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Shengrui Yao

possible mutations ( Guo and Shan, 2010 ; Liu and Wang, 2009 ). Now, there are over 800 jujube cultivars in China ( Guo and Shan, 2010 ; Liu and Wang, 2009 ). In the United States, there are about 70–80 cultivars/selections. Jujube also has a relative

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Shiow Y. Wang and Kim S. Lewers

. Fragaria (strawberry) cultivars, selections, and wild genotypes grown on the north farm of the Henry A. Wallace Agricultural Research Center at Beltsville, MD, and evaluated for antioxidant activity, total phenolics, anthocyanin, and flavonoid content

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Chunxian Chen, William R. Okie, and Thomas G. Beckman

opportunity on the button issue. The purpose here is to compare fruit set in 3 years and to report the impact of the frost on peach crop load and buttoning among cultivars, selections, and hybrids. Materials and Methods Peach materials. All materials used in

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Shengrui Yao, Robert Heyduck, and Steven Guldan

Mexico State University Sustainable Agriculture Science Center at Alcalde, NM (NMSU Alcalde Center) imported more than 30 cultivars directly from China and collected cultivars in the United States, amassing a total of ≈60 cultivars/selections at the NMSU

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Shiow Y. Wang, Kim S. Lewers, Linda Bowman, and Min Ding

. Fragaria (strawberry) cultivars, selections, and wild genotypes grown on the north farm of the Henry A. Wallace Agricultural Research Center at Beltsville, MD, and evaluated for inhibition of A594 human lung cancer cell proliferation, activities against

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D.M. Glenn, T. Tworkoski, R. Scorza, and S.S. Miller

. This is a genetic difference, not a response to cultural treatments. Table 2. Effect of cultivar/selection (KV930465 is a selection with the pillar growth form), vegetation-free area (VFA), tree spacing, and pruning in eight peach production systems on

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Fumiomi Takeda, Gerard Krewer, Changying Li, Daniel MacLean, and James W. Olmstead

of selection FL 05-486 because of the high percentage of stemmed fruit. Table 2. The quality attributes of southern highbush (SH) blueberry. Firm-textured SH blueberry cultivars/selections (‘Sweetcrisp’, ‘Farthing’, FL 98-325, FL 05-290) and soft

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Amy K. Freidig and Irwin L. Goldman

). Oxalic acid levels depend on the type and age of plant tissue as well as growth rate ( Albihn and Savage, 2001 ; Kaminishi and Kita, 2006 ; Morita et al., 2004 ). Additional sources of variation include cultivar selection, measurement method, and

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Maurizio Giolo, Stefano Macolino, Erica Barolo, and Filippo Rimi

., 2004 ; Fiorio et al., 2012 ). Cultivar selection is considered one of the most important steps for the success of bermudagrass turf in transitional environments ( Patton et al., 2008 ; Rimi et al., 2013a ). The selection criteria should be based on

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Laban K. Rutto, Zelalem Mersha, and Mizuho Nita

and are already represented in Virginia viticulture. Materials and methods Site and cultivar selection. The study was conducted at a vineyard established in 2012 at the Eppington Plantation (lat. 37°17′N, long. 77°43′W) in Chesterfield County, VA