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Jean B. Ristaino and Charles Averre

National Sweetpotato Collaborators

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J. M. Schalk, A. Jones, P. D. Dukes and D. R. Seal

Sweetpotato Collaborators & Cowpea Meeting

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J. M. Schalk, A. Jones, P. D. Dukes and D. R. Seal

Sweetpotato Collaborators & Cowpea Meeting

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Peter B. Ojong, Victor Njiti, Zibao Guo, Ming Gao, Samuel Besong and Sandra L. Barnes

., 1999 ). Although studies have confirmed the presence of flavonoids in sweetpotato [ U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) 2003 ], there has been no systematic study of natural flavonoid variability among different sweetpotato accessions and distribution

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Susan C. Miyasaka, Marisa Wall, Don LaBonte and Alton Arakaki

Sweetpotato is a nutritious source of food. Orange-fleshed cultivars are rich in β-carotene and purple-fleshed cultivars are rich in anthocyanins, both of which are important dietary antioxidants ( Teow et al., 2007 ; Wang et al., 2016 ). In the

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Liang L. Hong, Kittipat Ukoskit and Paul G. Thompson

Sweetpotato Collaborators

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Arthur Q. Villordon, Don R. La Bonte, Nurit Firon, Yanir Kfir, Etan Pressman and Amnon Schwartz

Sweetpotato producers have high expectations every season. What they want is a uniform crop consisting of U.S. No. 1 grade storage roots (elliptical roots 8 to 23 cm in length and 5 to 9 cm in diameter) and few small or oversized grade (jumbos

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Melvin R. Hall, Robert W. Scheuerman and Silas A. Harmon

participants in the National Sweetpotato Collaborators Group for their evaluations; and J.T. Paulk for technical assistance during the development of `Redglow'. This research was supported by the Georgia Agricultural Commodity Commission for Sweetpotatoes and

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Don R. La Bonte, Christopher A. Clark, Tara P. Smith and Arthur Q. Villordon

‘Orleans’ sweetpotato [ Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam.] was developed by the Louisiana Agricultural Experiment Station to provide an orange-fleshed, light rose-skinned cultivar similar to ‘Beauregard’ ( Rolston et al., 1987 ) with superior storage root

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Don R. La Bonte, Christopher A. Clark, Tara P. Smith, Arthur Q. Villordon and C. Scott Stoddard

‘Bellevue’ sweetpotato [ Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam.] was developed by the Louisiana Agricultural Experiment Station to provide an orange-fleshed, copper-skinned cultivar with superior storage root shape, skin smoothness, disease resistance, and