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Ying Yang, Xian-Ge Hu, Bingsong Zheng, Yue Li, Tongli Wang, Anket Sharma, Huwei Yuan, and Jian-Feng Mao

regulating metabolism ( Vienberg et al., 2017 ), tissue initiation and development ( Xie et al., 2015 ), signal transduction ( Fendler et al., 2011 ), cell cycle progression ( Zheng et al., 2012 ), immune response ( Chen et al., 2013 ), and response to

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Travis Wayne Shaddox and Joseph Bryan Unruh

requires the addition of other components such as sulfur or polymer to impart the slow-release characteristics. However, if turfgrass response to SRN increases proportional to the cost, then the additional cost of SRN sources may be justified. Confirmation

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Sonali R. Padhye and Arthur C. Cameron

Vernalization is defined as the promotion of flowering initiated by a cold treatment ( Chouard, 1960 ; Thomas and Vince-Prue, 1984 ; Vince-Prue, 1975 ). Vernalization is quantitative in nature, and the intensity of the response is a function of

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Hyunju Jo, Susan Rodiek, Eijiro Fujii, Yoshifumi Miyazaki, Bum-Jin Park, and Seoung-Won Ann

physiological responses to them ( Frumkin, 2001 ; Ulrich, 1983 ). Increasingly, empirical studies demonstrate that people tangibly benefit from contact with plants and other nature elements using different kinds of measures in different populations ( Kuroko and

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Jiwan P. Palta

18 COLLOQUIUM 1 (Abstr. 990-994) Recent Advances in Plant Responses to Stress: Bridging the Gap Between Science and Technology

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Stephanie Byard, Michael Wisniewski, Jianhua Li, and Dale Karlson

; Sakai and Weiser, 1973 ; Smithberg and Weiser, 1968 ; Thomashow, 1999 ). In response to varying seasonal temperatures within temperate climates, plants have evolved the ability to survive when exposed to subzero temperatures through a process known as

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Anke van der Ploeg, Ranathunga J.K.N. Kularathne, Susana M.P. Carvalho, and Ep Heuvelink

variation in temperature response for time to flowering has been well studied in cut chrysanthemum (e.g., Cockshull et al., 1981 ; De Jong, 1978 , 1984 ). This research has resulted in cultivars that were capable of flowering at lower temperatures

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Mack Thetford, Gary W. Knox, and Edwin R. Duke

water, and grasses such as gulf hairawn muhly or maiden grass need little or no supplemental irrigation once they are established ( Thetford et al., 2009 ). Kochsiek et al. (2006) investigated the ecophysiological responses of little bluestem to both

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Huangjun Lu, Alan L. Wright, and David Sui

documented ( Reinink and Dieleman, 1989 ; Reinink et al., 1989 ). Arend et al. (1999) reported development of an aphid-resistant butterhead lettuce ‘Dynamite’. Responses of lettuce to BCB or SL were generally assessed under the controlled laboratory or

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Ren-jun Feng, Li-li Zhang, Jing-yi Wang, Jin-mei Luo, Ming Peng, Jun-feng Qi, Yin-don Zhang, and Li-fang Lu

. Therefore, in this study we used a comparative proteomic approach in an attempt to examine the effects of the earliest stages of cold stress on banana at the protein level. We show that 28 proteins altered in response to cold stress in banana, including well