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Janel L. Ohletz and J. Brent Loy

and Dufault, 2001 ), often resulting in plant loss due to chilling injury (CI) ( Loy and Wells, 1983 ; Waterer, 1993 ). Although high-tunnel production of warm-season crops has increased in the northeastern United States, Vescera and Brown (2016

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Kurt Steinke, David R. Chalmers, Richard H. White, Charles H. Fontanier, James C. Thomas, and Benjamin G. Wherley

osmotic regulation resulting in higher turgor pressures. The present study was conducted to evaluate the recuperative potential of transplanted plugs of 24 commonly grown cultivars of three species of warm-season turfgrasses subjected to varying amounts of

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Mitchell E. Armour, Margaret Worthington, John R. Clark, Renee T. Threlfall, and Luke Howard

handling have also helped decrease crop loss. Blackberries have many similarities to raspberries, which can allow raspberry growers to easily transition into the blackberry market. Blackberry plantings typically do not need to be replanted as often as

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Miles Schwartz Sax, Nina Bassuk, and Mark Bridgen

: Quercus alba and Quercus rubra Annales des sciences forestières 50 340s 343s Sjöman, H. Hirons, A.D. Bassuk, N.L. 2018 Improving confidence in tree species selection for challenging urban sites: A role for leaf turgor loss Urban Ecosyst. 21 6 2214 2223

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were then cut back and allowed to grow for an additional month. Virus symptoms developed on both varieties and leaves were collected for analyses of virus titers using real-time PCR. Characterization and Inheritance Assessment of Fruit and Leaf Shape

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Giacomo Cocetta, Roberto Beghi, Ilaria Mignani, and Anna Spinardi

plotted to the corresponding amount of ethylene biosynthesis measured each day. Each point represents the data determined for one specific day of the shelf life period. Considering the change in ethylene production in relation to the daily I AD , it is