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cultivar

[′kəl·tə‚vär]
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The first online cultivar database was developed some 10 years ago by Michael Andreas, webmaster for the world-renowned fcbs.
The ANOVA results showed that the number of nodes was significantly different at different levels of cowpea cultivars and fertilizer, i.
The scientists used environmental growth chambers to study genetically diverse rice cultivars at current and future projections of atmospheric C[O.
During the mashing process, the researchers used a commercial rheometer to analyze the rheological behavior of the mashes, which contained up to 40% of each oat cultivar.
Si Chen, Chairman and CEO of American Lorain, commented, "We are very glad that the development of the new cultivar of chestnuts has finally been successful.
Accordingly, the objective of the present work was to conduct a chemical and mineral content characterization of the fruits of blackberry cultivars cultivated under a tropical climate at an elevation.
Select early, mid-season and late-fruiting cultivars so as to pick fruit from July to September.
Two more cultivars have gained some economic importance because they make high quality black tea and thus cater to a premium niche market demand.
When collecting seed it is important to be aware of two types - those that naturally in-breed true to type, and out-breeders which are especially prone to cross-pollination, with cultivars possibly growing in a neighbour's garden.
We tested the effect of inoculum density on the susceptibility of three lettuce cultivars using root-dip inoculations in a greenhouse trial.