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Ying Gao, Hao Liu, and Dong Pei

comparisons of different studies. Morphological features that can be used as indicators of developmental stage have been identified in various plants. For example, flower bud development in Cyclocarya paliurus can be defined based on floret size, anther

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Jong-Yi Fang and Siguina Traore

-sized cultivar with a rosette growth habit. Its flowers are double (≈3 to 4 cm in diameter), magenta in color, and present a white fringe around the lobes. The leaves are plain green. This cultivar is fast-growing, moderately tolerant to heat so it is popularly

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Winston Elibox and Pathmanathan Umaharan

arranged minute flowers subtended by a brightly colored modified leaf, the spathe ( Croat, 1988 ). The size, shape, texture, color, and patterns on the spathe determine the commercial value of the cut flower; whereas its vase life determines its

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Ruby Valdez-Ojeda, José Luis Hernández-Stefanoni, Margarita Aguilar-Espinosa, Renata Rivera-Madrid, Rodomiro Ortiz, and Carlos F. Quiros

color of capsules and flowers ( Arce, 1999 ). This species' ecology, cultivation, and industrial applications have been researched previously ( Rivera-Madrid et al., 2006 ), but limited effort has been made to classify its cultivars based on bixin

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Michele Krucker, Rita L. Hummel, and Craig Cogger

bottom and a 0.8-cm wide by 1.2-cm tall rectangular hole on each of the four sides. No additional irrigation was applied on the days plants were fertilized. Plants were fertilized until the flower buds showed petal color ( Yoder Brothers, Inc., 1999

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Cecil Pounders, Tim Rinehart, and Hamidou Sakhanokho

the seedlings for other traits of ornamental interest, such as cold hardiness and pest resistance, can also be determined as the population ages and is exposed to more diverse environmental conditions. Flower size and color were both very uniform among

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Yan Hong and SiLan Dai

The fruits and flower color of agricultural products are very important for their commercial value. Anthocyanin, one of the key substances that makes plant organs present different colors, is coregulated by the development of the plant itself and

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Rebecca H. Wehry, Kathleen M. Kelley, Robert D. Berghage, and James C. Sellmer

ink ( Table 1 ); 2 ) a white “slim” tag with a black-and-gray PGS logo, a color image of verbena in peak flower, and the genus, species, and cultivar name printed in black ink; or 3) a larger tag with a color image of verbena in peak flower, and the

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Jonathan Phillips, E. Jay Holcomb, and Kathleen Kelley

three colors that are spaced equally apart on the color wheel, for example, red, blue, and yellow. Color has been found to play the most important role in consumer purchasing decisions for many horticultural products, including edible flowers, bedding

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Yu-Chun Chu and Jer-Chia Chang

not produce high fruit yield all of the year in Taiwan ( Chien and Chang, 2019 ). It has been found that although ‘Da Hong’ produces the most abundant flowers and fruits during the hottest period (August to September), the fruits are small (less than