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-854) was linked to a gene resistant to alternaria leaf spot in apple ( Zhao, 2008 ). In this study, we conducted a field survey for 2 years on an F 1 population from the cross of ‘Golden Delicious’ (susceptible) and ‘Huacui’ (resistant Chinese cultivar

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). The former regulation stipulated the recording of items and grading indicators of the incidence of soybean phytophthora blight in Anhui Province, the systematic investigation of disease conditions, and the relevant methods for field surveys and

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Plant J. 38 449 459 Bell, M.L. Wilfret, G. Devoll, D.A. 1998 Survey of caladium tuber producers for acreage of cultivars grown Proc. Florida State Hort. Soc. 111 32 34 Chow, K.H. 1982 Inheritance of rugose leaf in Desmodium Pac. Sci. 36 221 228 Csillery

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. Point, U.-S. Wyse, D. 2011 Hazelnut production potential in the upper midwest: A report on hybrid hazelnut yields. Univ. Wisconsin Ext. Res. Bul. 17 Drumke, J.S. 1964 A systematic survey of Corylus in North America. Univ. Tennessee, Knoxville, PhD Diss

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Nucleotide Sequence Database Collaboration) 2011 The sequence read archive Nucleic Acids Res. 39 D19 D20 10.1093/nar/gkq1019 Lunde, C.F. Mehlenbacher, S.A. Smith, D.C. 2000 Survey of hazelnut cultivars for response to eastern filbert blight inoculation

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10.21273/JASHS.131.6.731 Lunde, C.F. Mehlenbacher, S.A. Smith, D.C. 2000 Survey of hazelnut cultivars for response to eastern filbert blight inoculation HortScience 35 729 731 Lunde, C.F. Mehlenbacher, S.A. Smith, D.C. 2006 Segregation for resistance

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cerebrovascular degenerative proliferative diseases, oxidative stress, and mortality has been largely supported by a number of epidemiological studies ( Ames et al., 1993 ; Ko et al., 2005 ; Sun et al., 2002 ). In a consumer survey conducted by researchers at

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“Yoshino cherry” in a survey of Ueno Park, Tokyo, Japan. In 1900, it was renamed “Somei-yoshino cherry” to distinguish it from the mountain cherries of Yoshino, Nara Prefecture, Japan ( Kuitert, 1999 ). Its scientific name was initially given as Prunus

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selection. A survey of 66 Vitis -based SSR markers was conducted for a subset of 24 genotypes to determine those most useful for discriminating this germplasm. Included in the surveyed markers were five SSRs used in the Vitis International Variety

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Overall, values for both unprocessed leaf and root oxalate were either higher than or comparable to those reported in other studies surveying beet and other related species ( Chai and Liebman, 2005 ; Kasidas and Rose, 1980 ; Mou, 2008 ; Savage et al

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