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Fumiko Kohyama, Catherine Whitman, and Erik S. Runkle

’ dianthus, ‘Easy Wave Burgundy Star’ petunia, and ‘Wave Purple Improved’ petunia, respectively, in both replicates. Initial node number was not counted on calibrachoa. Plants were checked daily for first visible flower bud or inflorescence (VB) and first

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Shahrokh Khanizadeh, Martine Deschênes, and Claudine Dubé

.74 cm in diameter) compared with ‘Rosalyne’ (2.12 cm) with a corolla that is larger than the calyx ( Fig. 2 ). The petals are overlapping and broader than long and mainly dark pink on the surface ( Royal Horticultural Society, 1995 ), red–purple group 67

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Ksenija Gasic, John E. Preece, and David Karp

. USPP 24,833; 2 Sept. 2014. Delcored. Late season, large, bright red-purple fruit, very firm, juicy and sweet. Origin: Malicorne, France by A. Delbard of Societe Nouvelle Pepinieres et Roseraies Georges Delbard. Co-op 30 × Delblush; crossed 1994

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Don R. La Bonte, Christopher A. Clark, Tara P. Smith, and Arthur Q. Villordon

leaf margin. Mature leaves are similar in size to that of ‘Beauregard’. A red [5 R (red) P (purple) (4/6] marking at the base of the leaf junction with the petiole is larger in comparison with a similar marking found on ‘Beauregard’ and extends for 1 to

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Jessica G. Barb, Dennis J. Werner, and Robert J. Griesbach

accumulate in vacuoles of epidermal or subepidermal cells and produce pink, magenta, red, blue, and violet flowers. Copigments are also sequestered in the vacuole, but generally produce pale yellow, ivory, near-white, or colorless flowers in the absence of

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Doron Holland, Kamel Hatib, Irit Bar-Ya'akov, Ehud Yonay, and Fathi Abd El Hadi

hermaphrodite (vase shaped) and male flowers with poorly developed or no pistil and ovary (bell shaped). The petals, six to seven, are orange red (RHS34A), very delicate, and a little wrinkled like all other cultivars known to us. The outer side of the sepals

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Omaira Avila-Rostant, Adrian M. Lennon, and Pathmanathan Umaharan

a result, in some species, the flower color is not correlated with pigment composition. For instance, in rose cultivars that contained cyanidin, flowers varied from red to lavender and those with peonidin varied from red to purple ( Griesbach, 1996

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Teresita D. Amore, Peter J. Toves, Joanne L. Imamura, Janice Y. Uchida, and Chris Kadooka

Obake’ yield 4.9 flowers per plant per year ( Kamemoto et al., 1986 ), in contrast to the minimum acceptable yield of six flowers per plant per year ( Kamemoto and Kuehnle, 1996 ). Preference for pink spathes was secondary to reds in a market survey of

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Zhanao Deng, Brent K. Harbaugh, and Natalia A. Peres

large basal lobes. On the upper leaf surface, a green (RHS 139A) margin, up to 10 mm wide, borders the entire leaf except for the basal leaf valley where it is grayed purple (RHS 183B). The leaf center is red (RHS 53C to 53D). Venation pattern is pinnate

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W. Garrett Owen and Roberto G. Lopez

:50, and 0:100 red:blue light, compared with no EOP SL [control (65.3°)]. In general, fountain grass foliage exhibited red to yellow-orange hues under LED EOP SL. Anthocyanins are responsible for the red or purple pigmentation in flowers and leaves