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558Calcium deficiency and whole plant water relations in sugar maple (Acer saccharum Marsh.)
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Physiological SectionHuggett, Brett A.; Holbrook, Noel; Dietterich, Lee; Onstad, James.Calcium
Water relations
787Comparing the toxicity of CuO nanoparticles and soluble Cu affecting Spirodela polyrrhiza
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Physiological SectionShi, Jiyan; Silk, Wendy K.; Kennedy, Ian; Hristova, Krassimira R..Spirodela polyrrhiza
nanoparticles
Copper
growth
heavy metal phytotoxicity
251How some forest plants survive in shade by eating their mycorrhizal fungi
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Physiological SectionSelosse, Marc-Andre; Roy, Melanie; Martos, Florent.mycoheterotrophy
mixotrophy
orchids
Mycorrhizae
Photosynthesis
tropical forest
575In situ effects of electromagnetic fields (EMF) on PMC meiosis of some species of natural flora in the vicinity of high-voltage power transmission lines
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Physiological SectionZaidi, Sahar; Khatoon, Surayya.Electromagnetic field
PMC meiosis
High-voltage power transmission lines
Genotoxicity
Semi-natural ecosystem
Natural flora
meiotic abnormalities
93Optimization of micropropagation techniques for ex-situ conservation of the phylogenetically significant species Passiflora lancetillensis
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Physiological SectionTyack, Nicholas B.; Krosnick, Shawn E..micropropagation
Passiflora
conservation
tissue culture
120Photosynthesis and heat resistance in immature leaves of Weinmannia racemosa
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Physiological SectionChoinski, John S. Jr..chlorophyll fluorescence
Photosynthesis
trienoic fatty acids
Leaf development
498Studies an effect of different parameters of sowing on growth of selected Ornamentals
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Physiological SectionGohel, Nehal; Mankad, Archana.Candytuft and Phlox drummondii
227Thalassia testudinumís spectral reflectance and partial absorption responses to blue, red, and white colored light at diminishing light intensities compared with Zostern marina responses
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Physiological SectionThorhaug, Anitra; Berlyn, Graeme P..Thalassia testudinum
Zostera marina†
Spectral reflectance
partial absorption
red light
blue light
carotenoids
green edge
edge effects
xanthophylls
light dimunition
white light
225The effect of colored light at various light levels on Zostera marina
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Physiological SectionThorhaug, Anitra; Berlyn, Graeme.Zostera marina†
Spectral reflectance
partial absorbance
blue light
red light
green light
orange light
carotenoids
xanthophylls
green edge
165The salinity of xylem sap in mangrove trees
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Physiological SectionEwers, Frank W.; Paredes, C.; Lopez-Portillo, Jorge; Angeles, Guillermo.mangrove
Avicennia
Laguncularia
black mangrove
white mangrove
Scholander
375Tradeoffs between growth and reproduction in the dioecious shrub Ilex glabra
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Physiological SectionBuckley, N.E.; Avila-Sakar, G..Dioecious
herbivory
Tolerance
Resistance
compensation
defoliation
Ilex glabra
resource allocation
909Transgenic poplars with very low lignin in their cell walls produce tyloses and phenolic deposits in xylem vessels that impede water transport: a study by cryo-fluorescence microscopy
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Physiological SectionKitin, Peter; Voelker, Steven L.; Lachenbruch, Barbara; Beeckman, Hans; Meinzer, Frederick; Strauss, Steven H..cryo-light microscopy
lignin
transgenic poplar
water transport
xylem vessel

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