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08/2018, Handbook of Plant Breeding, ISBN 9783319906973, Volume 11, 888
Although there are numerous ornamental species, ornamental plant breeding and plant breeding research is mainly limited to some major species. Here all... 
Life Sciences | Plant Anatomy/Development | Plant Physiology | Plant Breeding/Biotechnology | Plant Genetics and Genomics
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Journal of Plant Physiology, ISSN 0176-1617, 05/2019, Volume 236, pp. 117 - 123
Adventitious rooting, a critical process in the vegetative propagation of many ornamentals, can be affected by both light intensity and light quality. We... 
Light quality | Adventitious rooting | Auxin transport inhibitor | Chrysanthemum morifolium | Light emitting diode | AUXIN | PLANT-RESPONSES | ACIDS | GROWTH | PHOTOTROPIC RESPONSE | BLUE-LIGHT | PLANT SCIENCES
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Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture (PCTOC), ISSN 0167-6857, 10/2017, Volume 131, Issue 1, pp. 163 - 174
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Journal of Applied Physics, ISSN 0021-8979, 12/2017, Volume 122, Issue 24, p. 245302
A Through Silicon Via (TSV) is a key component for 3D integrated circuit stacking technology, and the diameter of a TSV keeps scaling down to reduce the... 
HYDROGEN | PHYSICS, APPLIED | THROUGH-SILICON | TSVS | CONFORMALITY | CHALLENGES | CAPACITANCE | Usage | Annealing | Optical properties | Silicon | Research | Chemical vapor deposition | Electric properties
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Euphytica, ISSN 0014-2336, 7/2019, Volume 215, Issue 7, pp. 1 - 13
Intergeneric hybridization between industrial chicory (Cichorium intybus L.) and Cicerbita alpina Walbr. induces interspecific hybrids and haploid chicory... 
Life Sciences | Plant Pathology | Biotechnology | Industrial chicory | Plant Genetics and Genomics | Intergeneric hybridization | CENH3 | Plant Physiology | Chromosome elimination | Plant Sciences | Chromosome doubling | Ploidy | Hybrids | Mitosis | Amino acids | Interspecific | Genomes | Hybridization | Shotguns | Gene expression | Embryos | Gene sequencing | Morphology | Oryzalin | Chicory | Inbreeding | Trifluralin | Chromosomes | Cultivars
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EUPHYTICA, ISSN 0014-2336, 07/2019, Volume 215, Issue 7, p. 1
Intergeneric hybridization between industrial chicory (Cichorium intybus L.) and Cicerbita alpina Walbr. induces interspecific hybrids and haploid chicory... 
Industrial chicory | AGRONOMY | Intergeneric hybridization | CENH3 | Chromosome elimination | LINES | PLANT SCIENCES | HORTICULTURE | TEMPERATURE | IMMATURE EMBRYOS | PLANTS | INCOMPATIBILITY | Chromosome doubling | Plants | Nucleotide sequencing | Chromosomes | Analysis | Genomics | DNA sequencing
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Scientia Horticulturae, ISSN 0304-4238, 07/2019, Volume 253, pp. 270 - 275
Light stimulates the production of anthocyanins in leaves. Assimilation light is needed in the production of red colored foliage plants during the dark winter... 
Light quality | Anthocyanin | Hypoestes | Cryptanthus | Light emitting diodes | LED | Guzmania | EMITTING-DIODES | LETTUCE | BLUE | GERANIUM | ANTHOCYANINS | RED | HORTICULTURE | VARIEGATION | Light-emitting diodes
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Journal of Phytopathology, ISSN 0931-1785, 06/2019, Volume 167, Issue 6, pp. 363 - 370
Box blight is a widespread disease of Buxus caused by the pathogen Calonectria pseudonaviculata. It is responsible for significant losses in nurseries, gardens... 
Cylindrocladium buxicola | Bio‐assay | boxwood blight | seedling selection | CYLINDROCLADIUM-BUXICOLA | BOX BLIGHT | SUSCEPTIBILITY | GENETIC-RELATIONSHIPS | ACCESSIONS | PLANT SCIENCES | CAUSAL AGENT | DISEASE | MAIZE | EXPRESSION | Bio-assay | Disease resistance | Signs and symptoms | Inoculation | Populations | Breeding | Parents | Blight | Genotypes | Spores | Seedlings
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Scientia Horticulturae, ISSN 0304-4238, 04/2017, Volume 218, pp. 177 - 186
Specific light spectra play an important role in plant photomorphogenic responses. Plants are sensitive to light ranging from UV (280–400 nm) to far-red light... 
Red | Plant architecture | Chrysanthemum morifolium ramat | LED light | Blue | Far-red | AXILLARY BUD OUTGROWTH | SPECTRAL FILTERS | BLUE-LIGHT | HORTICULTURE | RESPONSES | IN-VITRO | GROWTH | SHADE AVOIDANCE | PHYTOCHROME | Genotype | Genetic aspects | Plant physiology | Architecture | Light-emitting diodes
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Frontiers in Plant Science, ISSN 1664-462X, 2018, Volume 871, p. 1538
Rhododendrons are typically known to be calcifuges that cannot grow well in lime soils. Data on lime tolerance of different taxa in Rhododendron are scarce.... 
Herbarium specimen | Geocoding | Rhododendron | Calcium carbonate | Lime tolerance | ABIOTIC STRESS | CHINA | ACIDIFICATION | lime tolerance | ACCURACY | PLANT SCIENCES | DISTRIBUTIONS | calcium carbonate | EVOLUTION | geocoding | AVAILABILITY | herbarium specimen | SOIL | PLANTS | DIVERSITY | Environmental aspects | Plant-soil relationships | Observations
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Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.), ISSN 1064-3745, 2010, Volume 589, pp. 365 - 376
Europe is traditionally the largest producer of floricultural products in the world with an estimated production value of over 12 billion euro in 2006. The... 
Commerce - economics | Plant Development | Agriculture - trends | Europe | Humans | Transportation | Agriculture - economics | International Cooperation | Flowers - growth & development | Social Responsibility | Internationality | Commerce - trends | Conservation of Natural Resources
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