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Kristin R. Campbell, Sandra B. Wilson, P. Christopher Wilson, and Zhenli He

students and faculty worldwide to practice plant identification online. Interactive identification quiz In an effort to incorporate asynchronous student-centered learning exercises into a native landscaping course (ORH3815/5815C), an interactive plant

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Annelle W.B. Holder, Winston Elibox, and Pathmanathan Umaharan

plant death ( Prior et al., 1985 ). The A. anthurii isolates collected in the French West Indies have been characterized both morphophysiologically and biochemically ( Gardan et al., 2000 ; Prior and Sunder, 1987 ; Prior and Rott, 1989 ; Saddler et

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Gioia Massa, Thomas Graham, Tim Haire, Cedric Flemming II, Gerard Newsham, and Raymond Wheeler

. Additionally, the influence of the native light environment (high vs. low) on leaf light transmission was examined. The effects of leaf angle distributions and reflectance are not considered. Materials and Methods Growth chamber conditions. Plants were grown in

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Kirk W. Pomper, Jeremiah D. Lowe, Sheri B. Crabtree, Jacob Vincent, Andrew Berry, Clifford England, and Krit Raemakers

cultivars to produce seedless fruit. Many native trees in the forests of Kentucky are of the tetraploid race and grow near commercial plantings of persimmons, and thus pollen from a different race may cause sexual incompatibility and result in pollination

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Mack Thetford, Gary W. Knox, and Edwin R. Duke

. Eastern gamagrass is a bunch grass native to the eastern United States and is best adapted to wet habitats ( Henson and Fenchel, 2007 ). All plants survived the trial period ( Tables 1 and 2 ). For plants in GC foliage height was greater with

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Michael V. Mickelbart, Michael J. Gosney, James Camberato, and Kelly M. Stanton

Leucospermum cordifolium cv. ‘High Gold’, and their relationship with chlorotic symptoms Sci. Hort. 107 373 379 Fielder, A.K. Landis, D.A. 2007 Attractiveness of Michigan native plants to arthropod natural enemies and herbivores Environ. Entomol. 36 751 765

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Clinton C. Shock, Myrtle P. Shock, Candace B. Shock, and Stuart R. Reitz

exacting task. The task is even more challenging for scientists whose native language is not English. This article outlines general expectations of scientific manuscripts in horticulture and plant sciences and directs authors to additional resources that

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Iryna Andrenko, Thayne Montague, Cynthia McKenney, and Russell Plowman

are known to be drought tolerant and typically do not require supplemental irrigation ( Lee-Mäder et al., 2013 ; Niu et al., 2012a ). An additional benefit of planting native wildflowers is cost efficiency associated with labor, maintenance, and use

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Heather Hasandras, Kimberly A. Moore, and Lyn A. Gettys

Conservation of aquatic plant areas is crucial to promote a balanced ecosystem of food and habitats for fish and birds. Natural interactions in aquatic communities are supported by native aquatic plants that help improve water quality by removing

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Benjamin J. Glover, Tina M. Waliczek, and Jean-Marc Gandonou

( Turner, 2009 ) in the areas in which they originated. If the plant existed there, then it adapted to the local environment ( Oxford English Dictionary, 2012 ). By growing native food crop plants, farmers could create a new niche market and potentially