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Guoqiang Wang, Ping Qu, Hongying Huang, Guofeng Wu, and Haijun Yan

delay or reduce germination and delay the initial seedling development of pepper ( Rekik et al., 2017 ; Roe et al., 1997 ). The surrounding bonded substrate provided sufficient nutrients for seedling growth at advanced developmental stages. Fig. 1

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Archana Khadgi and Courtney A. Weber

), prickled blackberry (2), and prickle-free blackberry (3), as well as a main stem sample of R. phoenicolasius (1). Tissues were collected at various stages of prickle development from fresh green to matured lignified brownish prickles. Samples were

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Joshua K. Craver, Chad T. Miller, Kimberly A. Williams, and Daniel L. Boyle

geranium ‘Caliente Coral’, and bat-faced cuphea ‘Tiny Mice’. Specific goals were to 1) use digital imaging, including field emission SEM (FESEM) and photography, to evaluate stages of development for the disorders on each species; and 2) characterize and

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Thalukanyo Nevhulaudzi, Khayalethu Ntushelo, and Sheku Alfred Kanu

physiological processes and metabolite profile of plants, including the nutritional status, ultimately affecting their growth and development. Studies have reported the sensitivity of the different growth stages of plants, including legumes, to climatic

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Xun Li, Wenying Chu, Jinlong Dong, and Zengqiang Duan

each pot was harvested for analysis on 5 Dec. 2012. When small fruit of 5 to 8 cm long formed, the plant left in each pot was harvested on 18 Jan. 2013. Six pots of replications (12 plants of replications at seedling stage and six replications at

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Juan Carlos Álvarez-Hernández, Javier Zaragoza Castellanos-Ramos, and Cesar Leobardo Aguirre-Mancilla

plant development, the seedlings must be kept under controlled conditions of temperature and relative humidity during the period of formation of the graft union callus, and the grafted plants should be acclimated to the prevailing environmental

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Hans C. Wien

treatment can eliminate these symptoms by keeping the plant in a vegetative stage during early development. Another solution is to choose daylength neutral cultivars for early production. As the technique used here only subjects the seedlings to the first 3

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Dongmei Wei, Huimin Xu, and Ruili Li

reappear. The starch content increased, and a few small neutral lipid droplets were visible in the tapetal cytoplasm ( Fig. 1H ). Late microspore stage. A feature of microspore development is the formation of a large vacuole, which pushes the microspore

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Patrick J. Conner

, 1994 ) reaction. To evaluate the effect of leaflet maturity on pathogen growth, two sets of leaflets were collected from each test seedling. The first set was half-expanded, representing the most susceptible stage of growth in field inoculations. The

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Zhenhua Li, Yiling Liu, and RenXiang Liu

Seed development is normally divided into three stages: morphogenesis, reserve accumulation, and maturation drying ( Kermode et al., 1985 ). At the morphogenetic stage, the seeds do not possess germination ability, which is gradually obtained with