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the probability of cosegregation between the cl phenotype and the SNP marker genotype for the 12 genotypes selected. Results Cl genetics. In the virgarcus pattern with yellow brown seedcoat color used in this study, the cl phenotype is obvious. We

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surrounding a cluster of 20 or more tiny true flowers that are yellow or white ( Witte et al., 2000 ). Dogwood is an attractive tree in all seasons and has become a widely used landscape tree. Although flowering dogwood is a native tree and many wild trees

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of Asian Dendrobium , all of which were yellow flowers or white flowers with yellow lips. These results were consistent with our analyses on genetic relationships among Cymbidium hybrids using random amplified polymorphic DNA markers ( Li et al

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the 12-ft-wide, 30-ft-long plot were turned back toward the plots area. The record area for harvest was the 6-ft-wide, 24-ft-long center between the row middles. ‘Yellow Doll’ watermelon, an early (70 to 75 d to maturity) and small seeded fruit (5 to

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foliage and yellowing of inside layered leaves by EF and the mixture of EF+PH 3 after 2–5 d of treatment depending on the concentration of fumigant. The scores of sensory test for both treated and untreated celery ranged between seven and nine for all

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others at distances between 1 and 2 cm depending on the size of the carpophores. The chromatic coordinates, L* (brightness) and b* (yellow–blue component), and the chromatic attribute ΔE*, which measures the deviation compared with the other values of an

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had bipinnately compound leaves and dark-yellow ray flowers, whereas central and southern Florida natural populations had simpler, needle-like leaves, and light-yellow and dark-yellow ray flowers ( Czarnecki et al., 2007 ). Additional information on

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* and b* scales extend from –60 to 60; a* ranges from green (–a*) to red (+a*) and b* ranges from blue (–b*) to yellow (+b*). Hue angle was calculated as described by McGuire (1992) and expressed in degrees; a*/b* was also calculated. Total

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.68, lat. 121.51). Soil is a Van Horn fine sandy loam. Treatments were arranged in a randomized complete block design (RCBD) with four single-tree replications. Blocks comprised single rows and were separated by three guard rows. Within blocks (i.e., rows

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leaves and the aerial stem ( Etxeberria et al., 2009 ; Kim et al., 2009 ; Schneider, 1968 ). Visible symptoms of HLB-affected trees include yellowing of leaves, blotchy mottle and/or chlorotic patterns of leaves resembling those induced by zinc and iron

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