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Charles E. Johnson, Ed O'Rourke, and James E. Boudreaux

CM-A120). External fruit color was determined objectively by placing whole fruit from each cultivar on the eye lens of the spectrophotometer along the equator of each fruit. Four fruit were measured for external color at two points along the equator

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Charles E. Johnson, Ed O'Rourke, and James E. Boudreaux

(Minolta Instrument Systems, Ramsey, NJ) standardized with a white calibration plate (Minolta CM-A120). External fruit color was determined objectively by placing whole fruit from each cultivar on the eye lens of the spectrophotometer along the equator of

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Joan Lordan, Miquel Pascual, Francisco Fonseca, Víctor Montilla, Josep Papió, Josep Rufat, and Josep M. Villar

to study the cumulative shoot/branch growth between growing seasons (canopy without leaves). In the orthoimage technique, the photographs were taken using a digital single-lens reflex camera (D5100, Nikon, Japan) with a wide-angle zoom lens (SP AF 10

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Angela Knerl, Brendon Anthony, Sara Serra, and Stefano Musacchi

are processed with gap fraction theory to determine canopy porosity and shape ( Zhang et al., 2005 ). Commonly in forestry, digital cameras are equipped with fisheye, or hemispherical, lenses and paired with gap fraction models to estimate LAI and

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Bridget K. Behe, R. Thomas Fernandez, Patricia T. Huddleston, Stella Minahan, Kristin L. Getter, Lynnell Sage, and Allison M. Jones

camera mounted near the right eye lens. To avoid damaging the glasses, they must be handled by the more-flexible earpiece parts only. Once the participant slips the GET over their head, an adjustment strap holds the GET in place. Although relatively light

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C. Michael Bourget

standard lenses are available for the most popular styles of high-power LEDs. These are typically installed on each LED in the system. Reflectors like those used with HID lamps are generally ineffective because LEDs are directional sources. Individual

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Charles E. Johnson, Ed O'Rourke, and James E. Boudreaux

, NJ) standardized with a white calibration plate (Minolta CM-A120). External fruit color was determined objectively by placing whole fruit from each cultivar on the eye lens of the spectrophotometer along the equator of each fruit. Four fruit were

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Erfan K. Vafaie, H. Brent Pemberton, Mengmeng Gu, David Kerns, Micky D. Eubanks, and Kevin M. Heinz

, pupae, and exuviae were counted using a ×2.5 magnification head lens. In total, at least 2400 cuttings were inspected over the 2 years. Cuttings were sourced from propagators in Central America and South America, which also supply cuttings to other parts

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Dong Sub Kim, Steven B. Kim, Mike Stanghellini, Melody Meyer-Jertberg, and Steven A. Fennimore

(LENs) in California for one or two 8-month seasons ( Voth, 1989 ). Strawberry daughter plants harvested from the LENs in winter are either moved to high-elevation nurseries (HENs) in northeastern California and southcentral Oregon for propagation of

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Ningguang Dong, Qingmin Wang, Junpei Zhang, and Dong Pei

walnut cotyledons was revealed by reddish brown silver particles in stained sections (such as Fig. 2A 1). For each tissue, the number of silver particles in each of 30 visual fields in a section was counted under an oil lens (100× objective lens, 10