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). Tomato fruit with BER were categorized separately. Fruit from each treatment were separated by replication and were weighed for biomass. At least three fruit from the second cluster for each experimental unit were separated into proximal and distal

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evidence from desert succulents showing the important contribution of older roots, particularly with respect to recovery after drought. In the case of the succulents discussed here, the term “older roots” refers to the proximal root region near the base of

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proximal hands and two distal hands from each bunch for irradiation treatment. The hands were labeled, transported immediately to the laboratory, and cut into clusters with four fruit per cluster. Irradiation treatment. The clusters from the

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(DS), proximal petal segment (PS), and CT ( Fig. 2 ). Colorimetric analyses were performed on fresh flower segments, which were then shock-frozen in liquid nitrogen and stored in a deep freezer (−20 °C) until analyses of secondary metabolites and

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progressing from either the proximal or the distal end of the root or both and a more restricted tip rot that appears in storage near the proximal end of the root ( Arancibia et al., 2013 ; Clark et al., 2013a ). Various fungi have been isolated from each

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Vine production from proximal and middle tuber sections of yam (Dioscorea alata L.), subdivided into whole, half and quarter pieces increased with tuber size. Vines produced from proximal, middle and distal tuber sections decreased significantly with distance from the proximal end. Smaller pieces collectively resulted in greater total vine length.

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variety were randomly chosen with a total of three and four replicates in 2017 and 2018, respectively. In 2017, each fruit was divided into three sections of approximately the same size; proximal, middle, and distal and [Ca 2+ ] analyses were performed for

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rows within a block and 4.3 m driveways between blocks. The trees were planted in 2015 at ≈1.2 to 2.1 m apart within the row. The orientation for the two exterior rows on both the east and west sides of the block was defined as proximal, and the

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lacquer was carefully peeled from the berries and leaves and placed on glass slides. For each berry sample, the berry was divided into the calyx and four equal spherical segments: the distal (calyx) end, distal-middle end, proximal-middle end, and proximal

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research has been conducted on the WSV content of different sweetpotato root tissues. An earlier study reported no gradient in thiamin and riboflavin contents from proximal to distal ends of the root. However, thiamin was found more concentrated at 3 mm

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