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Eun Young Nam, Jung Hyun Kwon, Ji Hae Jun, Kyeong Ho Chung, Seok Kyu Yun, Sung Jong Kim and Yun Su Do

‘Yellow Dream’ is the fifth nectarine [ Prunus persica (Batsch) L.] released from the National Institute of Horticultural and Herbal Science (NIHHS), Rural Development Administration (RDA). The NIHHS RDA has released 10 peach and 7 nectarine

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Beiquan Mou, Ryan J. Hayes and Edward J. Ryder

Corky root of lettuce ( Lactuca sativa L.) has been observed in major lettuce-producing areas of the world, including North America, Western Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. Roots of infected plants develop yellow to brown lesions that later

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E.W. Stover and T.G. McCollum

the bacterium CLas) was verified in Florida in 2005 ( Gottwald et al., 2007 ) and is now present in all commercial citrus-growing counties. Development of resistant cultivars is needed, and there are sources of resistance to these diseases within the

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Ibrahim I. Tahir, Eva Johansson and Marie E. Olsson

resulting from artificial inoculation was measured as surface decay lesion area. Skin of heated and unheated apples was examined under a scanning electronic microscope (LEO 435VP, Cambridge, UK) with secondary electron detector at 2 kV low voltage and on

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Thomas Gradziel and Sabrina Marchand

has never achieved high plantings due to inferior fruit quality and yields. Pedigree analysis has documented the extensive use of ‘Dixon’ as well as a sibling selection designated ‘Dixon #2’ during cultivar development efforts before the 1980s

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Jack E. McCoy and Paul W. Bosland

for powdery mildew development and severe infection occurred throughout the garden. In fact, the disease level was the highest seen in more than a decade. The garden has been used in the past to identify serendipitous sources of salt tolerance ( Votava

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Ockert P.J. Stander, Karen I. Theron and Paul J.R. Cronjé

Navel ( De Cicco et al., 1988 ) and Valencia ( Borroto et al., 1981 ). Similarities in certain causal factors and physiological development of splitting exist between citrus and other commercial fruit species; however, the unique anatomy and physiology

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Gayle M. Volk, Christopher M. Richards, Ann A. Reilley, Adam D. Henk, Patrick A. Reeves, Philip L. Forsline and Herb S. Aldwinckle

-point lesions, chlorotic lesions, necrotic lesions, nonsporulating, cupped or convoluted leaves. Seedlings that produced conidia and exhibited signs of sporulation were considered susceptible. Cedar apple rust susceptibility was determined based on the

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Shiow Y. Wang and Kim S. Lewers

strawberry genotypes with high antioxidant activity and bioactive compounds for use in cultivar development. Materials and Methods Genotypes evaluated. Nineteen genotypes of three strawberry species ( F . chiloensis , F . virginiana , and F

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Corina Serban and Lee Kalcsits

Bitter pit is a physiological disorder that has long been associated with low fruit Ca concentrations. The symptoms appear as depressed brown lesions on the skin of the fruit, typically located directly below the peel, but are often found scattered