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Tommy E. Thompson and L.J. Grauke

to the development of any new cultivars. Literature Cited Grauke, L.J. Thompson, T.E. 1996 Pecans and hickories 185 239 Janick J.A. Moore J.N. Fruit breeding. III. Nuts Wiley and Sons

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Tommy E. Thompson and L.J. Grauke

new cultivars. It is requested that appropriate recognition be made if this germplasm contributes to the development of a new cultivar. Literature Cited Grauke, L.J. Thompson, T.E. 1996 Pecans and hickories 185 239 Janick J.A. Moore J.N. Fruit breeding

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Tommy E. Thompson, L.J. Grauke, and William Reid

.J. Thompson, T.E. 1996 Pecans and hickories 185 239 Janick J.A. Moore J.N. Fruit breeding III. Nuts. Wiley and Sons, Inc New York Hodge, F.B. 1975 Handbook of American Indians north of Mexico

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Tommy E. Thompson and L.J. Grauke

, L.J. Thompson, T.E. 1996 Pecans and hickories 185 239 Janick J.A. Moore J.N. Fruit breeding. III. Nuts Wiley and Sons, Inc New York, NY Hodge, F.B. 1975 Handbook of American

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Qin Yang, Yan Fu, Yalan Liu, Tingting Zhang, Shu Peng, and Jie Deng

further xenia research. For example, the classification of xenia in Carya cathayensis Sarg., or Chinese hickory, is perplexing. Based on the currently accepted definitions of xenia, the xenia in C. cathayensis should be classified as xenia because the

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Leonardo Lombardini, Astrid Volder, Monte L. Nesbitt, and Donita L. Cartmill

ponder—Leafminers and hickory shuckworm in New Mexico, 2010. Proc. 45 th Annu. Western Pecan Growers Assn., Las Cruces, NM. p. 8–10 Thalmann, C. Freise, J. Heitland, W. Bacher, S. 2003 Effects of defoliation by horse chestnut leafminer ( Cameraria

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Fan Cao, Yunchu Wei, Xinwang Wang, Yongrong Li, and Fangren Peng

Pecan [ Carya illinoinensis (Wangenh.) K. Koch], a member of the hickory ( Carya spp., Juglandaceae) genus, is native to North America. As a long-lived perennial tree crop, it has evolved from being a relatively minor wild component of riparian

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David M. Czarnecki II, Madhugiri Nageswara Rao, Jeffrey G. Norcini, Frederick G. Gmitter Jr, and Zhanao Deng

an independent estimate (Φ st ) of population differentiation. A Bayesian approach ( Holsinger et al., 2002 ; as implemented in HICKORY, version 1.0; Holsinger and Lewis, 2003 ) was used to obtain another independent estimate of within

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Marisa Y. Thompson, Jennifer J. Randall, Dawn VanLeeuwen, and Richard J. Heerema

studies of flowering pathways in woody perennial species, such as apple ( Malus × domestica ), citrus ( Citrus sp.), chinese hickory ( Carya cathayensis ), pear ( Pyrus sp.), pecan, and poplar ( Populus sp.) have confirmed conservation of several A

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Patrick J. Conner

except that only two sprays are applied in August to control hickory shuckworm ( Cydia caryan ) and pecan scab is left untreated. One to three trees of various cultivars and selections were grafted in a single block randomized design into this trial to