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Kaitlyn M. Orde and Rebecca Grube Sideman

remains unclear. The objectives of this study were to quantify the effects of low tunnel structures and DN cultivar on yield, fruit marketability, and fruit and plant characteristics. We were also interested in the impact of low tunnels on air and soil

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Mark K. Ehlenfeldt and Bryan T. Vinyard

highbush cultivar with relatively high levels of V. darrowii (25%), and ‘Jersey’ (0% V. darrowii ) to early- and late-pruning regimes, and determined the effects on cold hardiness and flower-bud survival. This information is important to developing

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Harbans L. Bhardwaj and Anwar A. Hamama

to characterize effects of cultivars, planting dates, and row spacings on seed yield, seed size, and concentrations of protein, sugars, and oil in mungbean seeds. Materials and Methods This study was conducted at Randolph Farm of Virginia State

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Harbans L. Bhardwaj and Anwar A. Hamama

variance ( Table 1 ) indicated that canola cultivars exhibited significant effects on contents of oil and C16:0, C18:0, C22:0, C24:0, C16:1, C18:1, C18:2, C18:3, C20:1, C22:1, total saturated, total unsaturated, monounsaturated, and PUFAs in sprouts

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Mitchell Eicher-Sodo, Robert Gordon, and Youbin Zheng

weeks ( Bosmans et al., 2016 ). Similar effects were observed when H 2 O 2 foliar spray applications increased from one to five times per week, with both severity and incidence of Puccinia hemerocallidis reduced on ‘Pardon Me’ daylily ( Hemerocallis

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Alisson P. Kovaleski, Jeffrey G. Williamson, Bruno Casamali, and Rebecca L. Darnell

comparisons between the two cultivars were not made. Data were collected for three seasons starting with the first pruning in 2011 using different seasons as repeated measures. Pairwise comparisons were made to test the main effects of timing, intensity, and

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Min Wu and Chieri Kubota

) of the nutrient solution and cultivar (Mariachi and Rapsodie) on maximum photosynthetic rate, initial slope, and light compensation point of tomato plants during the vegetative growth stage. Table 3. Effects of electrical conductivity (EC) of nutrient

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Joyce W. Ngure, Chunyan Cheng, Shuqiong Yang, Qunfeng Lou, Ji Li, Chuntao Qian, Jie Chen, and Jinfeng Chen

seasons (spring and autumn) both in 2013 and 2014. All the effects were considered random for seed number, oil content, fatty acids, and the interaction of cultivars and seasons. Effects were considered statistically significant at P ≤ 0.01. Correlation

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Andrea Stuemky and Mark E. Uchanski

letters in figures symbolize statistically significant differences between treatments. Main effects of treatment and main effects of cultivar are shown when data analyses are significant and did not reveal an interaction. Block effects are reported when

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Huixia Li, Zhujun Chen, Ting Zhou, Yan Liu, Sajjad Raza, and Jianbin Zhou

). The aim of this study was to determine the effects of low temperature and high K on Mg uptake of two tomato cultivars. Our hypothesis was that low temperature and high K would inhibit Mg uptake and translocation by tomato. Materials and Methods Plant