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indicated that ABL were genotypically similar to line M29 and IBL were genetically diverse, but more similar to M29 than to ‘Chipper’. To estimate GCA estimation, ABL and CHIBL were crossed with elite processing cultigens (i.e., lines H-19, 7012, WI 1983G

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Kopsell, D.A. Kopsell, D.E. Lefsrud, M.G. Curran-Celentano, J. Dukach, L.E. 2004 Variation in lutein, beta-carotene, and chlorophyll concentrations among Brassica oleracea cultigens and seasons HortScience 39

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challenged with a Texas strain of CYSDV, it expressed intermediate resistance and the F 2 segregation data did not fit a mono- or digenic, dominant gene model ( Sinclair, 2003 ). Reactions of 19 melon cultigens (cultivars, breeding lines, and PIs) to CYSDV

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Kopsell, D.A. Kopsell, D.E. Lefsrud, M.G. Curran-Celentano, J. Dukach, L.E. 2004 Variation in lutein, β-carotene, and chlorophyll concentrations among Brassica oleracea cultigens and seasons HortScience 39

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worldwide Plant Dis. 80 716 725 McCreight, J.D. 2006 Melon-powdery mildew interactions reveal variation in melon cultigens and Podosphaera xanthii races 1 and 2 J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 131 59 65

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of sweetpotato tablestock and high dry matter cultigens to Rhizopus soft rot Plant Dis. Mgt. Rpt. Report no. 2:V146 Huaman Z. 1991 Descriptors for sweet potato CIP, AVRDC, IBPGR Rome, Italy Jones, A

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susceptibility of new Polish apple cultigens to fire blight Folia Hort. Ann. 149 157 Sobiczewski, P. Żurawicz, E. Breczyński, S. Mikiciński, A. Lewandowski, M. 2008 The importance of the type of Erwinia amylowora inoculum in screening of apple genotypes

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reciprocal differences for high-level chilling resistance, indicating no cytoplasmic or maternal effects because the F 1 and reciprocal F 1 were resistant, even when the susceptible cultigen was used as the female parent. However, the lower-level resistance

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.]} ( Dijkhuizen et al., 1996 ; Horejsi and Staub, 1999 ). In fact, the limited genetic diversity of U.S. processing cucumber (especially since 1950) may, in part, be the result of the broad use of only a few cultigens (e.g., line Gy-14) in cultivar development

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Florida’s subtropical environment, with soil temperatures ranging from 17 to 37 °C in spring and 20 to 36 °C in fall ( Thies et al., 2008 ). Other sources of resistance to M. incognita have been found in some Scotch Bonnet ( C. chinense ) cultigens

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