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Donnie K. Miller, Thomas M. Batts, Josh T. Copes, and David C. Blouin

. Firon, N. 2014 Root architecture and root and tuber crop productivity Trends Plant Sci. 19 1 7 Villordon, A. LaBonte, D.R. Firon, N. 2009 Development of a simple thermal time method for describing the onset of morpho-anatomical features related to

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Haishan An, Jiajia Meng, Fangjie Xu, Shuang Jiang, Xiaoqing Wang, Chunhui Shi, Boqiang Zhou, Jun Luo, and Xueying Zhang

plants, increase plant uniformity, and shorten the juvenile phase ( Debnath, 2007 ; Nag et al., 2001 ). Because blueberry has a shallow root architecture, its cultivation requires sustainable environmental conditions such as pH, soil moisture, and

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San-Gwang Hwang, Hsiao-Chien Chao, and Huey-Ling Lin

1155 Xie, Q. Fernando, K.M.C. Mayes, S. Sparkes, D.L. 2017 Identifying seedling root architectural traits associated with yield and yield components in wheat Ann. Bot. 119 1115 1129 Wang, D. Heckathorn, S.A. Mainali, K. Tripathee, R. 2016 Timing effects

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Daniel Leskovar and Yahia A. Othman

Controlled-release and slow-release fertilizers as nutrient management tools. HS1255. Univ. Florida/IFAS Ext López-Bucio, J. Cruz-Ramírez, A. Herrera-Estrella, L. 2003 The role of nutrient availability in regulation root architecture Curr. Opin. Plant Biol. 6

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Fatemeh Haddadi, Maheran Abd Aziz, Hossein Kamaladini, and Seyed Ali Ravanfar

roles in lateral root formation, and nematode and rhizobial symboses Plant J. 38 203 214 10.1111/j.1365-313X.2004.02038.x Lopez-Bucio, J. Cruz-Ramyrez, A. Herrera-Estrella, L. 2003 The role of nutrient availability in regulating root architecture Curr

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Rayane Barcelos Bisi, Ute Albrecht, and Kim D. Bowman

question. Literature Cited Albrecht, U. Bordas, M. Lamb, B. Meyering, B. Bowman, K.D. 2017 Influence of propagation method on root architecture and other traits of young citrus rootstock plants HortScience 52 1569 1576 Albrecht, U. Bowman, K.D. 2011

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Andrew H. Jeffers, William E. Klingeman, Charles R. Hall, Marco A. Palma, David S. Buckley, and Dean A. Kopsell

-quality root architecture ( Jeffers et al., 2009 ; Schultz and Thompson, 1996 ). First-order lateral roots (FOLR), which are roots greater than 1 mm in diameter that emerge 30 mm below the root collar, often provide better field survivability and plant vigor

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Mindy L. Bumgarner, K. Francis Salifu, Michael V. Mickelbart, and Douglass F. Jacobs

of seed size and growing media water availability on early seedling growth in Eucalyptus globulus For. Ecol. Mgt. 167 1 11 Jacobs, D.F. Rose, R. Haase, D.L. 2003 Development of Douglas-fir seedling root architecture in response to localized nutrient

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Derald Harp, Gaye Hammond, David C. Zlesak, Greg Church, Mark Chamblee, and Steve George

opportunities for continued study (e.g., root architecture differences related to drought tolerance). Units Literature cited American Rose Society 2007 Modern roses XXII. Pediment Publ., Battleground, WA American Rose Society 2014 Consulting rosarian manual

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Ertan Yildirim, Huseyin Karlidag, Metin Turan, Atilla Dursun, and Fahrettin Goktepe

root surface area or the general root architecture. Plants growing better in turn release higher amounts of carbon (C) in root exudates. The release of more C prompts an increase in microbial activity, and this process continues in a cycle. The whole