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Bhaskar R. Bondada

differentiation in plants Holt Rinehart Winston New York, NY Esau, K. 1977 Anatomy of seed plants 2nd Ed Wiley New York, NY Fisher, D.G. 1985 Morphology and anatomy of the leaf of Coleus blumei (Lamiaceae) Amer. J. Bot. 72 392 406 Galet, P. 1979 A practical

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Fan Cao, Xinwang Wang, Zhuangzhuang Liu, Yongrong Li, and Fangren Peng

; Fouad et al., 1992 ; Smith and Chiu, 1980 ; Wolstenholme and Allan, 1975 ) to induce roots for pecan stem cuttings. To understand adventitious root formation, the anatomy of roots for pecan stem cuttings has been studied ( Brutsch et al., 1977 ; Fayek

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Fengxia Shao, Sen Wang, Zhiming Liu, Rongyan Hong, and Tianjiao Zhao

). However, seed abortion is a common phenomenon in Chinese jujube, which prevents the formation of viable seeds, restricts crossbreeding efficiency, and presents a challenge in obtaining hybrid progeny. Thus, it is critical we acquire an understanding the

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Olga Dichala, Ioannis Therios, Magdalene Koukourikou-Petridou, and Aristotelis Papadopoulos

to study Ni effects on total phenolic concentration, total flavonoids, and FRAP value of pomegranate peel and also Ni accumulation and its effects on Ca and Mg in leaves, peel, and pomegranate seeds. Materials and Methods A field experiment was

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Ed Stover, Chandrika Ramadugu, Mikeal Roose, Joseph Krystel, Richard F. Lee, and Manjunath Keremane

.B. Soost, R.K. 1968 Seed reproduction: Development of gametes and embryos, p. 290–324. In: W. Reuther, L.D. Batchelor, and H.J. Webber (eds.). The citrus industry. Vol. 2: Anatomy, physiology, genetics, and reproduction. University of California Press

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Joyous Suiyigheh Tata and Hans Christian Wien

studies on the anatomy of petal drop in other species reveal that the process involves the separation of four to five rows of smaller transversely oriented cells that laid horizontally across the diameter at the juncture between the petal and the achene

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Wei-Ling Chen, Cheng-Hung Hsiao, and Hsueh-Shih Lin

sale. A limited quantity of seed may be available for research purposes only by sending a request to the first author ( chenwl@tdais.gov.tw ). Literature Cited Chen, W.L. Yang, W.J. Lo, H.F. Yeh, D.M. 2014 Physiology, anatomy, and cell membrane

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Marija Perić, Slavica Dmitrović, Suzana Živković, Biljana Filipović, Marijana Skorić, Ana Simonović, and Slađana Todorović

Protection Legislation ( Diklić et al., 1999 ). Propagation of R. umbellata in nature is limited by fungal infections and insufficient seed maturity ( Ljaljević Grbić et al., 2005 ). A literature search revealed no publications dedicated to this rare

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Shawna L. Daley, Jeffrey Adelberg, and Richard L. Hassell

Seeds, Boise, ID). When the cotyledons had unfolded but not expanded (≈6–8 d and 8–10 d after seeding for ‘Carnivor’ and ‘Macis’ rootstock, respectively), seedlings were individually treated with 20 μL 6.25% fatty alcohol (Fair 85; Fair Products, Cary

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Zhipei Feng, Xitian Yang, Hongyan Liang, Yuhua Kong, Dafeng Hui, Jiabao Zhao, Erhui Guo, and Beibei Fan

survival rate associated with AP. To date, little information is available on the temporal changes in root morphology, physiology, and anatomy of seedlings in response to AP. Platycladus orientalis (L.). Franco, a native Chinese Cupressaceae plant, is among