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Qin Shi, Yunlong Yin, Zhiquan Wang, Wencai Fan and Jianfeng Hua

compartments ( Chaves et al., 2003 ; Liu et al., 2011 ). As a matter of fact, tolerance of drought is defined as a comprehensive capacity integrating both drought and recovery ( Chen et al., 2015 ). Despite the universal understanding of plant responses to

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Qiang Liu and Yiwei Jiang

limpograss ( Hemarthria altissima ) was found earlier than full recovery of photosynthesis ( Luo et al., 2011 ). In perennial ryegrass ( Lolium perenne ), recovery of HT and growth rate varied with plant growth habits (fast vs. slow growth), but the

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Michael J. Mahovic, Keith R. Schneider, Kim Cordasco and Jeffrey K. Brecht

( Burnett and Beuchat, 2001 ). After manual agitation, the fruit were removed from the bag and discarded, saving the liquid contents and any liberated, suspended cells. Recovery treatment alternated individually between the “with” and the “without” C 2 H 4

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Seong-Hyun Park and Richard H. Mattson

recovery ( Cohen and Williamson, 1991 ; Johnston and Wallace, 1990 ; Mathews and Ridgeway, 1981 ). Some of the postoperative problems related to stress can be mediated through intakes of anesthetics and analgesics; however, these drugs have side effects

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Manuel Chavarria, Benjamin Wherley, James Thomas, Ambika Chandra and Paul Raymer

species in tropical and subtropical regions ( Uddin and Juraimi, 2013 ). However, there have been limited published studies focused on evaluating comparative salinity tolerance and recovery attributes among many of the currently used cultivars of these

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Michael W. Smith and Charles T. Rohla

levers, increasing the likelihood of breakage. Following damaging weather events, producers seek information concerning effective cleanup procedures, subsequent management, recovery duration, and economic impact. State and Federal agencies and insurance

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C. Siobhan Dunets and Youbin Zheng

fertilizer. Recovery is currently a major research interest as P is a valuable nonrenewable resource ( Valsami-Jones, 2001 ). As greenhouse wastewater contains high concentrations of all plant nutrients, recovered precipitate could be a source of other

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Jonathan H. Crane, Bruce Schaffer and Richard J. Campbell

101 WORKSHOP 13 (Abstr. 669–674) Long-term Recovery Dynamics of Perennial Species Following Tropical Cyclone Damage

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Patrick A. Jones, James T. Brosnan, Gregory K. Breeden, José J. Vargas, Brandon J. Horvath and John C. Sorochan

divot resistance and divot recovery ( Karcher et al., 2005 ; Trappe et al., 2011 ). Divot resistance is the ability of a turfgrass to resist divoting during impacts capable of displacing turf and soil (i.e., a golf club striking a ball), whereas divot

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Michael W. Smith, Bruce W. Wood and William R. Raun

et al., 2001 ). These are only a few of the regional differences that potentially influence efficient N management. This study determines N recovery from a single early spring N application and from two applications split between early spring and