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Amanda J. Hershberger, David A. Knauft, and Carol D. Robacker

plant breeding program because it can confound selection schemes and greatly reduce selection effectiveness. Developmental patterns, reproductive timing, and breeding systems are all affected by the environment ( Sultan, 2000 ). Reproductive traits are

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Mark H. Brand, Jessica D. Lubell, and Jonathan M. Lehrer

successful ornamental in challenging planting locations also makes it potentially aggressive in natural environments. Although E. alatus is grown primarily for its dependable red fall foliage, its orange aril fruits are considered another important

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Natalie Bumgarner, Sheri Dorn, Esther McGinnis, Pam Bennett, Ellen Bauske, Sarada Krishnan, and Lucy Bradley

collaborations that enable CH scientists to contribute more consistently to current research focusing on the interaction of humans, plants, and natural or green environments. This work often encompasses a wide range of expertise, including environmental

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Kristin E. Gibson, Alexa J. Lamm, Fallys Masambuka-Kanchewa, Paul R. Fisher, and Celina Gómez

environments, and crop uniformity as primary benefits of using indoor plant propagation environments. Participant J, who worked for a company specializing in perennial ornamental plant production, said, “trying to light an entire greenhouse is very expensive

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Filippo Sgroi, Enrica Donia, Mário Franco, and Angelo Marcello Mineo

figure was then derived from the average savings of waste produced in 3 years. Obviously, less waste is produced the more a company is attentive to respecting the environment. Work 4. Work data: Measures concerning the number of women working in companies

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Mary Hockenberry Meyer

getting into the soil? How many of you have heard the term PLANT BLINDNESS? Botanists have done work on this. Here is the definition: “Plant blindness as: the inability to see or notice the plants in one's own environment —(a) the inability to recognize

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Yen-Cheng Chiang and Pei-Yi Weng

Under rapid urbanization, individuals in modern society are exposed to various stimuli and stressors and, thus, suffer from fatigue. Several studies have indicated that the negative physical and mental impacts of chronic stress extend to work

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Stephanie Burnett, Neil Mattson, Brian Krug, and Roberto Lopez

set points = 70/60 °F day/night), unheated high tunnel, and outdoor environment in Ithaca, NY, from 1 Apr. to 15 May 2010. Another highlight of our work with sustainable production has focused on finding alternatives to chemical growth retardants. Our

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Allen V. Barker

environments from across the United States, Urban Horticulture addresses the importance of horticulture to the lives, health, and well-being of people in populated areas. It examines public and private communities and state and federal programs to promote

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James Hancock, Cholani Weebadde, and Sedat Serçe

factors have limited the development of day-neutral cultivars for the east, including: 1) uncertainty about the genetics of the day-neutral trait; 2) genotype × environment interactions related to temperature; and 3) a narrow germplasm base. In this