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Dan Jin, Philippe Henry, Jacqueline Shan, and Jie Chen

hybridization. Lastly, plant morphology includes both qualitative and quantitative traits. Qualitative traits are ratios of two measurements, for example, the ratio of the width and length of a central leaflet on a node. Quantitative traits are absolute

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Tessa Pocock

biochemical, developmental, and morphological characteristics. The control of LED lighting in horticulture goes beyond on or off and their adjustability can be used to regulate desirable plant processes while maintaining good yield and reducing energy use

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Hisayuki Kudo and Takeo Harada

morphology. We present evidence for the existence and function of this supracellular information signal between scion and rootstock. Materials and Methods Plant materials. Seed of Me tomato (LA324) was obtained from C.M. Rick (University of

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Weining Wang, Yanhong He, Zhe Cao, and Zhanao Deng

solid tetraploids ( Fig. 1 ). Induced tetraploids had 2 n = 4 x = 32 chromosomes whereas the diploids had 2 n = 2 x = 16 chromosomes ( Fig. 2 ). Table 2. Morphological differences between diploid (2 x ) and tetraploid (4 x ) plants of Impatiens

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Ying Ma, Xinduo Li, Zhanying Gu, and Jian’an Li

treatments were discontinued). Discussion The two chemical products tested in this study had different formulations that were responsible for differences in plant morphologies. Sg contains plant fertilizers, with potassium as its main ingredient. Potassium

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Jongyun Kim, Seung Won Kang, Chun Ho Pak, and Mi Seon Kim

physiological and morphological changes (i.e., acclimation), resulting either in increased light capture or improved light utilization. General acclimation responses to low light include higher shoot to root ratio (whole-plant level), increased leaf size per

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Kelly M. Oates, Thomas G. Ranney, and Darren H. Touchell

interspecific hybrids and R. ‘Henry Eilers’ ( Palmer et al., 2009 ). Evaluation of morphological traits and perennialness. Plants were transferred from 72-cell trays to 0.80-L pots in a 100% pine bark media [supplemented with 1.04 kg lime and 0.74 kg granular

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Fan Li, Shenchong Li, and Qinli Shan

development are 34 and 31 °C, respectively ( Prasad et al., 2006 ). The changes of plant growth temperature induce a range of morphological responses and alternations in biomass allocation, and such changes lead to different temperature dependence of yields

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Anakkaorn Wannajindaporn, Chitpan Kativat, and Piyada Alisha Tantasawat

. Therefore, optimal conditions need to be determined for individual plants and tissues. The effects of mutagens can be monitored via changes in morphological characters, genetic profiles, and chromosome numbers. The changes in morphological characters are

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Rosanna Freyre and Erin Tripp

widespread and morphologically highly variable taxon here recognized as Ruellia simplex Wright (“Britton’s Petunia,” “Mexican Petunia,” or “Mexican Bluebell”). Scientific names for this plant that have been used throughout the botanical and horticultural