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Markus Keller and Lynn J. Mills

important to determine the dynamic changes in cold hardiness of ‘Sunbelt’ during the dormant season. The aim of this study was to evaluate ‘Sunbelt’ as a potential blending partner with or replacement for ‘Concord’. The study was conducted over 4 years to

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Julian Mendel, Kenneth G. Furton and DeEtta Mills

, 2006 ). The term ambrosia refers to an ecological relationship that these beetles share with fungal partners. These partners have coevolved to become dependent on one another for survival and dispersal. Ambrosia beetles belong to the subfamily

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Júlia Halász, Andrzej Pedryc, Sezai Ercisli, Kadir Ugurtan Yilmaz and Attila Hegedűs

exist to document the admission of Turkish graft-wood and other propagation materials to Hungary ( Faust et al., 1998 ). Even the Hungarian word used for this fruit crop, “kajszi,” has a Turkish origin as “kaysi,” meaning superior, sweet-seeded, and

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Derald Harp, Gaye Hammond, David C. Zlesak, Greg Church, Mark Chamblee and Steve George

. Earth-Kind ® rose trials have expanded outside of Texas and the greater south central United States, and horticulturists in other regions have been encouraged to partner with the Earth-Kind ® program using the well-established Earth-Kind ® trialing

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William S. Castle

most popular rootstock in many parts of the world before the spread of the virus. As these problems spread and were encountered by citrus growers worldwide, budding, i.e., using a rootstock, became the accepted practice. Grafting or budding is actually

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David C. Zlesak, Randy Nelson, Derald Harp, Barbara Villarreal, Nick Howell, Jason Griffin, Gaye Hammond and Steve George

States. Horticulturists in other regions have been encouraged to partner with the Earth-Kind ® program using the well-established Earth-Kind ® trialing protocols developed in Texas and modify them, as necessary, based on unique regional conditions

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. Imported fire ant eXtension will be launched to the public in Apr. 2006. Several other organizations have collaborated with ACES in implementing this program. Our partners include the Alabama Fire Ant Management Program, Alabama A&M University, USDA

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back and allowed to grow again. Studies were conducted in the greenhouse on plants graft inoculated with the two viruses. Typical symptoms developed on Beauregard after nearly one month of growth while symptom development Naspot 1 was minimal. Plants

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Manjul Dutt, Daniel Stanton and Jude W. Grosser

bHLH partner to achieve full functionality in the heterologous system ( Espley et al., 2007 ; Li et al., 2007 ; Takos et al., 2006 ). The blood orange is rich in anthocyanins ( Hillebrand et al., 2004 ) and arose as a mutation of the common blond

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Delaware, 126 Townsend Hall, Newark, DE 19716 The Professional Outreach Project is a major component of the Longwood Graduate Program curriculum in which students partner with a regional public horticulture institution and work within real-world problem