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Christopher T. Werle, Karla M. Addesso, Blair J. Sampson, Jason B. Oliver, and John J. Adamczyk

Tedders, 1999 ; Werle et al., 2014 ). So in addition to the physical barrier created by kaolin, its bright white color should provide an excellent visual deterrent to ambrosia beetles. While not necessarily a direct cause of adult mortality, a physical

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Paul R. Fantz

lighter in color. The perianth is persistent during early stages of fruit development, then losing pigmentation upon drying and finally dropping. Androecium. Liriopogon androecia have six stamens that are free and extrose, but exhibit two distinct types

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Asmita Paudel, Youping Sun, Larry A. Rupp, and Richard Anderson

persistent leaves throughout the winter over the 4-year period, which is different from typical deciduous alder-leaf mountain mahogany. It can be considered an evergreen cultivar of C. montanus , which makes it one of the rare broadleaf evergreens found in

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Thomas Sotiropoulos, Nikolaos Koutinas, and Anastasia Giannakoula

the 5th till the 9th year of the trees), the annual fruit production per tree of ‘Naoussa’ grafted on BA 29 rootstock averaged 63.4 kg, and was higher than ‘Coscia’ ( Table 1 ). Yield efficiency of the cultivar Naoussa was also higher. Bark color of 1

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Robert Lawrence Jarret and Terry Berke

predominantly large solitary flowers that were dull white as noted by Pickersgill et al. (1979) . PIs 281442 and 315018 (and others) yielded fruits that were either red or chocolate in color but were otherwise near identical in appearance, suggesting

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Jack E. Staub, Matthew D. Robbins, Yingmei Ma, and Paul G. Johnson

the result of the broad range of flowering times, panicle size, leaf width and color, and plant form of modern cultivars, which allows for their use in horticultural applications ranging from formal gardens to informal native urban landscapes ( Wilson

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Georgios Syrgiannidis, Thomas Sotiropoulos, Antonios Petridis, and Ioannis Therios

distances 4 × 2 m apart and trained as a palmette. Bark color of 1- to 2-year-old shoots is gray. Branch lenticels are oval, 0.4 to 0.6 mm in diameter, and gray–white. Mixed buds are born on 1-year-old shoots and spurs generally are found on 2-year-old or

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Hazel Y. Wetzstein, Zibin Zhang, Nadav Ravid, and Michael E. Wetzstein

., 2006 ). The pomegranate fruit is spherical, crowned with a persistent calyx, and covered with a leathery pericarp derived from sepals and adhering floral tissue. Developing from a flower with showy crenulated petals, the hypogenous ovary contains a

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Megan M. Kennelly, Timothy C. Todd, Derek M. Settle, and Jack D. Fry

, personal communication, 2009; A. Jonathan Shaw, Duke University, Department of Biology, Durham, NC, personal communication, 2009). Persistent lack of sporophyte structures made further identification difficult, because most Bryum species cannot be

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Gerry H. Neilsen, Denise Neilsen, Frank Kappel, and T. Forge

gauge; Shimpo America Corp, Ithasca, IL) were measured on a 20-fruit subsample. Color was also determined on the 20 fruit using the Michigan State University 1 to 5 scale chart (Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI). Juice extracted from this