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ADVISORY COMMITTEE CHAIRS OF STANDING COMMITTEES

@inproceedings{Preece2018ADVISORYCC,
  title={ADVISORY COMMITTEE CHAIRS OF STANDING COMMITTEES},
  author={John E. Preece},
  year={2018}
}
This study examined 52 cultivars of pawpaw (Asimina triloba) grown at three locations in southwestern Ohio, of which 24 fit into previously identified genetic groups based on simple sequence repeat markers, harvested from 2005-2012. The harvest duration ranged from 31 days in 2005 to 74 days in 2010, and most of the fruit was harvested in Sept. A frequency analysis of average FW conducted for all cultivars revealed that average FW was normally distributed. The average FW ranged from 10 g… 

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