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Wei Wu, Shijia Wen, Tangkai Feng, Guoke Chen, and Bo Yang

petals, other morphological characteristics are obviously different, and split them into different genera ( Mione and Bogle, 1990 ). According to Flora of China (2003), the genus Loropetalum consists of three species: L. chinense (R. Brown) Oliver

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Pauliina Palonen and Katriina Mouhu

experiment was set up in a completely randomized design. Before data analysis, one replicate of plants that received a double treatment was arbitrarily selected and removed. Thus, there were seven single plant replicates per treatment. An analysis of variance

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Steven McArtney, J.D. Obermiller, and A. Green

-susceptible. The developmental anatomy of russet in ‘Golden Delicious’ apples has been well described over the last 70 years. Bell (1937) observed that nonrusseted portions of ‘Golden Delicious’ fruit either had a thicker, more convoluted cuticle or a double

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Neil O. Anderson and Richard T. Olsen

) produced larger petal sizes in amaryllis ( Fig. 6A ). Other products emerging from the race of “Giant Amaryllis” included new floral patterns such as the classic ‘Apple Blossom’ hybrid ( Fig. 6B ), which are still popular today as well as double flowers

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Wenhao Dai and Victoria Magnusson

and leaf arrangement), and flowers (color, petal number, inflorescence size, and structure) were recorded. Plant stature was evaluated according to the height, internodal length, and branching. After first screening, plants were cut back to the base to

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Irene E. Palmer, Thomas G. Ranney, Nathan P. Lynch, and Richard E. Bir

roadsides or old fields and thrive during primary and secondary succession. The annual species R. hirta includes cultivars with a diverse range of flower colors and forms, including bicoloration and double inflorescences (greater number of ray florets

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Hans C. Wien

in specific years. Cultivars total more than those listed in Table 3 because ‘Procut Lemon’ and ‘Sunrich Orange’ and a few others were grown in more than 1 year. Plants were harvested at anthesis, defined as the time when the majority of petals (ray

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Bryan A. Connolly and Mark H. Brand

, with five petals in a single whorl that are about 8 to 9 mm long and 4 to 6 mm wide. Inflorescences are about 3 cm in diameter. All colors in the description were designated using the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Color Charts ( Royal Horticultural

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Chad E. Finn, Bernadine C. Strik, Brian M. Yorgey, Mary E. Peterson, Patrick A. Jones, Jungmin Lee, Nahla V. Bassil, and Robert R. Martin

a machine harvestable, high-quality blackberry that has extremely large, attractive, and ornamental double flowers, which have many more petals than typical blackberries and that produce large, well-formed berries for the fresh or the processed fruit

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Yushu Li, Zongda Xu, Weiru Yang, Tangren Cheng, Jia Wang, and Qixiang Zhang

stage, flower primordium differentiation stage, sepal differentiation stage, petal differentiation stage, stamen differentiation stage, pistil differentiation stage, pistil elongation stage, and ovule and anther formation stage). Floral buds from