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Chase Jones-Baumgardt, David Llewellyn, Qinglu Ying and Youbin Zheng

flux density (TPFD, 400 to 800 nm) levels ranging from 110 to 545 μmol·m −2 ·s −1 (16-h photoperiod) on growth and phytochemical content of four Brassicaceae genotypes: red pak choi, kohlrabi, tatsoi, and mustard. Their trial used modules comprising

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Xinjuan Chen, Zhujun Zhu, Joska Gerendás and Nadine Zimmermann

Lewis, J. Fenwick, G.R. 1988 Glucosinolate content of Brassica vegetables: Chinese cabbage pe-tsai ( Brassica pekinensis ) and pak-choi ( Brassica chinensis ) J. Sci. Food Agr. 45 379 386 Mithen, R

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William J. Sciarappa, Jim Simon, Ramu Govindasamy, Kathleen Kelley, Frank Mangan, Shouan Zhang, Surendran Arumugam, Peter Nitzsche, Richard Van Vranken, Stephen Komar, Albert Ayeni, Gene McAvoy, Chung Park, William Reichert, David Byrnes, Qingli Wu, Brian Schilling and Ricardo Orellana

greens and herbs, the major Chinese selections preferred by consumers were shanghai bok choy ( Brassica rapa var. chinensis ), pak choi, and mizuna ( Brassica rapa var. chinensis and var. japonica ), chinese broccoli ( Brassica oleracea ), chinese

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Kent D. Kobayashi, Theodore J.K. Radovich and Brooke E. Moreno

activity in pak choi ( Brassica rapa chinensis group) grown under two fertilizer regimes J. Sci. Food Agr. (in press) Parr, D.M. Van Horn, M. 2006 Development of organic and sustainable agricultural education at the University of California, Davis: A

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Richard H. Molinar

. Bok choy and other choys ( Brassica rapa var. chinesis ) originated from China and are non-heading or loose-heading types of cabbage. Bok choy (pak choi), choy sum (var. purpurea ), yu choy (similar to bok choy except it is more delicate and sweeter

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Jen A. Sembera, Erica J. Meier and Tina M. Waliczek

and reproduction of the algae, II. Cambridge Univ. Press, New York, NY Gangaiah, C. Ahmad, A. Nguyen, H.V. Wang, K.-H. Radovich, T.J.K. 2017 Evaluating three invasive algal species as local organic sources of potassium for pak choi ( Brassica rapa

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Myeong Whoon Seo, Dong Sik Yang, Stanley J. Kays, Gung Pyo Lee and Kuen Woo Park

( Perilla frutescens ), kale ( Brassica oleracea L. var. acephala ), and pak-choi ( B. rapa L. var. chinensis ) ( Park and Lee, 2006 ) and is commercially widely grown in greenhouses using hydroponic culture ( Lee et al., 2006 ). Taste and nutritional

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David A. Baumbauer, Colleen B. Schmidt and Macdonald H. Burgess

anthocyanin accumulation in purple pak-choi ( Brassica campestris ssp. Chinensis Makino) PLoS One 12 e0179305 Zhu, J. Tremblay, N. Liang, Y. 2012 Comparing SPAD and atLEAF values for chlorophyll assessment in crop species Can. J. Soil Sci. 92 645 648

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Li Li, Ling Liu, Deshuang Zhang, Ping Wu, Fenglan Zhang and Xiulan Xu

genomics between Brassica rapa and Arabidopsis thaliana : The genetic origin of clubroot resistance Genetics 173 309 319 Wang, X.Y. Yu, Sh.C. Zhang, F.L. Yu, Y.J. Zhao, X.Y. Zhang, D.Sh. 2008 SSR fingerprinting and genetic distinctness of Pak-choi

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Dean A. Kopsell, J. Scott McElroy, Carl E. Sams and David E. Kopsell

types, as well as Chinese cabbage, turnip, and pak-choi are found within B. rapa . Brassica nigra , popularly known as black mustard, is used for its seed oil content. The cross between B. nigra and B. oleracea produces B. carinata . It is a tall