Abdolhossein Rezaei Nejad

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In this study, the role of abscisic acid (ABA) in altered stomatal responses of Tradescantia virginiana leaves grown at high relative air humidity (RH) was investigated. A lower ABA concentration was found in leaves grown at high RH compared with leaves grown at moderate RH. As a result of a daily application of 20 microM ABA to leaves for 3 weeks during(More)
The effect of salinity on some morpho-physiological characteristics in lisianthus cultivars was investigated. Cultivars namely, Blue Picotee (C1), Champagne (C2), Lime Green (C3), and Pure White (C4), were subjected to salt stress (0–60 mM NaCl) in a sand culture and their responses were measured. Our results showed that as a salinity level increased,(More)
We examined whether exposure to vibration during transport affects the quality of cut roses. Using a laboratory vibration simulator, in-transit vibration of 7.5 or 10 Hz was applied to two cut rose cultivars (‘Polar Star’ and ‘Revival’) at three positions within a compartmented storage bin (top, middle, and bottom) for 10 or 15 min. Post-harvest(More)
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