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Jan Bizjak, Nika Weber, Maja Mikulic-Petkovsek, Ana Slatnar, Franci Stampar, Zobayer Alam, Karl Stich, Heidi Halbwirth and Robert Veberic

reported in several plant species, including Vitis vinifera cells ( Vitrac et al., 2000 ), radish ( Raphanus sativus ) hypocotyls ( Hara et al., 2003 ), mango ( Magnifera indica Linn. cv. Mahajanaka) fruit exocarp ( Lueangprasert et al., 2010 ), and

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Sonali R. Padhye and Arthur C. Cameron

.E. Warner, R.M. Smith, A.G. 2002 Vernalization, photoperiod and GA 3 interact to affect flowering of Japanese radish ( Raphanus sativus Chinese Radish Jumbo Scarlet) Physiol. Plant. 115 298 302 Fausey, B

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Chenping Xu and Beiquan Mou

application of chitosan under water stress Egypt. J. Biol. 14 14 26 Farouk, S. Mosa, A.A. Taha, A.A. Ibrahim, H.M. El-Gahmery, A.M. 2011 Protective effect of humic acid and chitosan on radish ( Raphanus sativus L. var. sativus) plants subjected to cadmium

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Paige L. Herring, Abbey C. Noah and Helen T. Kraus

germination of radish ( Raphanus sativus ‘Cherriette’), tomato ( Solanum lycopersicum ‘Moneymaker’), and marigold ( Tagetes patula ‘Janie Deep Orange’) was better in the control substrate (Pro Line C/P; Jolly Gardener, Portland, ME) than in the SLC. However

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Katherine F. Garland, Stephanie E. Burnett, Lois B. Stack and Donglin Zhang

-light–requiring crops, including chrysanthemum, radish ( Raphanus sativus ), corn ( Zea mays ), cucumber, wax begonia, english ivy, and cyclamen ( Cyclamen persicum ‘Metis Scarlet Red’) ( Nemali and van Iersel, 2004 ; Oh et al., 2009 ; Pennisi et al., 2005

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S. Alan Walters, Kurt T. Range, Bradley H. Taylor and Wanki Moon

), chinese mustard ( Brassica juncea ), chinese okra ( Luffa acutangula ), chinese winter squash ( Cucurbita moschata ), chinese winter melon ( Benincasa hispida ), daikon radish ( Raphanus sativus Longipinnatus group), japanese snake gourd ( Trichosanthes

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Jules Janick

. JR books, London Ryder, E.J. 1989. G. D. Karpechenko (1928) polyploid hybrids of Raphanus sativus L. × Brassica oleracea l, p. 437–525. In: J. Janick (ed.). Classical papers in horticultural science. Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ

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Charles L. Webber III, James W. Shrefler and Merritt J. Taylor

% for ‘Red Baron’ radish ( Raphanus sativus ), 59% for ‘Maestro’ pea ( Pisum sativum ), 67% for ‘Comanche’ onion, 68% for ‘Black Seeded Simpson’ lettuce ( Lactuca sativa ), 71% for ‘Provider’ bean ( Phaseolus vulgaris ), and 73% for ‘Scarlet Nantes

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Samuel Y.C. Essah, Jorge A. Delgado, Merlin Dillon and Richard Sparks

; Varco et al., 1989 ). Vyn et al. (2000) conducted studies in Canada and found that cover crops, such as annual ryegrass, oat, oilseed radish ( Raphanus sativus ), or even red clover, could serve as scavenger crops that can recover residual soil nitrate

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Emily G. Tenczar and Vera A. Krischik

green leaves (0.023 ± 0.003 AU) ( Johnson and Dowd, 2004 ). Bronze wild radish ( Raphanus sativus L.) flowers containing anthocyanins were fed on less than white or yellow flowers by imported cabbageworm [ Pieris rapae (L.)], beet armyworm [ Spodoptera