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Shih-Han Hung, Chia-Ching Wu, Yu-Chen Yeh, Ang Yeh, Chun-Yen Chang, and Hsing-Fen Tang

’s physical responses to be an effective measurement for examining on-site experiences in agritourism farms and nature in general. Whereas the instrument used in this study requires measurements be taken in a static condition, other wearable devices that

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Amy L. McFarland

relationship between the physical environment and mood, researchers have concluded that human responses to vegetation are aesthetic, affective, and cognitive ( Sheets and Manzer, 1991 ). These findings indicate that nature, even in modest quantities, can have a

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Vanessa S. Gordon and Jack E. Staub

conferring tolerance to abiotic stressors such as chilling temperatures are an important agricultural goal of many plant improvement programs. Chilling response can have a direct effect on yield, particularly in crops grown outside their recommended climatic

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Amy L. McFarland, Danielle E. Hammond, Jayne M. Zajicek, and Tina M. Waliczek

-deficit disorder” ( Louv, 2008 ). According to Louv, this term “describes the human costs of alienation from nature, among them: diminished use of the senses, attention difficulties, and higher rates of physical and emotional illnesses” and can be detected at

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Neil O. Anderson and Natalie J. Walker

). Results and Discussion An astounding 99% response (120/121) of students overall test years chose to offer the Moon™ series carnation ( Table 2 ). However, only in 1 year (2005) did any student indicate they will not carry GMOs which meant that only in this

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David M. Glenn

; Saour and Makee, 2004 ). However, not all studies are unanimous in the positive response to PFs. Some studies document no/minimal effect on carbon assimilation (A) at the leaf level in apple ( Gindaba and Wand, 2005 , 2007a , 2007b ), pecan ( Carya

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Soohyun Kang, Yating Zhang, Yuqi Zhang, Jie Zou, Qichang Yang, and Tao Li

of UV-B (280–315 nm) on plant growth ( Huché-Thélier et al., 2016 ; Liu et al., 2011 ; Wargent et al., 2009 ). In nature, plants grow under sunlight where UV-A (315–400 nm) photons are present 10 to 100 times more than UV-B ( Moan, 2002 ). Compared

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Peter M.A. Toivonen

Calderon-Lopez et al. (2005) who suggested that many quality parameters such as soluble solids and titratable acidity may not be closely linked with ethylene action and hence these measures would not be expected to show consistent response to 1-MCP

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Margaret M. Saska, Yulia A. Kuzovkina, and Robert M. Ricard

willow,” making it difficult to interpret the responses, as several species/varieties exhibit the “pussy willow” effect. The same imprecise identification referred to “curly willow” identified by 21 growers without referring to a specific species or

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Gerald M. Henry, James T. Brosnan, Greg K. Breeden, Tyler Cooper, Leslie L. Beck, and Chase M. Straw

. Table 1. Fall perennial ryegrass overseeding cover in response to spring herbicide treatments applied at Reese Golf Course and Lake Ridge Country Club in Lubbock, TX, in 2011. Treatment means are combined from four replication experiments conducted at