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Allen V. Barker

on nitrate reduction is on relations between nitrogen and carbon and on structural and molecular approaches to understanding reduction. Environmental effects on nitrate uptake are reviewed. In the next chapter, nitrogen use at the leaf and canopy

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Allen V. Barker

cities in the World. The environmental effects of urbanization and the management of urban ecosystems are discussed in several paragraphs. The second chapter addresses mapping of urban soils and is written by contributing authors. The chapter introduces

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Mark W. Farnham

.E. Stephenson, K.K. Jed, W. 2004 Fahey. Genetic and environmental effects on glucosinolate content and chemoprotective potential of broccoli Plant Breed. 123 60 65 Hale, A.L. Farnham, M.W. Nzaramba, M.N. Collins, C.A. 2007 Heterosis for horticultural traits in

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Wayne W. Hanna and Brian M. Schwartz

). Inflorescence number varied greatly from plant to plant, which was probably because of environmental effects. Leaf length and width were similar for ‘M77’ and M90 ( Table 6 ). However, leaves of M90 were significantly longer than those of M77 at Tifton in 2013

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Rowcovers for Muskmelon Production Sustainable vegetable production using reduced tillage to maintain soil health and mitigate environmental effects, and rowcovers to manage pests and modify crop microclimate, is gaining popularity. Rowcovers have the

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Gabriele Gusmini, Luis A. Rivera-Burgos, and Todd C. Wehner

resistance has variation from plant to plant and rep to rep of 2–4 rating units. Observed variability of GSB outbreaks may be the results of genetic or environmental effects ( Wehner and Amand, 1993 ). These effects can modify pathogen aggressiveness, causing

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Dennis T. Ray, Maren Elizabeth Veatch-Blohm, Valerie Hunter Teetor, and Bruce Walsh

characteristics with high heritabilities, indicating low environmental effects. Heritability estimates of the traits associated with rubber concentration and rubber yield have been variable. In a study by Dierig et al. (2001) , variance from measured traits of

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Adriana Telias, Emily Hoover, and Diego Rother

objectives of this study were to determine whether blushed and striped fruit are distributed on the tree following a consistent pattern that could be explained by environmental effects or plant conditions; to assess the effect of crop load on the percentage

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Olya Rysin, Amanda McWhirt, Gina Fernandez, Frank J. Louws, and Michelle Schroeder-Moreno

, and higher concentration of micronutrients. Stevens et al. (2009) compared environmental effects of three cold-climate strawberry production systems: traditional matted row, advanced matted row (nonfumigated raised beds with subsurface drip

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Allen V. Barker

authors mention the occurrence of the phytochemicals in specific and common plants and give uses and environmental effects of the compounds. Although this chapter does not use a lot of unusual technical terms, readers need to have a good knowledge of plant