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Ebrahiem M. Babiker, Stephen J. Stringer, Barbara J. Smith, and Hamidou F. Sakhanokho

, including V. darrowii Camp, V. angustifolium Ait., V. virgatum Ait., V. elliottii Chapm., V. tenellum Ait., V. pallidum Ait., V. myrsinites Lam., and V. stamineum Lam. ( Brevis et al., 2008 ; Ehlenfeldt et al., 1995 ; Hancock et al., 1995

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Katherine M. Ghantous, Hilary A. Sandler, Wesley R. Autio, and Peter Jeranyama

of FC in cranberry. For decades, prescribed burning has been used in perennial woody lowbush blueberry ( Vaccinium myrtilloides and V. angustifolium ) cultivation as a method of pruning to increase yield and aid in the control of weeds, pests, and

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Scott Neil White and Linshan Zhang

Lowbush blueberry ( V. angustifolium ) is an economically important fruit crop in Canada that contributed $47.4 million CAD to farm gate value in 2017 ( Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, 2019 ). The plant is a rhizomatous perennial shrub ( Hall et

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Mark K. Ehlenfeldt, James J. Polashock, Allan W. Stretch, and Matthew Kramer

Mummy berry is one of the most important diseases of blueberry in North America ( Eck and Childers, 1966 ). The disease affects all cultivated species, including highbush ( Vaccinium corymbosum L.), lowbush ( V. angustifolium Aiton), and

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Alisson P. Kovaleski, Jeffrey G. Williamson, James W. Olmstead, and Rebecca L. Darnell

differentiation in blueberry. Bell and Burchill (1955) described the formation of individual flowers within the inflorescence bud in lowbush blueberry ( V. angustifolium ). Gough et al. (1978b) described the development of the inflorescence in field

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Jessica L. Gilbert, James W. Olmstead, Thomas A. Colquhoun, Laura A. Levin, David G. Clark, and Howard R. Moskowitz

Blueberries [northern highbush ( Vaccinium corymbosum ), southern highbush ( V. corymbosum hybrids), rabbiteye ( V. virgatum ), and lowbush ( V. angustifolium )] are an economically important small fruit crop in the United States with 277 million

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Lisa W. DeVetter, David Granatstein, Elizabeth Kirby, and Michael Brady

on a smaller scale in the United States and are included in USDA data as “cultivated” blueberries. These are different from lowbush ( V. angustifolium ) blueberries that are also reported by USDA as “wild (Maine)” blueberries. Table 2. Highbush

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Hirotoshi Tsuda, Hisato Kunitake, Mai Yamasaki, Haruki Komatsu, and Katsunori Yoshioka

myrtillus ) and ‘Northblue’ blueberry ( Vaccinium corymbosum × V. angustifolium ) Food Chem. 110 156 160 10.1016/j.foodchem.2008.01.057 Rousi, A. 1963 Hybridization between Vaccinium uliginosum and cultivated blueberry Ann. Agr. Fenniae 2 12 18 Rousi, A

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Giovani Rossi, Floyd M. Woods, and Courtney P. Leisner

represented by northern highbush blueberries ( V. corymbosum L.), lowbush or “wild blueberries” ( V. angustifolium Aiton), and rabbiteye blueberries ( V. virgatum Aiton; syn. V. ashei Reade). Southern highbush is an additional ecotype of blueberry, which

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David R. Bryla and Bernadine C. Strik

S and water use have been associated with increased photosynthetic activity during fruit ripening in lowbush blueberry ( V. angustifolium Ait.) ( Hicklenton et al., 2000 ). However, it is important to point out that ‘Elliott’, which produced the