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Yuyu Wang, Faju Chen, Yubing Wang, Xiaoling Li, and Hongwei Liang

peanut: Influence of growth regulators and sugars Plant Cell Tissue Organ Cult. 35 151 156 Fu, L.G. 1992 China plant red data book, rare and endangered plants. 1st Ed., Vol. 1. Science Press, Beijing, China George, E.F. Sherrington, P.D. 1984 Plant

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Jane Kahia, Margaret Kirika, Hudson Lubabali, and Sinclair Mantell

., 1992 ), eastern black walnut ( Neuman et al., 1993 ), apples ( Daigny et al., 1996 ), and cacao ( Li et al., 1998 ). In peanut and geranium, the use of TDZ has effectively replaced the requirement of auxin and/or cytokinin for inducing somatic

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Aisu Gu, Wenfang Liu, Chao Ma, Jin Cui, Richard J. Henny, and Jianjun Chen

, 1993 ). TDZ alone induced callus formation or somatic embryogenesis of other plants, including geranium ( Gill et al., 1993 ), tobacco ( Gill and Saxena, 1993 ), peanut ( Gill and Ozias-Akins, 1999 ), and A. andraeanum cv. Valentino ( Yu et al., 2009

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David Noshad, Andrew Riseman, and Zamir Punja

agricultural hosts, including cotton ( Gossypium hirsutum L.), bean ( Phaseolus vulgaris L.), carrot ( Daucus carota L.), pansy ( Viola tricolor var. hortensis DC.), peanut ( Arachis hypogaea L.), and tobacco ( Nicotiana tabacum L.) ( Hood and Shew

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Ritu Dhir, Richard L. Harkess, and Guihong Bi

at 40/35 °C ( Kadir et al., 2006 ). The suppression of growth resulting from high temperatures differed among four genotypes of peanut with the reduction in dry matter and harvest index depending on the heat tolerance of the genotype ( Craufurd et al

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Xiangdong Huang, Dong Xue, and Lian Xue

, S.S. 2008 Seasonal variation of microbial populations and biomass in Tatachia grassland soils of Taiwan Environ. Geochem. Health 30 255 272 Dai, C.C. Chen, Y. Wang, X.X. Li, P.D. 2013 Effects of intercropping of peanut with the medicinal plant

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Dennis C. Odero and Alan L. Wright

. Res. 4 101 105 Everman, W.J. Clewis, S.B. Thomas, W.E. Burke, I.C. Wilcut, J.W. 2008 Critical period of weed interference in peanut Weed Technol. 22 63 67 Fischer, D.W. Harvey, R.G. Bauman, T.T. Phillips, S. Hart, S.E. Johnson, G.A. Kells, J.J. Westra

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Manish K. Bansal, George E. Boyhan, and Daniel D. MacLean

Pathology Laboratory) was placed into the bags before curing or storage. After drenching, half of the treated bags were transported to the Black Shank Farm in Tifton, GA, where they were placed inside a peanut drier for heat curing (99 °F) by forced air for

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Xin Song, Suo-min Wang, and Yiwei Jiang

+ was unaffected by salinity stress in peanut [ Arachis hypogaea ( Chavan and Karadge, 1980 )]. The unchanged Mn 2+ concentration under salinity in all groups in our study suggested that Mn 2+ might not be sensitive to a short period of salinity

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David M. Olszyk, Tamotsu Shiroyama, Jeffrey M. Novak, Keri B. Cantrell, Gilbert Sigua, Donald W. Watts, and Mark G. Johnson

plant leaf K concentrations across a variety of crops ( Biederman and Harpole, 2013 ). For example, in maize leaf, K increased with peanut hull biochar ( Gaskin et al., 2010 ) and eucalyptus biochar ( Butnan et al., 2015 ), while willow wood biochar had