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Satoru Motoki, Tianli Tang, Takumi Taguchi, Ayaka Kato, Hiromi Ikeura, and Tomoo Maeda

immediately frozen at –40 °C, except for samples for water content investigation. Table 1. Differences in the water, rutin, and protodioscin content among different asparagus plant parts. Fig. 1. Sampling parts of asparagus. Water content. The water content

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Satoru Motoki, Kazuki Okada, Shumpei Imai, Takumi Taguchi, and Akira Kanno

. Several previous studies have compared the differences between the sexes of asparagus in terms of spear weight and yield; however, few studies have made such comparisons for 1-year-old plants ( Koizumi et al. 2003 ; Robbins and Jones 1925 ; Uragami et al

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Nicolas Tremblay, Edith Fallon, and Noura Ziadi

-field variations in plant-available soil N are affected by differences in soil characteristics, they are hard to predict from readily mapped variables. Delin and Lindén (2002) found large variations in net N mineralization (Nm) both within field and between years

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Daike Tian, Ken M. Tilt, Jeff L. Sibley, Floyd M. Woods, and Fenny Dane

‘Embolene’, was used to evaluate response to planting times and disbudding. Expts. 1 and 2 were conducted in 2005 and 2007, respectively. Expt. 1 evaluated if lotus growth was influenced by disbudding or planting time with a difference less than 1 month in

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C.M. Menzel and L. Smith

; Stapleton et al., 2001 ). The temperatures in these northern areas are up to 10 °C lower than those in Florida during the 6 to 8 weeks before the plants are dug ( Chandler et al., 1989 ). There are also differences in photoperiod among the different nursery

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M. Pilar Bañados, Bernadine C. Strik, David R. Bryla, and Timothy L. Righetti

less weight in all plant parts. Over winter, total DW decreased from Oct. 2002 to Feb. 2003 as a result of leaf abscission and removal of wood during pruning ( Fig. 1A ). After pruning in Winter 2002–2003, there was no difference in plant DW among the 0

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Kwang Jin Kim, Hyun Hwan Jung, Hyo Won Seo, Jung A. Lee, and Stanley J. Kays

Indoor plants can remove VOCs from the air in homes and offices, some of which are known to be highly toxic. The rate of removal (generally expressed on a LA basis as μg·m −3 ·m −2 ·h −1 ) is known to differ substantially among species ( Kays, 2011

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Jessica D. Lubell and Jacob A. Griffith Gardner

There is increased interest among ornamental plant growers to identify native shrubs that can be produced commercially for the nursery and landscape industry. Native shrubs must propagate readily from stem cuttings because this method yields uniform

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Tongyin Li, Guihong Bi, Genhua Niu, Susmitha S. Nambuthiri, Robert L. Geneve, Xueni Wang, R. Thomas Fernandez, Youping Sun, and Xiaojie Zhao

(version 9.3; SAS Institute, Cary, NC). Comparisons of means among treatments were conducted using Fisher’s least significant difference test at P < 0.05. Results Plant Growth. No significant differences in plant height or PGI were seen among containers

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Ana Bian and Dongming Pan

ash, where n = 10). Differences among means were determined by Tukey’s multiple range test. P values less than 0.05 were considered statistically significant. Result Plant growth under salt stress. Injury of N. tazetta L. seedlings was observed