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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

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Chase Jones-Baumgardt, David Llewellyn and Youbin Zheng

). Typical spectral photon flux distribution (300 to 800 nm) at bench level from natural and SL sources are provided in Fig. 1 . The experimental growing environment consisted of four adjacent benches that were fixed in place on the rails, with the near side

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Craig E. Kallsen, Dan E. Parfitt and Brent Holtz

alternate bearing in pistachio may, primarily, be a masting phenomenon. Masting is an ecological adaptation based on a tree switching from vegetative and reproductive carbohydrate partitioning for reasons other than resource (i.e., carbohydrate) limitation

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Michele R. Warmund

, p. 118–140. In: Shorthouse, J.D. and O. Rohfritsch (eds.). Biology of insect-induced galls. Oxford Univ. Press, New York, NY Cooper, W.R. Rieske, L.K. 2010 Gall structure affects ecological associations of Dryocosmus kuriphilus (Hymenoptera

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Caihong Zhong, Shengmei Wang, Zhengwang Jiang and Hongwen Huang

female plant of A. eriantha was a selection with large fruit size originated from its natural distribution in Fujian Province, whereas pollens were used from several male plants of A. chinensis var. chinensis originally collected from its natural

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Geoffrey C. Denny and Michael A. Arnold

distribution to Florida and the Gulf Coast east of Texas, and up the Atlantic coast to North Carolina ( Middleton and McKee, 2004 ). Montezuma cypress is the southernmost taxa, occurring in Mexico and far southern Texas ( Turner and Watson, 1999 ). T. distichum

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Kim E. Hummer

with socio-economic and agro-ecological events difficult. Presently analytical tools from genetics, paleoecology, archaeology, and linguistics may help answer these questions, but an integrated approach is needed. In this paper, three agricultural

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Ana Regia Alves de Araújo Hendges, Jose Wagner da Silva Melo, Marcelo de Almeida Guimaraes and Janiquelle da Silva Rabelo

such ecological parameters as relative abundance and diversity. Relative abundance represented the percentage participation of the number of individuals of each taxon in relation to the total number of individuals sampled. Diversity relates the number

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Judith Pozo, Miguel Urrestarazu, Isidro Morales, Jessica Sánchez, Milagrosa Santos, Fernando Dianez and Juan E. Álvaro

Physiological and ecological significance of biomineralizaion in plants Trends Plant Sci. 19 3 166 174 Henriet, C. Draye, X. Oppitz, I. Swennen, R. Delvaux, B. 2006 Effects, distribution and uptake of silicon in banana (Musa spp.) under controlled conditions