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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

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Shengrui Yao

Mexico State University’s Sustainable Agriculture Science Center, Alcalde, NM (lat. 36°05′28″N, long. 106°03′25″W, and 1737 m elevation). There are over 50 jujube cultivars at the NMSU Alcalde Center ( Yao et al., 2015 ). As trees were planted or grafted

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Alan T. Whittemore and Zheng-Lian Xia

The genus Ulmus L. (the elms) holds a preeminent place in North American and European horticulture. Ulmus spp. have served as iconic street and landscape trees in both of these continents ( Campanella, 2003 ; Dunn, 2000 ). Elms have also served

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Phillip A. Wadl, Xinwang Wang, John K. Moulton, Stan C. Hokanson, John A. Skinner, Timothy A. Rinehart, Sandra M. Reed, Vincent R. Pantalone, and Robert N. Trigiano

). They were first documented in humans ( Hamada et al., 1982 ) and later isolated and characterized in five tropical tree species ( Conduit and Hubbell, 1991 ). SSRs are polymerase chain reaction (PCR)based molecular markers valued for their abundant and

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Patrick J. Conner

( Goff et al., 1998 ). Inoculation of field-grown trees with a suspension of spores has been successful ( Conner and Stevenson, 2004 ) but requires a relatively large amount of inoculum and is very time-consuming. More importantly, the results of field

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Mikeal L. Roose, Frank Suozhan Cheng, and Claire T. Federici

175 ORAL SESSION 51 (Abstr. 360-366) Rose and Tree Fruits (Citrus and Papaya): Breeding and Genetics

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Francisco A. A. Mourão Fo, Jude W. Grosser, and Frederick G. Gmitter Jr.

175 ORAL SESSION 51 (Abstr. 360-366) Rose and Tree Fruits (Citrus and Papaya): Breeding and Genetics

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Francisco A. A. Mourão Fo, Jude W. Grosser, and Frederick G. Gmitter Jr.

175 ORAL SESSION 51 (Abstr. 360-366) Rose and Tree Fruits (Citrus and Papaya): Breeding and Genetics

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Peng Ling, Fred G. Gmitter Jr., Larry W. Duncan, and S. Y. Xiao

175 ORAL SESSION 51 (Abstr. 360-366) Rose and Tree Fruits (Citrus and Papaya): Breeding and Genetics