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production, reduced fruit drop, and delayed fruit ripening in apples ( Autio and Bramlage, 1982 ; Bangerth, 1978 ; Bramlage et al., 1980 ; Child et al., 1984 ; Greene and Schupp, 2004 ; Halder-Doll and Bangerth, 1987 ; Salas et al., 2011 ; Schupp and

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2005 ; Wu et al., 2014 ). The highly accurate and highly sensitive nature of this interaction is a key feature of the technology, making it robust for the differentiation of highly similar sequences, even down to single-nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs

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in human health, well-being, and nature have recently increased. Humans feel an instinctive preference for nature, and Orians’ Savannah theory and Wilson’s biophilia hypothesis support this ( Orians, 1986 ; Wilson, 1984 ). Ulrich (1983) reported

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