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cultivar

a cultivated variety of a plant or animal species that contains unique features and can be propagated sexually or asexually In horticulture the use of cultivar names is common and is written after the species name, e.g. the common ivy cultivar Hedera helix (Goldheart).

cultivar,

n a plant not found in nature; the form used to cultivate in order to propogate desired characteristics.

cultivar

plant variety produced under cultivation.
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Thus, this study was conducted in order to evaluate the productive performance of different cultivars of blackberry during three years in altitude region with mild temperatures.
The orchard was planted in 2006 with preformed seedlings of european Abbe Fetel, Rocha and Williams pear cultivars, which were grafted using the english grafting method on to EMC quince rootstocks.
Hardneck cultivars tend to have a more complex flavor profile--they're richer, spicier, and generally more 'garlicky.
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Pupal weight was highest for the caterpillars fed the cultivar BRS 8160 RR and lowest for those fed the cultivars SYN 1163 RR and IAC 100.
Throughout the decade, the total number of resistant plantings in Michigan plateaued at ap proximately 600 acres, while vinifera acreage equaled that of resistant cultivars by the year 2000.
Therefore, it is clear that Brazil must reestablish a new strawberry breeding program because new cultivars could be better adapted to subtropical and tropical conditions.
For the selection, the cultivars were distributed in quartiles, delimited by the mean root length, without the stress of [Al.
667 days) where as the cultivars GCH-4, DCS-9 and 48-1 recorded the same larval duration of 24.
Houma cultivars from CP 65-357 to CP 79-318 received the CP name designation even though germplasm had been selected at Houma.