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Nicholas A. Pershey, Bert M. Cregg, Jeffrey A. Andresen, and R. Thomas Fernandez

25 June to 16 Oct. 2009 and 7 June to 31 Oct. 2010 of ( A ) Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Filicoides’, ( B ) Chamaecyparis pisifera ‘Sungold’, ( C ) Thuja occidentalis ‘Holmstrup’, and ( D ) Thuja plicata ‘Zebrina’ grown in 10.2-L containers. The

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Jianhua Li, Jeremy Ledger, Peter Del Tredici, and Donglin Zhang

The identity of heath-leaved cypress is controversial. In this study nucleotide sequences of nuclear ribosomal DNA were used to identify heath-leaved cypress (Chamaecyparis `Ericoides') species. Sixteen individuals were sampled representing the five species of Chamaecyparis, `Ericoides', and four other genera of Cupressaceae (Cupressus, Fokienia, Juniperus, and Thuja). The results placed `Ericoides' unequivocally to Chamaecyparis thyoides, supporting a conclusion derived from wood anatomy. This study supports the usefulness and integrity of using molecular data to identify the genetic affinity of cultivars that are morphologically different from the parent species.

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Ryan N. Contreras, John M. Ruter, and Brian M. Schwartz

vigorous trees for timber production. Research included attempts to induce polyploidy in pines ( Pinus L.) ( Hyun, 1953 ; Mergen, 1959 ; Mirov and Stockwell, 1939 ), japanese cypress ( Chamaecyparis obtusa Endl.) ( Kanezawa, 1951 ), and giant sequoia

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Bert M. Cregg and Robert Schutzki

seed germination, especially weed seeds. For example, Duryea et al. (1999) observed allelopathic effects of several fresh mulches in bioassays on germination of lettuce seeds. Salicylic acid from bark of Chamaecyparis obtusa induced allelopathic

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Ryan N. Contreras

Observations on induced polyploidy in some conifers Silvae Genet. 24 62 68 Kanezawa, R. 1951 Induced tetraploidy in Japanese cypress ( Chamaecyparis obtusa Endl.) Bul. Tokyo Univ. For. 39 21 30 Khoshoo, T.N. 1959 Polyploidy in gymnosperms Evolution 13 24 39

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Yi-Xuan Kou, Hui-Ying Shang, Kang-Shan Mao, Zhong-Hu Li, Keith Rushforth, and Robert P. Adams

(L.) H. Karst.]. Shiraishi et al. (2001) found the cp genome exhibited paternal inheritance in 97.5% (352) and maternal in 2.5% (nine) of the progeny of a cross within japanese cypress [ Chamaecyparis obtusa (Siebold & Zucc.) Endl.]. It appears

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Sin-Ae Park, Chorong Song, Ji-Young Choi, Ki-Cheol Son, and Yoshifumi Miyazaki

and autonomic nerve activity: A comparison with stimulation using two-dimensional images Cogn. Process. 15 551 556 Ikei, H. Song, C. Miyazaki, Y. 2015 Physiological effect of olfactory stimulation by Hinoki cypress ( Chamaecyparis obtusa ) leaf oil J

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Orapin Kerdchoechuen, Natta Laohakunjit, Sasathorn Singkornard, and Frank B. Matta

Insecticidal activities of constituents identified in the essential oil from leaves of Chamaecyparis obtusa against Callosobruchus chinesis (L.) and Sitophilus oryzea (L.) J. Stored Prod. Res. 39 375 384 Prates, H.T. Santos

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Shin Hiratsuka, Yuka Yokoyama, Hiroshi Nishimura, Takayuki Miyazaki, and Kazuyoshi Nada

:b ratio decreases with decreasing light intensity in storied Chamaecyparis obtusa forests ( Tanaka et al., 1994 ), and a similar adaptation was observed in the bagged mandarin fruit in this study. However, even under unbagged conditions, the fruit showed

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Ting Liao, Guobin Liu, Liqin Guo, Ye Wang, Yanwu Yao, and Jun Cao

), Chamaecyparis obtusa ( Owens et al., 1980 ), and Taxus chinensis ( Pennell and Bell, 1986 ); and c) the MMCs underwent meiosis before dormancy and completed division after dormancy. For example, the MMCs of Pseudotsuga menziesii ( Owens and Molder, 1971