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North Carolina G. Craig Yencho and Mark E. Clough Department of Horticultural Science, North Carolina State University, Vernon G. James Research and Extension Center, Plymouth NC Introduction Twenty-one round white, seven red and purple, and six russet and long white clones were evaluated in three replicated yield trials at the NCSU VGJREC/NC Department of Agriculture and Consumer Sciences, Tidewater Research...

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Carolina North G. Craig Yencho and Mark E. Clough Department of Horticultural Science, North Carolina State University, Vernon G. James Research and Extension Center, Plymouth NC Introduction Twenty-one round white, seven red and purple, and six russet and long white clones were evaluated in three replicated yield trials at the NCSU VGJREC/NC Department of Agriculture and Consumer Sciences, Tidewater Research Station in Plymouth, NC as part of the NE-1031 Northeast Regional Potato Variety Trials Project during 2008. Methods The trials were planted in a Portsmouth fine sandy loam soil with a pH of ca. 5.5 on March 24th. A randomized complete block design with 4 replicates was used for each experiment. Plots consisted of 1 row with 28 hills spaced 9 inches apart. Spacing between rows was 38 inches for both trials. Fertilizer was applied on two dates pre-plant: 700 lbs./A 18-18-18, March 14th and 20 gal./A 30-0-0 on March 17th, a second application of liquid N was applied ( 7 gal./A 30-0-0) on May 8th. Insecticides, imidicloprid and cyfluthrin (Leverage 2.7 , 3 oz /A) and spinosad (Spintor 2SC 3 oz/A) were applied mid season. The herbicides metribuzin (Sencor DF at 1 lb./A) and metalochlor (Dual Magnum at 1.5 pt/A) were applied pre-emergence. No fungicides were applied to the plots this year. The trials were harvested without vine killing. The plots were dug using a two-row John Deere potato harvester modified to dig one row. The red trial was dug on July 7th, the round white trial on July 10th, and the russet trial on July 23rd, 105, 108, and 121 days respectively after planting. The harvested potatoes were graded to five classes: 1s < 1 7/8; 2s > 1 7/8 to 2 1/2; 3s > 2 1/2 to 3 1/4; 4s > 3 1/4 to 4; 5s > 4. Culls were removed and weighed separately in both trials. After grading and weighing, 40 marketable tubers (10 tubers/replication) were sampled randomly from each entry, cut, and scored for the presence or absence of hollow heart, heat necrosis and any other internal defects. Random sub-samples of marketable tubers were then obtained from each replication and bulked by clone to provide samples for specific gravity readings and chipping. Specific gravity was determined using the weight-in-air/weight-in-water method. Chip ratings were done at the TRS/VGJREC with in 48 hrs of harvest and again 5 to 7 days later. Chips were prepared and rated following the procedures outlined in the Snack Food Association Chipping Potato Handbook (1995). Results The potato production season started on time Rainfall was adequate early in the season though not excessive with drying periods in between. Toward the end of May the crop looked like it was progressing well, then the rains tapered off and it was dry for the remainder of the season. Late May is generally when the crop is beginning the bulking phase in eastern NC, consequently yield in the trials was significantly affected. While it is hard for us to gage yield reduction in the russet trial (because we typically dont evaluate many russets), the round white and red trials had marketable yield losses of a third or more, which we attribute to the drought that began in the bulking phase. NE1031 Report North Carolina Page 2 Round White Trial: Only one clone, Dakota Diamond (217 cwt/a) had a significantly greater marketable yield than Atlantic (172 cwt/A). One other clone, Snowden (191 cwt/a), also had a greater marketable yield than Atlantic. Four clones in this trial had gravities greater than or equal to Atlantic (1.074). These were (sorted high to low): BNC48-1 (1.081), B1992-106 (1.077), AF2291-10 (1.075), and B2485-2 (1.075). Three clones: B2485-2, Beacon Chipper, and BNC41-13, received a chip rating of 1 in both the 24 to 48 hour and 5 to 7 day chip tests. Five clones: B1992-106, Beacon Chipper, NY138, NY140 (NYY36-4), and NY141 (NYY41-67) were rated a 7 for overall appearance. One clone, Atlantic (35% with an HNR of 7.0), expressed IHN with 10% or greater incidence.. The most common culls were misshapes, sunscald, soft rot, growth cracks, and skin blemishes attributed to Rhizoctonia. Red Trial: The standard, Chieftain, had a marketable yield of 188 cwt/A. All other clones had lower marketable yields. One clone, B2152-17, received an overall appearance score of 7. No clones expressed significant levels of IHN, HH, VR, BC, or SR. Culls were due mostly to soft rot, misshapes, silver scurf, sunscald, growth cracks, secondary growth, heat sprouts, and skin blemishes attributed to Rhizoctonia. Russet/Long White Trial: This is the first dedicated russet variety trial our program has conducted since 1999. Since that time several russet varieties have been released and because of modest industry interest we decided to conduct this trial with a limited number of clones. The standard, Russet Norkotah 3117, had a marketable yield of 69 cwt/A, Rio Grande Russet (97 cwt/a), and AF2431-2 (71 cwt/a) had greater marketable yields. One clone, AF2431-2 (1.071), had a higher specific gravity than Russet Norkotah 3117 (1.067). One clone, Russet Norkotah 3117, received an overall appearance score of 7. No clones expressed significant levels of IHN, HH, VR, BC, or SR. Culls were due mostly to soft rot, misshapes, sunscald, secondary growth, heat sprouts, and skin blemishes attributed to Rhizoctonia. Descriptions of Numbered or Recently Released White Clones under NC Conditions AF2291-10 has been evaluated for 7 years in 8 trials and it has performed marginally well in North Carolina. This clone is late maturing, and its overall appearance scores have been fair. It produces slightly netted tan to light brown, medium to large tubers, and shapes are round to oblong. Marketable yields averaged 70% of Atlantic this year, and historically are 79% of Atlantic. Gravity was 1.075 (1.081 historically), and chip color has been excellent. Historically, incidence of IHN has averaged 6% with a severity rating of 8.6, though none was seen this year. No other internal defects were observed this year. External defects included sunscald, high numbers of misshapes, soft rot, heat sprouts, secondary growth, and skin blemishes due to Rhizoctonia. AF2574-1 has been evaluated for 1 year in 1 trial and it performed poorly in North Carolina. This is later maturing clone, with an overall appearance score of poor (3). Tubers are tan to light brown, slightly netted, medium to large in size with round to oblong shapes. Marketable yields averaged 72% of Atlantic, specific gravity was 1.058, and chip color was acceptable to marginal. NE1031 Report North Carolina Page 3 No internal defects were noted. External defects included growth cracks, misshapes, sunscald, secondary growth and skin blemishes due to Rhizoctonia. AF2916-1 has been evaluated for 3 years in 3 trials and is not suitable for North Carolina. This clones tubers are mostly medium sized (small to medium this year), maturing in mid season, and they are mostly oblong historically (but mostly round this year) with moderately smooth cream skin and better than fair overall appearance. Its marketable yield averaged 55% of Atlantic (73% historically), gravity was 1.069 (1.070 historically), and chip color is excellent. No internal defects were observed. External defects included growth cracks, soft rot, misshapes, and skin blemishes due to Rhizoctonia. B1992-106 has been evaluated for 6 years in 7 trials and its performance has been variable in North Carolina. It is a mid to late maturing clone with fair appearance. Tubers are slightly larger than medium size, mostly oblong shaped, tan to light brown in color, and netted. Marketable yields averaged 77% of Atlantic (84% historically), gravity was 1.077 (this year and historically), and chip color scores have been excellent. No internal defects were observed. External defects included sunscald, soft rot, secondary growth, and common scab. B2452-3 has been evaluated 4 years in 5 trials and it does not have potential in North Carolina. It is a mid-maturing clone with fair overall appearance. Tubers are medium to large, round to oblong, and slightly netted. Marketable yields averaged 58% of Atlantic (80% historically), gravity was 1.070 (1.073 historically), and chip color was excellent. No internal defects were observed. External defects included soft rot, misshapes, Fusarium dry rot, and common scab. B2485-2 has been evaluated for 2 years in 3 trials and does not have potential in North Carolina. It is a mid-maturing clone with a fair overall appearance score. Tubers are medium size, mostly round, and moderately smooth. Marketable yields averaged 45% of Atlantic (63% historically), gravity was 1.075 (1.072 historically), and chip color has been exceptional. No internal defects have been noted. External defects included misshapes, soft rot, star cracking, and Fusarium dry rot. Beacon Chipper has been evaluated for 3 years in 6 trials and may have some potential in North Carolina. It is a mid to late maturing clone with a good overall appearance score. Tubers are medium to large, mostly oblong (round to oblong historically), tan to light brown in color, and netted. Marketable yields averaged 83% of Atlantic (historically 83% also), gravity was 1.071 (1.082 historically), and chip color scores have been excellent to exceptional. No significant internal defects were observed. External defects included sunscald, soft rot, and Fusarium dry rot. BNC41-13 has been evaluated for 3 years in 4 trials and has performed only marginally well. It is a mid-maturing clone with less than fair overall appearance (better than fair historically). Tubers are small (small to medium historically), mostly round shaped, brown, and netted. Marketable yields averaged 84% of Atlantic (79% historically), gravity was 1.071 (1.076 historically), and chip color scores have been exceptional. No internal defects were observed. External defects included soft rot, tight stem attachment, sunscald, and skin blemishes due to Rhizoctonia. NE1031 Report North Carolina Page 4 BNC48-1 has been evaluated for 4 years in 6 trials and most likely does not have potential in North Carolina. It is a mid-maturing clone with a fair overall appearance. Tubers are medium sized, round, tan to light brown in color, and netted. Marketable yields averaged 59% of Atlantic (78% historically), gravity was 1.081 (same historically), and chip color has been excellent to exceptional. No internal defects were observed. External defects included soft rot, misshapes, and Fusarium dry rot. Dakota Diamond has been evaluated in 7 yield trials and 3 Colorado potato beetle (CPB) resistance trials since 1999 and may have limited potential in North Carolina. It is a late maturing clone with a fair overall appearance score. Tubers are medium to large, mostly round, white, and moderately smooth. Marketable yields averaged 135% of Atlantic (104% historically), gravity was 1.067 (1.078 historically), and chip color was excellent. No significant amounts of internal defects were recorded, however this clone is susceptible to internal heat necrosis and hollow heart. External defects included soft rot, misshapes, heat sprouts, sunscald, secondary growth, Fusarium dry rot, and skin blemishes due to Rhizoctonia. Our CPB resistance trials have shown moderate to good resistance, though a large component of this is due to preferential feeding. NY138 has been evaluated for 5 years in 4 trials and may have potential as a table stock variety in North Carolina. It is a slightly later than mid-maturing clone with an overall appearance score of good. Tubers were medium sized (historically medium to large), shapes were round to oblong, color was tan to light brown and texture was moderately smooth. Marketable yields averaged 69% of Atlantic (89% historically), gravity was 1.064 (1.067 historically), and chip color has been excellent to exceptional. No internal defects were observed. External defects included soft rot, sunscald, misshapes, and Fusarium dry rot. NY139 (NYY28-9) has been evaluated for 4 years in 5 trials and may have potential in North Carolina. It is a slightly later than medium maturing clone, with better than fair overall appearance. Tubers are medium to large and mostly oblong, the skin is tan to light brown and slightly netted. Marketable yields averaged 70% of Atlantic (87% historically), gravity was 1.067 (historically 1.078) and chip color scores have been good to exceptional. No internal defects were observed. Other defects included soft rot, and sunscald. NY140 (NYY36-4) has been evaluated for 4 years in 9 trials and may have potential in North Carolina. It is a late maturing clone with good to average overall appearance scores. Tubers are medium to large, and mostly oblong. Color is tan to light brown and texture is smooth. Marketable yields averaged 76% of Atlantic (historically 113% of Atlantic), gravity was 1.065 (historically 1.073), and chip color scores have been good to excellent. No internal defects were observed. External defects were sunscald, soft rot, and misshapes. NY141 (NYY41-67) has been evaluated for 4 years in 4 trials and may have some potential in North Carolina. Maturity has been mid season, and overall appearance scores have been good. Tubers are medium to large, oblong, tan to light brown in color, and moderately smooth. Average marketable yields have been 89% of Atlantic (90% of Atlantic historically), gravity was 1.063 (1.069 historically), and chip color score have been excellent. No internal defects were NE1031 Report North Carolina Page 5 observed. External defects included sunscald, soft rot, misshapes, secondary growth, and skin blemishes due to Rhizoctonia. NYB38-37 has been evaluated for 3 years in 5 trials and may not be suited for North Carolina. It is a slightly earlier than mid-maturing clone with a better than fair to good overall appearance score. Tubers are medium sized, round, tan to light brown, and moderately smooth. Marketable yields averaged 65% of Atlantic (historically 94% but highly variable across all trials), gravity was 1.066 (historically 1.068), and chip color is good to excellent. No internal defects were observed. External defects were soft rot, sunscald, and tight stem attachment. Descriptions of Numbered or Recently Released Red Clones under NC Conditions AF2393-7 has been evaluated in 5 non-consecutive years in 7 trials and does not have potential in North Carolina. It is an early to mid maturing clone producing potatoes with a fair overall appearance. Tubers are medium and mostly round. Skin color is red, and skin texture is slightly netted to moderately smooth, flesh color is light yellow, and skin set is better than fair. Marketable yields averaged 48% of Chieftain (59% historically). No significant internal defects were recorded. Other defects soft included rot, and tight stolen attachment. B2152-17 has been evaluated for 5 non-consecutive years in 10 trials and may have some potential in North Carolina as a small, specialty red. This is a slightly earlier than mid-maturing clone with an overall appearance score of good. Tubers are small to medium, mostly round, bright red skinned, and texture is smooth. The flesh color is light yellow, and may be able to pass for a main crop red as well as a specialty type. Marketable yields averaged 51% of Chieftain and historically have been 64% of Chieftain. No internal defects were recorded. External defects included soft rot. B2327-2 has been evaluated for 4 years in 5 trials and is not suited for North Carolina (low yield). It is mid-maturing with an average overall appearance score of fair. Tubers are medium, mostly round, red, have a good skin set, and smooth textured. Marketable yields averaged 29% of Chieftain and historically have been 43% of Chieftain. No significant internal defects were observed. External defects included misshapes, growth cracks, and soft rot. Dakota Jewell has been evaluated for 6 non-consecutive years in 9 trials and has performed marginally in North Carolina (low yield). This clone is mid-maturing with a fair overall appearance score. Tubers are medium sized, round to oblong, skin set is good, color is red, and texture is smooth. Marketable yields averaged 68% of Chieftain and historically 74% of Chieftain. No significant internal defects were recorded. External defects were misshapes, soft rot, deep apical eyes, and skin blemishes due to Rhizoctonia. Peter Wilcox (B1816-5) has been evaluated for 9 years in thirty trials and has potential in North Carolina as a specialty type. This is an early to mid-maturing clone that produces potatoes with better than fair appearance historically. Tubers are medium size, mostly oblong, slightly netted to moderately smooth texture and purple. Skin set is good, and flesh color is an attractive medium to dark yellow color. Marketable yields averaged 74% of Chieftain in 2006, and 83% of NE1031 Report North Carolina Page 6 Chieftain historically. No internal defects were observed. Other defects included misshapes, silver scurf, and skin blemishes due to Rhizoctonia. Descriptions of Numbered or Recently Released Russet Clones under NC Conditions AF2431-2 was evaluated in a replicated trial for the first time in North Carolina this year. This clone was slightly later than mid-maturing, and the overall appearance was less than fair. Tubers were medium sized, oblong to long, color was cream and texture was moderately smooth. Marketable yields averaged 121% of Russet Norkotah and specific gravity was 1.071. No significant internal defects were observed. External defects included misshapes, soft rot, sunscald, and skin blemishes due to Rhizoctonia. Blazer Russet has been evaluated in 2 years in 3 trials and needs further evaluation to determine if it is suitable for North Carolina. It is a later maturing clone with an average overall appearance score of less than fair (better than fair in 2 trials poor in the third). Tubers were slightly larger than medium size, mostly long, tan to light brown, and lightly russeted. Marketable yields averaged 94% of Russet Norkotah (113% historically) and specific gravity was 1.056 (1.067 historically). No internal defects were observed. External defects included high numbers of misshapes secondary growth and soft rot. RioGrande Russet was evaluated for the first time by our program this year and needs further evaluation in North Carolina. This was a late maturing clone with a less than fair overall appearance. Tubers were slightly larger than medium, oblong to long shaped, brown, and skin texture was moderately russeted. Marketable yields averaged 158% of Russet Norkotah and gravity was 1.057. No significant internal defects were recorded. External defects included sunscald and many misshapes. NE1031 Report North Carolina Page 7 This Page Intentionally Left Blank NE1031 Report North Carolina Page 8 North Carolina Table 1. Total and marketable yield, percentage of total yield by size class, specific gravity and chip color of potato clones harvested 108 days after planting at the NCSU VGJREC/NCDA TRS, Plymouth, Washington Co., NC - 2008. Size Distribution by Class1 Chip Color3 Total Yield Marketable Yield (% of total yield) 1 7/8 2 1/2 Specific 24 to 5 to Clone cwt/A cwt/A % Atl. 1's 2's 3's 4's 5's Culls to 4" to 4" Gravity2 48 hrs 7 days AF2291-10 AF2574-1 AF2916-1 Atlantic B1992-106 B2452-3 B2485-2 Beacon Chipper BNC41-13 BNC48-1 Dakota Diamond Katahdin Kennebec NY138 NY139 (NYY28-9) NY140 (NYY36-4) NY141 (NYY41-67) NYB38-37 Snowden Superior Yukon Gold 123 173 95 176 128 113 78 143 139 97 227 114 137 120 124 142 155 106 193 132 98 115 115 92 172 123 104 75 138 138 93 217 110 121 114 113 136 143 104 191 128 86 70 72 55 100 77 58 45 83 84 59 135 63 67 69 70 76 89 65 116 77 51 13 6 29 7 10 13 15 9 46 30 4 6 4 9 6 7 5 16 15 8 9 41 26 64 36 59 42 63 40 51 61 28 56 40 57 47 46 32 58 64 56 46 36 35 4 54 27 32 17 46 1 5 60 34 41 29 38 40 55 25 20 33 33 2 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 5 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 34 4 3 4 10 5 4 1 4 4 4 13 5 9 5 7 2 1 3 12 80 61 68 91 86 78 81 87 53 66 92 90 83 86 85 88 88 82 84 89 79 39 35 4 55 27 36 17 46 1 5 64 34 43 29 38 42 57 25 20 34 33 1.075 1.058 1.069 1.074 1.077 1.070 1.075 1.071 1.071 1.081 1.067 1.060 1.062 1.064 1.067 1.065 1.063 1.066 1.071 1.066 1.067 1 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 1 3 3 2 3 3 2 2 2 3 3 2 4 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 3 2 3 3 Grand Mean 134 125 CV(%) 18.6 20.5 LSD(K=100) 33.7 35.0 1 Size classes: 1s < 1 7/8; 2s > 1 7/8 to 2 1/2; 3s > 2 1/2 to 3 1/4; 4s > 3 1/4 to 4; 5s > 4 Culls = all defective potatoes. 2 Determined by weight in air/water method. 3 Chip Color Ratings conducted by the NCSU Potato Breeding Program at the TRS/VGJREC: 1 = no defects, exceptionally bright; 2 = excellent, bright; 3 = good, light or golden; 4 = dark defects, marginal; 5 = not acceptable. NE1031 Report North Carolina Page 9 North Carolina Table 2. Plant vine type, disease and air pollution scores, maturity at ca. 3 weeks prior to harvest, and external and internal tuber attributes of potato clones harvested 108 days after planting at the NCSU VGJREC/NCDA TRS, Plymouth, Washington Co., NC - 2008. Plant Data1 TYPE DIS POLL MAT 9 9 5 6 6 5 6 6 6 5 6 5 9 8 8 8 9 5 9 6 9 8 9 8 9 8 9 8 9 8 8 8 9 9 9 9 9 8 8 9 9 9 8 8 7 8 7 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 7 4 5 6 4 4 6 4 4 8 5 9 6 7 7 5 4 7 4 5 Tuber Data1 CLR TXT TCX TSS SHP EYE SIZE DIS APP 6 6 9 6 6 6 6 6 5 6 8 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 7 7 6 7 5 5 6 7 5 5 5 7 7 7 7 6 8 7 7 5 6 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 7 8 6 6 5 5 7 7 6 6 7 7 5 7 7 6 7 6 5 7 6 6 7 7 5 7 7 7 6 7 5 7 6 7 7 3 3 2 2 3 3 2 4 2 1 2 4 5 3 2 5 5 1 2 3 4 7 8 8 6 8 8 8 7 8 7 6 7 8 7 8 8 8 6 5 7 8 6 7 3 7 5 7 4 6 2 5 7 6 8 5 6 6 7 5 4 5 5 6 8 7 7 8 8 8 7 8 8 8 8 8 8 7 8 8 8 8 7 6 5 2 5 6 7 5 5 7 4 5 5 5 4 7 6 7 7 6 5 5 6 % Internal Defects2 HN HNR HH VR BC SR 0 0 0 35 0 0 0 0 0 0 2.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 9 9 7 9 9 9 9 9 9 7 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Clone Comments3 MS,SR,SS,HS,SG,RZ GC,MS,SS,RZ,SG RZ,SR,GC,MS 14HN(1-5,3-6,4-7,6-8),SR,FS AF2291-10 AF2574-1 AF2916-1 Atlantic B1992-106 B2452-3 B2485-2 Beacon Chipper BNC41-13 BNC48-1 Dakota Diamond Katahdin Kennebec NY138 NY139 (NYY28-9) NY140 (NYY36-4) NY141 (NYY41-67) NYB38-37 Snowden Superior Yukon Gold 1 2 SR,SG,CS,SS CS,FS,SR,MS MS,SC,SR,FS SR,FS,SS SR,SZ,STST,RZ SR,FS,MS 1HN(1-7),SR,FS,HS,SS,SG,RZ SR,SS MS,SR,SS,SG SR,SS,MS,FS SR,FS,SS SR,MS,SS SS,SR,MS,SG,RZ SR,SS,STST SS,SR CS,SR,MS,RZ GC,FS,SR NE1031 Standard Potato Rating Scores HN=heat necrosis; HNR=average heat necrosis rating (Rating Scale: 1= very severe to 9 = absent); HH=hollow heart; VR=vascular ring discoloration; BC=brown center 3 Comment codes: AC=air cracks; BR=bruise; BS=black scurf; CPB=colorado potato beetle; CS=common scab; DAE=deep apical eyes; DSE=deep stolen end; EB=early blight; ECB= European corn borer; EL= enlarged lenticels; FS=fusarium wilt; GC=growth cracks; HI= herbicide injury; HS=heat sprouts; IL=infected lenticels; LB=late blight; LHD=leaf hopper damage; MS=mishaped tubers; PE=pink eye; PR=pink rot; PLRV=potato leaf roll virus; PTS=very pointed tubers; PS=powdery scab; PVA, PVX, PVY=potato viruses A, X, Y; RZ=Rhizoctonia; SC=star cracking; SEB=stem end browning; SG=secondary growth; SIS=silver scurf; SKN=skins; SS=sunscald; SR=soft rot; STST=sticky stolens; VW=Verticillium wilt; WSTD=weak stand; WW=wire worm; YF=yellow flesh Note:^ before code indicates high levels NE1031 Report North Carolina Page 10 North Carolina Table 3. Total and marketable yield, per...

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1 2Numerical Methods of Statistics Errata October 2008 Chapter 2Fix page: 14 line -41330eight should be 1770eightFix page: 20 line Table 2.1Z Format for 3.4e+38 should be 7f7f rather than 7fefFix page: 20 line 1display should read V = ZB
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Common Discrete Probability DistributionsDistribution of rv Y Probability Mass Function Mean E (Y ) Variance V (Y )mgf mY (t )Binomialn pY ( y ) = p y (1 p) n y , y = 0, 1, ., n y 0 &lt; p &lt;1npnp (1 p )( pet + (1 p) nGeometricpY (
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Common Continuous Probability DistributionsDistribution of rv Y Probability Density Function Mean E (Y ) Variance V (Y ) ( 2 1 ) 2 12mgf mY (t )UniformfY ( y ) =1 , 1 &lt; y &lt; 2 2 11 + 22et2 et1 t ( 2 1 )Normal1 1 exp[( 2 )( y
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The Geometric Distribution: A discrete distributionIn independent trials, only two outcomes are possible: success and failure. For every trial, the probability of success is p (0,1). The trial on which the first success occurs is a random variable
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Top Ten List of Things to Know to Pass Introductory Statistics10. Good results cannot be coaxed from bad data by doing more calculations. 9. A sample selected so that each unit in the population has an equal chance of being in the sample is not nec
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N.C. State - MBIO - 20072008
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Genotyping, Orientalis-like Yersinia pestis, and Plague PandemicsM. Drancourt, et al. 2004. Emerging Infectious Diseases. 10(9):1585-1592Plague Village Eyam, England 1665-1666Boundary stone outside Eyam Site of George Viccars Church Street cotta
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Genotyping, Orientalis-like Yersinia pestis, and Plague PandemicsMichel Drancourt,* Vronique Roux,* La Vu Dang,* Lam Tran-Hung,* Dominique Castex, Viviane Chenal-Francisque, Hiroyuki Ogata, Pierre-Edouard Fournier,* Eric Crubzy, and Didier Raoult*
N.C. State - MBIO - 20072008
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Evidence for Karyogamy and Exchange of Genetic MaterialMarianne K. Poxleitner, et al.Presenter: Justin BradshawWhat do you see?What the public seesGiardiasis Diarrheal illness ~20,000 reported cases annually (CDC, 2003-2005) 2,000,000 est
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Evidence for Karyogamy and Exchange of Genetic Material in the Binucleate Intestinal Parasite Giardia intestinalis Marianne K. Poxleitner, et al. Science 319, 1530 (2008); DOI: 10.1126/science.1153752 The following resources related to this article a
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Bacterial Population Dynamics in Dairy Waste during Aerobic and Anaerobic Treatment and Subsequent StorageMcGarvey, et al. AEM, Vol. 73, No. 1 pp 193-202Why Dairy Waste (or Why ANY waste for that matter) The waste streams produced by livestock af
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APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY, Jan. 2007, p. 193202 0099-2240/07/$08.00 0 doi:10.1128/AEM.01422-06 Copyright 2007, American Society for Microbiology. All Rights Reserved.Vol. 73, No. 1Bacterial Population Dynamics in Dairy Waste during
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Inhibitory Activity of Thai condiments on pandemic strain of Vibrio parahaemolyticusVaraporn Vuddhakul, Phuangthip Bhoopong, Fadeeya Hayeebilan, Sanan Subhadhurasakul Food Microbiology 24 (2007) 413-418Vibrio parahaemolyticus Gram-negative Hal
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ARTICLE IN PRESSFOOD MICROBIOLOGYFood Microbiology 24 (2007) 413418 www.elsevier.com/locate/fmInhibitory activity of Thai condiments on pandemic strain of Vibrio parahaemolyticusVaraporn Vuddhakula, Phuangthip Bhooponga, Fadeeya Hayeebilana, San
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A Common Mechanism of Cellular Death Induced by Bactericidal AntibioticsMichael A. Kohanski, Daniel J. Dwyer, Boris Hayete, Carolyn A. Lawrence, and James J. Collins Boston University, Boston, MACell. 2007 Sept 7;130( 5): 797-810Two Anti-Microbi
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A Common Mechanism of Cellular Death Induced by Bactericidal AntibioticsMichael A. Kohanski,1,2,5,6 Daniel J. Dwyer,1,3,6 Boris Hayete,1,4 Carolyn A. Lawrence,1,2 and James J. Collins1,2,3,4,*Center for BioDynamics and Center for Advanced Biotechno
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N.C. State - MBIO - 20072008
Occurrence and distribution of Vibrio cholerae in the coastal environment of PeruAna I. Gil, Valrie R. Louis, Irma N. G. Rivera, Erin Lipp, Anwar Huq, Claudio F. Lanata, David N. Taylor, Estelle Russek-Cohen, Nipa Choopun, R. Bradley Sack, Rita R.
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Blackwell Science, LtdOxford, UKEMIEnvironmental Microbiology1462-2912Society for Applied Microbiology and Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 20046 7699706Original ArticleVibrio cholerae in Peruvian watersA. I. Gil et al.Environmental Microbiology (2004) 6(
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Timothy K. Lu, and James J. CollinsBoston University: Applied BioDynamics Laboratory, Department of Biomedical EngineeringPNAS | July 3, 2007 | vol. 104 | no. 27 | 11197-11202Dispersing biofilms with engineered enzymatic bacteriophageMB Journal
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Dispersing biofilms with engineered enzymatic bacteriophageTimothy K. Lu* and James J. Collins*HarvardMIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology, 77 Massachusetts Avenue, Room E25519, Cambridge, MA 02139; and Center for BioDynamics and Departme
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Jan 14 Jim Brown Jan 28 YouwenPan Feb 11 DilanWeerakoon Feb 25 RebeccaWeingarten Mar 10 JaeLee Mar 24 DrewDevine Apr 7 JustinBradshaw Apr 21 opendatewww.mbio.ncsu.edu/MJCIf you are a speaker.Give me the info on the paper youve chosen AT LEAST on