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Matthew H. Kramer, Ellen T. Paparozzi and Walter W. Stroup

mistakes in data handling in publications, but how hard it was to get them fixed. Although there are many reasons why a statistical analysis may or may not be appropriate, only those most applicable to horticulture will be discussed below. We examined

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Matthew H. Kramer, Ellen T. Paparozzi and Walter W. Stroup

mistakes in data handling in publications, but how hard it was to get them fixed. Although there are many reasons why a statistical analysis may or may not be appropriate, only those most applicable to horticulture will be discussed below. We examined

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Matthew H. Kramer, Ellen T. Paparozzi and Walter W. Stroup

mistakes in data handling in publications, but how hard it was to get them fixed. Although there are many reasons why a statistical analysis may or may not be appropriate, only those most applicable to horticulture will be discussed below. We examined

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D. Michael Glenn

114 WORKSHOP 18 Advanced Root and Rhizosphere Analysis Systems

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Timothy L. Righetti, David R. Sandrock, Bernadine Strik, Carmo Vasconcelos, Yerko Moreno, Samuel Ortega-Farias and Pilar Bañados

). In this narrative, we argue that the important distinction between direct and indirect effects cannot be addressed without a more detailed analysis than what is conventionally presented in scientific studies. We are not the first to express

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Michael A. Fidanza, David L. Sanford, David M. Beyer and David J. Aurentz

been used as an organic fertilizer and soil amendment for plant production in agriculture and horticulture ( Chong et al., 1991b ; Lohr et al., 1984a ; Maher, 1991 , 1994 ), limited information is available regarding the analysis of fresh mushroom

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G.W. Stutte

Abbreviations: ALC, automatic luminescence control; CCD, charged coupled device; ICAS, interactive Image Capture and Analysis System; NIR, near infrared; VCR, video cassette recorder. Contribution no: 8022, Scientific

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S. Pérez, S. Montes and C. Mejía

weight ratio; GH, growth habit; GP, germination period; HS, harvest season; La, leaf area; NW, nodes with zero buds: Nl b, nodes with one bud; N2b. nodes with two buds; N3b. nodes with three buds; P, productivity; PCA, principal component analysis: Prec

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Alan W. Meerow, Stewart T. Reed, Christopher Dunn and Elena Schnell

and northwestern Argentina. Volatile collection and analysis. Plants were grown in the United States Department of Agriculture/Agricultural Research Service greenhouse, Miami, FL (lat. 25°38.577815′N, long. 80°17.545062′W) and were transferred into the

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Fan Cao, Xinwang Wang, Zhuangzhuang Liu, Yongrong Li and Fangren Peng

. Then, in 2015, both cuttings of ‘Pawnee’ (scion) and ‘Stuart’ (rootstock) were stored in the same 2-month-reserving environment mentioned earlier and were used for the differential protein analysis of pecan cultivar and seedling cuttings ( Fig. 1) . Fig