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This research was supported by the Florida Agricultural Experiment Station, and approved for publication as Journal Series No. R-09847.

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transcription factor ( SlNAC35 ) from tomato plays a positive role in biotic and abiotic stresses Physiol. Plant. 158 45 64 10.1111/ppl.12444 Wang, J.Y. Wang, J.P. Yuan, H. 2013 A Populus euphratica NAC protein regulating Na + /K + homeostasis improves salt

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or biotic stress. For example, delayed phenology (i.e., delayed flowering or maturity) may enhance plant growth under phosphorus stress by increasing time available for soil exploration, soil exploitation, and phosphorus use in the plant ( Lynch and

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. 2014 ; Yin et al. 2016 ) and polyamines ( Liu and Xu 2007 ), and modulating plant antioxidant defense systems ( Kim et al. 2017 ). The role of Si in the tolerance to abiotic and biotic stresses is still poorly understood for most fruit trees, as most

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and biotic stresses ( Abeles et al., 1992 ). Thus, altering ethylene signaling for a characteristic such as increased flower longevity may, in turn, result in secondary changes in abiotic stress responses or disease resistance. We discuss approaches

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crucial roles in regulating many biological processes in plants, such as growth, development, and responses to biotic and abiotic stresses ( Ligterink, 2000 ; Ligterink and Hirt, 2001 ; MAPK Group, 2002 ; Mizoguchi et al., 2000 ; Nakagami et al., 2005

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family. A number of zinc finger proteins have been found to be involved in abiotic and biotic stress responses ( Cui et al., 2002 ; Huang et al., 2005 ; Kim et al., 2001 ; Mukhopadhyay et al., 2004 ; Sakamoto et al., 2004 ). One interesting zinc

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reported to play roles in multiple aspects of plant life, such as developmental progress, and responses to abiotic and biotic stress. However, direct evidence is limited. Wang et al. (2017a) reported that overexpressing MhYTP1 or MhYTP2 in Malus

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addition, MDA and proline production have been used as biochemical markers to characterize plant responses to abiotic and biotic stresses ( Dar et al., 2016 ; Irulappan and Senthil-Kumar, 2018 ). Chlorophyll fluorescence parameters also are affected by

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abiotic stress, including cold and heat stress ( Francesco et al., 2013 ; Phukan et al., 2017 ), and especially hypoxia stress ( Giordano, 2005 ; Yang et al., 2018 ). In fruits and vegetables, ERF genes are key targets for investigating the

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