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Christy T. Carter and Catherine M. Grieve

mineral concentrations (values are the means of three observations ± se ) in ‘Salmon Rose’ in response to two saline water ion compositions: concentrations of Colorado River water (CRW) and sea water dilutions (SWD). z Table 3. Effect of

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Huan-Ying Yao, Ren-Shih Chung, Sheng-Bin Ho, and Yao-Chien Alex Chang

grown in the greenhouse for 4 to 6 weeks but were leached with a substantial amount of reverse osmosis (RO) water (≈0.5 L/pot) before the experiment started. Effect of volume of displacing water applied. Plants (in 10.5-cm pots) were fertigated

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Michael J. Mahovic, Keith R. Schneider, Kim Cordasco, and Jeffrey K. Brecht

explored. The research reported in this paper was performed to determine the effect, if any, of C 2 H 4 in simulated ripening room conditions on the survival of Salmonella on the surfaces of whole tomato fruit. Materials and methods Tomato fruit were

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Timothy K. Broschat

, which resulted in the highest quality scores, had some of the lowest foliar K concentrations. This was likely due to a dilution effect. On the other hand, treatments 20 and 25, which had statistically equivalent quality scores to treatment 22, had some

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Peter Alem, Paul A. Thomas, and Marc W. van Iersel

higher CRF rates ( Fig. 4 ). This effect was highly significant but explained only 3% of the variation in shoot N ( Table 2 ) and may be the result of N dilution resulting from the positive effect of θ on shoot dry weight ( Fig. 3 ). Fig. 4. Shoot

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Howard F. Harrison Jr., W. Patrick Wechter, and Chandrasekar S. Kousik

were added to each dish. The seeds were incubated, frozen, and radicle lengths measured as described previously. A preliminary experiment examined the effect of the sequential dichloromethane and 70% methanol extracts. The extract concentrations were

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Desire Djidonou and Daniel I. Leskovar

late stage is related to the nutrient dilution effect as the plant allocates a higher amount of assimilates to the heart growth than those partitioned to the rosette formation. The dilution effect could also in part explain the consistently lower N

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Carl E. Niedziela Jr., Mary A. Depa, Paul V. Nelson, Daniel H. Willits, Mary M. Peet, David A. Dickey, and Nancy C. Mingis

in plants under increased CO 2 is dilution by increased photosynthetic C accumulation ( Taub and Wang, 2008 ). Fangmeier et al. (2002) noted that although total accumulation of macro- and micronutrients increased in potato tubers grown under

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M. Lenny Wells

absence of Zn can lead to Zn deficiency through a dilution effect brought about by an increase in growth resulting from the N application ( Loneragan and Webb, 1993 ). Although acidifying N fertilizers such as AS can lead to an increase in the availability

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Deron Caplan, Mike Dixon, and Youbin Zheng

have a dilution effect on THC, THCA, and CBGA. Although the dilution effect was apparent with increasing fertilizer rate, it did not have a substantial impact on the total per-plant yield of most cannabinoids. This was evidenced by a lack of correlation