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medium; ( C ) phenotypes of nontransgenic control and the transgenic plants after 2 months cultured in Type II medium, from left to the right: nontransgenic control, transgenic lines (T-HF1,T-HF2, T-HF3, T-HF4, and T-HF5); ( D ) height of transgenic

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Plant Cell 4 119 128 doi: 10.1105/tpc.4.2.119 10.2307/3869565 Teng, F. Zhai, L. Liu, R. Bai, W. Qiu, L. Huo, D. Tao, Y. Zheng, Y. Zhang, Z. 2013 ZmGA3ox2, a candidate gene for a major QTL, qPH3.1, for plant height in maize

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population, peak flowering was noted when terminal colas had appeared to reach their maximum size and trichomes began changing from clear to translucent white. Plant height, measured from base to tip, was recorded for autoflowering plants on 2 Aug 2022, and

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[ Capsicum annuum ( Gaye et al., 1992 )]. Some vegetative traits have been used to characterize eggplant accessions in the European Eggplant Genetic Resources Network (EGGNET) database, including plant height, plant growth habit, and number of leaves to

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launched. Presently, most jatropha trees are medium-sized bushes with canopy height of 3 to 6 m and canopy diameter of 2 to 4 m when fully grown. The farmers need to regularly prune them to reduce the plant size to ease fruit harvesting. Decreasing the

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. Introduction of ornamental plants is essential to diversify an urban landscape ( Suleiman et al., 2009 ). Dwarf cultivars which permit layering by height across the landscape are commercially significant in a wide variety of landscape plant species, including

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evident), and 5 = green plants having comparatively abundant above-ground biomass. On 28 June 2010 and 20 June 2011, the height (centimeters) of each plant was measured as the distance from the plant base (soil surface) to the top of the highest floret at

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were collected throughout the experiment. Plant height (centimeters) was determined by measuring the highest point of the foliage from the surface of the substrate and plant diameter (centimeters) by measuring the widest point and its perpendicular axis

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. Morphological traits were measured on the F 1 hybrid plants and parents at the time of first flowering. Length and width of rosette leaves was measured, and height and length of individual flowers were measured. Measurements were made on six independent plants

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bed with an in-row spacing of 30.5 cm, no fertilization was applied, and irrigation was through a seepage system ( Geraldson et al., 1965 ). Data collection. Plant height [H (centimeter)] was measured from the bed surface to the tallest point of each

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