Australian New Crops Info 2016
Supported by the Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation

Listing of Interesting Plants of the World:

Zamia floridana



This species is usually known as:

Zamia floridana, Zamia floridana var. umbrosa


This species has also been known as:

Zamia floridana var. purshiana, Zamia floridana f. silvicola


No common names have been found



Trends (five databases) 1901-2013:
[Number of papers mentioning Zamia floridana: 246]



Popularity of Zamia floridana over time
[Left-hand Plot: Plot of numbers of papers mentioning Zamia floridana (histogram and left hand axis scale of left-hand plot) and line of best fit, 1901 to 2013 (equation and % variation accounted for in box); Right-hand Plot: Plot of a proportional micro index, derived from numbers of papers mentioning Zamia floridana as a proportion (scaled by multiplying by one million) of the approximate total number of papers available in databases for that year (frequency polygon and left-hand axis scale of right-hand plot) and line of best fit, 1901 to 2013 (equation and % variation accounted for in box)] 

[For larger charts showing the numbers of papers that have mentioned this species over years, select this link; there are links to come back from there]



[Total number of keywords included in the papers that mentioned this species: 165]


Zamia (5), Zamia floridana (5), Cycadales (4), eumaeus atala florida (4), ultrastructure (4), cycads (3), Cycasin (3), Florida (3), plant anatomy (3), plant biochemistry (3), plant physiology (3), chloroplast (2), Cyanobacterium (2), cycad (2), Cycadaceae (2), Cycas revoluta (2), dogs (2), exine (2), Jurassic (2), plant morphology (2), poisoning (2), 3-Hydroxy-2-butanone (1), Acute liver failure (1), Adaptation to monofluoracetate (1), ammonia (1), angiosperm (1), angiosperms (1), Antarctica (1), Antarcticycas (1), aposematic scales. (1), application rate (1), Asclepias species (1), Bacillus thuringiensis (1), biological control (1), branching (1), butterfly (1), Canavanine (1), Cardenolides (1), Caryedes brasiliensis (1), catechol oxidase (1), caudex (1), Ceratozamia (1), chemotaxonomy (1), Chromoplasts (1), climatic influences (1), crop improvement (1), crop production (1), culture procedures (1), Cyanogenic glycosides (1), Cycas circinalis (1), Danaus plexippus (1), Dioclea megacarpa (1), disease diagnosis (1), Diversity (1), dog diseases (1), egg protection (1), embryo culture (1), Embryophyte evolution (1), endangered species (1), evolution. (1), Feeding deterrents (1), fertilization (1), fertilizer requirements (1), Flavonol glycosides (1), Fremouw Formation (1), Georgia (1), Green algal evolution (1), growth regulators (1), Hepatic toxicosis (1), histopathology (1), homoplasy (1), ingestion toxicity (1), insect control (1), integrated pest management (1), larvae (1), leaves (1), Lepidoptera (1), light intensity (1), literature reviews (1), Lycaenidae (1), mechanism of action (1), methylazoxymethanol (1), mitochondrial gene (1), molecular evolutionary rate (1), monosaccharides of the mucilages. (1), Nostoc (1), NPK fertilizers (1), nucellar cloning (1), Nuclear-encoded rRNA sequences (1), nursery crops (1), Origin of land plants (1), ovule culture (1), PCR fingerprinting (1), phenolase (1), Phylogenetic analysis (1), phylogeny (1), plant micronutrients (1), plastids (1), plastoglobules (1), poisonous plants (1), pollination (1), Polymorphism in herbivores (1), Polymorphism in plants (1), polyphenol oxidase (1), potted foliage plants (1), Pyrrolizidine alkaloids (1), regeneration (1), root distribution (1), roots (1), rosids (1), Sago palm (1), seed colour (1), seedling growth (1), sequestration. (1), Serenoa repens (1), shade (1), Short tandemly repeated repetitive sequence (1), signs and symptoms (animals and humans) (1), somatic embryogenesis (1), stems (1), symbiosis (1), therapeutics (1), toxicity (1), toxin (1), Triassic (1), Zamia pumila (1)


[If all keywords are not here (as indicated by .....), they can be accessed from this link; there are links to come back from there]



Most likely scope for crop use/product (%):
[Please note: When there are only a few papers mentioning a species, care should be taken with the interpretation of these crop use/product results; as well, a mention may relate to the use of a species, or the context in which it grows, rather than a product]


fruit (57.11), plant grafting (12.84), medicinal (4.64), cut flower (4.35), turf (3.98), poison (2.32), timber (2.07), weed (0.96), hemiparasite (0.96), breeding (0.95)…..


[To see the full list of crop use/product outcomes, from searching abstracts of the papers that have mentioned this species, select this link; details of the analysis process have also been included; there are links to come back from there]



Recent mentions of this species in the literature:
[since 2012, with links to abstracts; The references from 1901-2013 which have been used for the trend, keyword and crop use/product analyses below, are listed below these references]


Spencer PS, Palmer VS and Kisby GE (2016) Seeking environmental causes of neurodegenerative disease and envisioning primary prevention. NeuroToxicology 56, 269-283.

Carlquist S (2015) Living cells in wood. 1. Absence, scarcity and histology of axial parenchyma as keys to function. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 177, 291-321.

Hoang TC and Rand GM (2015) Acute toxicity and risk assessment of permethrin, naled, and dichlorvos to larval butterflies via ingestion of contaminated foliage. Chemosphere 120, 714-721.

Bennett BC and Balick MJ (2014) Does the name really matter? The importance of botanical nomenclature and plant taxonomy in biomedical research. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 152, 387-392.

Kisby GE, Moore H and Spencer PS (2013) Animal models of brain maldevelopment induced by cycad plant genotoxins. Birth Defects Research Part C: Embryo Today: Reviews 99, 247-255.

Zavialova N and van Konijnenburg-van Cittert JHA (2012) Exine ultrastructure of in situ pollen from the cycadalean cone Androstrobus prisma Thomas et Harris 1960 from the Jurassic of England. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 173, 15-22.



References 1901-2013 (and links to abstracts):
[Number of papers mentioning Zamia floridana: 246; Any undated papers have been included at the end]


Zavialova N and van Konijnenburg-van Cittert JHA (2012) Exine ultrastructure of in situ pollen from the cycadalean cone Androstrobus prisma Thomas et Harris 1960 from the Jurassic of England. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 173, 15-22.

Englund M, Carlsbecker A, Engström P and Vergara-Silva F (2011) Morphological “primary homology” and expression of AG -subfamily MADS-box genes in pines, podocarps, and yews. Evolution & Development 13, 171-81.

Ferguson D, Crowe M, McLaughlin L and Gaschen F (2011) Survival and Prognostic Indicators for Cycad Intoxication in Dogs. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine 25, 831-7.

Calonje C, Husby C and Calonje M (2010) Germination and Early Seedling Growth of Rare Zamia spp. in Organic and Inorganic Substrates: Advancing Ex Situ Conservation Horticulture. HortScience 45, 679-83.

Qiu Y-L, Li L, Wang B, Xue J-Y, Hendry TA, Li R-Q, Brown JW, Liu Y, Hudson GT and Chen Z-D (2010) Angiosperm phylogeny inferred from sequences of four mitochondrial genes. Journal of Systematics and Evolution 48, 391-425.

Hermsen EJ, Taylor EL and Taylor TN (2009) Morphology and ecology of the Antarcticycas plant. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 153, 108-23.

Scheiber SM, Gilman EF, Sandrock DR, Paz M, Wiese C and Brennan MM (2008) Postestablishment Landscape Performance of Florida Native and Exotic Shrubs Under Irrigated and Nonirrigated Conditions. HortTechnology 18, 59-67.

Youssef H (2008) Cycad toxicosis in dogs. Veterinary medicine. 103, 242, 4.

Schwendemann AB, Wang G, Mertz ML, McWilliams RT, Thatcher SL and Osborn JM (2007) Aerodynamics of saccate pollen and its implications for wind pollination. Am. J. Botany 94, 1371-81.

Dehgan B and Perez HE (2005) Preliminary study shows germination of Caribbean applecactus (Harrisia fragrans) improved with acid scarification and gibberellic acid. NPJ 6, 91-6.

Dehgan B, Almira FC, Dudeck AE and Schutzman B (2004) Effects of varying shade and fertilizer on the growth of Zamia floridana A. DC. Botanical review. 70, 79-85.

Zheng W, Song T, Bao X, Bergman B and Rasmussen U (2002) High cyanobacterial diversity in coralloid roots of cycads revealed by PCR fingerprinting. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 40, 215-22.

E.Arthur B (2001) Ecological biochemistry and its development. Phytochemistry 56, 223-7.

Abbott JA and Buta JG (2000) 099 Browning Inhibition of Fresh-cut ‘Anjou’ and ‘Bartlett’ Pears. HortScience 35, 405-e-.

Alshammary S, Qian YL and Wallner SJ (2000) 141 Salinity Tolerance of Four Turfgrasses. HortScience 35, 414-.

Anderson N and Byrne DH (2000) 074 The Effects of Leaching and Stratification Media on Rosa spp. HortScience 35, 401-b-.

Arora R and Lim C-C (2000) 147 A 27-kDa Rhododendron Deacclimation Protein is Related to ABA Stress Ripening/Water Deficit Stress Inducible Family of Proteins. HortScience 35, 415-.

Bai J-H, Saftner RA and Lee YS (2000) 104 A Dip in Chlorine Water Supplemented with Calcium Propionate Extends the Shelf life of Fresh-cut Honeydew. HortScience 35, 406-c-.

Baldwin EA and Woods BW (2000) 106 Cellulose Coatings Reduce Rancidity of Pecans. HortScience 35, 407-a-.

Balok CA and St. Hilaire R (2000) 145 Water Deficit Stress Responses of Seven Tree Species Used in Urban Landscapes. HortScience 35, 414-d-.

Beaulieu JC, Miller JA, Ingram DA and Bett KL (2000) 101 Postharvest and Flavor Quality of Fresh-cut ‘Gala’ Apples after Harvest and CA Storage. HortScience 35, 406-.

Bennett MA, Francis DM and Grassbaugh EM (2000) 122 Processing Tomato Fruit Firmness, Color Uniformity, and Peeling Response to Ethephon Sprays. HortScience 35, 410-a-.

Berghage RD, Holcomb EJ and Michael AH (2000) 153 Garden Performance of New Guinea Impatiens in Sun and Shade. HortScience 35, 416-a-.

Brecht JK, Cordasco K and Sherman WB (2000) 175 Comparison of Suitability of Nonmelting and Melting Flesh Peach Cultivars for Fresh-cut. HortScience 35, 420-c-1.

Bush EW, McCrimmon JN and Owings AD (2000) 144 The Effect of Water Stress on Growth of Several Warm-season Turfgrass Species. HortScience 35, 414-c-.

Byers RE, Carbaugh DH and Combs LD (2000) 116 Preharvest Fruit Drop Studies, Harvest Quality, and Cold Storage of ‘Golden Delicious’ and ‘Rome’ Apples. HortScience 35, 409-.

Byers RE, Carbaugh DH and Combs LD (2000) 162 The Influence of Root Restriction on Flowering, Fruiting, Tree Growth, Yields, and Fruit Quality of Apple Trees. HortScience 35, 418-.

Byers RE, Carbaugh DH and Combs LD (2000) 163 The Influence of Apogee and Its Combination with Ethephon, Chemical Thinners, Cations, and/or Adjuvants for Apple Tree Growth Control and Return Bloom. HortScience 35, 418-a-.

Byers RE, Carbaugh DH and Combs LD (2000) 164 Combinations of Chemical Thinners for Bloom and Post-bloom Apple Thinning. HortScience 35, 418-b-.

Byers RE, Carbaugh DH and Combs LD (2000) 165 Ethephon, Foliar Nutrient, and Gibberellin Sprays on Subsequent Season(s) Return Bloom and Fruit Set. HortScience 35, 418-c-.

Byrne DH, Anderson N, Sinclair J and Burrell AM (2000) 075 Effects of Temperature during Germination on the Germination and Survival of Embryo Cultured Peach Seed. HortScience 35, 401-c-.

Carvajel-Millan E, Gardea AA, Guerrero-P V, Goycoolea F and Rivera C (2000) 172 Calorimetric Evaluation of Apple Seed Dormancy. HortScience 35, 420-.

Chen F-C, Wu W-L, Pan C-H, Chu IY-Y and Yang Y-W (2000) 070 Genetic Identification of Oncidium Varieties by RAPD Markers. HortScience 35, 400-d-.

Chen J, Caldwell RD and Robinson CA (2000) 154 Suppressing Purple Passion (Gynura aurantiaca) Flowering Using Selected Plant Growth Regulators. HortScience 35, 416-b-.

Chen J, Henny RJ, Osborne LS, Caldwell RD and Robinson CA (2000) 004 Thrips (Hercinothrips femoralis) and Two-spotted Spider Mite (Tetranychus urticae) Resistance of Anthurium Cultivars under Interior Conditions. HortScience 35, 388-b-.

Cheng L, Fuchigami LH and Breen PJ (2000) 159 The Relationship between Actual Photosystem II Efficiency and Quantum Yield for CO2 Assimilation is Not Affected by Nitrogen Content in Apple Leaves. HortScience 35, 417-b-.

Cho KH, Kwack BH, Huh MR and Lee CW (2000) 152 Environmental Factors Affect the Growth and Transpiration Rate of Potted Oriental Cymbidium (Cymbidium goeringii). HortScience 35, 416-.

Chung JD, Lee BJ, Lee HS and Kim CK (2000) 055 Transformation of Chinese Cabbage Glutathione Reductase (GR) Gene into Lettuce (Lactuca sativa L.) with Microparticle Bombardment. HortScience 35, 397-e-8.

Chung JD, Park YK, Jee SO, Kim HY and Cho MS (2000) 149 Effects of Plant Growth Retardants on the Growth of Aerides japonicum Cultured in Vitro. HortScience 35, 415-b-.

Ciardi JA, Tieman DM, Lund ST, Jones JB, Stall RE and Klee HJ (2000) Response to Xanthomonas campestris pv. vesicatoria in Tomato Involves Regulation of Ethylene Receptor Gene Expression. Plant Physiology 123, 81-92.

Colova-Tsolova V, Gollop R, Farchie S, Even S, Shahar N and Perl A (2000) 032 Co-transformation with Two Vectors and Regeneration of Transgenic Plants on the Base of High-efficient Agrobacterium-mediated Gene Transfer in Grape Embryogenic Cell Suspension. HortScience 35, 393-c-.

Conner PJ and Wood BW (2000) 090 Identification and Genetic Relatedness among Pecan Cultivars Detected by Randomly Amplified Polymorphic DNA (RAPD) Analysis. HortScience 35, 404-a-.

Corelli-Grappadelli L, Ravaglia G and Magnanini E (2000) 160 Light Conversion Efficiency in Peach Training Systems. HortScience 35, 417-c-.

Cousins P and Walker MA (2000) 034 Resistance to Root-knot Nematode in Vitis champinii. HortScience 35, 394-.

Cramer CS, Mendoza JL and Corgan JN (2000) 057 Hybrid Performance of Male-sterile and Pollinator Inbred Onion Lines. HortScience 35, 398-a-.

Cross M, Bearce B and Arora R (2000) 095 Vase Life of Cut Roses Grown in Coal Bottom Ash-amended Media: A Correlation with Tissue Calcium. HortScience 35, 405-a-.

Dai W, Cheng Z-M and Sargent W (2000) 042 Efficient Transformation of Elite Aspen Hybrids. HortScience 35, 395-c-.

Davis MK and Kuehny JS (2000) 151 The Effect of Supro-optimal Temperature on Photosynthesis, Carbohydrate Allocation, Flowering, and Growth of Coreopsis grandiflora ‘Sunray’ AND Gaillardia x grandiflora ‘Goblin’. HortScience 35, 415-d-6.

de L. Lugo M, Ortiz CE and Rosa-Marquez E (2000) 028 Amaranthus dubius Interference in Sweetpotato. HortScience 35, 392-e-3.

DeEll JR, Rupasinghe HPV and Murr DP (2000) 118 1-MCP Controls Superficial Scald and Delays Softening in ‘Cortland’ Apples. HortScience 35, 409-b-.

Deyton DE, Sams CE and Windham MT (2000) 012 Management of Powdery Mildew on Flowering Dogwood with Soybean Oil. HortScience 35, 390-.

Diaz JG and Manzano-Mendez JE (2000) 109 Evaluation of Postharvest Quality Parameters in Lulo (Naranjilla) Stored at Different Temperatures. HortScience 35, 407-d-.

Diaz-Perez JC, Bertrand D and Giddings D (2000) 027 Tomato Plant Size and Fruit Yield as Affected by the Date of Symptom Appearance of Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus. HortScience 35, 392-d-.

Ding P and Gu S (2000) 010 Exotherm Characteristics and Cold Hardiness Mechanisms within the Buds of Some Deciduous Fruit Trees. HortScience 35, 389-c-.

Dong S, Cheng L, Ding P, Bi G and Fuchigami LH (2000) 167 Nutrient Uptake and Growth Performance of OH87 and OH97 Pear Rootstocks. HortScience 35, 419-.

Dou H, Ismail MA and Petracek PD (2000) 111 Effect of Harvesting Methods, Waxes, Storage Temperature, and Fruit Size on Stem End Rind Breakdown (SERB) of Valencia Oranges. HortScience 35, 408-.

Duan Y, Ju Z, Ju L and Guo A (2000) 011 Emulsions of Edible Plant Oils Reduce Fruit Decay in ‘Delicious’ Apples and ‘Ya Li’ Pears. HortScience 35, 389-d-.

Duan Y, Ju Z and Ju Z (2000) 112 Effects of Edible Plant Oil Emulsions on Storage Disorders in ‘Elegant Lady’ Peaches. HortScience 35, 408-a-.

Fan X, Buchanan D, Argenta L and Mattheis J (2000) 113 Ethylene Mediates Responses of ‘Gala’ Apple Fruit to Ionizing Irradiation. HortScience 35, 408-b-.

Farias-Larios J, Lopez-Aguirre JG, Miranda JL and Bayardo-Vizcaino LA (2000) 018 Use of Commercial Rhizobacteria for Root-knot Nematodes (Meloydogyne arenaria and M. incognita) Management in Acerola Plants. HortScience 35, 391-.

Farias-Larios J, Orozco-Santos M and Ramirez-Vazquez NR (2000) 030 Use of Beauveria bassiana for Silverleaf Whitefly (Bemisia argentifolii Bellows & Perring) Management in Muskmelon. HortScience 35, 393-a-.

Fery RL and Thies JA (2000) 062 Development of Southernpea [Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp.] Cultivars with an Enhanced Persistent Green Seed Phenotype. HortScience 35, 399-a-.

Fidanza M, Colbaugh P, Couch H, Elliott M and Davis S (2000) 013 Investigations of Curative and Peventive Control Strategies for Fairy Ring Disease in Turfgrass. HortScience 35, 390-a-.

Findley G, Woods FM, Conner DE, Mosjidis C, Weese SJ, Sundermann CA and Wei CI (2000) 121 Postharvest Rripening of Tomato Following Low-dose Gamma-irradiation and Water-based Chemical Treatment. HortScience 35, 410-.

Foster CM and Graves WR (2000) 041 Dehydrins as Drought-stress Mechanisms in Leaves of Red Maple and Seaside Alder. HortScience 35, 395-b-.

Garriz PI, Colavita GM and Alvarez HL (2000) 166 Influence of Crop Level on Growth and Quality of ‘Braeburn’ Apple Fruit. HortScience 35, 418-d-9.

Gast KLB (2000) 096 Disease Incidence in Fresh-cut Peony Flowers after Long-term Cold Storage. HortScience 35, 405-b-.

Gaul SB and Evans MR (2000) 005 Coir Inhibition of Soil-borne Fungal Pathogens was Not Due to Physical Properties or Biological Agents. HortScience 35, 388-c-.

Gillen AM and Bliss FA (2000) 085 Development of a Cleaved Amplified pPolymorphic Sequence (CAP) and Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphisms (RFLPs) Linked to the Mi Root-knot Nematode (Meloidogyne incognita, race 1) Resistance Gene in Peach [Prunus persica (L.) Batsch]. HortScience 35, 403-b-.

Gilmore B and Myers JR (2000) 061 Examining the Phaseolus coccineus Collection for White Mold Resistance. HortScience 35, 399-.

Goldman IL (2000) 047 Response to Selection for Anthocyanin Pigment Concentration in Wisconsin Fast Plant Populations by University of Wisconsin Students. HortScience 35, 396-c-.

Gong Y, Toivonen PMA, Lau OL and Wiersma PA (2000) 130 Response of Anaerobic Metabolism to Delaying Controlled Atmosphere Storage in Braeburn Apples. HortScience 35, 411-d-.

Gonzalez-Aguilar GA, Buta JG and Wang CY (2000) 108 Maintaining Postharvest Quality of Mango Fruit with Methyl Jasmonate. HortScience 35, 407-c-.

Graves WR and Gardner SJ (2000) 143 Gas Exchange, Water Relations, and Growth of Seaside Alder Exposed to Drought and Flooding. HortScience 35, 414-b-.

Grossi JAS, Pemberton HB and Roberson WE (2000) 093 Miniature Rose Flower Longevity in Response to Ethylene Is Not Affected by Seasonal Growing Conditions. HortScience 35, 404-d-.

Gutierrez-Estrada A, Zavaleta-Mejla E and Mora-Aguilera G (2000) 001 Viruses Associated to Alstroemeria Varieties and Epidemiology of Tomato Spotted Wilt in cv. ‘Rosario’. HortScience 35, 387-8.

Gutierrez-Estrada A, Zavaleta-Mejla E and Mora-Aguilera G (2000) 003 Viruses Associated to Alstroemeria Varieties and Epidemiology of Tomato Spotted Wilt in the Cultivar Rosario. HortScience 35, 388-a-.

Han SS (2000) 097 Growth Regulator Application Improves Postharvest Quality of Cut Lilies. HortScience 35, 405-c-.

Handley DT, Wheeler A and Dill JF (2000) 020 A Survey of Strawberry Inflorescence Injury Caused by Strawberry Bud Weevil, Anthonomus signatus. HortScience 35, 391-b-.

Harbaugh BK and McGovern RJ (2000) 006 Susceptibility of Forty-six Cultivars of Lisianthus to Fusarium Crown and Stem Rot. HortScience 35, 388-d-.

Hernandez-Carrion T, Ortiz CE, Montalvo-Zapata R, Mercado-Olivieri MI and Rivera LE (2000) 064 Sugars in Tropical-type Sweetpotato. HortScience 35, 399-c-.

Hodges DM, Wismer WV and Forney CF (2000) 126 Antioxidant Responses in Detached Leaves of Two Cultivars of Spinach (Spinacia oleracea L.) Differing in Their Senescence Rates. HortScience 35, 411-.

Hokanson SC, Grant KG, Ogden EL and Rowland LJ (2000) 035 Effectiveness of RAPD Markers at Distinguishing Somaclonal Variants of Strawberry Derived from Meristem Tip Culture. HortScience 35, 394-a-.

Hong JH, Mills DJ, Coffman CB, Anderson JD, Camp MJ and Gross KC (2000) 103 Tomato Cultivation using Black Polyethylene or Hairy Vetch Mulches and Various Foliar Disease Management Systems: Effect on Subsequent Quality of Fresh-cut Slices. HortScience 35, 406-b-.

Huang B and Xu Q (2000) 142 Root Mortality and Nutrient Uptake of Creeping Bentgrass in Response to Differential Root and Shoot Temperatures. HortScience 35, 414-a-.

Hummer KE (2000) 039 Hardy Actinidia Genetic Resources at the Corvallis Repository. HortScience 35, 395-.

Hutchinson C, McGiffen M, Jr., Sims J and Becker JO (2000) 029 Synergism of Fumigant Combinations for Nutsedge Control. HortScience 35, 393-.

Hwang YS, Lee JC and Lee BJ (2000) 119 The Involvement of Ethylene on the Incidence of Core and Skin Browning in Stored ‘Niitaka’ Pears. HortScience 35, 409-c-.

Iriarte F, Fry J and Tisserat N (2000) 017 Evaluating Best Management Practices for Spring Dead Spot Suppression in Bermudagrass. HortScience 35, 390-e-1.

Issarakraisila M and Sethpakdee R (2000) 161 Effects of Light Intensity on Leaf Anatomy of Some Tropical Fruit (Rambutan, Durian, Mangosteen, and Longkong). HortScience 35, 417-d-8.

Iwanami H, Hirakawa N, Yamane H and Sato A (2000) 033 Improved Seed and Embryo Development of Seedless Grapevine by Plant Growth Regulators. HortScience 35, 393-d-4.

Izumi H and Suzuki A (2000) 100 Microbial Evaluation of Electrolyzed Water Treated Fresh-cut Carrots in CA/MA Storage. HortScience 35, 405-f-6.

Jomantiene R, Maas JL, Dally EL and Davis RE (2000) 021 Strawberry Fruit Phyllody Caused by Phytoplasmas. HortScience 35, 391-c-.

Kalt W, Lawand C and Forney CF (2000) 036 Antioxidant Capacity and Anthocyanin and Phenolic Content of Highbush Blueberries of Different Maturities. HortScience 35, 394-b-.

Keith J, Gaston CH and Jenks MA (2000) 134 Seasonal Variation in Composition and Total Load of Leaf Blade Epicuticular Waxes on Hosta. HortScience 35, 412-c-.

Khanizadeh S, DeEll JR and Hakam N (2000) 007 Evaluation of the Spring Frost Susceptibility of Strawberry Genotypes Using Chlorophyll Fluorescence Measurements. HortScience 35, 389-.

Khanizadeh S, Groleau Y, DeEll JR, Cousineau J, Granger R and Rousselle G (2000) 081 New Hardy Apple Selections from the Quebec Apple Breeding Program. HortScience 35, 402-c-.

Kirkpatrick JA, Morelock TE, Howard LR and Dainello FJ (2000) 123 Quality and Shelf Life of Semi-savoy Spinach stored in Clamshell Containers. HortScience 35, 410-b-.

Kjelgren R and Cole J (2000) 135 Energy Balance and Water Loss of Two Shade Tree Species over Asphalt and Turf in Contrasting Climates. HortScience 35, 412-d-3.

Kleeberger KS and Moser BC (2000) 092 Evaluating Seasonal Color Changes and Storage Conditions for Woody Plant Branches Used in the Floral Trade. HortScience 35, 404-c-.

Kroggel M, Schrader JA and Graves WR (2000) 138 Nodulation Capacity of Rhizobia Isolated from Root Zones of Maackia amurensis in Two Chinese Forests. HortScience 35, 413-b-.

Kwon HJ, Kwon S and Kim KS (2000) 140 Ultrastructural Changes during the Senescence of Petals in Hibiscus syriacus L. HortScience 35, 413-d-.

Lamb EM, Sonoda RM, Oxman EF and Rosskopf EN (2000) 026 The Effect of Temperature on the Development of Fusarium Stem Rot in Greenhouse Peppers in South Florida. HortScience 35, 392-c-.

Lester G, Arias LS and Gomez-Lim M (2000) 174 Muskmelon Fruit Soluble Acid Invertase and Sucrose Phosphate Synthase Activity and Polypeptide Profiles during Growth and Maturation. HortScience 35, 420-b-.

Lezama-Gutierrez R, Molina-Ochoa J, Rebolledo-Dominguez O, Ramirez MG and Lopez-Edwards M (2000) 008 Virulence of Entomopathogenic Fungi (Hyphomycetes) against Anthonomus fulvipes (Coleoptera:Curculionidae) in Organically Grown Barbados Cherry Trees: Laboratory and Field Trials. HortScience 35, 389-a-.

Lindstrom JT and Pelto MC (2000) 040 Identification of Itea virginica Cultivars using DNA-based Techniques. HortScience 35, 395-a-.

Lindstrom OM, Florkowska MA, Ruter J and Lewis P (2000) 148 Seasonal Cold Hardiness Estimations of Male and Female Specimens of Two Holly Species. HortScience 35, 415-a-.

Liu Q, Salih S, Ingersoll J, Meng R, Owens L and Hammerschlag F (2000) 084 Response of Transgenic ‘Royal Gala’ Apple (Malus xdomestica Borkh.) Shoots, Containing the Modified Cecropin MB39 Gene, to Erwinia amylovora. HortScience 35, 403-a-.

Llamas J, Gardea AA, Martinez-Tellez JJ, Guerrero-P V, Carvajal-Millan E, Orozco JA and Rascon-Chu A (2000) 173 Calorimetric Evaluation of Metabolic Intensity of Apple Lateral Buds and Roots during the Transition from Para- to Endodormancy. HortScience 35, 420-a-.

Loehrlein M and Ray DT (2000) 049 Thickness and Weight of Watermelon Seed Produced from a Cross Between Tetraploid and Diploid Plants. HortScience 35, 397-.

Louzada E, Del Rio S and Xia D (2000) 079 Production of Microprotoplast from Swiglea glutinosa for Chromosome Transfer in Citrus. HortScience 35, 402-a-.

Luy FLI and Nienhuis J (2000) 048 Effects of Inbreeding in a “Wisconsin Fast Plants” Brassica rapa Population. HortScience 35, 396-d-.

Maciel N and Criley RA (2000) 156 Effects of the Inductive Period, Shoot Density, and Leaf Removal on the Flowering of Heliconia rostrata Ruiz & Pavon. HortScience 35, 416-d-7.

Magee JB, Smith BJ and Rimando A (2000) 019 Effect of Fungicidal Spray Program on Resveratrol Production of Muscadine Grapes (Vitis rotundifolia Michx.). HortScience 35, 391-a-.

Mangan FX, Kozower C and Bramlage W (2000) 120 Effects of Short-term Postharvest Treatments on Cilantro (Coriandrum sativum L.) Storage Quality. HortScience 35, 409-d-10.

Manzano-Mendez JE and Diaz JG (2000) 110 Postharvest Quality of Tamarillo Fruits under Different Storage Temperatures. HortScience 35, 407-e-8.

Martin CA and Stabler LB (2000) 136 Landscape Carbon Acquisition Potential of Residential Landscapes in Phoenix, Arizona. HortScience 35, 413-.

Martin WJ and Stimart DP (2000) 073 Stomatal Density as a Correlated Trait to Postharvest Longevity in Antirrhinum majus L. (Snapdragon). HortScience 35, 401-a-.

Martins LP and Silva SM (2000) 107 Postharvest Storage Profile of Spondias mombim Fruit. HortScience 35, 407-b-.

Mattheis J, Argenta L and Fan X (2000) 114 Multiple Applications Extend Duration of 1-Methylcyclopropene-induced Responses of Apple and Pear Fruit. HortScience 35, 408-c-.

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Pemberton HB, Wang Y-T, McDonald GV, Ranwala AP and Miller WB (2000) 098 Effect of Storage Duration on Easter Lily Carbohydrate Concentration and Postharvest Flower Longevity. HortScience 35, 405-d-.

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