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Stanisław Pluta and Edward Żurawicz

on the season/year), similar to ‘Titania’. ‘Tihope’ is highly self-fertile and produces large berries (1.5 g), significantly larger than ‘Titania’ (1.1 g). Berries are on medium-long strigs (≈6.3 cm) ( Fig. 1 ). On average, there are about nine fruits

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Mark K. Ehlenfeldt, Robert B. Martin, and Lisa J. Rowland

shed (Ehlenfeldt, personal observation). Pollen is shed freely from ‘Nocture’ flowers and is released when flowers are even lightly disturbed. ‘Nocturne’ has been shown to be highly self-fertile. ‘Nocturne’ fruit-set when self-pollinated was comparable

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Cecil T. Pounders

other four species. Studies of pollination in H. moscheutos indicate that the species is generally self-compatible but that the trait is variable with some lines rapidly develop inbreeding depression in progeny ( Snow and Spira, 1993 ). The five

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Anil Khar, Jernej Jakse, and Michael J. Havey

. Materials and Methods We obtained from N. Molenaar (formerly of Crookham Seed Co., Caldwell, ID) seed of a white onion (B11159) that produced flattened bulbs when grown in southern Wisconsin. Randomly selected bulbs from B11159 were individually self

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Sandra M. Reed, Keri D. Jones, and Timothy A. Rinehart

this putative hybrid are not known. Hydrangea arborescens × Hydrangea involucrata Sieb. hybrids were obtained without using in vitro procedures, but they have no commercial merit and do not appear to be fertile ( Jones and Reed, 2006 ). A hybrid

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Stanisław Pluta and Edward Żurawicz

. This gene was introduced to blackcurrant from gooseberry ( Ribes grossularia L.). Large-fruited, self-fertile blackcurrants of commercial potential were obtained in the third backcross ( Keep et al., 1982 ; Knight et al., 1974 ). In the agro

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Fenfen Yan, Zhiguo Liu, Mengjun Liu, Xingjuan Zheng, Zhi Luo, and Jiurui Wang

controlled pollination ( Sun et al., 2015 ; Wang et al., 2015 ). However, their characteristics of parthenocarpy, self-sterility, and cross-compatibility were not studied, and large hybrid populations have not yet been established. The aim of this study was

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Michelle M. Moyer, Jaqueline King, and Gary Moulton

evaluation; secondary considerations for rootstock selections are also listed: 1) ‘420A Millardet et de Grasset’ [420A ( Vitis berlandieri × Vitis rupestris selected for phylloxera resistance, low vigor, adaption to fertile soils, and ease of propagation

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Eddo Rugini, Cristian Silvestri, Marilena Ceccarelli, Rosario Muleo, and Valerio Cristofori

tetraploid LM3 cuttings were grafted with the cv. Canino, and compared with Canino grafted on Leccino wt , and both ungrafted and self-grafted Canino. In addition, the self-grafting of LM3-2 n and LM3-4 n was carried out. Bark grafting was performed in the

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Shengrui Yao

in the United States, we have built a collection of over 50 cultivars: some collected in the United States and the majority directly imported from China ( Yao, 2013 ). We have been evaluating them since acquisition. For cultivars, self-fertile