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( Ervin and Koski, 2001 ; Lickfeldt et al., 2001 ; Stier and Rogers, 2001 ). Serensits (2008) reported that sequential applications of TE at 0.17 kg·ha −1 before traffic stress increased the tiller density of several kentucky bluegrass ( Poa pratensis

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digital image analysis were included representing 0%, 10%, 20%, 30%, 40%, 50%, 60%, 70%, 80%, 90%, and 100% blush. The images were displayed in random sequential order on a color-calibrated computer monitor and seven experienced observers were asked to

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germination. Therefore, the objective of this research was to develop a sequential imaging system to evaluate seed germination and seedling growth on an individual seed basis. Sequential imaging was used to evaluate the relationship between germination speed

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fruit included) were sequentially imaged on 23 Sept. 2016 [photosynthetically active radiation ( PAR ): 200–506 μmol·m −2 ·s −1 ], 27 Sept. 2016 ( PAR : 80–108 μmol·m −2 ·s −1 ) and 3 Oct. 2016 ( PAR : 91–337 μmol·m −2 ·s −1 ), with the CID CI-110 Canopy

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) light reflected back to the device from the viewer’s retina ( Holmqvist et al., 2011 ). We summarize the comparison of 10 aspects in Table 1 . Fig. 1. Light-pupil monitor-mounted eye-tracker device [LET (model X1; Tobii, Danderyd, Sweden)]. Image from

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magenta boxes. Vacuum-agroinfiltrated leaves were placed on 0.5 × MS media plates, sprayed with luciferin at 24 h postinfiltration, and then imaged for three sequential 1 h-imaging sessions beginning at ≈48 h post agroinfiltration. The AtRBCS1B

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benefits of this system. First, it is very quick and easy to use. One only needs to place the object to be photographed on the surface, capture the image, and move on. Because most digital cameras automatically name the picture files in sequential order, a

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·ha −1 and 12 months at rates greater than 53 g·ha −1 . Overseeding restrictions of this nature may limit indaziflam use by turf managers. Sequential application programs could provide turf managers with effective summer annual weed control without

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for khakiweed control and warrants further investigation in bermudagrass. The presence of a deep taproot enables khakiweed to regenerate from abundant carbohydrate reserves after defoliation ( Umeda, 2008 ). Minimal research has examined sequential

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full, viable seeds with developed vegetative organs (full seed) from empty, nonviable seeds, as demonstrated in Corylopsis coreana Uyeki seeds ( Kim et al., 2017 , 2018 ), could not be evaluated. X-ray imaging may be useful to distinguish full seeds

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