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). Keeping in mind plant histology and the dimension of organs, different techniques and TAG allocations have been proposed, and it seems that standardizing RFID tagging in plants is not possible. In addition to the plants cited above, RFID tagging could also

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such as roses. Luvisi et al. (p. 1037) report a new method of microchip insertion into rose canes of less than 10 mm diameter, such as those typically found in nurseries. In order to evaluate the effects of methods of microchip insertion, histological

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.R. Zacarías, L. 2001 Histological and physiological characterization of rind breakdown of ‘Navelate’ sweet orange Ann. Bot. 88 415 422 El-Otmani, M. Arpaia, M.L. Coggins, C.W. 1987 Developmental and topo physical effects on the n-alkanes of Valencia orange

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those reported on leaves and stems. In particular, stolon numbers were unaffected and stolon growth suppression was actually a reduction in tissue elongation with the histological architecture, namely the number of nodes per stolon, being unaffected

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greater in infested ‘Fukunaga’ plants in contrast to infested ‘Kona Typica’. A histology study showed fewer galls and poorly developed giant cells in liberica roots, suggesting a restriction in nematode development and reproduction ( Arango et al., 1982

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stress Turk. J. Agr. For. 33 65 77 Zhang, M. Yang, X. Liu, G. Xu, J. Zhu, L. Gao, C. Li, P. Yao, X. 2012 Histological differences between watermelon grafted onto bottle gourd rootstock and self-rooted seedlings inoculated with Fusarium oxysporum f. sp

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GrowerTalks 74 7 31 37 Pramanik, T.K. Datta, S.K. 1986 Plant regeneration and ploidy variation in culture derived plants of Asclepias curassavica L Plant Cell Rpts. 5 219 222 Sahai, A. Shahzad, A. Sharma, S. 2010 Histology of organogenesis and somatic

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Histological and anatomical responses in avocado, Persea americana , induced by the vascular wilt pathogen, Raffaelea lauricola Botany 90 7 627 635 10.1139/b2012-015 Mayfield, A.E. III Thomas, M.C. 2006 The redbay ambrosia beetle, Xyleborus glabratus

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-08-13-0894-RE Inch, S.A. Ploetz, R.C. Held, B. Blanchette, R. 2012 Histological and anatomical responses in avocado, Persea americana , induced by the vascular wilt pathogen, Raffaelea lauricola Botany 90 7 627 635 Jeyaprakash, A. Davison, D

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of cucurbits, host resistance is associated with the inability of the pathogen to cause disruptions or occlusions in the vascular system ( Main and Walker, 1971 ; Martyn, 1983 ). Histological comparisons between a phytophthora crown and root rot

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