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Ivan Simko, Ryan J. Hayes, Carolee T. Bull, Beiquan Mou, Yaguang Luo, Mark A. Trent, Amy J. Atallah, Edward J. Ryder, and Rebecca G. Sideman

.C. Wintermantel, W.M. Hand, P. Aburomia, R. Pink, D.A.C. Ryder, E.J. 2005 Genetic analysis and mapping of resistance to lettuce dieback: A soilborne disease caused by tombusviruses Theor. Appl. Genet. 110 259 268 Hayes, R. Ryder, E. Bull, C. 2008 Notice of release

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Fan Li, Shenchong Li, and Qinli Shan

Pink displayed the lowest biomass accumulation. Although no differences in plant height and root length were found in cultivars Yellow Storm and Autumn, the biomass accumulation of cultivar Yellow Storm was less efficient beyond the optimum temperature

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Chad E. Finn and John R. Clark

display moderate vigor, 60% less than trees budded on seedling peach; more resistant to armillaria root rot ( Armillaria tabescens ) than Guardian; resistance to peach tree short life similar to Guardian; resistance to root-knot nematodes ( Meloidogyne

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Nathan J. Jahnke, John M. Dole, and H. David Shew

, cuttings are typically imported by the United States from stock plant farms in Central America ( Williams, 2006 ). Second, rooting stations receive the cuttings and grow them for a short period of time before shipping the rooted cuttings (liners) to growers

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Christopher S. Cramer

because it is short-day in its maturity, expresses a high level of pink root resistance, and produces an extensive root system (J.N. Corgan, personal communication, 2013). When bulbs of both entries flowered in May of 1981, pollinators were introduced to

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Sylvie Jenni, David de Koeyer, and George Emery

Ellis, P.R. Pink, D.A.C. Ramsey, A.D. 1994 Inheritance of resistance to lettuce root aphid in the lettuce cultivars ‘Avoncrisp’ and ‘Lakeland’ Ann. Appl. Biol. 124 141 151 Friedman, B.A. 1954

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Lina M. Rodríguez-Salamanca and Mary K. Hausbeck

40 onion cultivars are available to Michigan growers from various seed suppliers. Some of these cultivars offer resistance to pink root incited by Setophoma terrestris (H.N. Hansen) Gruyter, Aveskamp, & Verkley (Syn: Phoma terrestris ) and

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Xiaoming Wang, Jianjun Chen, Huijie Zeng, Zhongquan Qiao, Yongxin Li, Neng Cai, and Xiangying Wang

, and fragrance ( Ye et al., 2010 ; Zhang et al., 2008 , 2010 ), resistance to aphids and powdery mildew ( Chen et al., 2007 ), tolerance to chilling temperature, and extended flowering period ( Wang et al., 2013 ). Currently, more than 120 cultivars

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Xinwang Wang, Phillip A. Wadl, Cecil Pounders, Robert N. Trigiano, Raul I. Cabrera, Brian E. Scheffler, Margaret Pooler, and Timothy A. Rinehart

, including white, pink, purple, and red; and resistance to powdery mildew and some insect pests. Over 200 crapemyrtle cultivars exist ( Dix, 1999 ) with at least half of these available from wholesale and retail nurseries. There are 32 crapemyrtle cultivars

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Chunxian Chen and William R. Okie

Peach flowers normally have five separate, perigynous petals and sepals. Commercial peach fruit cultivars have pink flowers classified as one of two types, showy or non-showy, based on the corolla shape and size. Showy flowers have larger