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Ling Yu, Hongwei Chen, Peipei Hong, Hongli Wang and Kefeng Liu

. Jo, E.H. Jeong, B.R. 2013 Silicon promotes shoot proliferation and shoot growth of Salvia splendens under salt stress in vitro Horticulture, Environment, and Biotechnology 54 311 318 Sugiyama, M. 1999 Organogenesis in vitro Curr. Opin. Plant Biol

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James E. Altland and Charles Krause

% peatmoss resulting in higher foliar P and K than other substrates. Calcium, boron, iron, and silicon all tended to decrease with increasing N rate and increasing peat amendment rate, suggesting higher available concentrations of these nutrients in

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Xu-Wen Jiang, Cheng-Ran Zhang, Wei-Hua Wang, Guang-Hai Xu and Hai-Yan Zhang

) HortScience 50 119 122 Zhang, S.Q. Li, Y. 2011 Experimental technology course of plant physiology. Scientific Press, Beijing, China Zhang, X.H. Zhou, D. Cui, J.J. Ma, H.L. Lang, D.Y. Wu, X.L. Wang, Z.S. Qiu, H.Y. Li, M. 2015 Effect of silicon on seed

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Juan J. Polari, Louise Ferguson and Selina C. Wang

with a PTFE/silicon septum (Supelco, Bellefonte, PA). After 15 min at 50 °C, a solid-phase microextraction (SPME) fiber (DVB/CAR/PDMS, Sigma-Aldrich, St. Louis, MO) was exposed to the sample headspace for 45 min for volatile extraction. The volatile

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Hanan M. El-Hoseiny, Mohamed N. Helaly, Nabil I. Elsheery and Shamel M. Alam-Eldein

cc2009c0f8120323.pdf > Gaines, I. Yilmaz, A. 1983 Comparison of five humic acids Fuel 62 373 379 Gao, X. Zou, C. Wang, L. Zhang, F. 2006 Silicon decreases transpiration rate and conductance from stomata of maize plants J. Plant Nutr. 29 1637 1647

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José Luis Chaves-Gómez, Alba Marina Cotes-Prado, Sandra Gómez-Caro and Hermann Restrepo-Díaz

strawberry fruit PLoS One 13 9 e0203769 Ratnayake, R. Ganehenege, M. Ariyarathne, H. Daundasekera, W. 2018 Soil application of rice husk as a natural silicon source to enhance some chemical defense responses against foliar fungal pathogens and growth

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Rebecca G. Bichsel, Terri W. Starman and Yin-Tung Wang

substrate. After arrival, plants were potted singly in 10.2-cm (top diameter, 414 mL vol.) standard round green plastic pots on 4 Feb. 2005 in a root substrate consisting of 2 coarse sphagnum peat:1 perlite (no. 3):1 diatomite (no. 3; 90% silicon dioxide, 10

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Attila Hegedűs, Emőke Balogh, Rita Engel, Béla Zoltan Sipos, János Papp, Anna Blázovics and Éva Stefanovits-Bányai

, arsenic, boron, chromium, copper, iodine, iron, manganese, molybdenum, nickel, silicon, vanadium, and zinc National Academy Press Washington, DC Ecklund, P.C. Långvik, O.K. Wärnå, J.P. Salmi, T.O. Willför

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Diane Feliciano Cayanan, Youbin Zheng, Ping Zhang, Tom Graham, Mike Dixon, Calvin Chong and Jennifer Llewellyn

absorbed by the pink color is measured through a silicon photodiode and is converted into the free residual chlorine concentration. Samples and measurements. Phytotoxic response of plants was determined by observing visual injury and growth. Growth

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Vijaya Kumar Rapaka, James E. Faust, John M. Dole and Erik S. Runkle

a silicon patch stuck onto each polyethylene bag. Ten cuttings per treatment and replicate were used for the measurement. The concentration was analyzed using gas chromatography (Shimadzu GC-9A, Kyoto, Japan). After 4 d of dark storage, number of