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Elsa S. Sánchez, Ermita Hernández, Mark L. Gleason, Jean C. Batzer, Mark A. Williams, Timothy Coolong, and Ricardo Bessin

ed. Wiley, Indianapolis, IN Soltani, N. Anderson, J.L. Hamson, A.R. 1995 Growth analysis of watermelon plants grown with muches and rowcovers J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 120 1001 1009 Taber, H.G. 1993 Early muskmelon production with wavelength

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Youbin Zheng, Linping Wang, Diane Feliciano Cayanan, and Mike Dixon

Tukey's Studentized range (honestly significant difference) test. Growth. The growth analysis showed that after 3 weeks of continuous Cu 2+ application, plant leaf number (12 ± 0.1 per plant), leaf area (4728 ± 95 cm 2 /plant), leaf dry

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Haiyan Zhang

shoots at 25 °C wilted from the 16th day, SH was not determined after 16 d at 25 °C. A high temperature (25 °C) was not favorable for seedling growth and was excluded from the seedling growth analysis. Overall, SH was much higher at 20 °C than 15 °C and

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Daniel S. Egel, Ray Martyn, and Chris Gunter

, N. Anderson, J.L. Hamson, A.R. 1995 Growth analysis of watermelon plants grown with mulches and row covers J. Amer. Hort. Soc. 20 1001 1009

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Hanna Y. Hanna

Phytopathology 71 959 964 Schwarz, D. 2003 Concentration and composition of nutrient solution affect root formation of young tomato Acta Hort. 609 103 108 Schwarz, D. Kuchenbuch, R. 1997 Growth analysis of tomato in a closed recirculating system in relation to

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Borja Velázquez-Martí, Marco Castillo, Fidel Rodríguez, Isabel López-Cortés, and Stefany Alcivar-Bastidas

; S2: plants were pruned forming two axes without branching; S3: plants were pruned in three axes without branching; C: plants had free growth. Analysis of variance at 95% confidence level. The number of flower clusters per plant formed at 283 and 313

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Philipp von Bieberstein, Ya-ming Xu, A.A. Leslie Gunatilaka, and Raphael Gruener

calculate the concentrations of WA in all samples. Results Seed germination rate was 34% (data not shown). Plant growth analysis showed trends but no statistically significant differences between the aeroponically and hydroponically grown plants ( Figs. 1

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Ana Fita, Belén Picó, Antonio J. Monforte, and Fernando Nuez

Basic growth analysis: Plant growth analysis for beginners 1st ed Unwin Hyman London Iglesias, A. Picó, B. Nuez, F. 2000 A temporal genetic analysis of disease resistance genes: Resistance to melon vine

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Grecia Hurtado, Patrick Lüdeke, and Moritz Knoche

the dimensions of small bubbles and drops. I. The spheroidal segment method for acute angles J. Phys. Chem. 40 159 167 Marcelis, L.F.M. Baan Hofman-Eijer, L.R. 1995 Growth analysis of sweet pepper fruits ( Capsicum annuum L.) Acta Hort. 412 470 478

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Ramón A. Arancibia and Carl E. Motsenbocker

.R. 1995 Growth analysis of watermelon plants grown with mulches and rowcovers J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 120 1001 1009 Taber, H.G. 1993 Early muskmelon production with wavelength selective and clear plastic mulches HortTechnology 3 78 80 U.S. Department of