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Michele R. Warmund, Billy G. Cumbie, and Mark V. Coggeshall

contributing to grafting success of intraspecific grafts of Chinese chestnut. Literature Cited Balta, F. Karadeniz, T. Tekintas, F.E. Sen, S.M. 1993 Investigations on anatomical and histological development of the graft formation in chestnut ( Castanea sativa

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Roxana Myers, Andrea Kawabata, Alyssa Cho, and Stuart T. Nakamoto

greater in infested ‘Fukunaga’ plants in contrast to infested ‘Kona Typica’. A histology study showed fewer galls and poorly developed giant cells in liberica roots, suggesting a restriction in nematode development and reproduction ( Arango et al., 1982

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

al., 2008 ). Ploidy level determination by histological methods is too laborious for large-scale analyses. However, ploidy level can be accurately determined relatively rapidly in large populations by flow cytometry ( Ollitrault and Michaux

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Jason D. Hinton, David P. Livingston III, Grady L. Miller, Charles H. Peacock, and Tan Tuong

freezing tolerance in St. Augustinegrass through somaclonal variation and germplasm evaluation Plant Breed. 129 417 421 Livingston, D.P. III Tallury, S.P. Premkumar, R. Owens, S.A. Olien, C.R. 2005 Changes in the histology of cold-hardened oat crowns during

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Stephen R. King, Angela R. Davis, Wenge Liu, and Amnon Levi

the control of root-knot nematodes in Greece Pest Mgt. Sci. 59 883 892 Grimault, V. Gelie, B. Lemattre, M. Prior, P. Schmit, J. 1994 Comparative histology of resistant and susceptible

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Cristian Silvestri, Gianmarco Sabbatini, Federico Marangelli, Eddo Rugini, and Valerio Cristofori

adulteration of commercial products cannot be excluded, and morphological, histological, and molecular differentiations are necessary ( Potterat 2010 ; Sze et al., 2008 ; Zhang et al., 2001 ). Large-scale propagation of woody plant species through in vitro

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Marco Volterrani, Simone Magni, Monica Gaetani, and Filippo Lulli

those reported on leaves and stems. In particular, stolon numbers were unaffected and stolon growth suppression was actually a reduction in tissue elongation with the histological architecture, namely the number of nodes per stolon, being unaffected

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Anthony P. Keinath

black-rot fungus J. Agr. Res. 78 589 615 Corlett, M. 1981 A taxonomic survey of some species of Didymella and Didymella -like species Can. J. Bot. 59 2016 2042 de Neergaard, E. 1989a Histological investigation of flower parts of cucumber infected by

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Carrie A. Radcliffe, James M. Affolter, and Hazel Y. Wetzstein

Morphological and histological evaluations of in vitro regeneration in Elliottia racemosa leaf explants induced on media with thidiazuron J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 133 167 172

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James D. McCreight and Michael D. Coffey

. Sedláková, B. McCreight, J.D. 2009 Histological aspects of Cucumis melo PI 313970 resistance to Podosphaera xanthii and Golovinomyces cichoracearum J. Plant Dis. Prot. 116 169 176 Thomas, C.E. 1978 A new biological race of powdery mildew of cantaloups