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Supriyo Basak, Guangyan Wang, Xudong Sun, and Yongping Yang

., 2015 ) hypothesized that higher GS plants adapt better in high altitudes than lower GS plants. However, the results of some studies are inconsistent with this hypothesis ( Guo et al., 2016 ). For instance, Bennett et al. (1982) indicated that lower GS

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Fachun Guan, Shiping Wang, Rongqin Li, Mu Peng, and Fanjuan Meng

The highest plateau in the world is the Tibetan Plateau, which reaches mean altitudes of 4000 to 5000 m. High radiation, strong winds, cold temperatures, and drought characterize the harsh environment of the Tibetan Plateau. As a result of these

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Tong Zhang, Zheng Zhang, Qi Qiao, Wei Liu, and Xiaogai Hou

experimental area, namely, traditional open field cultivation (150 m), sunny slope cultivation (150 m), shady slope cultivation (150 m), understory intercropping (150 m), and high-altitude cultivation (810 m). Some artificial measures were performed to remove

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Yu Wang, Haobo Yang, Shuai Zhong, Xin Liu, Tong Li, and Chengwen Zong

sugar contents of fruit from populations at these high-altitude sites were significantly higher ( P ≤ 0.05) than sugar contents of fruit from populations at other low-altitude sites, including LJ. Table 2. Analysis of sugar and organic acid contents in

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Fekadu Fufa Dinssa, Peter Hanson, Dolores R. Ledesma, Ruth Minja, Omary Mbwambo, Mansuet Severine Tilya, and Tsvetelina Stoilova

low-altitude coastal region, and the Moshi location. Moshi stands second after Chambezi for its high temperatures, low relative humidity, and low altitude when compared with the other locations ( Figs. 1 – 2 , Table 2 ). The three higher-altitude

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Charles J. Wasonga, Marcial A. Pastor-Corrales, Timothy G. Porch, and Phillip D. Griffiths

, where they are grown during the rainy seasons and are harvested by hand up to six times in each season. The primary constraints to production are caused by high night temperatures, which restrict growing areas to higher altitudes, and airborne diseases

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Juan Guillermo Cruz-Castillo, Juan Ángel Tinoco-Rueda, and Franco Famiani

, and the potential areas where P. schiedeana could achieve high fruit yield are unknown. There are no registered cultivars of P. schiedeana for human consumption. An increase in the fruit production of P. schiedeana with selected trees has been

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Samantha R. Nobes, Karen L. Panter, and Randa Jabbour

et al., 2012 ). Open-field production of cut flowers occurs in areas where year-round production is feasible, such as Hawaii, Florida, and California ( Bonarriva, 2003 ). Cut flower production in short-season, high-altitude environments, like

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Givago Coutinho, Rafael Pio, Filipe Bittencourt Machado de Souza, Daniela da Hora Farias, Adriano Teodoro Bruzi, and Paulo Henrique Sales Guimarães

State, the municipality of Lavras, Brazil. The Köppen climate classification of the study region is Cwa (lat. 21°14′S, long. 45°00′W; average altitude, 918 m), which indicates a high-altitude tropical climate with cold and dry winters and warm and moist

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Fan Li, Guoxian Wang, Rongpei Yu, Min Wu, Qinli Shan, Lifang Wu, Jiwei Ruan, and Chunmei Yang

the effects of different planting seasons on the growth and development of Gypsophila paniculata during the natural photoperiod of a low-latitude and high-altitude region. In general, different planting seasons had a significant impact on the plant