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.21273/HORTTECH.21.6.752 Kiihl, R.A.S. Hartwig, E.E. Kilen, T.C. 1977 Grafting as a tool in soybean breeding Crop Sci. 17 1 181 183 10.2135/cropsci1977.0011183X001700010048x King, S.R. Davis, A.R. Zhang, X. Crosby, K. 2010 Genetics, breeding and selection of

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plants, but the results are inconsistent, being dependent on plants’ genetics, intensity, and duration of drought treatment and many other unknown factors. For instance, Kasele et al. (1994) revealed that under drought conditions, ETH application

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onto two different rootstocks. Hort Plant J. 2 105 113 King, S.R. Davis, A.R. Zhang, X. Crosby, K. 2010 Genetics, breeding and selection of rootstocks for Solanaceae and Cucurbitaceae Sci. Hort. 127 106 111 Kubota, C. Mcclure, M.A. Kokalis-Burelle, N

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, O.M. 1977 Photoperiod and temperature interactions in growth and flowering of strawberry Physiol. Plant. 40 1 21 26 Heide, O.M. Stavang, J.A. Sønsteby, A. 2013 Physiology and genetics of flowering in cultivated and wild strawberries – A review J

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The sweetpotato cultivar, Covington, was released by the North Carolina State University Sweetpotato Breeding and Genetics Program ( Yencho et al., 2008 ). North Carolina is the leading sweetpotato producer in the United States, with 63,000 acres

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computer code, some in public domain databases, others with the journal. Examples of journals that require at least some data archiving include The American Naturalist , BMC Ecology , Genetics , Molecular Ecology and Evolution , Nature , and Science

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, and temperature ( Rupert et al., 1997 ). Balbontín et al. (2013) reviewed the literature regarding the cultural practices, physiology, biochemistry, and genetics in relation to cracking in sweet cherry. Yet, a complete solution is not yet available

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development, physiology, genetics, or ecology. They are put in groups and asked to speculate on why this theory might not be correct and propose a set of observations that, if made, would refute the theory. In a leadership class, students are asked to write a

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-skinned, orange-fleshed variety being considered for release by the North Carolina Sweetpotato Breeding and Genetics Program, probably in 2016 (K. Pecota and G. Yencho, personal communication). ‘Bonita’ is a white-skinned, white-fleshed variety considered to be

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doubled between 1963–65 and 2007–08 ( Ogden and Carroll, 2010 ). Although genetics are known to influence an individual’s body mass index (BMI), environmental factors are thought to be largely responsible for rising obesity rates ( Ebbeling et al., 2002

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