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Robert L. Mikkelsen

of the current food supply ( Erisman et al., 2008 ; Stewart et al., 2005 ). Responsible nutrient management and sustainable horticultural production must include consideration of environmental, economical, and social components ( Fig. 1 ). While

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Seth DeBolt, Renata Ristic, Patrick G. Iland, and Christopher M. Ford

Environmental conditions play a significant role in regulating both primary and secondary metabolism during fruit ripening. In grapevines, the effect of light exposure on grape quality is of particular importance because it can be modulated using

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Steven P. Arthurs, Robert H. Stamps, and Frank F. Giglia

inactivation of phytochrome B, which regulates defense hormones ( Moreno et al., 2009 ). Other environmental effects. Our data show that shade nets affect environmental variables other than radiation. Temperature and RH impact plant growth and physiology

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Martin M. Williams II

Yield stability refers to a crop genotype’s performance over a range of environmental conditions. The predominant agronomic concept of yield stability, hereafter called simply “stability,” is that a genotype’s yield changes in a predictable manner

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Sogo Nishio, Masahiko Yamada, Norio Takada, Hidenori Kato, Noriyuki Onoue, Yutaka Sawamura, and Toshihiro Saito

inheritance of PS and II and the associated selection efficiency. However, breeders have recorded the performance data for those traits of cultivars/selections for many years in the NIFTS breeding program. Environmental variance in an orchard comprises the

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Lucy K. Bradley, Bridget K. Behe, Natalie R. Bumgarner, Charlotte D. Glen, Joseph L. Donaldson, Ellen M. Bauske, Sheri Dorn, and Gail Langellotto

economic, environmental, and health impacts based on participant report of behavior change and standardized impact data. Ultimately, it may be possible to monetize more of the economic, environmental, and health aspects of CH education; however

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Ralf Uptmoor, Mildred Osei-Kwarteng, Susanne Gürtler, and Hartmut Stützel

parameters are given for each genotype by individual parameter estimates and based on particular QTL allele combinations in the present study. Many combined QTL and ecophysiological modeling approaches show pooled data from different levels of environmental

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Seong-Hyun Park and Richard H. Mattson

in each room were identical. Room B contained single plants of arrowhead vine, cretan brake fern, variegated vinca, and yellow star jasmine arranged with two plants each of dendrobium, peace lily, golden pothos, and kentia palm. Measurements. Data

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Lloyd L. Nackley, Elias Fernandes de Sousa, Bruno J.L. Pitton, Jared Sisneroz, and Lorence R. Oki

irrigation management. Heretofore, for poinsettia the “ideal” setpoint for irrigation scheduling based on the needs of the plant is unknown. Therefore, the objective of this research was to use sap-flow measurements correlated with environmental data to

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Katrin Kahlen and Hartmut Stützel

calculated from their length using the constant overall threshold for specific internode length, SIL (measured in centimeters per gram), as conversion factor. Particularly for internodes, detailed information about environmental data might have improved dry