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Inga A. Zasada, Clyde L. Elmore, Lani E. Yakabe, and James D. MacDonald

MBA ( Fig. 2 ). There was a significant dose response of annual bluegrass to propargyl bromide in both years, with only the three highest treatment doses consistently yielding results that were not significantly different from MBC ( Table 3 ). At

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Cary A. Mitchell

assemble functional LED light recipes that work for specific crops. But even in sole-source LED lighting scenarios, researchers encounter unexpected plant responses. In a dose–response curve for stem elongation of cucumber between 100% red light and 100

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Djamila Rekika, Katrine A. Stewart, Guy Boivin, and Sylvie Jenni

variance. Logistic dose–response curves were used to estimate the number of days with covers required to achieve a 50% reduction in damage caused by carrot weevils using the computer Table Curve 2D (version 5.01; Systat Software, San Jose, CA

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Matthew A. Cutulle, H. Tyler Campbell, Monica Farfan, and Phillip A. Wadl

whereas replication was considered random. Means were separated according to Tukey’s honestly significant difference test. Data taken with regard to percent phytotoxicity were fit to a dose–response curve with a five-parameter log-logistic model

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

experiment were combined for analysis. Genotype means within extract concentrations were separated using Tukey's standardized range hsd ( P = 0.05). Nonlinear regression analyses (proc nlin; SAS System; SAS Institute) using the parallel dose–response

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Martin M. Williams II, Loyd M. Wax, Jerald K. Pataky, and Michael D. Meyer

with two mutant CYP alleles. Bunting et al. (2004) found that isoxadifen-ethyl increased foramsulfuron absorption, translocation, metabolism, and crop tolerance of a hybrid injured by foramsulfuron alone. In dose–response studies, a heterozygous

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Xingbin Xie, Congbing Fang, and Yan Wang

PcACS2 declined during 8 months of cold storage. With a dose response, 1-MCP inhibited the expression of PcACS1 , PcACS4 , PcACS5 , and PcACO1 , and delayed the transcription peaks. 1-MCP at 0.3 µL·L −1 totally inhibited the expression of PcACS4

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Sally M. Schneider, Husein A. Ajwa, Thomas J. Trout, and Suduan Gao

combining fumigant concentration monitoring with a bioassay test, a dose–response curve (soil pest control efficiency versus fumigant exposure) can be obtained and used to evaluate the effectiveness of fumigation methods and application rates. Fumigant

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Cody J. Stewart, S. Christopher Marble, Brian Jackson, Brian J. Pearson, P. Christopher Wilson, and Dwight K. Lauer

size distribution of standard and aged pine bark (PB) substrates used in herbicide efficacy trials. Dose-response studies. Amended substrates were used to fill 0.5-L nursery containers. After filling, containers were placed in a greenhouse and received

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M. Courtney, M. Mcharo, D. La Bonte, and W. Gruneberg

with the modified-relative-dose-response test Amer. J. Clin. Nutr. 81 1080 1087 Woolfe, J.A. 1992 Sweetpotato: An untapped food resource Cambridge University Press New York, NY