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Amy L. Burton, Svoboda V. Pennisi, and Marc W. van Iersel

based on previous work ( Pennisi et al., 2003 ) and label recommendations. Measurements. Morphological data were taken on all plants (height and two perpendicular widths, leaf tip to leaf tip) at the end of production. Height was measured from

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Waltram Ravelombola, Jun Qin, Yuejin Weng, Beiquan Mou, and Ainong Shi

counted. Plant height (from the bottom part to growing point) for both non-stressed and salt-stressed plants was measured on per plant basis. RST for plant height, described as the ratio between plant height under stress and non-stress conditions, was

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Carlos Vinicius Garcia Barreto, Rhuanito Soranz Ferrarezi, Flávio Bussmeyer Arruda, and Roberto Testezlaf

controlled environment ( Machado et al., 2005 ; Pimentel et al., 2007 ) and the nutritional management used by the growers ( Bañuls and Primo-Millo, 1995 ). These factors influence the plant physiology and, therefore, their growth, specifically shoot height

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Brian A. Kahn

[ Capsicum annuum ( Gaye et al., 1992 )]. Some vegetative traits have been used to characterize eggplant accessions in the European Eggplant Genetic Resources Network (EGGNET) database, including plant height, plant growth habit, and number of leaves to

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Roberto G. Lopez and Diane M. Camberato

under ambient light with day extension lighting from an oscillating high-pressure sodium lamp (Beamflicker; Parsource, Petaluma, CA) that delivered a photosynthetic photon flux varying between 3 and 59 μmol·m −2 ·s −1 at plant height [as measured with a

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John R. Stommel and Robert J. Griesbach

practices. Table 1. Mean values and sd s for mature pepper fruit color, fruit length/fruit diameter at midpoint, number of fruit per cluster, leaf color, leaf length, leaf width, plant height, and plant diameter in parental, F 1 , F 2 , and

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Ryan N. Contreras and Kim Shearer

included scape height ( Fig. 1 ) at first flower and average seed set per capsule. Qualitative data analyzed was for lodging (yes = 1 or no = 0). The number of plants (observations) was not consistent from planting and was primarily due to plant mortality

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Daniel I. Leskovar, Chenping Xu, and Shinsuke Agehara

dry or senesced leaves), plant height and width, and leaf chlorophyll index in the first fully developed leaf with a SPAD-502 m (Konica Minolta Sensing Inc., Tokyo, Japan). Plant height was measured from the ground level to the highest leaf canopy

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Qiansheng Li, Min Deng, Jianjun Chen, and Richard J. Henny

reduce the internode elongation and leaf drop and improve P. aquatica ’s ornamental value as an indoor foliage plant. Materials and Methods Two-year-old P . aquatica rooted trunks (trunk diameter 3 to 4 cm and height 25 cm with one branch) were

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Alison Bingham Jacobson, Terri W. Starman, and Leonardo Lombardini

: plant height; stem and node number; internode length; days to first flower; bud, fresh, and senesced flower number; pre-dawn and midday water potential; and a postharvest quality rating using a scale of 5 (best) to 1 (worst) but regarded as observation