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R.N. Trigiano, B.H. Ownley, A.N. Trigiano, J. Coley, K.D. Gwinn and J.K. Moulton

. Electrophoresis of food dyes This is a very simple experiment that is well suited to almost any age group—elementary school students as well as graduate students and teachers have enjoyed this exercise. The impetuous for its design was the curiosity of a middle

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Paul Deram, Mark G. Lefsrud and Valérie Orsat

increases plant biomass growth and fruit production by over 20% when compared with having only one of the wavelengths ( Brazaitytė et al., 2009 ; Goto, 2003 ; Lefsrud et al., 2008 ; Xiaoying et al., 2011 , 2012 ). This experiment used LED prototypes from

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Sven Verlinden, Louis McDonald, James Kotcon and Silas Childs

× 25 ft were established in a completely randomized design. The experiment consisted of two organic production systems: one designated as high input and the other low input. Manure (10 tons/acre) was broadcast annually to the high-input treatment and

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Le Luo, Yichi Zhang, Yingnan Wang, Tangren Cheng, Huitang Pan, Jia Wang and Qixiang Zhang

. Thesis, Beijing For. Univ., Beijing, China Bajić, D. Jozić, S. Podrug, S. 2010 Design of experiment’s application in the optimization of milling process Metalurgija 49 123 126 Balathandayutham, K. Cheruth, A.J. Zhao, C.X. Manoharan, M.J. Jothi, S

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Harsimran K. Gill, Robert McSorley and Danielle D. Treadwell

effectiveness in suppressing weeds. Materials and methods Field experiments were conducted in the summer of 2007 and 2008 at the University of Florida Plant Science Research and Education Unit (lat. 29°24′N, long. 82°9′W), located near Citra, FL. The soil at the

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Thiago Vieira da Costa, João Alexio Scarpare Filho and Matthew W. Fidelibus

maximizes coverage of fruiting zone foliage, to optimize efficacy, and minimizes contact with non-target foliage or fruit. The Shaw swingarm trellis ( Shaw, 2000 ) has design features that could be ideal for such an application. The canopy can be clearly

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Carlos Henrique Oliveira de David, Vespasiano Borges de Paiva Neto, Cid Naudi Silva Campos, Priscilla Maria da Silva Liber Lopes, Paulo Eduardo Teodoro and Renato de Mello Prado

maintained constant at 27 ± 2 °C, with 16/8 h light/dark, and an irradiance of 30 m –2 ·s –1 , from Osram ® fluorescent tubes, 40 W daylight. The experiment consisted of a completely randomized design, with seven treatments and four replications

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Nicholas D. Warren, Rebecca G. Sideman and Richard G. Smith

the northeastern United States (i.e., raised beds, plasticulture, and irrigation) ( Lamont et al., 2003 ). Materials and methods Site description and experimental design. The experiment was conducted for three growing seasons from 2011 to 2013 in a 30

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Giuseppe Colla, Carolina María Cardona Suárez, Mariateresa Cardarelli and Youssef Rouphael

, experimental design, and nitrogen treatments. The second experiment was conducted in 2009 at the experimental farm of Tuscia University (lat. 42°25′ N, long. 12°08′ E, alt. 310 m above sea level). The soil was a sandy loam soil of volcanic origin (bulk

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Donavon Sonnenberg, Patrick A. Ndakidemi, Ambrose Okem and Charles Laubscher

Plants Company (Klein Joostenburg farm, Cape Town, South Africa). Five-day-old seedlings were used in the subsequent experiment. Experimental design and treatments The experimental set-up was a completely randomized block design, including eight water