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Maria C. Morera, Paul F. Monaghan, Michael D. Dukes, Ondine Wells and Stacia L. Davis

overlapped with landscape choices. In another survey study, Wolters (2014) found that water-conserving landscaping and irrigation behaviors were predicted by environmental attitudes scored through the New Ecological Paradigm Scale ( Dunlap et al., 2000 ) as

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Xi Li, Dongqin Tang and Yimin Shi

characterization, population structure analysis, and assessment of genetic diversity. Despite the economic and ecological importance of N. pseudonarcissus , little genomic information is available for this genus, and molecular markers have only recently been used

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Cinta Calvet, Amelia Camprubi, Ana Pérez-Hernández and Paulo Emilio Lovato

determined. Results were statistically analyzed by ANOVA and means were compared with Tukey test ( P ≤ 0.05). Results Figure 1 shows the spore size distribution of 100 R. irregularis spores obtained in monoxenic culture in petri plates or in host plant

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Daniela Farinelli, Pierluigi Pierantozzi and Assunta Maria Palese

are in the endocarp. Because the samples came from a normal distribution, the frequencies observed should be close to the expected frequencies based on a normal distribution. For each distribution, a χ 2 test was performed to test whether the observed

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Yuejin Weng, Jun Qin, Stephen Eaton, Yufeng Yang, Waltram Second Ravelombola and Ainong Shi

using Tabulate, and the distributions of protein content was also performed using Distribution in JMP Genomics 7. On the basis of our experiments in this study, there were 173 cowpea genotypes growing in two locations using RCBD with three blocks

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Steven J. Bergsten, Andrew K. Koeser and J. Ryan Stewart

; Welsh et al., 1993 ). The native distribution of A. weberi ranges from southern Texas to San Luis Potosi and Tamaulipas, Mexico ( eMonocot Team, 2012 ). Traditionally, agaves were used for food, beverage, and fiber ( Castetter et al., 1938 ). Nowadays

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Mwanarusi Saidi, Francis M. Itulya, Joseph N. Aguyoh and Mathieu Ngouajio

the major cowpea-growing area of Kenya. Katumani lies at an altitude of 1575 m above sea level and latitude 1°35′ S and 37°14′ E in Agro-Ecological Zone 4 with Chromic Luvisols soil types ( FAO-UNESCO, 1990 ). Rainfall pattern in the area is bimodal

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Alex B. Daniels, David M. Barnard, Phillip L. Chapman and William L. Bauerle

primarily driven by the rate of leaf-level transpiration and the total transpiring leaf area. Furthermore, root density distribution, a variable that can be species-dependent, and substrate surface evaporation affect water extraction patterns ( Andreu et al

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Guangyao Wang and Mathieu Ngouajio

a better rainfall distribution, especially early in the season ( Fig. 1 ). Cover crop residue acts as a sink or a source for plant-available nutrients. In 2005 when cover crop biomass was small (young plants) and was given enough time to decompose

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Lara Abou Chehade, Marco Fontanelli, Luisa Martelloni, Christian Frasconi, Michele Raffaelli and Andrea Peruzzi

linear mixed effects models using the lmerTest package ( Kuznetsova et al., 2018 ) of R statistical software ( R Core Team, 2017 ). The numbers of garlic bulbs were modeled according to a Poisson distribution with generalized linear models. Nonsignificant