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species has received little attention from horticulturists despite its suite of traits valued by gardeners and landscapers, including its flowers in early spring, unique and upright growth habit, rich yellow foliage in fall, and shade tolerance ( Anderson

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‘Diva’). Selected by Karl Flinck, Bjuv, Sweden, from seed provided by Phil Savage. Large tree to at least 13 m. Flower color a blend of pink and yellow. Compare ‘Evamaria’ but with more pink to the inner tepals. 8-9 tepals, all petaloid and 12 cm in

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established centipedegrass. It is a slow growing, naturally yellow-green grass with medium leaf texture that typically exhibits iron (Fe)-deficiency symptoms ( Beard, 1973 ). Centipedegrass is a general-purpose turfgrass that requires little fertilizer

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standard (Life Technologies Corporation, Carlsbad, CA). Disease and Pest Reaction ‘Stolo’ is highly tolerant to the virus complex that consists of strawberry mottle , strawberry crinkle , and strawberry mild yellow-edge that are transmitted by aphids

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-to-acid ratio of 119.04 ( Table 1 ). At maturity, the peel is light green, with the individual areoles slightly separated and faintly outlined in yellow-white. As the fruit ripens, the areoles continued to separate and the pulp softens ( Fig. 1 ). The pulp is

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yellow, orange–yellow, or aubergine double flowers. There were four additional subgroups of closely related cultivars that shared parents and petal type. Subgroup 1 comprised ‘XA7’, ‘Dan Dan De Huang’, and ‘Dan Han Fen’, all dwarf or compact offspring of

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., 2004 , 2006 ; McCallum et al., 2010 ; Pattison et al., 2007 ; Woodhead et al., 2008 ) and the identification of QTL for important traits. These include resistance to cane diseases e.g., cane spot, spur blight, cane botrytis, and yellow rust ( Graham

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chromatography (GC) analysis using the method of Mateo et al. (1987) with the main modification involving preparation of keto groups with methoxyamine hydrochloride to prevent multiple derivatives from forming during silylation ( Horning et al., 1968 ). To 150

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China, N. nucifera is distributed on both sides of the major freshwater lakes in the valleys of the Yangtze River, Yellow River, and Pearl River. Nelumbo lutea is distributed across North America and northern South America but grows mainly in the

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including cucumber, melon, watermelon, butternut squash, and four C. pepo crops, zucchini, yellow summer squash, acorn squash, and pumpkin, were tested for response to inoculation with P. capsici . Materials and Methods Cucurbit fruit and

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