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Richard L. Bell

selections) to 9. ‘Bartlett’ was sampled for 14 years. Fruit characteristics included harvest date, fruit size and shape, skin color, percentage blush, russet, overall appearance, texture (flesh fineness), texture type, juiciness, overall grittiness and grit

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Kuan-Hung Lin, Shao-Bo Huang, Chun-Wei Wu, and Yu-Sen Chang

plants and untreated control plants were housed in heat growth chambers for 1 h; all plants were then placed in the aforementioned greenhouse at NTU for 14 d, and lateral bud sprouting (%), new leaves (number), and appearance of all test plants were

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Ben A. Bergmann, John M. Dole, and Ingram McCall

of each week. Days to a plant having an unacceptable appearance, as judged by pronounced wilting or dropping of leaves and/or bracts, was recorded, if it occurred before the end of an experiment. The same data were recorded by the same evaluator

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Hakan Aktas, Derya Bayındır, Tuba Dilmaçünal, and M. Ali Koyuncu

diseases, advanced ripening, and senescence impact the quality of harvested tomato fruit, particularly after storage ( Ali et al., 2010 ). Tomatoes harvested as bunches have a fresh appearance, an advantage in the marketplace. Because multiple fruit are

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Molly Felts, Renee T. Threlfall, John R. Clark, and Margaret L. Worthington

for the attributes of muscadine grapes ( Table 1 ). The same descriptive panel evaluated the muscadine grapes for attributes including aroma ( n = 9), external appearance ( n = 7), internal appearance ( n = 3), basic tastes ( n = 3), aromatics ( n

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Preeti Sood, Chris Ference, Jan Narciso, and Ed Etxeberria

. Weekly examination of the label appearance and surrounding area was performed. Peel stability was determined on the basis of a visual rating scale according to the shrinkage of the skin around label as follows: 0 = no shrinkage, 1 = very low, 2 = low, 3

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Mary Jane Clark and Youbin Zheng

: winter injury, vegetative coverage, plant growth, and visual appearance. Winter injury was measured for each plot by visually estimating the percent of shoots per Sedum species showing leaf desiccation in the spring (i.e., 8 Apr. 2011). Vegetative

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Chengyan Yue, Jingjing Wang, Eric Watkins, Stacy A. Bonos, Kristen C. Nelson, James A. Murphy, William A. Meyer, and Brian P. Horgan

estimated using the TOBIT procedure in STATA. Results and Discussion Summary statistics. Table 1 presents the four trait clusters used in this study: appearance, disease and pest resistance, abiotic stress resistance, and growth characteristics. The traits

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Cevriye Mert

cherry cultivars were of similar appearance in cross-section. The exine is subdivided into two components, sexine and nexine, and is of the tectate type ( Fig. 2B, D ) as shown by Esau (1977) . The tectum is continuous and has small spinses. Murray

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Mary Jane Clark and Youbin Zheng

potential cold stress resulting from elevation above the roof surface. During the study, mean monthly air temperature ranged from 22.7 to –2.9 °C in July and Jan. 2012, respectively. Table 1. Plant winter injury, overall appearance, and bloom duration for