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Xuan Wu, Shuyin Liang, and David H. Byrne

plant architecture to explain the architectural variability observed and to combine correlated variables into one ( Crespel et al., 2013 ). They were plant height (measured in centimeters), the number of primary shoots (initial complete shoots that

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Allan F. Brown, Elizabeth H. Jeffery, and John A. Juvik

) accounting for 54.1% of the phenotypic variability in flowering time, but curd or head formation in B. oleracea involves a complex retardation in the juvenile growth phase and flowering time alone may not fully explain or be correlated with commercial

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A. Lane Rayburn, Mosbah M. Kushad, and Wanisari Wannarat

statistically significant at α = 0.05. Given the reproducibility of the results, this variation in genome size appears real. The amount of variation observed here in pumpkins is similar to amount of variability seen in soybean and much less than that observed in

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Jericó J. Bello-Bello, Lourdes G. Iglesias-Andreu, Susana A. Avilés-Viñas, Eunice Gómez-Uc, Adriana Canto-Flick, and Nancy Santana-Buzzy

genetic variability relatively quickly without sophisticated technology ( Larkin and Scowcroft, 1981 ; Shu and Lagoda, 2007 ). The term “somaclonal variation” describes the tissue culture-induced stable genetic, epigenetic, or phenotypic variation in

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Robert Lawrence Jarret and Terry Berke

.E. 2003 Genetic variability and phylogenetic analysis of Brazilian species of Capsicum Capsicum Eggplant Newslett. 22 13 16 D'Arcy, W.G. Eshbaugh, W.H. 1974 New World peppers [ Capsicum –Solanaceae] north of

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Marcia Vizzotto, Luis Cisneros-Zevallos, David H. Byrne, David W. Ramming, and W.R. Okie

narrow range of germplasm, this research examines a wide range of germplasm to determine the variability of these bioactive compounds among peach and plum germplasm. Materials and Methods Nineteen peach and 45 plum genotypes from the USDA stone

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Krista Shellie, Jacob Cragin, and Marcelo Serpe

cold hardiness is maintained and/or reacquired in late winter and spring, and differences in hardiness are likely a combination of genetic factors that influence sensitivity to environmental cues ( Wample et al., 2000 ). The amount of variability we

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Job Teixeira de Oliveira, Rubens Alves de Oliveira, Mario Puiatti, Paulo Teodoro, and Rafael Montanari

during the whole crop cycle ( Chai et al., 2016 ). This work aimed to evaluate whether the spatial variability of the production components of the plant and the use of an irrigation and fertirrigation management system with controlled deficit interfere in

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Rita de Cássia Félix Alvarez, Aline Cordeiro Taveira, Sebastião Ferreira de Lima, Larissa Pereira Ribeiro Teodoro, Job Teixeira de Oliveira, Adriano dos Santos, Erina Vitório Rodrigues, Gessi Ceccon, and Paulo Eduardo Teodoro

with excellent configuration (high averages for ARC), in addition to desirable traits for commercial cultivation (high means for CV). Considering that genetic variability is essential for a breeding population, the most promising crossings are between

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Benjamin D. Anderson, Gary W. Knox, Ann R. Blount, Cheryl L. Mackowiak, and Edward F. Gilman

height and canopy uniformity, which were used for selecting low-growing selections with minimal canopy height variability. These characteristics were used to propose selections for ornamental use. Materials and Methods Field locations. Plots were located