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Two leaf color characters, solid red and variegated red, are associated with early fruit ripening in peach [Prunus persica (L.) Batsch]. These color characters appear in leaves approaching senescence and can be scored in 1-year-old seedlings.

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. With the exception of a unique outlier with leaf width that far exceeded that of either parent, population means and distributions denoted a quantitative mode of inheritance for these morphological characters. The presence of additive effects was

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contained L* , a* , and b* parameters to describe all aspects of the color ( Schmitzer et al., 2012 ). The morphological characters (leaf length, width, and thickness; stem diameter; flower shape and color; and growth period traits) of the hybrids (five

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( Vitis spp.)” ( IPGRI, UPOV, and OIV, 1997 ) and included 32 vegetative characters related to young (YS), mature (MS), and woody shoot (WS) and young (YL) and mature leaf (ML) ( Tables 4 – 8 ). After vegetative determinations, data were first correlated

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morphological characters such as stomatal density and leaf curvature are associated with incidence and severity of downy mildew in Ocimum sp. Basils with higher stomatal densities had higher BDM incidence and were mainly found in the sweet, cinnamon, and clove

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to the plants for all the treatments until 2 weeks after transplanting until harvest. Data collection. Data were collected on the growth parameters and yield contributing characters (vine length, number of branches per plant, leaf area, number of

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introduced to the United States by R.H. Porter of Iowa State University ( Porter, 1929 ). The largely recessive character of this CMV resistance ( Shifriss et al., 1942 ) was lost during multiple backcross generations. Consequently, early generations relied

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. Likewise, among leaf characters, a strong correlation was found between LL and LW ( r = 0.941**). Interestingly, LCC was positively correlated with LL ( r = 0.764*). Narrow-sense heritability (hn2) of morphological traits was independently estimated for

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Significant differences were observed in yield, net photosynthetic rates (Pn), percent leaf nitrogen, chlorophyll content, stomatal density and specific leaf weight in various genotypes of sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam.) but these characters were not correlated with root yield.

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Difficulty is frequently experienced in displaying associations of quantitative characters such as flower weight and vaselife with qualitative characters such as flower shape, petal attitude, color, and leaf damage in cut roses (Rosa hybrida L.) A scatter diagram technique which accommodates 2 quantitative and up to 12 qualitative characters applied to experiments on rose cultivars and floral preservatives revealed qualitative associations with increased vaselife and flower fresh weight in response to the use of various preservative solutions.

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