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Shing-Shan Tsai and Yao-Chien Alex Chang

juvenile phase ( Schwabe, 1975 ). Orchids are perennial herbaceous plants, and their length of juvenility varies among species and cultivars ( Lee, 1991 ). For example, the duration of the juvenile phase in Spathoglottis Penang Beauty is only 2 years

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Christopher M. Menzel and Lindsay Smith

°C cooler during nursery plant development compared with those in the northern growing area. There are also differences in photoperiod, which can impact on growth, flowering, and fruit production in short-day strawberry plants ( Stewart and Folta

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Naa Korkoi Ardayfio and Harlene Hatterman-Valenti

. Native American tribes used many parts of the juneberry plant and the fruit was considered a staple ( St-Pierre, 2005 ). The pome contains several desirable nutrients and phytochemicals. Flavonols, anthocyanins, and phenolics are desirable nutrients known

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Lisa J. Rowland, Elizabeth L. Ogden, Fumiomi Takeda, David Michael Glenn, Mark K. Ehlenfeldt, and Bryan T. Vinyard

probably was. Third, relatively small but significant differences among genotypes were observed in LT 50 of the style, filament, anther, and exterior ovary ( Table 2 ). Minus the corolla, these were the flower parts that were most sensitive to freeze

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Diego A. Mata and Javier F. Botto

weight per unit plant height ( van Iersel and Nemali, 2004 ). Data were analyzed using analysis of variance and differences among treatment means were tested by Tukey's test ( P ≤ 0.05). Because results were similar and comparable between experiments

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Abu Shamim Mohammad Nahiyan and Yoh-ichi Matsubara

activity were higher in AMF plots than non-AMF in both ferns and roots ( Fig. 2 ). On the other hand, DPPH radical scavenging activity and polyphenol contents increased in most of the plant parts of AMF plots than non-AMF, except ferns in polyphenol

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Genhua Niu and Raul I. Cabrera

various ratios to irrigation water to create various salinity levels. Like greenhouse container studies, salt accumulation in the field varied among beds and locations within the same bed as a result of differences in water use of the plants and

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Desire Djidonou, Xin Zhao, Jeffrey K. Brecht, and Kim M. Cordasco

accumulation might be determined primarily by the differences in accumulated biomass rather than the nutrient concentrations in plant tissues. Significant differences were also observed among rootstocks with regard to accumulations of K and Ca. Leonardi and

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Lea Corkidi, Jeff Bohn, and Mike Evans

used to analyze significant differences among bifenthrin rates in each inoculum treatment, and differences between mycorrhizal and nonmycorhizal plants in each bifenthrin rate were analyzed with the Student's t test. The percentages of mycorrhizal

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Xiaonan Shi, Ricardo Hernández, and Mark Hoffmann

mother plant. Mother plants were then divided into three parts: leaves, crown, and root, dried at 70 °C for at least 72 h, and dry weight was measured (Mettler Toledo PL1502E, Mettler-Toledo International Inc.). Data analysis. The effect of stolon