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Qianqian Sheng and Zunling Zhu

effects of NO 2 stress on the physiological response of C. betulus have not been reported ( Taylor and MacLean, 1970 ). Based on the aforementioned results, this study aimed to address the following hypotheses: 1) NO 2 treatment has a negative

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Bo Xiao and David Jespersen

.A. Fávero, A.P. Dias-Filho, M.B. Santos, P.M. 2017 Morphological and physiological responses and the recovery ability of Paspalum accessions to water deficit and waterlogging Grass Forage Sci. 72 840 850 Blom, C.W.P.M. Voesenek, L.A.C.J. 1996 Flooding: The

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Kai Jia, Cunyao Yan, Huizhuan Yan, and Jie Gao

rice cultivars differing in salt tolerance at seedling stage Saudi J. Biol. Sci. 23 4 1567 1574 Hannachi, S. Van Labeke, M.C. 2018 Salt stress affects germination, seedling growth and physiological responses differentially in eggplant cultivars

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Genhua Niu and Raul I. Cabrera

to salinity internally, expressed in changes in physiological and metabolic processes. To quantify the physiological responses to salinity, photosynthesis, leaf conductance, chlorophyll fluorescence, chlorophyll content, ion uptake, and accumulation

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Lie-Bao Han, Gui-Long Song, and Xunzhong Zhang

traffic stress. Little information is available regarding physiological responses to traffic stress in cool-season and warm-season turfgrass species. This study was conducted to determine the physiological responses of three turfgrass species to different

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Genhua Niu, Denise S. Rodriguez, and Wayne Mackay

differences were observed among the clones in their physiological responses to drought stress. Therefore, we concluded that ‘Hardy Pink’ may be more tolerant, followed by ‘Hardy Red’ in terms of productivity. However, EP2 and EP1 may be more tolerant to

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Nisa Leksungnoen, Paul G. Johnson, and Roger K. Kjelgren

morphological responses such as growth reduction, turfgrass quality rating, and root density ( Ervin and Koski, 1998 ; Qian and Fry, 1997 ; Sheffer et al., 1987 ). Less often but more recently, physiological responses such as water relations, g S

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Travis Culpepper, Joseph Young, David T. Montague, Dana Sullivan, and Benjamin Wherley

response to heat and soil water deficit conditions differ between C 3 and C 4 grasses, yet few studies have sought to evaluate comparative physiological responses to combined heat and soil water stress. The ability of turfgrasses to maintain quality and

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Mohamad Hossein Sheikh Mohamadi, Nematollah Etemadi, Ali Nikbakht, and Mohammad Pessarakli

was conducted to determine the physiological responses of wheatgrass and tall fescue species to different levels of TE and traffic stress. Materials and Methods Plant materials and growth conditions. This study was conducted during two growing seasons

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Chuanhao Chen, Shaoyun Lu, Youguang Chen, Zhongcheng Wang, Yuejing Niu, and Zhenfei Guo

examined cultivar variations in their overall turf performance in response to irrigation schedule and drought stress ( Baldwin et al., 2006 ; Jiang and Carrow, 2007 ; Lu et al., 2006 ), investigations of physiological responses of bermudagrass to drought