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Soumaila Sanogo, Osama I. El-Sebai, and Robert Sanderson

period. No saucers were placed under potted plants in this second set and plants were irrigated by gently adding water on top of soil with a plastic beaker to avoid splash onto aboveground plant parts. Soil water potential was monitored in potted plants

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William S. Castle, James Nunnallee, and John A. Manthey

tip-to-tip and plant-to-plant variability were equal, a sample size of seven root tips was adequate to represent one plant. A second run of the modified procedure confirmed the first results. The differences in Fe 3+ reduction rates among selections

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Keng Heng Chang, Rung Yi Wu, Geng Peng Chang, Ting Fang Hsieh, and Ren Shih Chung

dry weight and leaf area of the plants among all treatments at 18 MAP ( Table 3 ). There was no difference in the increase in flower number of the plants among all treatments at 6 MAP ( Table 3 ). Twelve MAP, the increase in flower number of plants

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César Mota-Cadenas, Carlos Alcaraz-López, M. Carmen Martínez-Ballesta, and Micaela Carvajal

coupled plasma spectrometry (Iris Intrepid II; Thermo Electron Corporation, Franklin, MA). Carbon analysis. The plants were dried in an oven at 65 °C until constant weight to determine the dry weight and to dry the samples of the different plant parts

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Amara R. Dunn, Lindsay E. Wyatt, Michael Mazourek, Stephen Reiners, and Christine D. Smart

both plant survival and yield ( McGrath and Fox, 2009 ). As discussed previously, total weight of marketable fruit is not the sole criterion for selecting a bell pepper variety for fresh market production. While differences among commercial varieties

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Bo Meyering, Adam Hoeffner, and Ute Albrecht

plants from Expt. 2 were shortest in MFL treated plants (2.0 cm) and longest in GA-treated plants (8.8 cm), but no significant differences were found among plants having received PCa1 or PBZ compared with the UTC. Table 2. Plant length, percent bolting

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Majken Pagter, Karen K. Petersen, Fulai Liu, and Christian R. Jensen

, continuous water-deficit, and cyclic water-deficit Fuchsia magellanica plants after 6 weeks of treatment (mean ± SE, n = 5). Different letters above bars indicate significant differences ( P < 0.05) among treatments according to Tukey's Studentized range

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Timothy L. Righetti, David R. Sandrock, Bernadine Strik, and Anita Azarenko

). Evaluation of mean NDFF for whole plants. Mean values for whole-plant NDFF significantly increased with N rate for all three genera ( Table 1 ). Differences among genera are most apparent at the lowest N rates. Euonymus had significantly higher NDFF than

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Ursula K. Schuch, H. Brent Pemberton, and Jack J. Kelly

same day to Tucson, Ariz. ‘Mister Lincoln’ plants were dissected into canes, shank, and roots at the end of each drying time to determine if the different plant parts lose moisture at different rates. Plants were placed in a drying oven at 60 °C for 10

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Jessica D. Lubell and Mark H. Brand

desire is to have ornamental plants with truer red color ( Behe et al., 1997 , 1999 ). One objective of this study was to evaluate flower color among H1 category, red-flowering rhododendron cultivars to identify those cultivars that produce the reddest