Fruits and Vegetables: Issues for Congress

Fruits and Vegetables: Issues for Congress

Date: April 15, 2002
Creator: Branaman, Brenda
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Fruits and Vegetables: Issues for Congress

Fruits and Vegetables: Issues for Congress

Date: July 11, 2002
Creator: Branaman, Brenda
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Fruits and Vegetables: Issues for Congress

Fruits and Vegetables: Issues for Congress

Date: September 4, 2002
Creator: Branaman, Brenda
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Fruits and Vegetables: Issues for Congress

Fruits and Vegetables: Issues for Congress

Date: May 29, 2002
Creator: Branaman, Brenda
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Fruits and Vegetables: Issues for Congress

Fruits and Vegetables: Issues for Congress

Date: October 24, 2002
Creator: Branaman, Brenda
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Fruits and Vegetables: Issues for Congress

Fruits and Vegetables: Issues for Congress

Date: November 14, 2002
Creator: Branaman, Brenda
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Fruits and Vegetables: Issues for Congress

Fruits and Vegetables: Issues for Congress

Date: January 27, 2003
Creator: Branaman, Brenda
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Fruits and Vegetables: Ongoing Issues for Congress

Fruits and Vegetables: Ongoing Issues for Congress

Date: November 13, 2000
Creator: Branaman, Brenda
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4th International Plant Biomechanics Conference Proceedings (Abstracts)

4th International Plant Biomechanics Conference Proceedings (Abstracts)

Date: July 20, 2003
Creator: Telewski, Frank W.; Koehler, Lothar H. & Ewers, Frank W.
Description: The 4th International Plant Biomechanics Conference facilitated an interdisciplinary exchange between scientists, engineers, and educators addressing the major questions encountered in the field of Plant Biomechanics. Subjects covered by the conference include: Evolution; Ecology; Mechanoreception; Cell Walls; Genetic Modification; Applied Biomechanics of Whole Plants, Plant Products, Fibers & Composites; Fluid Dynamics; Wood & Trees; Fracture Mechanics; Xylem Pressure & Water Transport; Modeling; and Introducing Plant Biomechanics in Secondary School Education.
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EFFECT OF AMMONIUM NITRATE ON THE $sup 90$Sr CONCENTRATION IN TOMATO ORGANS.

EFFECT OF AMMONIUM NITRATE ON THE $sup 90$Sr CONCENTRATION IN TOMATO ORGANS.

Date: October 31, 1970
Creator: Hawthorne, H.A.
Description: None
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THE EFFECT OF CHRONIC GAMMA IRRADIATION ON APICAL DOMINANCE OF TREES

THE EFFECT OF CHRONIC GAMMA IRRADIATION ON APICAL DOMINANCE OF TREES

Date: October 31, 1964
Creator: Sax, K. & Schairer, L.A.
Description: Cherry and apple trees subjected to low doses of gamma irradiation (average of 16 and 34 r/day) for 10 years produced atypical branch development and reversal of dominance which could be attributed to the decrease or inactivation of auxin resulting from the irradiation. (auth)
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USE OF NEUTRON IRRADIATIONS IN THE BROOKHAVEN MUTATIONS PROGRAM

USE OF NEUTRON IRRADIATIONS IN THE BROOKHAVEN MUTATIONS PROGRAM

Date: January 1, 1963
Creator: Miksche, J.P. & Shapiro, S.
Description: Many plant species were irradiated with x rays, thermal and fast neutrons, andd gamma radiation during the past 10 yr of the cooperative mutations program and adjunct mutation breeding program. Four major concepts and/ or approaches related to the use of mutagenic agents in plant breeding that have evolved are discussed. It was concluded that outcrossing between treated and nontreated populations must be reckoned with, and consequently the two populations should be separated before a true measure of mutation induction can be ascertained; chromosome rearrangement studies are useful, with particular emphasis on inducing disease resistance; work concerned with tissue reorgandization and rearrangement as related to chimera production and basic understanding of tissue ontogeny, particularly with fruit crops andd horticultural crops is promising; and the effectiveness of responses of plant tissues to neutrons and other mutagenic agents is extremely variable and more basic work is needed before the full potentialities of mutation breeding as a tool in crop improvement can be appreciated. (auth)
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