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D. Bradley Rowe, Michael A. Monterusso and Clayton L. Rugh

Funding for this study was provided by Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Mich.; McDonough Braungart Design Chemistry, Charlottesville, Va.; and the Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station.

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Mohamad Hossein Sheikh Mohamadi, Nematollah Etemadi, Ali Nikbakht and Mohammad Pessarakli

concentration of MDA was determined with an extinction coefficient of 155 m m −1 ·cm −1 ( Heath and Parker, 1968 ). Experimental design and data analysis. The experiment was repeated for 2 years, and all of the measurements were taken four times per year

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Adam D. Call, Todd C. Wehner, Gerald J. Holmes and Peter S. Ojiambo

referred to as cultigens) having different levels of resistance for their effect on disease severity and yield. Materials and Methods Experiment design. Field tests were done during the summer from 2008 to 2011 at the Horticultural Crops Research Station in

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Frederick S. Davies and Glenn Zalman

and statistical analysis. The experiment was arranged as a 2 (+GA 3 ,–GA 3 ) × 3 (rootstock; Swingle, Carrizo, Volk) factorial using a completely randomized design with 10 single-tree replications/treatment. Fruit were harvested at five dates as

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David Obenland, Sue Collin, James Sievert and Mary Lu Arpaia

( APHIS, 2012 ). Other research, designed to examine the effectiveness of HTFA treatment of oranges under commercial conditions, however, found there to be problems with HTFA-induced flavor changes (Mary Lu Arpaia, personal communication). In another study

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Annelle W.B. Holder, Winston Elibox, Christopher Avey and Pathmanathan Umaharan

cultivars viz. Acropolis, Fantasia, Lambada, Pistache, President, and Sonate obtained through tissue culture and containing five leaves each were used in this study. The experiment was arranged in a randomized complete block design with four replications and

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Mingying Xiang, Justin Q. Moss, Dennis L. Martin and Yanqi Wu

overhead daily with the nonportable water (EC = 0.5 dS·m −1 ) for a total of 7 d. Thereafter, all the pots were subirrigated for 8 weeks. Experimental design and statistical analysis. A split-plot experiment was conducted with six replications with salinity

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Beiquan Mou, Steven J. Klosterman, Amy Anchieta, Elisabeth Wood and Krishna V. Subbarao

positive for V. dahliae and were excluded from the experiment. The 120 accessions used in a previous screening experiment ( Villarroel-Zeballos et al., 2012 ) were also excluded from the current investigation. The remaining 268 accessions plus 9

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James D. Oster, D.E. Stottlmyer and M.L. Arpaia

concentration in the irrigation water ranged from 1.1 to 1.3 mmol·L −1 . Kalmar and Lahav (1977) reported maximum ECe levels in the root zone ranging from 1.8 to 2.0 dS·m −1 obtained in a field experiment conducted near Akko, Israel. In the study conducted by

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Mohamad-Hossein Sheikh-Mohamadi, Nematollah Etemadi, Ali Nikbakht, Mostafa Farajpour, Mostafa Arab and Mohammad Mahdi Majidi

wheatgrass genotypes evaluated in this study. The ultimate aim was to compare their tolerance to salinity. The genotypes were initially categorized as the Iranian desert wheatgrass, tall wheatgrass, and crested wheatgrass, and the experiments were conducted