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Christopher M. Richards, Gayle M. Volk, Patrick A. Reeves, Ann A. Reilley, Adam D. Henk, Philip L. Forsline and Herb S. Aldwinckle

propagules available when needed. Increased distribution of core sets can result in additional characterization data, thus increasing the utility of the larger collection the core set represents ( Rubenstein et al., 2006 ; van Hintum, 1999 ). Seed-based core

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Hsuan Chen, Lan Xue, Tong Li and Ryan N. Contreras

was first introduced by Koenker and Bassett (1978) , and it has been recently used in ecological and agricultural research to estimate relationships or effects between two variables ( Cade and Noon, 2003 ; Casagrande et al., 2010 ). Unlike simple

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Gabriele Gusmini, Luis A. Rivera-Burgos and Todd C. Wehner

controlled by a single gene, the small P value did not support validity ( Table 1 ). In Fig. 1 , the distribution of our F 2 data displayed continuous variation and deviated from the expected bell-shaped (normal) distribution. This distribution pattern

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Filip Jovanović, Dragica Obratov-Petković, Ivana Bjedov, Ivana Živanović, Sonja Braunović, Tatjana Ćirković-Mitrović and Gordana Tomović

green marks on the inner perianth segments, and distribution ( Zonneveld et al., 2003 ). Numerous studies have been conducted in the past few decades to find taxonomically informative data, including morphological ( Budnikov, 2011 ; Sidjimova, 2006

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Xin Zhao, Qianqian Dong, Shubang Ni, Xiyong He, Hai Yue, Liang Tao, Yanli Nie, Caixian Tang, Fusuo Zhang and Jianbo Shen

the distribution of these species could be related to soil P availability. Proteaceae usually grows in the soil where the soil P concentration is very low. Mycorrhizal plants such as Myrtaceae appear where the soil P availability is suboptimal but not

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Ivan Simko and Jinguo Hu

information is available on the distribution of alleles in subpopulations of lettuce. The objective of this research was to assess population structure and test the feasibility of association mapping analysis in cultivated lettuce. Although population

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Rafael Fernández-Cañero, José Ordovás and Miguel Ángel Herrera Machuca

on sustainable gardening practices, published in several Spanish cities and regions ( Martín et al., 2004 ). All parks and gardens may be considered urban ecosystems whose ecological roles will depend on their configurations and compositions, and

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Min Hyeong Kwon, Jongyun Kim, Changwan Seo, Chiwon W. Lee, Eu Jean Jang and Woo-Kyun Lee

offered in 2014 were collected ( Fig. 1 ). To examine the diversity of the programs, the geographical distribution and the topics and activities of the education programs of public children’s gardens (90) and public gardens without children’s gardens (73

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Eric M. Lyons, Peter J. Landschoot and David R. Huff

it is important to determine the distribution of root length density with soil depth in addition to measuring total root length density to assess differences in rooting between cultivars and nutrient regimes. Annual bluegrass growth and

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Aparna Gazula, Matthew D. Kleinhenz, Joseph C. Scheerens and Peter P. Ling

; Nogués et al., 1998 ; Woodall and Stewart, 1998 ) and, possibly, human health ( Keevil et al., 2000 ; Mazza and Miniati, 1993 ; Wang et al., 1999 ), the amounts and distributions of chlorophylls and anthocyanins contribute significantly to leaf color