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Aaron Heinrich, Shinji Kawai and Jim Myers

clubs on lateral roots, 2 = <50% of main root system clubbed, and 3 = >50% of main root system clubbed. Disease severity index (DSI) was calculated as: where R 1, R 2, and R 3 are the total percentages of plants evaluated with a rating of 1, 2, and 3

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Youping Sun, Genhua Niu, Andrew K. Koeser, Guihong Bi, Victoria Anderson, Krista Jacobsen, Renee Conneway, Sven Verlinden, Ryan Stewart and Sarah T. Lovell

Illinois, Kentucky, Texas, and West Virginia, respectively. In addition, lantana plants evaluated in Mississippi and Texas yielded greater shoot dry weights in 2012 than in 2011 ( P < 0.0001), while lantana plants had greater shoot dry weights in 2011 than

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Pheonah Nabukalu and Carrie A. Knott

every 28 d. Survival was measured as described above every 28 d. Table 3. Mean sea oats survival of plants evaluated in 2011 in controlled greenhouse (Baton Rouge, LA) with four treatments: two salinity levels [0 and 35 parts per thousand (ppt)] and two

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Shasha Wu, Youping Sun, Genhua Niu, James Altland and Raul Cabrera

nitric acid and plant digest method for use with inductively coupled plasma spectrometry Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal. 14 969 980 Hawke, R.G. 2007 Chicago Botanic Garden Plant Evaluation Notes, Issue 30. A report on Leucanthemum × superbum and related

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John Erwin and Jonathan Hensley

marginally in other studies ( Table 5 ; Monterusso et al., 2005 ). Plants evaluated in our experiment could be grouped by growth habit: succulents, geophytes, grasses, and temperate herbaceous perennials ( Table 3 ). When comparing groups, survival scores

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Robert F. Polomski, Douglas G. Bielenberg, Ted Whitwell, Milton D. Taylor, William C. Bridges and Stephen J. Klaine

fertilized as needed. Table 1. Species, family, cold hardiness, and description of the seven aquatic garden plants evaluated for their ability to recover runoff rates of nitrogen and phosphorus. z A simple laboratory scale wetland system

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Richard C. Beeson

substantial differences in plant size and observational responses to water stress. Thus, when water content of a shoot of most plants evaluated declined to ≈2.25 times Shoot dwt , a plant was visibly wilted. For V. odoratissimum , generally considered least

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Alefsi David Sánchez-Reinoso, Gustavo Adolfo Ligarreto-Moreno and Hermann Restrepo-Díaz

efficiency ( P n /C i ) at 55 DAE, whereas significant differences were found in the factors stage and cultivar at 65 DAE. When stress ended at 55 DAE, cultivars Cerinza, Bacatá, and Bianca plants evaluated under stress conditions in the vegetative stage

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Amanda J. Hershberger, Tracie M. Jenkins and Carol Robacker

throughout the population and locations of individual plants collected in each population were recorded using global positioning system coordinates. The populations’ size ranged from 14 to 800 and the number of plants evaluated per population ranged from 4 to

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Samuel F. Hutton, Jay W. Scott and Jeffrey B. Jones

and heritabilities. Table 4. Estimates of additive, dominance, and interaction parameters for the Fla. 8233 × Fla. 7776 tomato family in Spring 2007. Of the 198 F 2 plants evaluated, 49 (25%) were as resistant as Fla. 8233 with disease