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Yu Sung, Daniel J. Cantliffe, Russell T. Nagata, and Warley M. Nascimento

lettuce is controlled by at least two genes and can be introduced by breeding because this trait is heritable (R.T. Nagata, unpublished data). The basis of the genotype-dependent thermotolerance is not clear and is probably related to more than one factor

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Shiva Ram Bhandari, Bo-Deul Jung, Hum-Young Baek, and Young-Sang Lee

than in other vegetables such as lady finger (12.8 mg·kg −1 ), pumpkin (12.7 mg·kg −1 ), and carrot (29.9 mg·kg −1 ) ( Ching and Mohamed, 2001 ). In all of the tested cultivars, total vitamin E content increased significantly as the pepper fruit ripened

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Kellie J. Walters, Bridget K. Behe, Christopher J. Currey, and Roberto G. Lopez

growing hydroponically for breeding and research. Although more than half of respondents only used hydroponic production techniques, 45% grew hydroponically in addition to floriculture or in-ground food production. Increasing diversification potentially