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transformation was used, which yielded good separation of accessions and near normal distributed residuals. A variance decomposition of the transformed lesion data were conducted using the lme4 package ( Bates et al., 2015 ) in R ( R Core Team, 2017 ). Based on

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separately. A four-way analysis of variance was conducted to test the influence of types of biocontainers, plant species, locations, and trial seasons on shoot dry weights and percentage of biocontainer decomposition. To test the effect of location on

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determine the number of years necessary for stable rankings, we decided to more fully analyze the response of the standards and better quantify the components of disease resistance beyond simply plant genotype. We applied variance decomposition methods to

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variance and model complexity by the visible evaluation of a scree plot. A Tucker4 decomposition, an extension of the Tucker3 model, was applied to the four-mode data array [samples (A) × measures (B) × photoperiods (C) × temperatures (D)] of dimension 60

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C:N ratio and decomposition rates of cover crops can have important effects on weed–crop competition. The central objectives of this study were to examine the: 1) effects of spring-sown buckwheat, brown mustard ( Brassica juncea L.), yellow mustard

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result in a loss of pseudostem resources ( Liu et al., 2014 ). The main methods of pseudostem return include direct return, indirect return, and biochemical decomposition. In direct return, the pseudostem is crushed and buried in the field, which is easy

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on the root ball and planted into the field, landscape bed, or final container. They are designed to allow roots to grow through the container walls and to decompose after being planted into the field or final container. Compostable biocontainers are

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( Comninellis and Pulgarin, 1991 ; Fleszar and Ploszynka, 1985 ), in aqueous solutions and even benzene were found to decompose when treated by electrodegradation (ED) ( Fleszar and Ploszynka, 1985 ). These compounds are oxidized rapidly at the anode and

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stockpile of moss peat harvested from three Alberta, Canada, mires, for a total of 465 samples. These samples were analyzed for degree of decomposition according to the von Post (1937) scale (later modified by Puustjarvi and Robertson, 1975 ) and species

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0 , respectively). Data were subjected to analysis of variance. Carbon loss. Decomposition rate as the percentage of cumulative C loss was determined via incubation ( Anderson, 1982 ) on DFB samples collected in Feb. and June 2006. The procedure

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