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Jiaqi Hu, Hye-Ji Kim, Houbin Chen, and Biyan Zhou

in the model plant arabidopsis ( Li et al., 2008 , 2010 ), little is known in evergreen woody plants. Litchi is a Sapindaceae evergreen woody plant. It is also an important fruit tree that is widely cultivated in southeast Asia. Flowering in litchi

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Scott B. Lukas, Joseph DeFrank, and Orville C. Baldos

classification system for seed dormancy Seed Sci. Res. 14 1 16 Baskin, J.M. Davis, B.H. Baskin, C.C. Gleason, S.M. Cordell, S. 2004 Physical dormancy in seeds of Dodonaea viscosa (Sapindales, Sapindaceae) from Hawaii Seed Sci. Res. 14 81 90 Boyd, R.S. Serafini

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Ricardo Goenaga and David Jenkins

native to Malaysia and Indonesia and is a member of the Sapindaceae family ( Tindall, 1994 ). The tree is strictly tropical and adapts to well-drained, clayey acid soils under a rainfall distribution of ≈2000 mm per year ( Goenaga, 2011 ; Tindall, 1994

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Ricardo Goenaga

Rambutan is a member of the soapberry (Sapindaceae) family and along with other important fruit crops such as lychee ( Litchee chinensis ) and longan ( Dimocarpus longan ) is native to southeast Asia ( Tindall, 1994 ). The edible portion of the

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Ricardo Goenaga, David Jenkins, and Angel Marrero

Lychee belongs to the Sapindaceae family and is native to southern China. The crop is grown commercially from latitude 17° to 32° and is usually found at low elevation in the subtropics and from 300 to 600 m in tropical locations ( Menzel and

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Scott B. Lukas, Joseph DeFrank, Orville C. Baldos, and Ruijun Qin

seed dormancy Seed Sci. Res. 14 1 16 Baskin, J.M. Davis, B.H. Baskin, C.C. Gleason, S.M. Cordell, S. 2004 Physical dormancy in seeds of Dodonaea viscosa (Sapindales, Sapindaceae) from Hawaii Seed Sci. Res. 14 81 90 Beligni, M.V. Lamattina, L. 2000

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Ying Wang, Ming Kang, and Hongwen Huang

an ex situ population of Eurycorymbus cavaleriei (Sapindaceae) as revealed by categorical paternity analysis Conserv. Genet. 9 559 567 Yamamoto, T. Tanaka, T. Kotobuki, K. Matsuta, N. Suzuki, M

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Lisa Keith, Tracie Matsumoto, Kate Nishijima, Marisa Wall, and Mike Nagao

Rambutan is a tropical tree in the Sapindaceae that produces delicious edible fruits, is native to Malaysia and Indonesia, and is commonly cultivated throughout Southeast Asia ( Morton, 1987 ). Rambutan flourishes from sea level to 600 m in tropical

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Brent Tisserat and Amy Stuff

sycamore ( Acer pseudoplatanus L., family Sapindaceae) whereby callus was removed from sucrose and grown solely on glycerol for short durations. Chicory hybrid ‘474’ ( Cichorium intybus L. var. sativum × C. endivia L. var. latifolia, family Asteraceae

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Natta Laohakunjit, Orapin Kerdchoechuen, Frank B. Matta, Juan L. Silva, and William E. Holmes

belongs in the same family ( Sapindaceae ) as the subtropical fruits lychee and longan and is relatively unknown in the United States ( Lam and Kosiyachinda, 1987 ; Macleod and Troconis, 1982 ; Ong et al., 1998 ). Sapodilla is best known as the source of