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Le Luo, Chao Yu, Xuelian Guo, Huitang Pan, and Qixiang Zhang

entire. Petals 5, white or pink, obovate, apex erose. Hip red, oblong or ovoid, 1–1.8 cm in diameter, glabrous, often shiny, apex with a short neck and persistent, erect sepals. Other recorded botanical varieties of R. laxa include 1) var. mollis , 2

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Robert G. Nelson, Benjamin L. Campbell, Robert C. Ebel, and William A. Dozier Jr.

photographs of satsumas that differed in color, size, seediness, and blemishes and were labeled with different prices, production regions, and production practices. Shoppers were then asked to rate 20 combinations of photographs and labels in terms of their

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José Cuenca, Andrés García-Lor, José Juárez, José A. Pina, Luis Navarro, and Pablo Aleza

equatorial line, with a circular shape in the transverse section without neck ( Fig. 2 ). The fruit does not present persistent style, navel, or areola at the distal end. Peel color was measured with a Minolta CR-400 chroma-meter (Minolta Corp., Osaka, Japan

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Deborah Dean, Phillip A. Wadl, Xinwang Wang, William E. Klingeman, Bonnie H. Ownley, Timothy A. Rinehart, Brian E. Scheffler, and Robert N. Trigiano

color, leaf color retention, and outstanding cherry-red fruit production that persists into winter. For these reasons, it has become increasingly prevalent in horticultural commerce ( Dirr, 2007 ). At maturity, the shrub reaches 1.5 to 3.0 m (5 to 10

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Lisa Alexander

deeper green foliage color, wider leaves, larger and more textured flowers, a longer flowering period, more compact growth habit, and increased resistance to diseases and environmental stress ( Kumari and George, 2008 ; Van Huylenbroeck and van Laere

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José Cuenca, Pablo Aleza, José Juárez, José A. Pina, and Luis Navarro

between 70 and 126 g, and the broadest part is toward the distal end, circular shape in the transverse section with an absent neck ( Fig. 1A–B ). Fruits do not have areola or persistent style nor do they have radial grooves at the distal end. Fruit rind is

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James W. Olmstead and Chad E. Finn

a less persistent wax layer, even when hand-harvested. It is very dark when machine harvested because the wax is removed during the harvest process. Additionally, ‘Springhigh’ fruit are among the least firm of cultivars released from the University

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Paul R. Fantz

L. muscari . Flowers occur from mid-June through August. Flowers are purplish up close, but appear lighter in color to humans from a distance who have described them as bluish. This is from the eye observing the whitish rachis contrasting with the

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H. Chris Wien

include a consideration of color preferences for fall flowers, emphasizing the deeper orange and red shades. Specific varieties of sunflower, small-fruited varieties of pepper ( Capsicum annuum ) that bear fruit above the canopy, and grass species that

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John R. Clark and Chad E. Finn

and green-yellow ground color; medium-white lenticels; flesh white; medium firmness but melting; mildly sub-acid, delicate slightly aromatic flavor; ripens early midseason; moderate storage life. Tree: moderate vigor; spreading, open habit; 45