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are believed to accentuate K deficiencies in palms, presumably because of a dilution effect ( Broschat, 2005a ). On highly leached, low cation exchange capacity (CEC) sandy soils, such as those commonly found within the Atlantic coastal plain of the

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with growth ( r = −0.278, P = 0.008) and areca palm height at 24 months ( r = −0.319, P = 0.002), suggesting a dilution effect. Potassium deficiency severity was not significantly correlated with initial or cumulative N application rates (data not

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with the highest Mn ratings (least deficiency) also had the greatest dry weights. These plants also had the lowest N ratings (lightest color), presumably due to a dilution effect. Conversely, those plants that were growth limited by Mn deficiency had

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field. This dilution effect over distance has been shown by other studies that evaluated the transfer rate of foodborne pathogens to objects ( Buchholz et al., 2012 ; Patrick et al., 1997 ; Scott, 1990 ; Scott and Bloomfield, 1990 ), and could be

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concentrations in new stems of 16.8-UF and 33.6-UF is a dilution effect of biomass on the amount of N in the stem. Green ash trees fertilized with higher N rates from UF in 2005 were more active and had a higher demand for C from reserves in old stems earlier in

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-release fertilizer affect growth and nutrient uptake in containerized woody landscape plants J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 117 578 583 10.1016/S0065-2113(08)60887-1 Jarrell, W.M. Beverly, R.B. 1981 The dilution effect in plant nutrition studies Adv. Agron. 34 197 224 10

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important role in Chl synthesis, as discussed in previous results ( Kurilčik et al., 2008 ; Li et al., 2012 ; Poudel et al., 2008 ; Senger, 1982 ). High utilization efficiency under LED lights ( Saebo et al., 1995 ) and a “dilutioneffect because of the

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described for different olive varieties of Tuscany (Italy) by Caselli et al. (1993) . Gutiérrez et al. (1999) related this decline to a dilution effect caused by a constant quantity of palmitic acid but rising levels of total fatty acids resulting in a

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cultivars had larger fruit weight ( Table 4 ) and perhaps higher fruit water content than many other cultivars, leading to a lower SSC value due to a dilution effect. However, ‘PF24–007’ peach had large size and low SSC but had good flavor. Also, cultivars

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plant at the lower fertilizer rate could result in a nutrient concentrations being equal due to a dilution effect even though more N, for example, was absorbed at the higher fertilizer rates. This hypothesis could not be tested because tissue levels were

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