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Ramon Dolcet-Sanjuan and Elisabet Claveria

Micropropagation of Pistacia vera `Mateur' was improved by adding MeJA to the multiplication and rooting media. Shoot-tip cultures established from grafted trees were maintained on a modified Murashige and Skoog medium containing 5 μm BA and 0.05 μm IBA. Adding 0.3, 1, or 3.2 μm MeJA improved shoot multiplication rates 2.5, 3.0, and 2.3, respectively. There was a significant interaction between the effects of auxin and temperature on the percentage of shoots forming roots. At 25C, the percentage of shoots forming roots was higher in the presence of NAA than IAA or IBA, whereas, at 28C, there was no difference among the auxins. Adding MeJA to the best auxin treatments-31.6 μm NAA at 25C and 31.6 μm IAA at 28C-increased the percentage of shoots forming roots and number of roots per shoot but decreased root length. More than 80% of the shoots rooted at 25C when 1 μM MeJA was added to the root induction medium, which contained 31.6 μm NAA, and the root elongation medium, without auxin. The large number of short roots induced by MeJA facilitated plantlet transfer to soil and acclimation. Chemical names used: methyl jasmonate (MeJA); N6-benzyladenine (BA), indole-3-butyric acid (IBA), α-naphthaleneacetic acid (NAA), indole3-acetic acid (IAA).

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Matthew W. Fidelibus, Kimberley A. Cathline, and Jacqueline K. Burns

abscission materials were dissolved or dispersed in water with adjuvant (Latron B-1956; Britz, Parlier, CA). Most solutions were prepared with 0.1% (v/v) adjuvant, except for those with methyl jasmonate (MeJA), which required 0.2% adjuvant to dissolve the

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Xinhua Zhang, Fujun Li, Nana Ji, Shujun Shao, Dongyang Wang, Ling Li, and Fansheng Cheng

gained considerable attention in recent years. Brownfield et al. (2008) reported that ARGAH2 was required for normal induction of At2g14610 following MeJA treatment in arabidopsis [ Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) Heynh.] tissues. At2g14610 is annotated as

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Raquel González-Herranz, Kimberley A. Cathline, Matthew W. Fidelibus, and Jacqueline K. Burns

jasmonate (MeJA) to grapes can reduce FDF to a similar extent as cane severance and thus might offer an alternative to cane severance ( Fidelibus et al., 2007a ). The purpose of this study was to verify the concentration of MeJA needed for consistent

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Satoru Kondo, Akihiro Tomiyama, and Hideharu Seto

1 To whom reprint requests should be addressed; e-mail: s-kondo@bio.hiroshima-pu.ac.jp . We thank Nippon Zeon Co., Ltd., Tokyo, for providing JA, MeJA, and PDJ. The cost of publishing this paper was defrayed in part by the payment of page charges

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Anish Malladi, Tripti Vashisth, and Lisa Klima Johnson

mg·L −1 was reported to have resulted in ≈33% fruit abscission by 7 d after treatment in ‘Tifblue’ ( Ban et al., 2007 ). Jasmonates are a group of compounds that include MeJa and its precursor, jasmonic acid, and are derived from the oxylipin pathway

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Satoru Kondo, Futoshi Yazama, Kasinee Sungcome, Sirichai Kanlayanarat, and Hideharu Seto

1 To whom reprint requests should be addressed; e-mail s-kondo@bio.hiroshimapu.ac.jp . We thank Nippon Zeon Co., Ltd., Tokyo, for providing JA and MeJA.

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Hyoung Seok Kim and John A. Juvik

only two broccoli genotypes ( Robbins et al., 2005 ). We have investigated changes in Se and GS concentrations in five different broccoli cultivars after Se fertilization, MeJA treatments, or a combination of these treatments. Methyl jasmonate, a

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Kang Mo Ku and John A. Juvik

activity by MeJA-mediated increases in flavonoids or phenolics in sweet basil, buckwheat, and blackberry, respectively ( Kim et al., 2006b ; Lee et al., 2013 ; Wang et al., 2008 ). The objective of this research was to investigate how MeJA applications

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Bao-Cheng Ma, Wan-Li Tang, Li-Yan Ma, Ling-Ling Li, Lu-Bin Zhang, Shi-Jiang Zhu, Chuxiong Zhuang, and Donald Irving

jasmonic acid (JA) and methyl jasmonate (MeJA). The two latter compounds mediate a different pathway from the SA-dependent one ( Glazebrook et al., 2003 ). These pathways do not function independently, but rather, influence each other through a complex