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Carter M. Westerhold, Samuel Wortman, Kim Todd, and Douglas Golick

( Kulhanek et al., 2017 ). The decline of pollinating insects is likely a result of multiple factors including changes in climate, parasites, disease, pesticides, and interactions among these factors ( Goulson et al., 2015 ). However, the greatest

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Jongyun Kim, Seung Won Kang, Chun Ho Pak, and Mi Seon Kim

Interest in interiorscaping with plants has increased rapidly over the past four decades with the need for green in the urban environment ( Manaker, 1997 ). House plants provide people with aesthetic appreciation and other beneficial effects. Plants

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Chad E. Finn, Andrew L. Thomas, Patrick L. Byers, and Sedat Serçe

Missouri, over the 3 years measured, there was no G × E, but there were differences among the genotypes and there was a significant G × Y interaction for number of shoots and plant height ( Table 4 ). There was also significant variability resulting from G

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Baldev Lamba and Grace Chapman

, water table, and niche – most of them reached out to touch plants.” “Lots of people were really excited about walking into the exhibit and experiencing the barrage of smells that greeted them.” “People were getting and sharing ideas as to what they can

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Jennifer Drew, Chengyan Yue, Neil O. Anderson, and Philip G. Pardey

price for Acer ( Table 4 ). Overall, the name trademark price premium averages 4.54%, which is considerably lower than plant patents. Estimated results for the plant patent and the trademark name interaction coefficient allow for an evaluation the

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Elizabeth T. Barton, Emily A. Barton, Susan Barton, Cheryl R. Boyer, Jim Brosnan, Paul Hill, Jared Hoyle, Judson Reid, Jamie Seger, and Eric Stafne

conversations, interactions between people, and active listening. In marketing literature, engagement is defined as the experiences people have within a media platform—specifically, “a collection of experiences” that relate to “a consumer’s beliefs about how a

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Creighton K. Thomas, Kwang Jin Kim, and Stanley J. Kays

. Sci. 38 11 15 Wolverton, B.C. Wolverton, J.D. 1995 Indoor humidification and purification. U.S. Patent 5,433,923 A Wood, R.A. Orwell, R. Tarran, J. Torpy, F. Burchett, M.D. 2002 Potted plant-growth media: interactions and capacities in removal of

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Ben A. Bergmann, John M. Dole, and Ingram McCall

temperatures are not a major issue for poinsettias in the retail environment because the optimum temperature for them is similar to that needed to keep people comfortable, but low temperatures can negatively impact plants, so it is recommended that plants be

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bare-root plants declined. Outdoor Visits May Improve Health among Older People Living in Long-term Care Poor perceived health is common among older people living in long-term care. Although many chronic diseases and impairments encountered in older

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Katrina J.M. Hodgson-Kratky, Olivier M. Stoffyn, and David J. Wolyn

percentage, rubber yield per plant, and percent survival but not for root dry weight per plant. The interaction effect between replicate site and population was not significant for all variables; therefore, data were pooled over the three replicate sites