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ripening pathways in melon fruit Plant Sci. 175 114 120 Pitrat, M. 2016 Melon genetic resources: Phenotypic diversity and horticultural taxonomy, p. 25–60. In: R. Grumet, N. Katzir, and J. Garcia-Mas (eds.). Genetics and genomics of Cucurbitaceae. Springer

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First report of powdery mildew on zinnia, blue torenia, dahurian patrinia and scoparia caused by genus Euodium in Japan J. Gen. Plant Pathol. 79 89 95 Kamenetsky, R. Dole, J. 2012 Herbaceous peony ( Paeonia ): Genetics, physiology and cut flower

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for growers in Georgia (W.L. Brim, personal communication). In tomato ( Solanum lycopersicum ) and bell pepper fruit, BER is a symptom of a localized Ca deficiency occurring early in development ( Bangerth, 1979 ; Marcelis and Ho, 1999 ). Genetics

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juice quality and disease resistance. Their goal is to identify cultivars that have desirable and unique juice quality but that are also productive in modern orchard systems. Genetics and cultivar improvement Although the identification of regionally

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. Stampar, F. 2009 Performance of hazelnut cultivars from Oregon in northeastern Slovenia HortTechnology 19 653 659 10.1007/BF01159464 Thompson, M.M. 1979 Genetics of incompatibility in Corylus avellana L Theor. Appl. Genet. 54 113 116 Thompson, M

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fertilization to the customer. Although many landscapers and consumers fertilize plants in the landscape ( Shober et al., 2010 ), plants are not always adequately fertilized after sale. Without residual fertilizer, no matter how good the plant genetics or

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.2307/2265767 Casler, M.D. 2010 Genetics, breeding, and ecology of reed canarygrass Intl. J. Plant Breed. 4 30 36 Casler, M.D. Hovin, A.W. 1984 Genotype×environment interaction for reed canarygrass forage yield ( Phalaris arundinacea, stability analysis) Crop Sci. 24

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from 20,000–38,000 lb/acre per year ( Petran et al., 2017 ). It is believed that reduced weed competition due to the plastic mulch, reduced fungal pressure under low tunnel coverings, and more vigorous genetics in the recent cultivars will lead to

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genetic resources (eight papers); nutraceuticals, aroma, and volatiles (five papers); genetics and gene mapping (three papers); postharvest (two papers); and only one winning paper focused on production systems. As might be expected, most authors

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taught monthly during each school year to the Group A students. Group B students were not taught the lessons. Lesson topics included plant structures and plant identification; wetland habitats; photosynthesis; composting; plant pollination; plant genetics

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