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opinions regarding roses available for purchase Acta Hort. 1064 235 239 Zlesak, D.C. 2006 Rosa x hybrida L., p. 695–738. In: N.O. Anderson (ed.). Flower breeding and genetics: Issues, challenges, and opportunities for the 21st century. Springer, Dordrecht

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varietali in conduzione biologica su orticole autunnali. [Variety trials in conditions of organic farming with autumn vegetables.] Not. ERSA 20 11 13 Gusmini, G. Wehner, T.C. 2005-2006 Milestones in watermelon cultivar development Cucurbit Genetics Coop. Rpt

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: A means for improving germination and speeding up breeding cycle HortScience 53 535 540 Lipow, S.R. Wyatt, R. 2000 Single gene control of postzygotic self-incompatibility in poke milkweed, Asclepias exaltata L Genetics 154 893 907 Marchant, R. Power

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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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host genetics ( Li et al., 2014 ; Wanjaia, 1990 ); although nutrient deficiencies may play a role ( Salardini et al., 1994b ). Flower biomass is typically influenced by environmental, physiological, and disease stresses ( Pethybridge et al., 2007

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1986.0011183X002600010006x Busey, P. 2003 St. augustinegrass, Stenotaphrum secundatum (Walter) Kuntze, p. 309–330. In: M.D. Casler and R.R. Duncan (eds.). Turfgrass biology, genetics, and breeding. Wiley, Hoboken, NJ Carrow, R.N. 1996 Drought

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Legumes 23 91 98 Saxena, K. Kumar, R. Sultana, R. 2010a Quality nutrition through pigeon pea—A review Health 2 1335 1344 10.4236/health.2010.211199 Saxena, K.B. Sharma, D. 1990 Pigeon pea genetics, p. 137–157. In: Y.L. Nene, S.D. Hall, and V.K. Sheila (eds

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, American Society of Agronomy, Madison, WI Orjeda, G. 1998 Evaluation of Musa germplasm for resistance to sigatoka diseases and fusarium wilt. INIBAP Tech. Guidelines 3. International Plant Genetics Resources Institute, Rome, Italy; International Network

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industry can change rapidly in response to market demand, making it unlikely, at least in the short term, that genetics or breeding of plants will result in more efficient use of water and fertilizer. Thus, the major improvements in water and nutrient use

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