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Almudena Montoliu, Aurelio Gómez-Cadenas, and Rosa M. Pérez-Clemente

. Node stem segments (1 cm long) were cultured in petri dishes (10 cm diameter) with 25 mL of basal medium containing the inorganic salts of Murashige and Skoog (1962) supplemented with 0.55 m m i-inositol, 4.8 μM pyridoxine-HCl, 0.6 μM thiamine-HCl, 8

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Bryan J. Peterson, Olivia Sanchez, Stephanie E. Burnett, and Darren J. Hayes

the base of the stem inserted into an enclosed chamber. Several such aeroponic systems are available on the market for use by home gardeners, but do not seem to be marketed for commercial propagation. Several authors have evaluated SM aeroponic systems

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Arthur Villordon, Jeffrey C. Gregorie, and Don LaBonte

tedious, slow, and prone to measurement errors ( Wang and Nguang, 2007 ). The growing demand for sweetpotato French fry ( Sato et al., 2018 ) and other processed products has increased the need for producing storage roots of desired shape and consistency

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M. Courtney, M. Mcharo, D. La Bonte, and W. Gruneberg

plant or interplant levels ( Courtney, 2007 ). Roots were harvested on 21 Sept. 2004 and 30 Sept. 2005, 120 and 115 d after planting, respectively. Micronutrient analysis. Zinc and Fe analysis was based on the methods of Norbotten et al. (2000

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Ken Takahata and Hiroyuki Miura

nonsignificant and significant differences by Student’s t test at P = 0.05, P = 0.05, P = 0.01, and P = 0.001, respectively; 1 cm = 0.3937 inch. Table 1 shows the effects of basal wire coiling on the growth of tomato unripe fruit, shoots, and roots at

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Chi M. Do, Kate L. Delaporte, Vinay Pagay, and Carolyn J. Schultz

, area, and thickness by ≈20% ( Alireza et al., 2013 ). In addition to changes in growth parameters, many plants show changes in ion accumulation in roots and/or leaves or shoots, with contrasting trends for sodium and potassium accumulation. There is

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Mary Ann D. Maquilan, Dominick C. Padilla, Donald W. Dickson, and Bala Rathinasabapathi

. arenaria , and M. javanica ) and two emergent nematodes in Florida ( M. floridensis and M. enterolobii ) based on penetration, reproduction, and host preference of the nematodes in a controlled environment. Five other cultivars with varying degrees of

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Fumiomi Takeda, Thomas Tworkoski, Chad E. Finn, and Charles C. Boyd

reported to be as good as rooting under intermittent mist in some thornless blackberry ( Zimmerman et al., 1980 ). In a preliminary study, several adventitious roots developed at the base of most axillary buds on five-node hardwood cuttings of ‘Siskiyou

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David Noshad, Andrew Riseman, and Zamir Punja

quickly, as the name suggests, following the first foliar symptoms. Observations on DSDS-infected plants indicate the following progression of symptoms: 1) brown to black necrotic lesions on the roots, 2) leaf chlorosis leading to abscission, 3) whole

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Valérie Gravel, Claudine Ménard, and Martine Dorais

therefore 1) to compare, in terms of plant growth, an organic production system based on dehydrated hen manure extracts for geranium plants to a conventional growing system; and 2) to evaluate the effect of an organic fertilization on the development of