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). These data are consistent with our hypothesis that the development of skin separation, or “silvering,” in bell pepper cultivars is more strongly influenced by genetics than environment or cultural practices and may be linked to phytophthora resistance

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1307 1312 10.21273/HORTSCI11903-17 de Meijer, E.P.M. Bagatta, M. Carboni, A. Crucitti, P. Molterni, V.M.C. Ranalli, P. Mandolino, G. 2003 The inheritance of chemical phenotype in Cannabis sativa L Genetics 163 335 346 10.1093/genetics/163

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. Many respondents expressed qualified agreement for a proposition, for example, when asked about the strength of the relationship between fruit handling and fruit flavor, one individual said, “I think it is part of the equation. I think good genetics are

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-pollinated seedlings to grafted varieties means evaluating yield and taste from locations on many islands. Bittenbender et al. (p. 690) developed a microfermentation method to accurately evaluate taste related to genetics and terroir , and tropical hobbyists can use

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2006 < www.nass.usda.gov:81/ipedb/ >. Wehner, T.C. 1999 Heterosis in vegetable crops 387 397 Coors J.G. Pandey S. The genetics and exploitation of heterosis in crops ASA-CSSA-SSSA Madison, WI Wells, O.S. Loy, J.B. 1985 Intensive vegetable production

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. Ext. Serv. Bul. 1198 Brewster, J.L. 1990 Physiology of crop growth and bulbing, p. 53–81. In: H.D. Rabowitch and J.L. Brewster (eds.). Onions and allied crops. Vol. 1. Botany, physiology, and genetics. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL 10

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during irrigation HortScience 49 1432 1436 Hove-Jensen, B. Zechel, D.L. Jochimsen, B. 2014 Utilization of glyphosate as phosphate source: Biochemistry and genetics of bacterial carbon-phosphorus lyase Microbiol. Mol. Biol. Rev. 78 176 197 Huang, Y. Xiao

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result of either the lack of qualified faculty to teach the course (25%) or that enrollment in the course tended to be low (38%). One written comment indicated that as departments begin to align their focus more with genetics and biotechnology programs

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marketable yield reported. In this study, cultivar and year interacted significantly with average seed size but not percent marketable pods. The difference in seed size is most likely a function of relative maturity at harvest and genetics. According to

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. Alternatively, advances in rootstock genetics and use may reliably increase crop yield or decrease inputs and thereby improve net returns. These benefits would be desirable for tomato growers as they would improve economic viability of grafted systems as

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