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those in our study, growers can identify their operational efficiency. Furthermore, our sensitivity analysis provided two applications to risk situations associated with input costs. Growers can make necessary modifications to reflect their own

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nondestructive Chl measurement should have the highest reflectance sensitivity and largest r 2 . Although r 2 has been widely used in laboratory quantitative analysis, only few studies have been reported using r 2 for Chl-related waveband

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analysis and estimated returns for high tunnel lettuce production across a range of actual yields and selling prices and three high tunnel designs: single layer of plastic (SL), double layer (DL), and double layer plus barrels (DL+B). z Table 7. Sensitivity

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a single season. Economic analysis. An economic analysis was conducted based on profitability, sensitivity, and economic return of two alternatives of polyphenolic isolation following fermentation. Profitability was evaluated by comparing total

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height and yield to compare soybean ( Glycine max L.) cultivars grown in calcareous vs. noncalcareous soils. Gao and Shi (2007) used hierarchical cluster analysis to group peanut ( Arachis hypogaea L.) cultivars by sensitivity to iron chlorosis based

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grafted and nongrafted cucumber was conducted. Data were used to develop a partial budget analysis and a sensitivity analysis. Data included production costs, marketable yield, and cucumber price through different market channels. Our goal is to increase

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yields were consistent in both years of trials ( Table 4 ) but the percent of marketable fruit was different, we conducted additional sensitivity analysis that relied on the interaction of various sale prices and marketable yield levels ( Table 8 ). This

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provided a fuller picture of the net returns obtained from steam relative to those obtained from a conventional soil fumigant. The study also used sensitivity analysis to consider the effects of changes in the yield distribution, cost of propane, and steam

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methods, and more recently verified by high-density SNP analysis (Roose, unpublished). Among the less ACC-sensitive C. trifoliata accessions, CRC 3888 (lowest sensitivity in all 3 years) and CRC 4017 are the only two accessions in this study from the

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evaluation costs as they have higher numbers of seedlings. Observed trends at the 50% removal rate are therefore assumed representative for lower removal rate scenarios. The first sensitivity analysis examined the effects of decreased laboratory costs for MAS

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