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to the United States by Craddock and Pellegrino (1992 ). It has a high level of resistance to Phytophthora spp. and a reputation for producing good offspring. Its nuts (18–22 g) have a pretty reddish color and large hilum. Their flavor is good, and

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first through the hilum or micropyle (data not shown). Tetrazolium red, 9-aminoacridine, and rhodamine B penetrated the seedcoats; however, fluorescence or red formazan coloration on the surface of the cotyledons was not distributed uniformly

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medium type in 100- × 15-mm petri dishes (Thermo Fisher Scientific). It should be noted that even though the dividing hilum scar appears to be an easier place to make the incision, a vertical excising cut down the middle of the seed will often puncture

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two Philippine lines CES1D-21 × EG-MG-16, made in 1977 at AVRDC, Tainan, Taiwan. Characteristic: Early maturity, synchronous ripening of pods, high yield potential, large, glossy, and oval-shaped seeds with a concave hilum, erect plant type, green seed

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-colored with heavy striping; very small micropyle; distinct suture line and large hilum; kernel recovery intermediate, 34%; kernel intermediate, 2.4 g, round with distinct ridge; percentage of whole kernels intermediate, 48%. Tree: intermediate to large

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. to the U.S. 1992. Nut: 18-22 g; pellicle attractive reddish-brown, hilum large, peels well; flavor good. Tree: growth habit spreading, open; productivity fair to low; resistant to Phytophthora spp. Marsol. European-Japanese hybrid ripening

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