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I-Chun Pan, Ya-Fen Lu, Pei-Jung Wen, and Yen-Ming Chen

contents apart from typical chromosome-doubled plants as described in results ( Tables 3 and 4 ). These unexpected DNA content mutants are usually known to occur for the following reasons: failure of homologous pairing, nonseparation of chromosomes, a

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Lin Zhou, Qianqian Shi, Yan Wang, Kui Li, Baoqiang Zheng, and Kun Miao

parts ( Hong et al., 1998 ). Various petal colors can be found in the same population of P. delavayi , including yellow, orange, red, dark red, yellow-green, or purple-red ( Hong et al., 1998 ; Li et al., 2011 ), among which plants with yellow flowers

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Stephen N. Wegulo and Miguel Vilchez

related genus, Consolida , consisting of annual species. The two genera are distinguished by flower structure. Flowers of the true wild ancestors of species in the genus Consolida have a single petal and a single carpel (seedpod), whereas flowers of

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Thomas Gradziel, Bruce Lampinen, Franz Niederholzer, and Mario Viveros

by navel orangeworm ( Amyelois transitella Walker), although insect damage was consistently under 5% for all test years. The kernel/nut (kernel plus shell) harvest proportion of 0.68, however, is more than double the ‘Marcona’ ratio of 0.28 ( Table 1

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Thomas Gradziel and Bruce Lampinen

, 2013 ). Kernels are similar to ‘Nonpareil’, with an ovate shape and an oblique base ( Fig. 1 ). The incidence of undesirable kernel types, including double kernels and kernels with multiple embryos is consistently low, similar to ‘Nonpareil’. The

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Vladislav M. Ognjanov, Maja Miodragović, Goran Barać, Mirjana Ljubojević, Jovana Dulić, Mirjana Sekulić, and Tijana Narandžić

pinnately veined. They have two reniform nectaries and crenate margins. Inflorescence. ‘Ivana’ has an intermediate season of flowering, few days after ‘Spring lady’, and strong blossom quantity. Hermaphroditic flowers have five showy pink petals, yellow

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Jason D. Lattier and Ryan N. Contreras

picotee flowers in which the petal edges lack pigment. Flower forms included single and double flowers, with some exhibiting hose-in-hose flowers. Double flowers in lilac often represent a case of neoheterotrophy where additional floral whorls lead to

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Duane W. Greene

(Valent Biosciences) to make a 0.05% (v/v) solution using a hand pump sprayer (Hudson professional stainless steel, 7.6 L). Similar 500-mg·L −1 sprays were applied to the other designated limbs on the trees on 15 May (petal fall) and 24 May (10-mm stage

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Paweł Wójcik, Anna Skorupińska, and Hamide Gubbuk

L-TRP (pure grade; Sigma-Aldrich, Poznań, Poland) in the following variants: 1) three prebloom sprays, at the stages of green and pink buds and when 5% to 10% flowers were open, 2) three postbloom sprays, at the stage of petal fall and again 14 and

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Doron Holland, Irit Bar-Ya'akov, and Kamel Hatib

’ has a flower of 1.7–2.1 cm diameter with white smooth petals. The style is straight with the stigma emerging above the anthers height at anthesis. The sepals are green (RHS144A), and the anthers are yellow (RSH162A). Flowering is abundant. One or two