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Robert Lawrence Jarret and Terry Berke

contains little if any information on the range of fruit morphological characteristics present in this species. Pickersgill et al. (1979) used numerous morphologically distinct forms of C. chinense in a study to examine phylogenetic relationships within

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M. Joseph Stephens, Julia R. Enfield, and Harvey K. Hall

‘Wakefield’ is a new floricane-fruiting red raspberry ( Rubus idaeus L.) cultivar from The New Zealand Institute for Plant and Food Research Limited [Plant and Food Research (PFR)] and Northwest Plant Company joint raspberry breeding program

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Brian Lawrence and Juan Carlos Melgar

blackberries each were used to easily count red drupelets and see if there was fruit leakiness. Each cultivar was harvested three times during peak production (144 fruit per day, totaling 432 fruit), as shown in Table 1 , except ‘Prime-Ark ® Traveler’ which

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Horacio E. Alvarado-Raya, Rebecca L. Darnell, and Jeffrey G. Williamson

nongirdled control, reflecting the significant decrease in fruit number. Late girdling decreased root dry weight, but had no effect on final dry weight of any other organ. Table 2. Dry weight partitioning in Tulameen red raspberry as affected by

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Richard D. Richins, Laura Hernandez, Barry Dungan, Shane Hambly, F. Omar Holguin, and Mary A. O'Connell

The red-, orange-, and yellow-pigmented fruit in Capsicum spp. is the result of accumulation of carotenoids, both carotenes and xanthophylls, in the pericarp ( Wall et al., 2001 ). These pigments have beneficial nutritional value as precursors

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Duane W. Greene

), and this is the approximate time initial set and fruit size was taken on these trees. Therefore, it is not surprising to find that ProCa had little or no effect at this time. Cell division occurs slowly for a period of time after pollination, and then

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Ksenija Gasic, John E. Preece, and David Karp

width ∼0.91 m; leaves deeply lobed, dark green; propagation by tissue culture preferred; highly productive; cold hardy USDA Zone 7. Little Ruby. Compact, cold hardy plant with medium size, common-type, sweet red fruit, and strawberry-colored pulp

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Sarah M. Bharath, Christian Cilas, and Pathmanathan Umaharan

), whereas fruit with a pebbled epidermis revealed lignified cells and increased suberin levels immediately at the pebbled zones (red-stained regions). Notably, larger pebbled areas displayed considerable cell wall lignification and suberized zones ( Fig. 4B

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Govinda Sapkota, Efren Delgado, Dawn VanLeeuwen, F. Omar Holguin, Nancy Flores, Robert Heyduck, and Shengrui Yao

Ziziphus jujuba Mill., commonly known as Chinese date, or red date, originated in China more than 4000 years ago, where more than 800 cultivars are reported ( Chen et al. 2013 ). It is a nutritionally important fruit crop that belongs to the

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Emily C. Baisden, Douglas W. Tallamy, Desiree L. Narango, and Eileen Boyle

families.) Supplemental Fig. 9. Arrowwood viburnum insect family comparisons pie chart; enhanced fruiting cultivar and straight species. 71.8 % similarity. (See Supplemental Table 1 for common names of families.) Supplemental Fig. 10. Red maple insect