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Yuxin Chen, Zishuo Zhang, Kexin Wang, Lijin Ou, and Yan Ao

Yellow-horn ( Xanthoceras sorbifolium Bunge), a valuable plant native to China, is a member of the family Sapindaceae. It is mainly distributed in North China, with a cultivation history of more than 1000 years ( Ma et al., 2020 ). The species can

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Jessica G. Barb, Dennis J. Werner, and Robert J. Griesbach

Flavonoids, carotenoids, and betalains are three classes of pigments that produce flower color in plants. Of these pigments, flavonoids are the most abundant and responsible for a broad range of flower colors, including pale yellow, ivory, pink

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Aerdake Kuwantai, Yu-jia Liu, Zong-zhe Wan, Hong-yan Liu, and Ling Wang

hybridization of I. sanguinea × I. sanguinea f. albiflora which was crossed in 2007. Flowers of ‘Forest Fairy’ were large and its outer and inner perianths have conspicuous brown reticulate veins on yellow claw at the base, and spoon-type parts of outer

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Ricardo Goenaga, Brian Irish, and Angel Marrero

International, 2018 ; Irizarry, et al., 2001 ). Culturally, plantain has been categorized as three flowering/bunch-producing types, including French (persistent bracts and male flower bud, with many hands), false horn (degenerate male bud, intermediate number

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Jonathan Magby, Gayle M. Volk, Adam Henk, and Steve Miller

cultivars were Haralson, Patten’s Greening, Yellow Transparent, Northwestern Greening, McMahon, Whitney Crab, Dolgo, McIntosh Red, Wolf River, Dutchess of Oldenburg, Charlamoff, Martha, Virginia Crab, and Anoka ( Table 2 ). In Wyoming, Wealthy, Haralson, and

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Min Deng, Jianjun Chen, Richard J. Henny, and Qiansheng Li

, commonly referred to as crotons, are small evergreen trees and shrubs with varied leaf shapes and vivid foliage colors displayed as shades, blends, combinations, or solid patches of red, pink, orange, yellow, lavender, black, and green. Leaf sizes range

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Ksenija Gasic and John E. Preece

% red blush with weak to strong stripes in overcolor on yellow-green ground color, moderate to high soluble solids content (13.9 °Brix) and high acidity (7.9 g·L –1 malic acid) at harvest; very firm, crisp and juicy with strong aroma; low sensitivity to

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Chun-yan Yang, Yuan Huang, and Chunlin Long

( Isobe and Hashimoto, 1994 ). With its showy golden yellow flowers, which can last up to 7 months ( Liu et al., 2003 ), and abroad ecological environment adaptability, this species has attracted some horticulturists from the United States, the United

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Kelly M. Oates, Thomas G. Ranney, and Darren H. Touchell

wildflowers ( Urbatsch et al., 2000 ). Rudbeckia subtomentosa is a durable, diploid (2 n = 2x = 38) perennial, hardy to USDA zone 4. It is well adapted to many environments and has showy yellow ray florets. The tall stature of R. subtomentosa (2 to 3 m

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Jack E. Staub, Matthew D. Robbins, Steven R. Larson, and Paul G. Johnson

growing environments. Origin Seed of FEID 9025897 was originally collected (>10 plants) by the BPMC on the Charles E. Helvey Ranch east of the Rosebud River (T7S R39E NW1/4Sec 3; 45°31′39″N lat., 106°58′25″W long.) in Big Horn County, MT. The seed of the