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Monica Ozores-Hampton

prolonged adverse conditions, leaf chlorophyll content declines significantly with whitening of the leaf blade known as “bleached leaf” ( Broschat and Elliott, 2005 ; Koenig and Kuhns, 2010 ; Walworth, 2013 ). Iron chlorosis during early growth stages

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Hiroaki Ito, Masaki Ochiai, Hiroaki Kato, Katsuhiro Shiratake, Daigo Takemoto, Shungo Otagaki, and Shogo Matsumoto

= photo-bleached leaf from secondary shoot. Fig. 5. Silencing of PDS gene in Rosa rugosa secondary shoot. ( A ) Photo-bleached secondary shoot developed from axillary bud of primary shoot obtained by infection of mulPDS-ALSV to R. rugosa seedling

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Y.L. Qian, J.M. Fu, S.J. Wilhelm, D. Christensen, and A.J. Koski

bleached leaf area. Root viability was quantified by measuring root dehydrogenase activity using triphenyltetrazolium chloride reduction technique ( Joslin and Henderson, 1984 ). About 0.2 g fresh roots were taken, washed, and placed into a test tube filled