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Michael A. Schnelle

York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, and Washington, DC) ( Coombs et al., 2020 ). In addition to the nursery industry, nonnative plants have been introduced to the United States via botanical gardens and arboreta, garden club and horticultural

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Bhimanagouda S. Patil, Kevin Crosby, David Byrne, and Kendal Hirschi

systems, which serve to identify potentially useful chemicals and study their mechanisms of action but, as a result of bioavailability and other issues, cannot establish the effective levels in animal model systems or for use in humans. Even work with

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Susan S. Barton, Rebecca S. Pineo, and Leslie Carter

. Unlike most term projects, papers, and laboratory reports written in undergraduate courses, a senior thesis addresses questions or issues for which no known or generally accepted answers exist. A degree with distinction can be earned when students conduct

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S. Christopher Marble, Stephen A. Prior, G. Brett Runion, H. Allen Torbert, Charles H. Gilliam, and Glenn B. Fain

issues. Another issue in C sequestration will involve who gets credit for the container media (and other products such as bark and straw mulches) used in the ornamental horticulture industry because these products are produced primarily from forestry

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Girija Page, Terry Kelly, Maria Minor, and Ewen Cameron

systems is becoming an important issue for carbon trading internationally and more so in New Zealand. The New Zealand agricultural sector will be included under the government's Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) from 2015 ( New Zealand Government, 2009

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Rosalie J. Kelley, Tina M. Waliczek, and F. Alice Le Duc

Intl. J. Ment. Health Nurs. 20 2 119 129 Gonzalez, M.T. Hartig, T. Patil, G.G. Martinsen, E.W. Kirkevold, M. 2010 A prospective study of existential issues in therapeutic horticulture for clinical depression Issues Ment. Health Nurs. 32 1 73 81 Kaplan

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Lauri M. Baker, Cheryl R. Boyer, Hikaru H. Peterson, and Audrey E.H. King

The U.S. horticultural industry, grossing $13.8 billion in 2014 [U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), 2015], faces numerous challenges to maintaining successful, independently owned retail businesses ( Hodges et al., 2011 ). Palma et al. (2012

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David M. Olszyk, Tamotsu Shiroyama, Jeffrey M. Novak, Keri B. Cantrell, Gilbert Sigua, Donald W. Watts, and Mark G. Johnson

of healthy food is the concentration of trace nutrients ( White and Brown, 2010 ). Inadequacy of trace nutrients in food has been a developing human health issue ( Roy et al., 2006 ), with K, Ca, Mg, Fe, Zn, I, Se, and Cu most commonly inadequate in

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Shahrokh Khanizadeh, Yvon Groleau, Rong Tsao, Raymond Yang, Inteaz Alli, Robert Prange, and Robert Demoy

are single and their average size is 5.4 cm. In full balloon stage, flower buds are covered with a blush of vivid reddish purple [Horticultural Society Color Chart (RHS) RHS 58A] ( RHS, 1995 ) that gradually becomes solid. When fully opened, petals are

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Mary Hockenberry Meyer, Stan Hokanson, Susan Galatowitsch, and James Luby

University public gardens offer a unique opportunity to showcase research in horticulture and plant science, as well as in diverse programs such as art, engineering, medicine, human nutrition, and information technology. Universities, especially