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David O. Okeyo, Jack D. Fry, Dale J. Bremer, Ambika Chandra, A. Dennis Genovesi and Milton C. Engelke

cultivars that have good density, fine leaf texture, and quality similar to the aforementioned Z. matrella genotypes but with freezing tolerance as good or better than ‘Meyer’. Earlier research on these experimental zoysiagrasses ( Okeyo et al., 2011 ) and

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Ken Obasa, Jack Fry and Megan Kennelly

cultivars with freezing tolerance equivalent to or better than ‘Meyer’ as well as having good density, fine leaf texture, and quality. In a recent study, Okeyo et al. (2011) determined that several zoysiagrass progeny associated with reciprocal crosses of

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David O. Okeyo, Jack D. Fry, Dale J. Bremer, Ambika Chandra, Dennis Genovesi and Milton C. Engelke

cultivar, has been the predominant cultivar used in the transition zone since its release in 1952 as a result of its good freezing tolerance and low pesticide and nitrogen requirements ( Fry and Huang, 2004 ). Since the release of ‘Meyer’, researchers at

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Stefano Macolino, Matteo Serena, Bernd Leinauer and Umberto Ziliotto

-soluble carbohydrates (WSC), or water soluble non-structural carbohydrates represent a subgroup of TNC. A positive correlation has been reported between TNC and freezing tolerance in turfgrasses ( Di Paola and Beard, 1992 ; Fry et al., 1993 ; Rogers et al., 1975

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few effects of fertilizer source. However, the cost of nitrogen ranged widely from $2.54–$8.16 per pound, depending on fertilizer source. Abscisic Acid Increases Grapevine Bud Freezing Tolerance Cold injury is a major production constraint for wine

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Wei Zheng, Xiao-Dan Xu and Long-Qing Chen

: average temperature of 29.8 °C; maximum temperature of 39.7 °C), and freezing tolerance in January (average temperature of 2.0 °C; minimum temperature of –5.3 °C). Performance was evaluated by the proportion of vigorous leaves and visual quality ratings

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Hrvoje Rukavina, Harrison Hughes and Randy Johnson

( Casler and Duncan, 2003 ). Humphreys and Eagles (1988) found a strong positive correlation between perennial ryegrass ( Lolium perenne L.) freezing tolerance and mean temperature of the coldest month at the ecotype origin. The amount of heterochromatin

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Young-Sik Park, Jae-Yun Heo and Sun-Bai Bang

Vitis amurensis is a member of the family Vitaceae and is found in China, Japan, and Korea ( Venuti et al., 2013 ). Several researchers have reported that it has high disease resistance and freezing tolerance ( Jiao et al., 2015 ; Liu and Li, 2013

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Maurizio Giolo, Stefano Macolino, Erica Barolo and Filippo Rimi

withstand lethal, cold temperatures is a complex phenomenon and includes mechanisms of freezing tolerance and avoidance, which are commonly enhanced by a gradual decrease of temperatures (acclimation) ( Hannah et al., 2006 ; Zhen and Ungerer, 2008

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Jennifer A. Kimball, Thomas G. Isleib, William C. Reynolds, Maria C. Zuleta and Susana R. Milla-Lewis

the United States. Studies have reported significant variability in winter survival and freezing tolerance among present-day cultivars ( Kimball et al., 2016a , 2016b; Milla-Lewis et al., 2013 ; Moseley et al., 2010 ; Reynolds et al., 2009 ). Cold