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Gayle M. Volk

Information Facility (GBIF) uses the TDWG standards for the Darwin Core and Geospatial Extensions to document primary plant and animal biodiversity data and associated metadata ( Tuama, 2008 ). The data are available through a Data Portal and as of Sept. 2009

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Kent D. Kobayashi, Theodore J.K. Radovich, and Brooke E. Moreno

striving to address the industry's need for information, personnel, and understanding of organic and sustainable agriculture production systems ( Lamb et al., 2005 ). Horticultural education at various universities and colleges is focusing on teaching

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Yun-Im Kang, Hyang Young Joung, Dae Hoe Goo, Youn Jung Choi, Mok Pil Choi, Hye Ryun An, Jae-Young Ko, Kang-Joon Choi, Ki Hwan Lee, and Kye Wan Hong

objective was to determine the demands of the industry and producers and to gather specific information regarding diseases, pests, and horticultural problems in relation to their severity and differences among cultivars. Materials and methods The

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Michael A. Fidanza, David L. Sanford, David M. Beyer, and David J. Aurentz

( Chang and Miles, 1989 ; Stamets, 2000 ). The ingredients are mixed, blended, and irrigated thoroughly, placed inside a production facility, and pasteurized with steam heat to sterilize the substrate before inoculation with mushroom spawn ( Wuest, 1982

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Ann Marie VanDerZanden, Cynthia Haynes, Gail R. Nonnecke, and Robert Martin

academic year, the college offered study abroad opportunities in more than 20 countries on all seven continents ( Woteki and Acker, 2004 ). The purpose of this study was to evaluate the Horticulture Travel Course (Hort 496) to determine whether it meets the

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Courtney D. DeKalb, Brian A. Kahn, Bruce L. Dunn, Mark E. Payton, and Allen V. Barker

peatmoss, perlite, and dolomitic limestone; Sun Gro Horticulture). Peat-lite media were either used unblended, or blended with 20% C1 (the aged 2012 compost used in Expt. 3) or 20% C2 (a fresh batch of YWC obtained from the Norman Composting Facility on 12

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Joey H. Norikane

Plant-based biopharmaceuticals are gaining acceptance in the pharmaceutical industry. Fraunhofer USA, Inc. Center for Molecular Biotechnology is a nonprofit company that has a pilot plant facility to produce vaccines and therapeutics for clinical

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Mikal E. Saltveit

horticultural crops and to the training of students in postharvest biology and technology. The Mann Laboratory is part of the Department of Plant Sciences in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. The facility was named after Dr. Louis K. Mann

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Jack E. Staub, Vanessa S. Gordon, Philipp Simon, and Todd C. Wehner

facility (Madison, WI) to confirm their predicted chilling response based on their cytoplasmic constitutions ( Gordon, 2009 ; Gordon and Staub, 2011 ; Gordon and Staub, 2013 ). Subsequently, both chilling-tolerant and chilling-sensitive ABL [i.e., BC 1

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Orville C. Baldos, Aleta Corpuz, and Lindsey Watanabe

wild population in West Oahu by botanist Joel Lau in Dec. 2012, and deposited at the Harold Lyon Arboretum in Honolulu. In June 2016, a plant from that collection was brought to the University of Hawaii at Manoa Magoon Research Facility for evaluation