Vol 111 (1998)

Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society

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Front Cover
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Table of Contents
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Front Matter
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Ornamental

Out Of Africa . . . "New African" Plants With Ornamental Potential
John L. Griffis, Jr.
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Seed Source Affects Performance of Six Wildflower Species
Jeffrey G. Norcini, James H. Aldrich, Lawrence A. Halsey, John G. Lilly
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4 - 9
Influence of a Controlled-release Fertilizer on Flowering of New Guinea Impatiens 'Anaea'
Theodora M. Frohne, Kimberly A. Klock-Moore
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Prevention of Leaf Senescence in Petunia Via Genetic Transformation With SAG-IPT
Christopher Dervinis, David G. Clark, James E. Barrett, Terrill A. Nell, Harry J. Klee
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Extending the Natural Flowering Cycle of Spathiphyllum Through Selection
Richard J. Henny
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Effect of Paclobutrazol Drenches on Height of Nine Poinsettia Cultivars
Gary J. Wilfret, Michelle L. Bell
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Growth of Spathiphyllum 'Petite' in Substrates Inoculated with Mycorrhizae
Kimberly A. Klock-Moore, Susan Wagner
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Phytotoxicity of Multiple Applications of Preemergence Herbicides to Liriope
James P. Gilreath, Geraldine J. Cashion, Michelle L. Bell
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Tolerance of Four Container-grown Native Wildflower Species to Selected Herbicides
J. H. Aldrich, J. L. Roddenberry, J. G. Norcini
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Chemical Weed Control in Gladiolus
James P. Gilreath, Michelle L. Bell
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29 - 31
Survey of Caladium Tuber Producers for Acreage of Cultivars Grown
Michelle L. Bell, Gary J. Wilfret, David A. DeVoll
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Growth Rates are Reduced for Field-grown Quercus virginiana Mill. with Increasing Nitrogen Fertilization
Richard C. Beeson, Jr.
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Seasonal Occurrence of Florida Red Scale, Chrysomphalus aonidum (L.), and Two-Spotted Spider Mite, Tetranychus urticae Koch, in Manatee County
Frank M. Melton, Sylvia A. Shives
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Multipot Box and Funneled Containers in Container Nursery Production
Dorota Z. Haman, Suat Irmak, Thomas H. Yeager, Richard C. Beeson, Jr., Gary W. Knox
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Relative Incidences of CymMV, ORSV, and CymRSV in Commercial, Private, and Public Orchid Collections
Brian J. Siegmann, Mark S. Elliott, Francis W. Zettler
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A Simple Leaf-assay Method for Evaluating Aglaonema Sensitivity to Chilling Temperatures
Jianun Chen, Richard W. Henley, Richard J. Henny, Russell D. Caldwell, Cynthia A. Robinson
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Vegetable

PCR Evaluation of Fourteen Bean Golden Mosaic Virus (BGMV) Resistant Snap Bean Germplasm Line for the Presence of the Virus
R. T. McMillan, Jr., M. J. Davis, H. J. McLaughlin, J. R. Stavely
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Field Performance of a New Tapper Weevil Pheromone Formulation
Harry Bottenberg, Bill Lingren
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The Effect of SoilGard (Gliocladium virens) as a Biological Amendment for the Control of Soilborne Diseases on Tomato and Pepper Transplant Plugs and Subsequent Field Performance
C. S. Vavrina, P. D. Roberts
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Utility of Spinosad for Insect Control in Florida Vegetables
J. E. Eger, Jr., L. B. Lindenberg
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Optimized Irrigation Schedule to Conserve Water and Reduce Nutrient Leaching for Tomatoes Grown on a Calcareous Gravelly Soil
Yuncong Li, Renuka Rao, Herbert Bryan, Teresa Olczyk
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Growing 'Galia' Muskmelons Using Walk-in Tunnels and a Soilless Culture System in Florida and the Economic Feasibility of Using These Systems
Eric A. Waldo, George J. Hochmuth, Daniel J. Cantliffe, Steven A. Sargent
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Evaluation of Several Cultivars of Cluster Tomatoes for Florida Hydroponic Greenhouse Growers
Robert C. Hochmuth, Lei Lani Leon, George J. Hochmuth
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Response of Tomatoes to Microirrigation Rates, Compost Placement and Rates, and N and K Sources
A. A. Csizinszky, C. D. Stanley
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Transition to a Biorational Farm Management System Using Soil Solarization in a Commercial Pepper Operation
T. Winsberg, D. O. Chellemi, M. Mellinger, K. D. Shuler
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Potential Use of Beauveria Bassiana for Biological Control of Thrips in Peppers
Galen Frantz, H. Charles Mellinger
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Measuring Integrated Pest Management Adoption in South Florida Vegetable Crops
Galen Frantz, H. Charles Mellinger
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Documenting IPM Implementation in Florida
Michael J. Aerts, Dudley T. Smith
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IPM in Florida: Perspectives of the Present and Future from the University of Florida-IFAS IPM Director
Russell F. Mizell III
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Propagation Site Latitude Influences Initial Carbohydrate Concentration And Partitioning, Growth, and Fruiting of 'Sweet Charlie' Strawberry (Fragaria x Ananassa Duch.) Transplants Grown in Florida
Daniel S. Kirschbaum, Daniel J. Cantliffe, Rebecca L. Darnell, Eric B. Bish, Craig K. Chandler
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Germination of Primed Lettuce Seeds After Storage
Warley M. Nascimento, D. J. Cantliffe
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Sweet Corn and Carrot Sugar and Starch Content When Grown in Histosols and Entisols
J. M. White, J. K. Brecht
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J. W. Scott, Wayne Hawkins
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Robert Heisey, Harry Klee, Elizabeth A. Baldwin
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Citrus

ROKA, FRITZ M.
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TERRY, ROBERT R.
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WHITNEY, JODIE D.
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MURARO, RONALD P.
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KENDER, W. J.
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BLAZQUEZ, C. H., PH.D.
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ALVA, A. K.
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BOWMAN, KIM D.
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FERGUSON, J. J.
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FERGUSON, J. J.
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WEBER, DAVID W.
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TIGNOR, MILTON E.
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CROCKER, TIM
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ALVA, A. K.
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BOMAN, BRIAN J.
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LERIN, EDUARDO
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ROE, ERIC A.
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MARTSOLF, J. DAVID
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WHITNEY, J. D.
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ROGERS, STEVEN
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SALYANI, MASOUD
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BULLOCK, R. C.
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WUTSCHER, HEINZ K.
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Garden And Landscape

The Environmental Center at the St. Johns County Cooperative Extension Service
Loretta B. Hodyss
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Gingers - A Rising Star in Florida Gardens
Ellen West Demmy, Derek Burch
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Field Diagnosis of Diseases in Landscape Palms
Joe Garofalo
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Peaches for Southwest Florida
Robert E. Rouse, Wayne B. Sherman
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Evaluation of Impatiens Cultivars for the Landscape in West-Central Florida
T. K. Howe
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Uncommon Cycads Best Suited for the Florida Landscape
Tom Broome
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Now You See Them, Now You Don't
Ellen West Demmy, Derek Burch
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Southern Blight (Sclerotium rolfsii): A New Disease of Cast Iron Plant
R. T. McMillan, Jr., R. L. Vande Hei, W. R. Graves
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Teaching Strategies for Residential Landscape Design
T. MacCubbin, T. Wichman
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The Importance of Home Landscapes in the Fight against Economically Important Exotic Agricultural Pests
Mark Shelby
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Opportunities for Experience-based Learning: Development of an Agro-Ecology Interpretive Trail at the Southwest Florida Research and Education Center
Martin B. Main, Edgar D. Holcomb, Jr., Dwight E. Rockers, Carolyn H. Best
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Landscape Assistance Project
Peggy Dessaint
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Environmental Landscape Management (ELM)
Billie Lofland
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Community Gardening in Florida
James M. Stephens
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Production, Fruit Quality, Nutritional Value, and Consumer Preference of Spaghetti Squash
Audrey H. Beany, Peter J. Stofella, David Picha
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Greenhouse Tomatoes in Low-Tech Non-Circulating Water Culture
R. V. Tyson, K. W. King, J. M. White, J. A. Gargiulo
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1997-1998 Bermudagrass Overseed Trials
S. F. Anderson, A. E. Dudeck
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Dealing with Wildfires in Florida's Urban-Wildland Interface
Chuck Lippi, Mike Kuypers
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Ted Stevens, Richard K. Schoellhorn, Tom Broome
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Handling & Processing

Development and Testing of Toppings to Enhance Eating Quality of Fresh-cut Grapefruit Sections
S. Pao, M. A. Ismail, A. A. Rapett
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Controlled Atmosphere Storage Can Extend Postharvest Quality of Lychee Fruit (cv. 'Mauritius'), Pornchai Pornchaloempong
Steven A. Sargent, Abbie J. Fox
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Acidic Fruit Coatings for Maintenance of Color and Decay Prevention on Lychees Postharvest
Raymond G. McGuire, Elizabeth A. Baldwin
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Effect of Coating on Mango (Mangifem indica L.) Flavor
E. A. Baldwin, J. K. Burns, W. Kazokas, J. K. Brecht
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Wax Microemulsion Formulations Used as Fruit Coatings
Robert D. Hagenmaier
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Progress on Blossom End Clearing in Grapefruit
Ed Echeverria, Jacqueline Burns, William Miller
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Citrus Ploidy Level Influence on the Flavonoid Composition in Juice and Leaf Tissue in Grapefruit Cultivars
Brent Tisserat, Mark Berhow
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A Discussion of in Vitro Contamination Control of Explants from Greenhouse and Field Grown Trees
Michael G. Bausher, Randall P. Niedz
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Evaluation of Tebuconazole for Control of Postharvest Diseases of Florida Citrus
G. E. Brown, M. Chambers
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Attempts to Extend the Market Availability of 'Marsh' Grapefruit with Storage at 2-3°C
G. E. Brown, P. D. Petracek, M. Chambers, H. Dou, S. Pao
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Generalized Distribution Models to Categorize Grade Levels of Florida Citrus
W. M. Miller, G. P. Drouillard
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Processing Fresh Citrus Juice
R. M. Goodrich
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Monitoring Changes In Citrus Juice Quality During Processing
P. E. Shaw, B. S. Buslig, K. L. Goodner, M. G. Moshonas
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Effects of UV-B Irradiance on Storability and Quality of Blackberry
Fouad M. Basiouny
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Predicting Flavor Potential for Green-harvested Tomato Fruit
Fernando Maul, Steven A. Sargent, Donald J. Huber, Elizabeth A. Baldwin, Charles A. Sims
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Consumer Preferences for 'Fuyu' Persimmons Grown in North-central Florida
Steven A. Sargent, Charles A. Sims, Abbie J. Fox
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The Kromes, Pioneers in the Topical Fruit Industry of Florida
Carl W. Campbell, Robert J. Knight, Jr.
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Evaluation of New Banana Germplasm in South Florida
Randy C. Ploetz, Jody L. Haynes, Aime Vazquez, David Benscher
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Cultivar Tree Growth and Fruit Quality Evaluation of Young Carambola (Averrhoa carambola L.) Trees
Jonathan H. Crane, Robert J. Knight, Jr., Osvany Rodriguez, Laurel C. Crane
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Newjackfruit Cultivars for Commercial and Home Garden Use in Florida
Richard J. Campbell, Sherine F. El-Sawa
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Performance of Autumn-ripening Red Raspberries in South Florida
Robert J. Knight, Jr., Jonathan H. Crane, Bruce A. Schaffer, Herbert H. Bryan, Waldemar Klassen, Carlos F. Balerdi
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Farmers Markets as Outlets for Florida Produce
Anita S. Neal, James F. Cummings
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Organic Farming in Florida
Anita S. Neal, John W. Hebb, Jr.
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Phenology, Shoot Development, and Floral Initiation of Carambola (Averrhoa carambola L. cv. Arkin) in a Subtropical Environment
Roberto Nunez-Elisea, Jonathan H. Crane
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Horticultural Methods for Reducing Root Restrictions in Nursery and Field-Planted Jackfruit
Jeff Wasielewski, Richard J. Campbell
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General Observations on Hybridizing Annona Species
Gary E. Zill, Har Mahdeem
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Variation in Graft Compatibility of Annona glabra as a Rootstock
Gary E. Zill, Har Mahdeem
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Impact of Flooding on Annona Species
Roberto Nunez-Elisea, Bruce Schaffer, Jonathan H. Crane, Angel M. Colls
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Phenology of Flowering Among Different Mango Cultivars
R. J. Schnell, R. J. Knight, Jr.
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Offshore Diseases that Threaten Tropical and Subtropical Fruit production: What is on the Horizon for Florida Producers?
Randy C. Ploetz
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Current and Potential Arthropod Pests Threatening Tropical Fruit Crops in Florida
Jorge E. Pena
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Monitoring, Damage, Natural Enemies and Control of Avocado Lace Bug, Pseudacysta perseae (Hemiptera: Tingidae)
J. E. Pena, S. Sundhari, A. Hunsberger, R. Duncan, B. Schaffer
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Biodynamics of Anthonomus viacromalus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), a Weevil Pest of Barbados Cherry in Florida
Adrian G. B. Hunsberger, Jorge E. Pena, Robin M. Giblin-Davis, Gerhard Gries, Regine Gries
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Recent Minor Use Pesticide Registration Field Trials for Tropical Fruit Crops in Florida
Jonathan H. Crane, Robert E. Sanford, Charles W. Meister
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Evaluation of Two Soilless Growing Media and Three Fertilizer Programs in Outdoor Bag Culture for Strawberry in North Florida
Robert Hochmuth, Lei Lani Leon, Tim Crocker, David Dinkins, George Hochmuth
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The Subtropical Kiwi Germplasm in China
Z. Ren, J. Lu, O. Lamikanra
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Back Matter

Student Abstracts
 
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By Laws
 
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Deceased Members
 
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Refereed Papers
 
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Manuscript Preparation
 
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Membership List
 
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Index
 
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Back Cover
 
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