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efforts have focused on selection for a suite of traits such as extended bloom periods and novel colors and forms intended to appeal chiefly to consumer preferences and aesthetics ( Horn, 2002 ; Hoyle et al., 2017 ). While some of these new hybrids are

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. Fig. 1. Callery pear is common throughout various eastern U.S. landscapes and can be found along (A) roadsides, (B) in old fields, (C) in vacant lots, and (D) in mature forests. Yellow arrows point to individual or groups of callery pear (photos by D

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from dwarf to tall, and their foliage can be red, purple, green, yellow, or variegated ( Dirr, 2009 ). All these characteristics make B. thunbergii cultivars attractive as garden and urban landscaping plants. Plants of the genus Berberis are known

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size and color are highly variable. Flesh colors range from light yellow to dark orange. Cucurbita moschata 's largest genetic variability occurs in the American Tropics with variation increased by hybridization with wild species ( Ferriol and Picó

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deciduous azaleas are somewhat limited. Rhododendron luteum (L.) Sweet and austrinum (Small) Rehd., for instance, are unlikely because of their brilliant yellow flower color. The limited number of species that could have contributed the morphological

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had intermediate internode length and a yellow-green leaf color ( Table 1 ). These results may suggest that these two genotypes may have originated from the same seed source. The cluster II was the largest group, having 16 tea genotypes. In this

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a dissecting microscope. Each section was rated on an injury scale from 1 to 4 (1 = green tissue, 2 = green/yellow tissue, 3 = light colored brown/yellow tissue, and 4 = brown tissue) ( Harrison et al., 1978 ; Zimmerman et al., 2005 ), and the two

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milkweed ( Cynanchum laeve ), johnsongrass ( Sorghum halepense ), and yellow nutsedge ( Cyperus esculentus ). In addition, direct-seeded hemp is likely more vulnerable to weed competition than transplants and should be the focus of future research. Our

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), although additional molecular and morphological studies were suggested. Spigelia marilandica is an upright perennial herbaceous plant growing from 30 to 60 cm high. Corollas are bright red outside and yellow to greenish yellow inside ( Table 1 ). In

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is a Kırkaḡaç type of melon. This type is of Turkish origin and has yellow skin with dark green spots. Yuva-Hasanbey melons are Casaba types with dark green or gray–green skin. Mollaköy is a Charentais type with yellow skin and green sutures. Topatan

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