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Yuliya A. Salanenka and Alan G. Taylor

replications of 20 seeds per replication of each treatment were sown in sand pre-moistened with water at 20 °C and excavated after 18 to 24 h, a time before visible germination. For cucumber seedling uptake studies, treated seeds were sown and seedling parts

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M. Lenny Wells

and Woodroof (1929) suggested that an “abnormal flowering” of pecan can occur as a result of genetic instability. The described abnormal flowering resulted in two types of “perfect flower clusters” (those with staminate and pistillate parts). They

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Mark K. Ehlenfeldt, Lisa J. Rowland, Elizabeth L. Ogden, and Bryan T. Vinyard

of heat during the production season rather than cold in the dormant season, but they are capable of growing fruitfully as far north as ≈48°N latitude. In Georgia and many parts of the southern United States, there is a move toward growing more

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Richard H. Molinar

ripe. Plants are stout and branches are armed with large spines. The same pests that attack common eggplant varieties also attack this plant. The plant reproduces from seed as well as underground suckers and can become a weed. It is a federally listed

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Jen A. Sembera, Tina M. Waliczek, and Erica J. Meier

, 2008 ). Proper disposal of harvested invasive plant parts is an important consideration because many invasive plants reproduce easily and successfully both sexually and asexually where any plant propagule could potentially produce new stands of plants

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Jin Cui, Juanxu Liu, Jianjun Chen, and Richard J. Henny

. Nishino, A. Satomi, Y. Nishino, H. 1996 Steroidal saponins from the underground parts of Chlorophytum comosum and their inhibitory activity on tumor promoter-induced phospholipids metabolism of HeLa cells Phytochemistry 41 1405 1410 Murashige, T. Skoog

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Thibault Nordey, Elias Shem, and Joel Huat

the challenge of combining various agronomic traits, such as high yield, quality, and resistance to abiotic and biotic stress, in the same genotype. Grafting, the union of two plant parts—namely, a rootstock (base of the union to provide the root

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Shixin Deng, Qun Yin, Shanshan Zhang, Kankan Shi, Zhongkui Jia, and Luyi Ma

availability of soil resources. The development of the availability of soil resources can promote carbon transfer to the underground parts of trees, therefore promoting the growth of tree roots and development of the roots in absorbing water and nutrients

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Naofumi Hiehata, Shinji Fukuda, Yoshihiko Sato, Yukiko Tominaga, Osamu Terai, and Masahiko Yamada

. Tominaga, Y. Nesumi, H. 2007 Characteristics of isolated bacterium from canker symptom(s) observed in the underground parts of loquat seedlings for rootstock Bull. Nagasaki Fruit Tree Expt. Sta. 10 30 40 Taylor, J.D. Teverson, D.M. Davis, J.H.C. 1996

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Qingling Li, Yuesheng Yang, and Hong Wu

medium. All the cultures in this study were maintained under lighted conditions with a 12-h photoperiod under cool-white light (≈50 μmol·m −2 ·s −1 ) in a room with 25–27 °C. Cichoric acid determination. The aboveground and underground parts of 2-month