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Two different strategies for light utilization in photosynthesis in relation to growth and cold acclimation
Seedlings of Lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta L.) and winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L. cv. Monopol) were cold acclimated under controlled conditions to induce frost hardiness. Lodgepole pineExpand
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Etiology and epidemiology of Pythium root rot in hydroponic crops: current knowledge and perspectives
The etiology and epidemiology of Pythium root rot in hydroponically-grown crops are reviewed with emphasis on knowledge and concepts considered important for managing the disease in commercialExpand
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The effects of phenotypic plasticity on photosynthetic performance in winter rye, winter wheat and Brassica napus.
The contributions of phenotypic plasticity to photosynthetic performance in winter (cv Musketeer, cv Norstar) and spring (cv SR4A, cv Katepwa) rye (Secale cereale) and wheat (Triticum aestivum)Expand
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Energy balance, organellar redox status, and acclimation to environmental stress
In plants and algal cells, changes in light intensity can induce intrachloroplastic and retrograde regulation of gene expression in response to changes in the plastoquinone redox status. We review ...
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Whole Plant CO(2) Exchange Measurements for Nondestructive Estimation of Growth.
A computer controlled semiclosed net CO(2) exchange measurement system, employing an infrared gas analyzer and mass flow controllers to inject pure CO(2) at preset rates, has been developed forExpand
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The Effect of Leaf Temperature and Photorespiratory Conditions on Export of Sugars during Steady-State Photosynthesis in Salvia splendens
Export and photosynthesis in leaves of Salvia splendens were measured concurrently during steady-state 14CO2 labeling conditions. Under ambient CO2 and O2 conditions, photosynthesis and export ratesExpand
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The Distribution of Two Major Iridoids in Different Organs of Antirrhinum majus L. at Selected Stages of Development
Two iridoid glucosides isolated from leaves of Antirrhinum majus L. were identified as the known compounds antirrhinoside and antirrhide. Plants grown hydroponically demonstrated that antirrhinosideExpand
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The Iridoid Glucoside, Antirrhinoside, from Antirrhinum majus L. has Differential Effects on Two Generalist Insect Herbivores
The iridoid glucoside, antirrhinoside, is constitutively distributed throughout Antirrhinum majus L. in a manner consistent with its possible role as an allelochemical, but there is no evidence thatExpand
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A Flavanone and Two Phenolic Acids from Chrysanthemum morifolium with Phytotoxic and Insect Growth Regulating Activity
Leaves of Chrysanthemum morifolium cv. Ramat were extracted sequentially with hexane, ethyl acetate, and methanol. The methanol fraction, when incorporated into artificial diet was found to reduceExpand
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Effect of Low Temperature Storage on Sugar Concentrations and Chip Color of Certain Processing Potato Cultivars and Selections
Two potato cultivars (Kennebec and Simcoe) and one selection (ND 860–2) were stored for 3 months at 4°, 9° and 11°C. ND 860–2 had the lowest sugar content at all storage temperatures, produced theExpand
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