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M.L. Stratton

also is considered. The book begins with a solid Introduction justifying the usefulness of this definitive literature review, then goes on to chapters on Systematics and Evolution, Ecological Morphology and Anatomy, Physiology, Population Ecology

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David M. Czarnecki II, Madhugiri Nageswara Rao, Jeffrey G. Norcini, Frederick G. Gmitter Jr and Zhanao Deng

species has long been known ( Turesson, 1922 ). Expectations are that using site- or regionally specific seeds or plants will provide ecological and economic benefits—plantings established with such seeds or plants should be more sustainable and less

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Jin-wei Zhang, Yi-xue Liu, Jin-ping Yu, Wei Zhang, Ya-qiong Xie and Ning-ning Ge

areas in the Tianjin region, China. However, information regarding the weed community composition and distribution in these areas during the early spring has not been documented. This gap in knowledge has limited the development of predictive ecological

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Soo-Hyung Kim and Bert Cregg

conjunction with crop improvement efforts, many critical advances have been made in developing methods to diagnose, monitor, and mitigate crop environmental stresses. These physiological and ecological methods complement genetic approaches for improving stress

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Samuel Y.C. Essah, Jorge A. Delgado, Merlin Dillon and Richard Sparks

distribution and on tuber quality is not well documented. There remains a need for studies on the effect of different cover crops on potato total tuber yield and also on potato tuber size distribution and tuber quality. The goal of the present study was to

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Rebecca Nelson Brown, Cynthia Percivalle, Sophia Narkiewicz and Samantha DeCuollo

Island, particularly when the turf cover at the top of the bank has been rutted by vehicles (C. Franco, personal communication). A more even distribution of root mass with depth provides better slope stabilization ( Simon and Collison, 2002 ). Gray and

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Supriyo Basak, Guangyan Wang, Xudong Sun and Yongping Yang

and cell size ( Knight and Beaulieu, 2008 ). Hence, GS is proposed as a key determinant constraining plant fitness over ecological time ( Knight et al., 2005 ). For example, researchers who studied large-scale cytotype distribution ( McAllister et al

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Matthew H. Kramer, Ellen T. Paparozzi and Walter W. Stroup

also include studies at the genomic, ecologic, and landscape level. For observational studies, there are useful methods for determining associations, clusters, and dimension reduction, to name a few, that are statistics based. In this article we focus

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Uttara C. Samarakoon, Keith A. Funnell, David J. Woolley and Edward R. Morgan

th (median), 75th, and 90th percentiles from the box and whiskers plots were used. Both standard deviation and the number of days representing the central 80% spread, as indicated by 10th to 90th percentile distribution in harvest maturity for each

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Keng Heng Chang, Kuan Ting Chang, Ren Shih Chung, Chun Tang Lu and Ting Fang Hsieh

Scotts Co., Marysville, OH) at 0.5 g·L −1 every 2 to 3 weeks. Preparation and operation of the root distribution counting pot. The RDCP was designed and prepared by FRC. They were soft, transparent PE pots with the same dimensions as the growth container