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soilless substrates or reported complete substrate physical properties, making interpretation and comparison against other studies difficult. Breakthrough curve analysis can provide valuable information about the physiochemical properties of the substrates

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. The calibration curve was obtained using a series of ferrous sulfate heptahydrate ranging from 2 to 20 m m . Antioxidant capacity was reported as millimolars ferrous iron (Fe 2+ ) equivalents per gram of DW. TPC was determined using the method

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for rootstocks. These two very long butternut varieties have a polymorphic curved neck problem, which was expected to be solved by the allelic introgression with an interspecific recombination. Within the last two maxima pumpkins, Buttercup is a green

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-based irrigation scheduling for container-grown Viburnum odoratissimum (L.) Ker Gawl HortScience 45 1741 1746 Mohammadi, M.H. Neishabouri, M.R. Rafahi, H. 2009 Predicting the solute breakthrough curve from soil hydraulic properties Soil Sci. 174 165 173 Nash, V

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, maximum height, and curved height—and are the major determinants of fruit morphology ( Table 1 ). Indirect selection of these parameters can contribute to improved fruit size that can then contribute to the yield potential of chile pepper. Highly

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technological breakthroughs to have taken place in greenhouse cultivation, facilitating control of almost the whole growing cycle. Soilless cultivation systems already occupy over 20% of the total surface area of greenhouses. There are different soilless

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and the initial suspension were measured by an ultraviolet spectrophotometer and recorded as C and C 0 , respectively. The breakthrough curves (BTCs) of the HAP were drawn with the pore volume number as the abscissa and C/C 0 as the ordinate. All

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extract. All the percentage recoveries were above 90%, and all the sample extract dilution curves paralleled the standard curves, indicating the absence of nonspecific inhibitors in the extracts. The results are the means of six replicates. Gene expression

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= saturation vapor pressure deficit [kPa], Δ = slope vapor pressure curve [kPa/°C], and γ = psychrometric constant [kPa/°C]. The ET o was then used, along with different crop coefficients (K c = 0.5–0.8) to calculate the volume of water required by the vines

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tissue and sweet corn yield response curves for nitrogen (N) on Georgia soils. A Bt sweet corn variety was planted at 3 ft. row centers on a Tifton sandy loam soil. Increasing rates of nitrogen, from 0 lbs. N/acre to 400 lbs. N/acre, were applied at

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