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about genome sizes for any Phlox cultivars and comparatively few for Phlox species although chromosome counts have been reported for the principal species ( Flory, 1931 , 1934 ; Meyer, 1944 ). A chromosome number survey of over 100 cultivars of P

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is measured with various chemical assays ( Dalla Valle et al., 2007 ; Vizzotto et al., 2007 ). To this end, surveys of peach germplasm have identified differences in TAC as well as differences in total phenolics and/or total anthocyanin, thought to

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across the surveyed cultivars in our study is suggestive of a photoperiodic response. Worth noting, however, is that the 2012 growing season was much warmer than 2011. As a result, GDD accumulated more rapidly and flower initials were observed 19 d

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BC 3 5-593 × t z sel Cl G b v sellatus BC 3 5-593. z AFLP survey using BSA. In total, eight Eco RI and 32 Mse I primer combinations were surveyed for a total of 256 AFLP primer combinations. One primer combination was found to yield

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nonfumigated soils. In some fields ‘Camarosa’ and ‘Gaviota’ suffered up to 60% mortality ( Golzar et al., 2007 ). As a result, surveys were implemented to identify the causes and severity of the problem. Fof was identified as a predominant pathogen

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breeding work has remained focused on the use of Ag 1, Daubeny and Stary (1982) recognized the potential for an aphid biotype capable of overcoming this source and surveyed wild red raspberry germplasm from across North America for new resistance. They

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is known to show very high levels of tolerance to dutch elm disease ( Townsend et al., 2005 ). In the course of surveying wild U. americana , a natural pentaploid was found in western Nebraska (discussed subsequently), and this also showed

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in less than three dozen populations ( Chafin, 2007 ). However, our recent work conducting population surveys to develop a Global Positioning System/Geographic Information System-based conservation management tool for georgia plume indicates that many

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. Cochard, H. Cruiziat, P. Sinclair, B. Ameglio, T. 1993 Drought-induced leaf shedding in walnut: Evidence for vulnerability segmentation Plant Cell Environ. 16 879 882 U.S. Department of Agriculture 1980 Soil survey of Dona Ana County Area, New Mexico. 20

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range of this tree species are acidic with pH levels below 6.0, although in the westernmost native range soil pH may exceed 7.0 [ U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), 2016a ; U.S. Geological Survey, 2016 ]. Since the 1930s, and especially in the last

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