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Hafid Achtak, Ahmed Oukabli, Mohammed Ater, Sylvain Santoni, Finn Kjellberg, and Bouchaib Khadari

also been used in the agrofood industry for identification of virgin olive oil ( Pasqualone et al., 2004 ). In Morocco, fig germplasm is maintained in an ex situ collection at INRA Meknes. It was established from prospecting Moroccan areas, especially

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Meiling Yang, Fang Li, Hong Long, Weiwei Yu, Xiuna Yan, Bin Liu, Yunxiu Zhang, Guorong Yan, and Wenqin Song

is critical to protect this precious genetic resource ( Volk et al., 2005 ). Conservation of plant genetic resources is achieved by protection of populations in nature (in situ) or by preservation of samples in gene banks (ex situ) ( Cohen et al

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Richard O. Carey, George J. Hochmuth, Christopher J. Martinez, Treavor H. Boyer, Vimala D. Nair, Michael D. Dukes, Gurpal S. Toor, Amy L. Shober, John L. Cisar, Laurie E. Trenholm, and Jerry B. Sartain

). Fig. 1. Total flow in 2008 from wastewater treatment plants in three southern Florida counties (2.5 Mm 3 ·d − 1 ) compared with all other counties (3.5 Mm 3 ·d − 1 ) ( Florida Department of Environmental Protection, 2010b ); 1 Mm 3 = 35.3147 million

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Thomas E. Marler, Anders J. Lindström, and L. Irene Terry

described Cycas species ( Osborne et al., 2012 ) are being conserved in the ex situ cycad germplasm collections in Nong Nooch Tropical Botanical Garden. Pesticide protection of susceptible Cycas taxa resulting from this pest represents one of the

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Thomas E. Marler and Gil N. Cruz

months after initial scale infestation) samples to provide a preliminary determination of seed carbohydrate responses to A. yasumatsui . Whole-tree protection. Several plots throughout Guam were established in 2007 for protection from A. yasumatsui

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L.J. Grauke, Bruce W. Wood, and Marvin K. Harris

genetic diversity reflects long-term adaptation ( Bock et al., 2016 ; Grauke et al., 2011 ; Sagaram et al., 2011 ; Sparks, 2005 ). Characterization of extant diversity in ex situ collections should contribute to breeding and selection. The historic

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H. Chris Wien

northern parts of the United States and Canada, they provide protection against low temperatures, allowing the crop to be planted as much as a month before the same crop can be grown in the open field ( Table 5 ). In the fall, the plants can be kept growing

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Thomas Sotiropoulos, Georgios Syrgianidis, Nikolaos Koutinas, Antonios Petridis, and Dimitrios Almaliotis

vigorous with a fairly upright habit. Scaffold branch angle was 30° to 45° from vertical. Performance has not been tested on other rootstocks. Trees were grafted in situ and started producing fruit 3 to 4 years later. Maximum production was reached at the

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Monica Ozores-Hampton

in situ can be used to improve N use efficiency. However, the direct, quantitative measurement of N mineralization in situ is difficult due to the complex and dynamic nature of N transformations in the soil environment ( Preusch et al., 2002 ). Heavy

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Georgios Syrgiannidis, Thomas Sotiropoulos, Nikolaos Koutinas, and Dimitrios Almaliotis

yet. Trees were grafted in situ and started producing fruit 3 years later. Maximum production was reached at the sixth year. Trees were trained to a central leader system. Bearing happens mainly on spurs. When trees set heavy crops, thinning was