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  1. Biofortification of baby leafy vegetables using nutrient solution containing selenium
  2. LED Lighting to Produce High-Quality Ornamental Plants
  3. Molecular Responses of Vegetable, Ornamental Crops, and Model Plants to Salinity Stress
  4. The Effect of Drought on Sisymbrium officinale (L.) Wild Species for Potential Cultivation as a Leafy Vegetable
  5. The Contribution of Ornamental Plants to Urban Ecosystem Services
  6. Fruitomics: The Importance of Combining Sensory and Chemical Analyses in Assessing Cold Storage Responses of Six Peach (Prunus persica L. Batsch) Cultivars
  7. Food Waste-Derived Biomaterials Enriched by Biostimulant Agents for Sustainable Horticultural Practices: A Possible Circular Solution
  8. The Effect of Flushing on the Nitrate Content and Postharvest Quality of Lettuce (Lactuca sativa L. Var. Acephala) and Rocket (Eruca sativa Mill.) Grown in a Vertical Farm
  9. Effect of exogenous application of salt stress and glutamic acid on lettuce (Lactuca sativa L.)
  10. Cold storage demand for 'Rocha' pear ripening: A comparison between a shorter and longer cold period
  11. A Bibliometric Analysis of the Scientific Literature on Biostimulants
  12. Priming Treatments with Biostimulants to Cope the Short-Term Heat Stress Response: A Transcriptomic Profile Evaluation
  13. The Inclusion of Green Light in a Red and Blue Light Background Impact the Growth and Functional Quality of Vegetable and Flower Microgreen Species
  14. Biostimulants on Crops: Their Impact under Abiotic Stress Conditions
  15. ß-Farnesene Exogenous Application as a Novel Damage Induction Model to Fast Explore the Effectiveness of Postharvest Strategies: The Case Study of the ‘Rocha’ Pear DOP
  16. Borage Extracts as Biostimulants of Plant Growth and Development
  17. Physiological and morpho-anatomical traits used as markers for the selection of drought tolerance of ornamental plants
  18. Interactive Effects of Drought and Saline Aerosol Stress on Morphological and Physiological Characteristics of Two Ornamental Shrub Species
  19. Maceration Time Affects the Efficacy of Borage Extracts as Potential Biostimulant on Rocket Salad
  20. Biological Contribution of Ornamental Plants for Improving Slope Stability along Urban and Suburban Areas
  21. Effect of slicing and storage temperatures on biochemical aspects of membrane integrity in two different genotypes of tomato
  22. Influence of different ammonium and nitrate ratios on quality of rocket
  23. Effects of Different Light Spectra on Final Biomass Production and Nutritional Quality of Two Microgreens
  24. Enhancing the Quality of Two Species of Baby Leaves Sprayed with Moringa Leaf Extract as Biostimulant
  25. The Impact of COVID-19 on Horticulture: Critical Issues and Opportunities Derived from an Unexpected Occurrence
  26. In-Vivo In-Vitro Screening of Ocimum basilicum L. Ecotypes with Differential UV-B Radiation Sensitivity
  27. Quality Evaluation of Indoor-Grown Microgreens Cultivated on Three Different Substrates
  28. Use of microbial inoculants during cultivation maintain the physiological, nutritional and technological quality of fresh-cut romaine lettuce
  29. Effect of glutamic acid foliar applications on lettuce under water stress
  30. Assessment of Possible Application of an Atmospheric Pressure Plasma Jet for Shelf Life Extension of Fresh-Cut Salad
  31. Evaluation of different growing substrates for microgreens production
  32. Evaluation of by-products of plant food (potato and apple) as potential biostimulants for green leafy vegetables
  33. Biostimulants and Plant Response Under Adverse Environmental Conditions: A Functional Interplay
  34. Comparison of Soaking Corms with Moringa Leaf Extract Alone or in Combination with Synthetic Plant Growth Regulators on the Growth, Physiology and Vase Life of Sword Lily
  35. The significance and functions of ethylene in flooding stress tolerance in plants
  36. Fruit volatilome profiling through GC × GC-ToF-MS and gene expression analyses reveal differences amongst peach cultivars in their response to cold storage
  37. Integrating Cover Crops as a Source of Carbon for Anaerobic Soil Disinfestation
  38. Antitranspirant treatment on bean plants to counteract cold stress
  39. An Evaluation of Different Parameters to Screen Ornamental Shrubs for Salt Spray Tolerance
  40. Pitaya, an Attractive Alternative Crop for Mediterranean Region
  41. Towards Nutrition-Sensitive Agriculture: An evaluation of biocontrol effects, nutritional value, and ecological impact of bacterial inoculants
  42. Comparison of Greenhouse Energy Requirements for Rose Cultivation in Europe and North Africa
  43. Borage extracts affect wild rocket quality and influence nitrate and carbon metabolism
  44. Editorial: Bioactive Compounds Biosynthesis and Metabolism in Fruit and Vegetables
  45. Nutritional and Nutraceutical Value of Vegetable Crops as Affected by Biostimulants Application
  46. Transcriptional Regulation in Rocket Leaves as Affected by Salinity
  47. Short-Term Post-Harvest Stress that Affects Profiles of Volatile Organic Compounds and Gene Expression in Rocket Salad during Early Post-Harvest Senescence
  48. Bioregulators Can Improve Biomass Production, Photosynthetic Efficiency, and Ornamental Quality of Gazania rigens L.
  49. Antioxidant and Mineral Composition of Three Wild Leafy Species: A Comparison Between Microgreens and Baby Greens
  50. UV-B Physiological Changes Under Conditions of Distress and Eustress in Sweet Basil
  51. Effect of Preharvest Abiotic Stresses on the Accumulation of Bioactive Compounds in Horticultural Produce
  52. Effects of postharvest application of salicylic acid and benzothiadiazole on cut rose (Rosa hybrida)
  53. Ethylene and plant hormones interplay in the regulation of petunia petal senescence
  54. Effect of Fertilization on Yield and Quality of Sisymbrium officinale (L.) Scop. Grown as Leafy Vegetable Crop
  55. Biostimulants Application in Horticultural Crops under Abiotic Stress Conditions
  56. A complex interaction between pre-harvest and post-harvest factors determines fresh-cut melon quality and aroma
  57. Optimization of LED Lighting and Quality Evaluation of Romaine Lettuce Grown in An Innovative Indoor Cultivation System
  58. Evaluation of Two Wild Populations of Hedge Mustard (Sisymbrium officinale (L.) Scop.) as a Potential Leafy Vegetable
  59. Response of Mediterranean Ornamental Plants to Drought Stress
  60. Effects of Two Doses of Organic Extract-Based Biostimulant on Greenhouse Lettuce Grown Under Increasing NaCl Concentrations
  61. Biochemical and Molecular Regulation of Phenylpropanoids Pathway Under Abiotic Stresses
  62. Eco-physiological responses and biochemical characterization of different accessions of Corchorus olitorius (L.)
  63. Effect of heat root stress and high salinity on glucosinolates metabolism in wild rocket
  64. Physiological mechanisms for delaying the leaf yellowing of potted geranium plants
  65. Designing the Future: An Intelligent System for Zero-Mile Food Production by Upcycling Wastewater
  66. Innovative strategies for evaluating stressful conditions in urban environments
  67. Agronomic Management for Enhancing Plant Tolerance to Abiotic Stresses: High and Low Values of Temperature, Light Intensity, and Relative Humidity
  68. Growth, yield and antioxidant capacity of strawberry under various K+:Ca++ ratios in hydroponic culture
  69. Quality changes of lamb’s lettuce during postharvest storage
  70. Cultivation under salt stress conditions influences postharvest quality and glucosinolates content of fresh-cut cauliflower
  71. Leaf physiological and anatomical responses of Lantana and Ligustrum species under different water availability
  72. PAL activities in asparagus spears during storage after ammonium sulfate treatments
  73. Physiological and Biochemical Characterization of a Red Escarole Obtained from an Interspecies Crossing
  74. Abscisic acid and carotenoids metabolism in tomato during postharvest
  75. Effect of temperature and cut size on the volatile organic compound profile, and expression ofChorismate synthasein fresh-cut melon
  76. Applications of UV-B lighting to enhance phenolic accumulation of sweet basil
  77. Biostimulant applications in low input horticultural cultivation systems
  78. Agronomic Management for Enhancing Plant Tolerance to Abiotic Stresses—Drought, Salinity, Hypoxia, and Lodging
  79. Editorial: Ethylene: A Key Regulatory Molecule in Plants
  80. Postharvest physiology of Corchorus olitorius baby leaf growing with different nutrient solutions
  81. Assessing the Reliability of Thermal and Optical Imaging Techniques for Detecting Crop Water Status under Different Nitrogen Levels
  82. Ethylene sensitivity regulates the wounding response in wild type and never ripe tomatoes
  83. Evaluation of Borage Extracts As Potential Biostimulant Using a Phenomic, Agronomic, Physiological, and Biochemical Approach
  84. Gene expression analysis of rocket salad under pre-harvest and postharvest stresses: A transcriptomic resource for Diplotaxis tenuifolia
  85. Ethylene Role in Plant Growth, Development and Senescence: Interaction with Other Phytohormones
  86. Tissue culture techniques as a tool to select snapdragon mutants with differential NaCl sensitivity
  87. Effect of storage on the qualitative characteristics of perilla, a potential new minimally processed leafy vegetable
  88. Light use efficiency for vegetables production in protected and indoor environments
  89. Plant Breeding for Improving Nutrient Uptake and Utilization Efficiency
  90. Effect of washing treatments on chlorophyll a fluorescence and vitamin C content in minimality processed lamb's lettuce during storage
  91. Survive or die? A molecular insight into salt-dependant signaling network
  92. Yield and quality of basil, Swiss chard, and rocket microgreens grown in a hydroponic system
  93. A QUAFETY approach to quality monitoring and prediction for fresh-cut produce
  94. Spatial and temporal transcriptome changes occurring during flower opening and senescence of the ephemeral hibiscus flower,Hibiscus rosa-sinensis
  95. Identification of ornamental shrubs tolerant to saline aerosol for coastal urban and peri-urban greening
  96. Space and time variability of heating requirements for greenhouse tomato production in the Euro-Mediterranean area
  97. Yield and quality ofCorchorus olitoriusbaby leaf grown in a floating system
  98. Physiological and Biochemical Responses in Two Ornamental Shrubs to Drought Stress
  99. Comparative physiology during ripening in tomato rich-anthocyanins fruits
  100. Mesoscale investigation of the structural properties of unrefined cell wall materials extracted from minimally processed salads during storage
  101. Identification of innovative potential quality markers in rocket and melon fresh-cut produce
  102. Role of ethylene in responses of plants to nitrogen availability
  103. Use of Spectral and Thermal Imaging Sensors to Monitor Crop Water and Nitrogen Status
  104. Agrobacterium tumefaciens-mediated transformation of axillary bud callus of Hibiscus rosa-sinensis L. ‘Ruby’ and regeneration of transgenic plants
  105. Estimation of Listeria monocytogenes and Escherichia coli O157:H7 Prevalence and Levels in Naturally Contaminated Rocket and Cucumber Samples by Deterministic and Stochastic Approaches
  106. Post-production physiology and handling of ornamental potted plants
  109. Wounding tomato fruit elicits ripening-stage specific changes in gene expression and production of volatile compounds
  110. Stem bending in cut Gerbera jamesonii flowers: Effects of a pulse treatment with sucrose and calcium ions
  111. Effect of cytokinins on delaying petunia flower senescence: a transcriptome study approach
  112. Biostimulants and crop responses: a review
  113. Methyl jasmonate affects phenolic metabolism and gene expression in blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum)
  114. Effect of Salt Stress in the Regulation of Anthocyanins and Color of Hibiscus Flowers by Digital Image Analysis
  115. Nitrates and Glucosinolates as Strong Determinants of the Nutritional Quality in Rocket Leafy Salads
  116. Effect of cutting on ascorbic acid oxidation and recycling in fresh-cut baby spinach (Spinacia oleracea L.) leaves
  117. Current understanding on ethylene signaling in plants: The influence of nutrient availability
  118. Effect of temperature and ripening stages on membrane integrity of fresh-cut tomatoes
  119. The Antioxidants Changes in Ornamental Flowers during Development and Senescence
  120. Development and optimization of an ELISA based method to detect Listeria monocytogenes and Escherichia coli O157 in fresh vegetables
  121. Carbon Deprivation-Driven Transcriptome Reprogramming in Detached Developmentally Arresting Arabidopsis Inflorescences      
  122. Interaction of 1-Methylcyclopropene and Thidiazuron on Cut Stock Flowers Vase Life
  123. Biofortification of Spinach Plants APPLYING Selenium in the Nutrient Solution of Floating System
  124. ChlorophyllaFluorescence as a Tool in Evaluating the Effects of ABA Content and Ethylene Inhibitors on Quality of Flowering PottedBougainvillea
  125. Effects of abscisic acid on ethylene biosynthesis and perception in Hibiscus rosa-sinensis L. flower development
  126. Effect of seawater aerosol on leaves of six plant species potentially useful for ornamental purposes in coastal areas
  127. Fossil energy usage for the production of baby leaves
  128. Cloning and gene expression analysis of phospholipase C in wounded spinach leaves during postharvest storage
  129. Spatial and temporal distribution of mineral nutrients and sugars throughout the lifespan of Hibiscus rosa-sinensis L. flower
  130. Effects of Promoters and Inhibitors of Ethylene and ABA on Flower Senescence of Hibiscus rosa-sinensis L.
  131. Colours Intensity and Flower Longevity of Garden Roses
  132. Effects of selenium addition on minimally processed leafy vegetables grown in a floating system
  133. Biochemical changes in cut vs. intact lamb’s lettuce (Valerianella olitoria)leaves during storage
  134. Effect of thidiazuron and gibberellic acid on leaf yellowing of cut stock flowers
  135. Effect of nitrogen fertilisation levels on melon fruit quality at the harvest time and during storage
  136. Chlorophyll a fluorescence measurements to evaluate storage time and temperature of Valeriana leafy vegetables
  137. Changes in abscisic acid and flower pigments during floral senescence of petunia
  139. Drought, Abscisic Acid and Transpiration Rate Effects on the Regulation of PIP Aquaporin Gene Expression and Abundance in Phaseolus vulgaris Plants
  140. Ethylene and Leaf Senescence
  141. Role of abscisic acid in perianth senescence of daffodil (Narcissus pseudonarcissus"Dutch Master")
  142. Changes in Abscisic Acid During Leaf Yellowing of Cut Stock Flowers
  143. Towards a molecular strategy for improving harvesting of olives (Olea europaea L.)
  146. Thidiazuron—a potent inhibitor of leaf senescence in Alstroemeria