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broader range of roses ( Harp et al., 2019 ), the cultivar April Moon, the rose with the best overall landscape performance in this study, would have ranked below the top 20. However, this low ranking is indicative of the strong genetics of the roses in

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individuals in a breeding program. Two assumptions were made addressing the variable nature of DNA test development and genetics of targeted characteristics for the modeled program. 5) The cost of marker development is not included but the potential for

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HortTechnology 26 484 492 Zlesak, D.C. 2006 Rose, Rosa × hybrida L., p. 695–738. In: N.O. Anderson (ed.). Flower breeding and genetics: Issues, challenges and opportunities for the 21st century. Springer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands 10.1016/j.foodqual.2010.05.003

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basal branches before releasing a new mexico pod–type green chile cultivar for mechanical harvest. Units Literature cited Acquaah, G. 2012 Principles of plant genetics and breeding. 2nd ed. Wiley, Chichester, UK 10.1002/9781118313718 Bosland, P.W. Walker

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preferred method among many producers ( Owen et al., 2016 ). Efficacy of PGR applications can be affected by plant genetics ( Currey et al., 2016b ), active ingredient ( Currey et al., 2016a ), application method ( Hawkins et al., 2015 ), and, in the case of

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. Unruh, J.B. Kenworthy, K.E. Binzel, M. 2015 Plant genetics and genomics to improve drought and salinity tolerance for sustainable turfgrass production in the southern United States. U.S. Dept. Agr., Specialty Crop Res. Initiative Rpt. (Award No. 2010

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by genetics and maturation J. Agr. Food Chem. 53 8618 8623 Payne, R.W. Murray, D.A. Harding, S.A. Baird, D.B. Soutar, D.M. 2008 GenStat for Windows ® (11th ed) introduction. VSN Intl., Hemel Hempstead, UK Petek, M. Custic, M.H. Toth, N. Slunjski, S

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spores of Plasmodiophora brassicae in soil and the impact of clubroot on canola Eur. J. Agron. 70 78 84 Piao, Z. Ramchiary, N. Lim, Y.P. 2009 Genetics of clubroot resistance in brassica species J. Plant Growth Regul. 28 252 264 Saude, C. Mckeown, A

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the number of NAA applications and return bloom ( Table 4 ): percentage floral spurs in 1999 = 55.6 + (7.6 × number of NAA sprays in 1998), R 2 = 27.54. These observations indicate that factors other than genetics can modify the return bloom response

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for native grassland restoration Restor. Ecol. 4 1 10 10.1111/j.1526-100X.1996.tb00101.x Lesica, P. Allendorf, F.W. 1999 Ecological genetics and the restoration of plant communities: Mix or match? Restor. Ecol. 7 42 50 10.1046/j.1526-100X.1999.07105.x

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