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Qin Yang, Yan Fu, Yalan Liu, Tingting Zhang, Shu Peng, and Jie Deng

xenia are explored, focusing on whether the appearance of xenia resulted from tissue formed by double fertilization. Based on this, the present study offers a revised classification of xenia as three types: double-fertilization xenia, non

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Kristen A. Saksa, Thomas W. Ilvento, and Susan S. Barton

the UD’s expressed interest in sustainability, there have been difficulties in obtaining widespread support within the UD community on the appearance and maintenance of sustainable landscape on Laird Campus. Negative comments from members of the

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Ruchen Zhou, Chengyan Yue, Shuoli Zhao, R. Karina Gallardo, Vicki McCracken, James J. Luby, and James R. McFerson

, participants were classified into three groups: experience attribute-oriented consumers, who valued fruit quality; search attribute-oriented consumers, who valued fruit appearance; and balanced consumers, who considered search attributes and experience

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Chengyan Yue, Manlin Cui, Eric Watkins, and Aaron Patton

the maintenance requirements. The most important attributes to participants were weed resistance, followed by growing well in both sun and shade, price, disease tolerance, water requirements, appearance, and mowing frequency. We then used EFA to reduce

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Kathleen Kelley, Jeffrey Hyde, James Travis, and Robert Crassweller

attitudes toward these labels and to determine if apples suitable for these production systems have a pleasing taste, texture, and visual appearance. Consumers are able to accurately detect apple maturity based on visual characteristics ( Richardson

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Touria E. Eaton, Douglas A. Cox, and Allen V. Barker

collected at harvest to determine EC ( Scoggins and van Iersel, 2006 ; Sonneveld, 1990 ) and pH. Ratings of plant quality. The rating data were taken at the end of each experiment. Plants were evaluated according to their appearance (presence or absence of

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Kathleen G. Haynes, Lincoln Zotarelli, Christian T. Christensen, and Stephanie Walker

the first and second field generation in each environment were tuber skin color, skin texture, shape, eye depth, appearance, flesh color, and length of dormancy. In each environment, clonal selections were made for future evaluations, and the agreement

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Hunter C. Smith, Jason A. Ferrell, and Tyler J. Koschnick

-quality landscaping year-round, but this becomes more difficult in climates that allow for a year-round growing season. Hedges must be trimmed numerous times to sustain the appearance desired by property owners. However, with each trimming event, landscapers must

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Javier Obando, Juan Pablo Fernández-Trujillo, Juan Antonio Martínez, Antonio Luis Alarcón, Iban Eduardo, Pere Arús, and Antonio José Monforte

McGlasson, 1993 ; Stepansky et al., 1999 ). Present-day regulations in the European Union and the United States are mostly based on tolerance to defects, absence of damage and decay, and morphological and appearance traits ( Crisosto and Mitchell, 2002 ; E

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M. Lenny Wells and Eric P. Prostko

throughout southern Georgia in which pecan trees growing in rows immediately adjacent to peanut fields developed hollow pecans. In-shell nut size and appearance was normal; however, the kernels failed to develop ( Fig. 1 ). Frequent observations in multiple