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Tongyin Li, Guihong Bi, Judson LeCompte, T. Casey Barickman, and Bill B. Evans

.J.M. 2010 Probing the mechanisms of the yellow vine syndrome development in the american cranberry: Shade effect HortScience 45 1345 1348 Weisshaar, B. Jenkins, G.I. 1998 Phenylpropanoid biosynthesis and its regulation Curr. Opin. Plant Biol. 1 252 257 Winke

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Seong-Hyun Park and Richard H. Mattson

contained single plants of arrowhead vine, cretan brake fern, variegated vinca, and yellow star jasmine, arranged with two plants each of dendrobium, peace lily, golden pothos, and kentia palm. Measurements. Medical and psychological data were collected from

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Janel L. Ohletz and J. Brent Loy

) suggested that high-tunnel production of melons intended for New England markets was not economically feasible. Another major factor limiting production of melons in New England and throughout the northeastern United States for several decades is a syndrome

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Ying-Chun Chen, Chen Chang, and Huey-Ling Lin

The genus Passiflora L. is a group of about 520 species that grow as vines, shrubs, or small trees in tropical, subtropical, and occasionally temperate areas ( Ulmer and MacDougal, 2004 ). Also known as passion flowers, numerous species in this