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Janine R. Conklin and James C. Sellmer

threatened endangered species ( D'Antonio and Vitousek, 1992 ). One way that invasive plants displace natives and reduce biodiversity of forest ecosystems is by producing many seeds that are capable of germination ( Lehrer and Brand, 2003 ). Heavy flower

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Alan G. Taylor, C.J. Eckenrode, and R.W. Straub

1 Professor of Seed Science and Technology. To whom reprint requests should be addressed. E-mail address: agt1@cornell.edu 2 Emeritus Professor of Entomology. 3 Professor of Entomology. We thank the following persons for their valuable

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Susan L. Barkley, Sushila Chaudhari, Jonathan R. Schultheis, Katherine M. Jennings, Stephen G. Bullen, and David W. Monks

’ sweetpotato, released by the North Carolina Agricultural Research Service in 2005, accounts for 88% of certified seed root acreage in North Carolina, followed by ‘Beauregard’ and ‘Evangeline’ at 5% and 3%, respectively ( North Carolina Crop Improvement

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Juan Manuel González Gonzalez, Salvador Guzman Gonzalez, Arnoldo Michel Rosales, Francisco Radillo Juarez, Marcelino Bazan Tene, and Fernando Cervantes T.

Poster Session 17–Seed and Stand Establishment 19 July 2005, 12:00–12:45 p.m., Poster Hall–Ballroom E/F

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Kaitlin A. Hopkins, Michael A. Arnold, Charles R. Hall, H. Brent Pemberton, and Marco A. Palma

Ratibida columnifera is readily available as seed and is a common component of many wildflower seed mixes ( U.S. Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service, 2006 ). To develop novel germplasm from native sources into a

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Jian Fana, E.E. Roos, C.W. Vertucci, and F.D. Moore III

133 POSTER SESSION 20 Seed Establishment/Cross-Commodity

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Lurline E. Marsh and Dyremple B. Marsh

133 POSTER SESSION 20 Seed Establishment/Cross-Commodity

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Palaniappa Krishnan, Thomas A. Evans, and Wallace G. Pill

not mentioned. We thank Aris Sigle for supplying seed for this research and P. Kasturi and B. Beeson of Radford Univ., Radford, Vs., for providing partial funding for this project through the Radford Research Seed Foundation. The cost of publishing

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Matteo Serena, Bernd Leinauer, Rossana Sallenave, Marco Schiavon, and Bernd Maier

and near the soil surface, thus bringing a saline solution in contact with the seeds ( Almansouri et al., 2001 ) and turf species can exhibit greater salt stress during establishment than as mature plants ( Duncan et al., 2009 ). Controlled environment

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Mehrassa Khademi, David S. Koranski, and Joan Peterson

1 To whom reprint requests should be addressed. Current address: Bodger Seeds, 1851 W. Olive, Lompoc, CA 93436. Journal paper no. J-14892 of the Iowa Agriculture and Home Economics Experiment Station, Ames