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alone ( Miller, 1998 ). However, GA 4+7 sprays for russet control did reduce the level of shoot growth control normally obtained with multiple P-Ca sprays. We recently reported that a single application of P-Ca at PF reduced the severity of another skin

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bright red berries in the fall and winter ( Gilman, 1999 ), they are grown primarily for their form and foliage ( Berry, 1994 ). ‘Dwarf Burford’ holly can be propagated by stem cuttings at multiple times during the year. Newly matured or semimature wood

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-generation sequencing platforms with enzyme-based genome reduction ( Elshire et al., 2011 ; Morishige et al., 2013 ; Spindel et al., 2013 ). The goals of this research were to study phenotypes of root and shoot traits in an F 2 interspecific population ( S

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occur at random by a natural process such as transposon activity and problems with DNA repair ( Leroy and Leon, 2000 ; Wessler, 2001 ). A mutation in one cell of a layer of the shoot apical meristem increases by mitosis and produces a mutated sector

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of the same species (intraspecific) or plants of two or more species (interspecific). A meta-analysis of multiple cropping studies found that intraspecific competition tends to be much stronger than interspecific competition. In some cases

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newsletter, p. 8. Agricultural Information Offset Press, Fruit Garden Meghalaya, Shillong, India Vasudevan, A. Selvaraj, N. Sureshkumar, P. Ganapathi, A. 2001 Multiple shoot induction from shoot tip explant of cucumber ( Cucumis sativus L.) Cucurbit Genet

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. Three-dimensional scatterplot showing the relationship between the number of pits per fruit after storage as influenced by fruit weight (FW) and distance (Dist.) from the shoot terminal to the fruiting spur. The multiple regression model is as follows

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irrigated three times weekly with water. At the end of the experiment, growth parameters were measured and mineral content was analyzed. The seedling vigor index (SVI) was calculated as SVI = [shoot length (mm) + root length (mm)] × percentage germination

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thought to maintain or improve ornamental and vegetable plant growth and quality and lower aerial heating costs ( Janes and McAvoy, 1983 ; Sachs et al., 1992 ; Shedlosky and White, 1987 ; Trudel and Gosselin, 1982 ). Relative to shoot-zone heating and

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NDVI and LF were determined every 3 d. At the end of the 30 d of study 2, shoots from all the four replications of each treatment were sent to the OSU Soil, Water and Forage Analytical Laboratory (SWFAL), Stillwater, OK, for plant tissue analysis

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