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cultivar

[′kəl·tə‚vär]
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Thus, studies on blackberry productive performance in new cultivation areas are a helpful tool to expand the production area in the country and to know the climatic adaptation and the production period of the cultivars in new sites.
The aim of the present study was to evaluate the graft compatibility among combinations of european pear Abbe Fetel, Rocha and Williams cultivars with the East Mailing "C" (EMC) quince rootstock in southern Brazil during the 2011/12, 2012/13 and 2013/14 growing seasons.
Hardneck cultivars tend to grow and thrive better in regions with severe winters.
Many of these genes are race-specific genes, showing hypersensitive reactions, and breeders are currently using several genes to develop new cultivars.
padi with a specific aim to screen the commercial wheat cultivars for potential resistance to R.
There are distinct differences in the evolution of wine grape acreage and cultivars between the northwest and southwest AVAs.
To exemplify this problem, we can highlight the susceptibility of the imported cultivars to common leaf spot (Mycosphaerella fragariae Tul.
The design was RCD and difference between means for number of holes for all examined seeds and per one seed for the five cultivars were obtained using one way analysis of variance (F-test) and LSD test.
3+] in the nutrient solution and nine upland rice cultivars (Embrapa--BRS Monarca, BRS Pepita, BRS Bonanza, BRS Primavera, BRS Sertaneja and Maravilha; Agronomic Institute of Campinas (IAC)--IAC 202; Agronorte--ANCambara and ANa7007).
Eri silkworm fed on leaves of castor cultivars registered significant variation in all the instar except during first instar.
Basic breeding is a scheme to intercross the desirable alleles from diverse wild germplasm into a composite breeding material that will be used to backcross into elite cultivars [9].