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conveniently and comprehensively determined, in a more timely manner, by electrophysiological parameters than by the measurement of intracellular energy and charge state ( Anderson, 1980 ; Ramage, 2002 ). Iris pseudacorus and Iris japonica are both fast

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Iris , a genus of 300 species, is one of the most popular ornamental perennials in the Northern Hemisphere ( Austin and Waddick, 2005 ). However, a distinct drawback of this genus is that most species will be deciduous without any aesthetic quality

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the eastern China). According to the taxonomic system of Mathew (1981) , Iris japonica Thunb. belongs to the subgenus Limniris section Lophiris Tausch, also known as crested irises or evansia irises. I. japonica is native to southern China and

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that produced flowers in the first spring, while the ‘Goldilocks’ crocus had the lowest flower production in 2011. As these trials moved into subsequent years, three of the species, ‘Goldilocks’ crocus, snowdrop, and reticulated iris, experienced a

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metabolism. LaCl 3 may decrease thermotolerance by inhibiting the influx of extracellular Ca 2+ in plants ( Gong et al., 1997 ; Graziana et al., 1988 ). Iris germanica is an ornamental plant known for its attractive variations in color and shape. It has

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bulbs can persist in zoysiagrass ( Zoysia japonica Steud.) and bermudagrass ( Cynodon dactylon ) in transition zone environments, providing color and biodiversity to dormant turfgrass situations. However, both studies examined a small number of bulb

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) dwarf delphinium ( Delphinium grandiflorum ), (C) spiderwort ( Tradescantia ohiensis ), (D) asiatic dayflower ( Commelina communis ), (E) pansy ( Viola × wittrockiana ), (F) lisianthus ( Eustoma grandiflorum ), (G) dutch iris ( Iris × hollandica ), (H

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, including: barberries ( Berberis ), boxwood ( Buxus ), forsythia ( Forsythia ), irises ( Iris ), peonies ( Paeonia ), and roses ( Rosa ). However, many genera were completely new, being either endemic to eastern Asia ( Hosta and Hemerocallis ) or disjunct

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. cerasifera ×munsoniana ) ( Ziska et al., 1991 ) and loquat ( Eriobotrya japonica ) was unaffected under salt stress when grafted on Angers rootstock ( Cydonia oblonga ) ( López-Gómez et al., 2007 ). Here, we propose a novel approach using excised roots as a

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temperature ( Costa et al., 2012 ; Jackson et al., 1981 ; Jones et al., 2002 ). Euonymus japonica Thunb. (euonymus) is a popular shrub from Japan, which grows naturally in coastal zones where salt accumulates in soils and is widely used as an ornamental

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