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Carlo Fallovo, Valerio Cristofori, Emilio Mendoza de-Gyves, Carlos Mario Rivera, Roberto Rea, Simone Fanasca, Cristina Bignami, Youssef Sassine, and Youssef Rouphael

planimeter ( Daughtry, 1990 ), but it is suitable only for small plants with few leaves ( Nyakwende et al., 1997 ). An alternative method to measure leaf area is to use image analysis with image measurement and analysis software. The capture of image by

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Fumiomi Takeda

35 WORKSHOP 3 (Abstr. 674-677) Horticultural Aspects of Phytochemicals in Small Fruits Monday, 24 July, 10:00 a.m.-12:00 noon

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P. Perkins-Veazie

35 WORKSHOP 3 (Abstr. 674-677) Horticultural Aspects of Phytochemicals in Small Fruits Monday, 24 July, 10:00 a.m.-12:00 noon

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Shiow Y. Wana, John L. Maas, and Gene J. Galletta

Ellagic acid, a putative anticarcinogenic compound, was detected in plants of mayhaw (Crataegus spp.), false strawberry (Duchesnea indica), strawberry (Fragaria spp.), black currant (Ribes nigrum), thornless blackberry (Rubus subgenus Eubatus), red raspberry (Rubus subgenus Idaeobatus), and cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon). Large differences in ellagic acid contents have been found among species and cultivars and also among tissues. Ellagic acid content in plant tissues is also affected by environmental factors and shows a seasonal variation in strawberry leaves. A decrease in ellagic acid content of leaves was associated with seasonal decreases in photoperiod and temperature from September to December. Ellagic acid content in the leaves of red raspberry infected with orange rust showed more than a 3-fold increase compared to healthy leaves.

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Roisin McGarry, Jocelyn A. Ozga, and Dennis M. Reinecke

143 POSTER SESSION (Abstr. 688–693) Growth and Development–Small Fruits

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W. Kalt, J.E. McDonald, and S. MacKinnon

35 WORKSHOP 3 (Abstr. 674-677) Horticultural Aspects of Phytochemicals in Small Fruits Monday, 24 July, 10:00 a.m.-12:00 noon

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A. Maaike Wubs, Yuntao Ma, Lia Hemerik, and Ep Heuvelink

abortion dates were recorded six times a week. The week of fruit set was the week in which the flower reached anthesis. A fruit was defined to have been set if it eventually reached the harvestable stage or survived more than 10 (cultivars with small fruits

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Fengxia Shao, Sen Wang, Saiyang Zhang, Juan Chen, and Can Feng

) was relatively higher. The kernel content rates of small jujube fruits (vertical length range, 0.80–1.00 cm) and medium jujube fruit (vertical length range, 1.41–1.60 cm) were relatively lower. Table 1. Embryo abortion rate of jujube fruits in