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Hyojin Kim, Ho-Hyun Kim, Jae-Young Lee, Yong-Won Lee, Dong-Chun Shin, Kwang-Jin Kim, and Young-Wook Lim

York, NY Chalmers, R.L. Begley, C.G. Caffery, B. 2010 Validation of the 5-item dry eye questionnaire (DEQ-5): Discrimination across self-assessed severity and aqueous tear deficient dry eye diagnoses Cont. Lens Anterior Eye 33 55 60 Choi, J.Y. Yang, D

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Ying Gao, Hao Liu, and Dong Pei

a vernier caliper to measure the length of the 20 catkins and excised florets under the lens (×2). Photographs were taken by digital camera (FinePix S602; Fujifilm, Tokyo, Japan) and on a microscope (×4) (SZ61-SET; Olympus, Tokyo, Japan) ( Fig. 1

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Ze Li, Xiaofeng Tan, Zhiming Liu, Qing Lin, Lin Zhang, Jun Yuan, Yanling Zeng, and Lingli Wu

regenerate shoots, mainly in species of legume plants including dry bean ( Phaseolus vulgaris L.) ( McClean and Grafton, 1989 ), lentil ( Lens culinaris ) ( Bermejo et al., 2012 ; Chhabra et al., 2008 ; Warkentin and McHughen, 1993 ), mung bean ( Vigna

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Grant L. Thompson, Cynthia L. Haynes, and Samantha A. Lyle

cuttings cannot be obtained or if the features are larger than the scanner, this method is not suitable. High-end graphical scanners can be expensive ($3000–$4000) but are of a similar cost range of high-end digital cameras with good or multiple lenses

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John L. Griffis Jr.

materials included PowerPoint presentations, videos, handouts, plastic bags and paper towels for seed germination, seeds, hand lenses, handheld pH and EC meters, local plant materials, and various other local items as needed. Completion certificates were

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Clint Hoffmann, Brad Fritz, Dan Martin, Ryan Atwood, Tim Hurner, Mark Ledebuhr, Matt Tandy, John L. Jackson, and Gail Wisler

required a closer distance to avoid depositing spray material on the lenses of the droplet measurement unit. Denser sprays required further distance to insure that the spray cloud density did not prevent the diffracted laser light from reaching the

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John Diaz, Susan Webb, Laura Warner, and Paul Monoghan

particular outcome—food production, nutrition, community engagement, etc.—it seems that organizations may accept multiple and varied outcomes.” Although this study provided a comprehensive lens toward program benefits, it did not demonstrate a process for

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Robert C. Morrow

( Kim et al., 2004 ). The body of data for plants grown under LED lighting continues to increase as more LED systems become available. The first work with LEDs for plant lighting used red LED arrays made of individually lensed devices. At that time

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Wanploy Jinagool, Lia Lamacque, Marine Delmas, Sylvain Delzon, Hervé Cochard, and Stéphane Herbette

having demonstrated a correlation between vulnerability to cavitation and wood anatomy traits ( Guet et al., 2015 ; Hacke et al., 2001 ; Lens et al., 2011 ). Given the lack of difference between these Persian walnut cultivars, we investigated the

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Jeremy S. Cowan, Debra A. Inglis, and Carol A. Miles

was illuminated from above and below and photographed using a digital single-lens reflex camera (EOS Digital Rebel xT; Canon USA, Lake Success, NY) with an 18–55 mm lens (EFS 18-55, Canon USA) mounted 14 inches above the sample. Images were captured