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descriptors across seven cultivars. Male cavity: Four cultivars were documented. Physical characteristics affecting crop: Winter, spring, and summer. Stalk: Forty-one descriptors across 288 cultivars were documented. Eye aperture: Five descriptors

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United States and are easily propagated via division [arrow arum ( Supplemental Fig. 1 ), blue-eyed grass ( Supplemental Fig. 2 ), golden club ( Supplemental Fig. 3 )] or cuttings [lemon bacopa ( Supplemental Fig. 4 )]. Our objective was to determine

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resulting agitation allows particles with dimensions smaller than the apertures to pass through the screen. Sieves can be stacked one on top of another, in decreasing aperture sizes, to create what is called a “nest” of sieves ( Fig. 1 ). The process of

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R 740 . Most benchtop spectrophotometers do not give readings far beyond the visible range of light, considered to be 750 nm for most people. Reflectance at the 800-nm wavelength is beyond the upper limits that the human eye can detect and beyond the

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objective information was available to back these claims. Moreover, it was not known how color might change after the dark green beans were cooked. The human eye can perceive visual differences in greenness among fresh samples of snap bean pods ( Hoffman and

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visible through the microscope, and the suture site angle, which is the suture ridge angle that is visible to the naked eye ( Fig. 6A ). It is unknown whether the furrowing or the suture site angle is associated with endocarp dehiscence. Fig. 6

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. × wittrockiana inbred lines and one V. cornuta inbred line ( Table 1 ; Fig. 1A–E ) were generated from commercially available seeds by self-crossing for five or six generations, given accession numbers, and used as parental lines. Plants were grown in a

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of radio and microwaves (>1 mm). Visible light ranges between wavelengths of 400 and 700 nm ( Fig. 1A ). The wavelength of a photon is inversely correlated to the energy of that photon, with shorter wavelengths having higher energy, as described by

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production and two for other indices (16 fruit per block and cultivar in Expt. 1 and 20 fruit per block and cultivar in the other three experiments): Fruit coloration was measured using a chromometer, CR200, with an 8-mm diameter aperture (Minolta Ltd., Osaka

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