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Horn et al., 2021 ). Furthermore, certain soil microbiome community members may impart functional benefits to the plant such as mediating biotic and abiotic stressors ( Castillo-Lopez et al., 2014 ; Rodriguez et al., 2010 ). The application of

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had five hybrids (1, 3, 4, 13, and 14) with white flowers, four (2, 11, 12, and 16) with pink flowers, and three (5, 8, and 10) with yellow flowers. The dendrograms revealed that a simple classification based on only flower color would not have

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leaf yellowing and defoliation that significantly compromise plant growth and appearance. Consequently, numerous topical and systemic fungicides are used by homeowners and landscapers to combat this disease. Diplocarpon rosae is classified as an

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buffer, 30 ng each of primers Eco RI+3 and Mse I+3, 0.25 mmol of dNTP/L, and 1 U of Taq DNA polymerase in a final volume of 20 μL. Five combinations of primer+3 were used with either the Eco RI+3 primer end-labeled with 6-FAM (blue), NED (yellow), or

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genotype × environment variance that was not accounted for ( Poehlman and Sleper, 1995 ). Genetic color of this species ranges from blue–gray to blue–green to greenish yellow to dark green. The NTEP guidelines for rating genetic color are not well suited

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varieties (‘Colombiana’ and ‘Yellow Dragon’) ( Table 1 ) were found with no clonal genotypes identified with confounding names. Within the H. costaricensis/polyrhizus clade, six named varieties (‘Rosa’, ‘San Ignacio’, ‘Cebra’, ‘Lisa’, ‘Orejona’, ‘Armando

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were also carried out the resistance detection as the control group ( Table 1 ). The results showed that leaves from the regenerated plants started to turn yellow 48 h after inoculation, and classic brown spots appeared on the leaves after 3 d. Five

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released ( Verde et al., 2013 ), providing an important foundation for the genome-wide identification of genes in this species ( Verde et al., 2017 ). Typically, peach has one of two types of flesh color: white or yellow. After studying the anthocyanin

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, Turner et al. (2005) evaluated four cultivars compatible with the production environment of the PNW: Concorde, Williams, USDA047, USDA014, Blake’s Pride, Madeira, and Taylor’s Gold. Consumers preferred the yellow-blush pears over green/ripe and russet

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and Methods Germplasm. Seed of FEID 9025897 was originally collected (more than 10 plants) by the BPMC on the Charles E. Helvey Ranch east of the Rosebud River (T7S R39E NW1/4Sec 3; lat. 45°31′39″ N, long. 106°58′25″ W) in Big Horn County, MT. This

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