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Ali Akbar Ghasemi Soloklui, Ahmad Ershadi, and Esmaeil Fallahi

toluene was used as a blank. Proline concentration was finally calculated through a calibration curve and expressed as micromole proline/gram fresh weight. Statistical analyses. Differences among cultivars in EL LT 50 , TST LT 50 , soluble carbohydrates

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Ryo Matsuda and Chieri Kubota

significant difference tests for Figure 1 among cultivars and between green and red fruits in each genotype. Growth conditions. All plants were grown hydroponically with a high-wire system in a temperature-controlled greenhouse located in Tucson, AZ. Seeds

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Paul W. Bosland, Danise Coon, and Gregory Reeves

grown ( Zewdie and Bosland, 2000a ). The heat level can vary significantly among plants of the same variety grown in a single field at the same time. When single plant heat levels of genetically identical chile pepper plants were compared with the field

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Alisson P. Kovaleski, Jeffrey G. Williamson, Bruno Casamali, and Rebecca L. Darnell

it was greater than both July-pruned and the non-pruned control in 2013. For ‘Jewel’, there were no differences among pruning time treatments in 2012, but in 2013, June-pruned plants had greater regrowth volume compared with the non-pruned control

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Yun-wen Wang, Bruce L. Dunn, and Daryl B. Arnall

(CRD). Normalized Difference Vegetation Index, Soil-Plant Analyses Development value, and nitrogen content determination. Normalized Difference Vegetative Index readings were collected 42 and 48 d after initial fertilizer treatment (DAT) using a NDVI

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Xin Zhao, Qianru Liu, M. Tatiana Sanchez, and Nicholas S. Dufault

some of the grafted plants in both greenhouse experiments. There was no significant difference in the recovery of Fusarium spp. among the various grafted treatments in the two greenhouse experiments; however, the root excision treatments were on

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Nancy Ruiz-Lau, Fátima Medina-Lara, Yereni Minero-García, Enid Zamudio-Moreno, Adolfo Guzmán-Antonio, Ileana Echevarría-Machado, and Manuel Martínez-Estévez

considerable differences in total capsaicinoids among cultivars grown in greenhouses, laboratory field studies, and regular plantations, highlighting the effects of environmental conditions on capsaicinoid content. However, the concentration of capsaicinoids

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Robert L. Meagher Jr., Rodney N. Nagoshi, James T. Brown, Shelby J. Fleischer, John K. Westbrook, and Carlene A. Chase

). A mixed result was obtained for seed pods per plant, as the April planting showed no significant difference among seeding rates whereas in the June planting the low seeding rate was significantly higher than the high seeding rate treatment. The

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Ute Albrecht, David G. Hall, and Kim D. Bowman

percentage of plants in which Las was detected was 44% at 6 months after inoculation (MAI) and increased to 75% at the end of the experiment (12 MAI). Among the psyllid-inoculated plants, only one (6%) tested positive for Las by 4 MAI. The percentage of Las

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Timothy K. Broschat and Kimberly Anne Moore

Six months after transplanting, areca palm plants showed no differences in color among the nine fertilizer treatments in either experiment ( Table 3 ). Similarly, there were no treatment differences in areca palm height or growth in Expt. 1. However