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). 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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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the selection of appropriate cutter system components. However, a prerequisite for component selection is to determine the force (torque) required to cut the branches. The dynamic analysis of branch cutting is the first step in developing an

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. 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

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