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Deborah Dean, Phillip A. Wadl, Denita Hadziabdic, William E. Klingeman, Bonnie H. Ownley, Timothy A. Rinehart, Adam J. Dattilo, Brian Scheffler, and Robert N. Trigiano

program Structure indicated two populations and that the population is fragmented. However, the F IS values indicate a high inbreeding coefficient and suggest the trees are in fact breeding with closely related individuals. Therefore, we conclude that

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David E. Zaurov, Thomas J. Molnar, Sasha W. Eisenman, Timothy M. Ford, Ravza F. Mavlyanova, John M. Capik, C. Reed Funk, and Joseph C. Goffreda

characteristics important to the Rutgers breeding program. Because of the large number of seedlings, the initial spacing was restricted to less than 1 m between each plant in the row. Each year, poor-performing trees were systematically culled with many others

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Rayane Barcelos Bisi, Ute Albrecht, and Kim D. Bowman

The rootstock is an important component of a healthy and productive citrus tree, influencing the fruit yield, fruit quality, tree size, and tolerance of diseases ( Bowman and Joubert, 2020 ; Castle et al., 2011 ; McCollum and Bowman, 2017

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Gehendra Bhattarai, Shawn A. Mehlenbacher, and David C. Smith

breeding process. Stromata are present on the sunken, perennial cankers. When branches become wet in winter and spring, the perithecia swell and eject ascospores because of an increase in pressure ( Pinkerton et al., 1998 ). The released ascospores are

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Sharon Inch, Ed Stover, Randall Driggers, and Richard F. Lee

breeding: Tree and tropical fruits. John Wiley, New York, NY Tignor, M.E. Davies, F.S. Sherman, W.B. 1998 Freezing tolerance and growth characteristics of USDA intergeneric citrus hybrids US119 and selection 17-11 HortScience 33 744 748 UC IPM Online 2014

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Janna Beckerman, James Chatfield, and Erik Draper

presence of HcrVf2 in the susceptible M. floribunda trees at Secrest and conclusively demonstrate the existence of Race 7 and the breakdown of Vf/Vfh resistance in North America. With further integration of the plant pathology and plant breeding

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ChihCheng T. Chao and Robert R. Krueger

demand for new trees to plant ( Date Palm Tissue Culture Laboratory, 2006 ). REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY OF DATE PALMS Date palm is a diploid (2n = 2x = 36), perennial, and monocotyledonous plant belonging to Palmaceae ( Barrow, 1998 ). The name of date

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Aditi D. Satpute, Chunxian Chen, Fredrick G. Gmitter Jr., Peng Ling, Qibin Yu, Melinda R. Grosser, Jude W. Grosser, and Christine D. Chase

nuclear and cytoplasmic genes are predicted to bring changes to the cellular, physical, physiological, and biochemical aspects of the tree. Rootstock development, ploidy manipulation, and generation of elite germplasm for the conventional breeding are

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Guilherme Locatelli, Rafael Pio, Rayane Barcelos Bisi, Filipe Bittencourt Machado de Souza, Mariana Thereza Rodrigues Viana, Daniela da Hora Farias, Evaristo Mauro de Castro, and Carolina Ruiz Zambon

Water deficits are considered the primary environmental stress in agriculture, and improving the growth and production of plants under this stress is one of the primary goals of breeding and crop management programs ( Cattivelli et al., 2008

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Xinwang Wang, Deborah Dean, Phillip Wadl, Denita Hadziabdic, Brian Scheffler, Timothy Rinehart, Raul Cabrera, and Robert Trigiano

The genus Lagerstroemia L. contains shrubs or trees that are primarily native to tropical regions of southeastern Asia and Indo-Malaysia ( Furtado and Srisuko, 1969 ), which are cultivated, and in some cases naturalized, in temperate and