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Whitney N. Griffin, Steven M. Cohan, John D. Lea-Cox and Andrew G. Ristvey

for particle size distribution and organic content as well as specific physical properties such as water holding capacity, bulk density, and total porosity ( FLL, 2008 ). Beyond the basic FLL recommendations, GRS composition varies internationally and

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Zhipei Feng, Xitian Yang, Hongyan Liang, Yuhua Kong, Dafeng Hui, Jiabao Zhao, Erhui Guo and Beibei Fan

studies have demonstrated that P. orientalis provided considerable ecological benefits for vegetation restoration, especially in fragile ecosystems such as arid and semiarid regions ( Yu et al., 2015 ; Zhang et al., 2017 ). However, its survival rate is

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Jonas Christensen, Uffe Bjerre Lauridsen, Christian Andreasen and Henrik Lütken

supplement to traditional cabbage species. Most research on sea kale has been ecological studies ( Bond et al., 2005 ; Briard et al., 2002 ; Walmsley and Davy, 1997a , 1997b , 1997c ). A few studies describe sea kale being grown as Belgian endive

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Francisco Alcon, Mari Carmen García-Martínez, María Dolores De-Miguel and María Ángeles Fernández-Zamudio

end of the range. Its corresponding cumulative function will be defined by: Likewise, the distribution of T can be expressed by the survival function, S ( t ), the reverse of the cumulative distribution function of T . This defines the

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Joseph Tychonievich and Ryan M. Warner

that are exclusively native to the Americas and is comprised of the subgenera Audibertia and Calosphace . Because the clades defined by Walker correspond largely with geographical distribution and with the subgenera and sections of Bentham, it is

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Takaho Taniguchi and Rie Akamatsu

Because the scores for “attitude toward locally grown food,” “attachment to region,” and body mass index (BMI) all showed asymmetrical distributions ( P = 0.001, based on the results of the Shapiro–Wilk test), the median within a percentile range (25th

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George C.J. Fernandez

as 1) nonindependence of error, 2) unequal error variation within treatment, and 3) nonnormal error distribution is an important component of statistical analysis. Proper randomization methods in experimental designs ensure that the residuals are

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Fumiomi Takeda, D. Michael Glenn and Gary W. Stutte

preponderance of far-red radiation relative to red light ( Kasperbauer, 1971 ). This shift in spectral composition of light is biologically significant in the context of ecological aspects of light on seed germination and vegetative development. Plants grown in

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S. Alan Walters and Jonathan R. Schultheis

cross-pollinations of ‘Sunshade’ with ‘Crimson Sweet’. To determine differences in the distribution of lobed-leaf seedlings, Wilcoxon signed rank test analyses were used on paired comparisons of rows using 3-m interval data down the row: 1) north versus

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Melissa Bravo, Antonio DiTommaso and David Hayes

Plain, MA Daehler, C.D. 1998 The taxonomic distribution of invasive plants: Ecological insights and comparison to agricultural weeds Biol. Conserv. 84 167 180 Dewey, S.A. Anderson, K.A. 2004 Distinct roles of surveys, inventories, and monitoring in