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Michael J. Adler and Carlene A. Chase

HortScience 35 196 198 Kobayashi, K. 2004 Factors affecting phytotoxic activity of allelochemicals in soil Weed Biol. Manage. 4 1 7 Liebman, M. Sundberg, D.N. 2006 Seed mass affects the

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Patrick J. Conner, Gunawati Gunawan, and John R. Clark

quantitative measures of seed development such as relative seed mass in determining seedlessness in progenies. There were significant differences between seedlings possessing the 214-bp p3_VvAGL11 allele and those that did not in all quantitative measures of

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Sara Arscott and Irwin Goldman

water. The seed samples (20 g broccoli, 10 g mung bean, 15 g onion) were then soaked for 10 h in their respective treatment solutions (100 mL). The seed mass for each species was chosen to give approximate similar seed volumes. The treatment solutions

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Jeffrey G. Norcini and James H. Aldrich

.M. 1994a Secondary seed dormancy in Coreopsis lanceolata Amer. Midland Naturalist 131 75 83 10.2307/2426610 Banovetz, S.J. Scheiner, S.M. 1994b The effects of seed mass on the seed ecology of Coreopsis lanceolata Amer. Midland Naturalist 131 65 74 10

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Sylvia Letícia Oliveira Silva, Renato de Mello Prado, Gilmara Pereira da Silva, Gabriel Barbosa da Silva Júnior, Monica Lanzoni Rossi, and Leónides Castellanos González

stage (R1 and R2), and it may have helped to keep the stigmata receptive and sticky, thereby increasing pollen efficacy and fertilization, the number of fruits, and the seed mass ( Padbhushan and Kumar, 2015 ). The elevated concentration of B in the

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Erin R. Haramoto and Daniel C. Brainard

suppression by cover crop residues: Effects of seed mass and timing of species sensitivity Weed Res. 51 177 186 Licht, M.A. Al-Kaisi, M. 2005 Strip-tillage effect on seedbed soil temperature and other soil physical properties Soil Tillage Res. 80 233 249 Luna

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Daniel J. Bell, Lisa J. Rowland, John Stommel, and Frank A. Drummond

Lipow, S.R. Wyatt, R. 1999 Diallel crosses reveal patterns of variation in fruit-set, seed mass, and seed number in Asclepias incarnata Heredity 83 310 318 Lyrene, P.M. 1983 Inbreeding depression in

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Limeng Xie, Patricia Klein, Kevin Crosby, and John Jifon

weight, soluble solids, pH, and seed mass ( Goldman et al., 1995 ; Paterson et al., 1991 ). Given the potential of being resistant to drought, its root system is interesting to investigate. Molecular markers are implemented extensively in breeding

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Paul M. Lyrene

seeds were dried on a desktop. The number of plump, well-developed seeds that appeared capable of germinating was estimated for each cross. Where there were fewer than 200 seeds, all were counted. Where there were more than 200, the total seed mass was