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traits such as improved disease resistance, prolonged floral phenology, noninvasiveness through reduced pollen production, and novel colors and forms broadly deemed attractive to the human eye ( Horn, 2002 ; Mol et al., 1995 ; Noda et al., 1994

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.21273/HORTSCI.46.6.908 Zhou, Y. Gao, S. Zhang, X. Gao, H. Hu, Q. Song, Y. Jiao, Y. Gao, H. 2012 Morphology and biochemical characteristics of pistils in the staminate flowers of yellow horn during selective abortion Aust. J. Bot. 60 143 153 10.1071/BT11210

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29 cultivars, and all belonged to F. benjamina , commonly known as weeping fig. Weeping figs are graceful shrubs or trees, and some grow to a height of 30 m in the tropics. Leaves are entire, glabrous, light to dark-green or with yellow to white

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, J. Havey, M.J. 2000 A genetic map of cucumber composed of RAPDs, RFLPs, AFLP markers and loci conditioning resistance to papaya ringspot and zucchini yellow mosaic viruses Genome 43 1003 1010 Serquen, F

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impatiens ‘Super Elfin Violet’, Tagetes patula L. ‘Bonanza Yellow’ (marigold), Begonia tuberhybrida Voss ‘Nonstop Pink’ (tuberous begonia), Viola × wittrockiana Gams ‘Orange Crown’ (pansy), petunia ‘Flash Rose’, Salvia splendens Sellow ex Schult

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an equivalent rate of 74N–38.0P–48.1K kg·ha −1 in 2019 and 93N–14.9P–18.3K kg·ha −1 in 2020. Insect pests included tobacco horn worm, yellow-striped armyworms, stinkbug, and harlequin beetle which were treated with Permethrin (111.15 g·ha −1 a

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orange–red, but yellow and black-fruited species exist. The fruits attract wildlife, including birds such as robins and waxwings, which have spread cotoneasters from cultivation into the wild. Cotoneasters are easy to grow and are commonly used as

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.X. 2013 Transcriptome analysis of yellow horn ( Xanthoceras sorbifolia Bunge): A potential oil-rich seed tree for biodiesel in china PLoS One 9 e74441 doi: 10.1371/annotation/803f7e8c-0718-41b4-8fc2-cc0b5f776da9 Livak, K.J. Schmittgen, T.D. 2001 Analysis

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. Bleeker, M. Reijans, M. van de Lee, T. Hornes, M. Friters, A. Pot, J. Paleman, J. Kuiper, M. Zabeau, M. 1995 AFLP: A new technique for DNA fingerprinting Nucleic Acids Res. 23

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as yellow Sigatoka, caused by Pseudocercospora musae (Zimm.) Deighton, traditionally has been a problem in plantain production areas, especially in the mountains ( Gonzalez, 2009 ). However, the more recent incursion of Pseudocercospora fijiensis

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