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T.E. Morelock, J.C. Correll, and L.P. Brandenberger

30 POSTER SESSION 4 (Abstr. 460-484) Breeding/Genetics/Molecular Markers

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Campbell G. Davidson

68 WORKSHOP 9 (Abstr. 662–666) Ornamental Plant Breeding in the Midwest

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Timothy Rinehart, Sandra Reed, and Brian Scheffler

Oral Session 6—Ornamental Plant Breeding Moderator: Daniel F. Warnock 18 July 2005, 4:00–6:00 p.m. Room 107

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Alejandra A. Salgado and John R. Clark

postharvest softening and leakage during handling ( Clark, 2005 ). Blackberry fruit firmness was once suggested to be an intractable trait, meaning that it is a difficult character to improve in breeding. Firmness varies with cultivar, ripeness stage, and

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W.C. Johnson, H.S. Aldwinckle, J.L. Norelli, and H.T. Holleran

50 ORAL SESSION 8 (Abstr. 480–486) Fruits/Nuts: Genetics/Breeding/Biotechnology Monday, 24 July, 2:00–3:45 p.m

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Ryan J. Hayes, Carolee T. Bull, Polly H. Goldman, and Edward J. Ryder

Oral Session 4—Vegetable Breeding 1 Moderator: J. Brent Loy 18 July 2005, 4:00–5:30 p.m. Ballroom G

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Majid R. Foolad, Arun Sharma, Hamid Ashrafi, and Guoyang Lin

Oral Session 15—Vegetable Breeding 2 Moderator: Majid R. Foolad 19 July 2005, 2:00–3:30 p.m. Room 101

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Ana Fita, Néstor Tarín, Jaime Prohens, and Adrián Rodríguez-Burruezo

Plant breeding is an exciting agricultural discipline as it integrates a broad range of fields of study, such as genetics, crop science, horticulture, botany, biochemistry, molecular biology, pathology, entomology, and statistics. Because of the

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R. Karina Gallardo, Diem Nguyen, Vicki McCracken, Chengyan Yue, James Luby, and James R. McFerson

market acceptance provide advantages to all parties in the supply chain with products that are more desirable, available, affordable, healthful, and safer. However, breeding programs in rosaceous crops face numerous constraints. Development, evaluation

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Jules Janick

) remains a horticultural enigma and this brief review of his life is an attempt to put his contributions to horticulture and plant breeding into perspective. A retrospective review of his accomplishments is the goal of this workshop. It includes papers