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

, often the objective of an experiment. In many common designs (e.g., any design with blocking), there is no straightforward way to determine the standard error of the difference from the standard error of the mean. Providing only the standard error of the

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Jiwon Jeong, James Lee and Donald J. Huber

treatment, fruit were removed from the containers and transferred to 15 °C facilities for ripening. Control fruit were maintained under identical storage conditions. Experiment 3 was designed to simulate commercial handling protocols and storage conditions

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Adriano dos Santos, Francisco Eduardo Torres, Erina Vitório Rodrigues, Ariane de Andréa Pantaleão, Larissa Pereira Ribeiro Teodoro, Leonardo Lopes Bhering and Paulo Eduardo Teodoro

are in the midwestern region of Brazil and belong to the Cerrado biome between the months of March and June. The experiment was performed in a randomized blocks design with 20 treatments and four replications. The experimental unit consisted of four 5

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Diego Cunha Zied, Marli Teixeira Almeida Minhoni, J. Emilio Pardo-González and Arturo Pardo-Giménez

experiment was designed as a double factorial (4 × 2) in a randomized complete block design. Each block had six replicates per treatment (a compost bag with 20 kg), four rates of spawn-run compost (0 g·m −2 , 200 g·m −2 , 400 g·m −2 , and 600 g·m −2 ), and a

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Alexandra García-Castro, Astrid Volder, Hermann Restrepo-Diaz, Terri W. Starman and Leonardo Lombardini

-to-high resistance to drought conditions which would allow expanding its cultivation and its commercial value for the horticulture industry. Materials and Methods Plant material and growth conditions. An experiment was conducted between Oct. and Dec. 2010 in the

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Omaira Avila-Rostant, Adrian M. Lennon and Pathmanathan Umaharan

before use. Five random measurements were made per spathe. Each cultivar was represented by three spathes. Experimentation. In the first experiment, 17 cultivars belonging to the white (six), orange (five), and red groups (six) were evaluated for the

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Valéria Santos Cavalcante, Renato de Mello Prado, Ricardo de Lima Vasconcelos, Hilário Júnior de Almeida and Thais Ramos da Silva

solution lacking several essential macronutrients. Material and Methods The experiments were carried out in a greenhouse with watermelon plants of the Crimson sweet ® variety, at the State University of São Paulo - Jaboticabal Campus (long. 21°15′22″W; lat

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Julie M. Tarara and Gwen-Alyn Hoheisel

simplest alternative design to address the problem of shielding the sensor from below. Compared with the commercial Gill, midday ΔT of the double cone may be higher than is acceptable for many experiments. Midday ΔT of the double cone were less than 1 °C

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J. Steven Brown, Raymond J. Schnell, Tomás Ayala-Silva, J. Michael Moore, Cecile L. Tondo and Michael C. Winterstein

more large-scale controlled hybridization experiments are undertaken at various mango research centers, such knowledge should be forthcoming and should be very helpful in making decisions on parental selection and experimental design. Because this

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Sylvia Letícia Oliveira Silva, Renato de Mello Prado, Gilmara Pereira da Silva, Gabriel Barbosa da Silva Júnior, Monica Lanzoni Rossi and Leónides Castellanos González

system. The second was performed in sand. Both were performed in a greenhouse in Jaboticabal, Brazil. Expt. 1 The first experiment involved a completely randomized design with two treatments: complete nutrient solution without B (−B) and complete nutrient