Vol 72 (1959)

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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Citrus

Budwood Importation—Its Dangers and its Benefits
L. C. Knorr
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Effects of Nitrogen and Potassium Fertilization on Yield and Fruit Quality of Valencia Oranges on Calcareous Soils
Herman J. Reitz, Robert C. J. Koo
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Current Studies on the Efficiency of Equipment for the Application of Pesticides to Citrus Trees in Florida
J. R. King, P. J. Jutras, W. L. Thompson
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16 - 20
Chemical Control of Perennial Grasses in Citrus Groves
Dale W. Kretchman
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21 - 28
Leaf Drop Following Spray Applications on Citrus
W. L. Thompson
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Effects of Lead Arsenate Sprays on Deadwood, Yield, Fruit Size, and Drop of Marsh Grapefruit
E. J. Deszyck, S. V. Ting
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Soil Application of Manganese for Citrus
C. D. Leonard, Ivan Stewart
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Present Status of Heat Treatment of Citrus Viruses
Theodore J. Grant, J. Walter Jones, Gerald C. Norman
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The Use of Nucellar Seedlings in Citrus
T. Ralph Robinson
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Robinson, Osceola and Lee, New Early-Maturing Tangerine Hybrids
Philip C. Reece, Frank E. Gardner
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The Use of Tedion Against Citrus Red Mite and Texas Citrus Mite
Roger B. Johnson
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51 - 55
Greasy Spot in Florida - Its Control and Apparent Cause
Mortimer Cohen
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56 - 60
Cold Hardiness in Citrus as Related to Dormancy
William C. Cooper
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61 - 65
Breeding Citrus for Cold Hardiness
J. R. Furr, W. W. Armstrong
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66 - 70
Pot Studies on the Effect of Superphosphates on the Growth of Citrus Seedlings
G. K. Rasmussen, P. F. Smith
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Additional Observations on Florida Citrus Following the 1957-58 Freezes
Jack T. McCown
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Relative Wilting of Citrus Trees on Various Rootstocks
George E. Horanic, F. E. Gardner
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Some Considerations Regarding Setting Distances
Zach Savage
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Keeping Quality of Marsh Grapefruit After Nitrogen and Potash Fertilization
Paul L. Davis, Paul L. Harding
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Field Trials on the Long-Term Effect of Single Applications of Copper, Zinc, and Manganese on Florida Sandy Citrus Soil
Paul F. Smith, Gordon K. Rasmussen
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87 - 92
The Importance and Early History of the Temple Orange
Paul L. Harding
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93 - 95
Promising Rootstocks that Tolerate the Burrowing Nematode
H. W. Ford, W. A. Feder, P. C. Hutchins
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96 - 101
Relation of Citrus Nursery Tree Size from ¥2 to % inches to Ultimate Size and Production
F. B. Gardner, G. E. Horanic
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102 - 105
Some Effects of Day Length and Temperature on Cold Hardiness of Citrus
G. S. Nijjar, John W. Sites
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106 - 109

Vegetable

Virus Disease Resistance in Peppers
A. A. Cook
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Vapam and VPM Soil Fumigant Must be Applied Properly to be Effective
Donald S. Burgis, A. J. Overman
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Post-Harvest Treatment of Strawberries and Radishes With Cobalt-60 Irradiation
B. D. Thompson
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114 - 122
A Comparison of Quick Tests on Florida Soils
Herman L. Breland
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123 - 130
Watermelon Spacing and Fertilization
L. H. Halsey
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131 - 135
Factors Affecting Secondary Spread of Nonpersistent Aphid-borne Viruses
John N. Simons
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Comparison of an Air Carrier Sprayer and a Boom Type Sprayer for Control of Early Blight on Celery
D. S. Harrison, P. L. Thayer
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Compositional and Organoleptical Differences Between Celery Grown in Florida and California
C. B. Hall
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Effects of Spacing Between Rows and Between Plants on Growth and Yield of Three Celery Varieties
Howard W. Burdine, V. L. Guzman
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145 - 150
Contamination of the Tomato Variety Manalucie During Its First Five Years
Robert E. Stall, James M. Walter
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Mechanization and Quality in Harvesting Florida Vegetables
L. H. Halsey
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Effects of Combining Hydrocarbon Insecticides With Parathion or Diazinon for Leaf Miner Control on Tomatoes
R. M. Baranowski
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Preliminary Work With Systemic Insecticides on Tomatoes
R. M. Baronowski
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A Microbial Pathogen for the Control of Certain Cabbage and Cauliflower Insects
E. G. Kelsheimer
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160 - 162
Ecological and Cultural Factors Affecting Chemical Control of Subterranean Cutworms in the Everglades
William G. Genung
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Phosphatic Insecticides and Parathion-Toxaphene Combinations for the Control of the Green Peach Aphid and the Serpentine Leaf Miner on Potatoes
Emmett D. Harris, Jr.
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167 - 170
Some Aspects of Seasonal Distribution of Rainfall in Florida
Keith Butson
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171 - 176
Head Formation of Cabbage as Affected by Exposure to Low Temperature
D. G.A. Kelbert
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177 - 178
Response of Strawberries to Mulching With Plastic
B. D. Thompson
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179 - 184
Maintaining the Genetic Stability of Vegetable Varieties
Gilbert W. Scott
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185 - 189
Herbicides for Tomatoes and Pole Beans
D. S Burgis
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190 - 193
Chemical Control of Weeds in Potato Fields
E. N. McCubbin
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Mechanical Aids and Equipment For Harvesting Vegetables in Florida
E. S. Holmes
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Verticillium Wilt of Tomato in Dade County, Florida
Robert A. Conover
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Factors Affecting Specific Gravity of Potatoes
Donald L. Myhre
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Use of Combinations of Maneb and Dyrene for Control of Tomato Diseases
Robert A. Conover, Robert E. Stall
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Inheritance of Radial Fruit Cracking in a Tomato Cross
H. W. Young
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Sevin: A Promising New Insecticide for Controlling Vegetable Insects
L. C. Kuitert
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The Neutron Method of Measuring the Moisture Content of Florida Soils
L. C. Hammond
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The Production and Future of Hybrid Vegetables
J. R. Wall
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Processing

Comparison of Characteristics in Commercial Aqueous Extracts of Orange Pulp Produced from Midseason and Late Season Fruit: I. Introduction and Some Characteristics in Aqueous Extracts of Orange Pulp
R. L. Huggart, R. W. Olsen, F. W. Wenzel, R. W. Barron, G. H. Ezell
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Comparison of Characteristics in Commercial Aqueous Extracts of Orange Pulp Produced from Midseason and Late Season Fruit: II. Pectic Substances and Related Characteristics in Aqueous Extracts of Orange Pulp
A. H. Rouse, C. D. Atkins, E. L. Moore
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Comparison of Characteristics in Commercial Aqueous Extracts of Orange Pulp Produced from Midseason and Late Season Fruit: III. Microbiological Characteristics in Aqueous Extracts of Orange Pulp
E. H. Hill, Roger Patrick
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Comparison of Characteristics in Commercial Aqueous Extracts of Orange Pulp Produced from Midseason and Late Season Fruit: IV. The use of Aqueous Extracts of Orange Pulp in the Production of Frozen Orange Concentrate
F. W. Wenzel
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Comparison of Some Characteristics of Commercial Frozen Concentrated Orange Juices Prepared by Florida Processors During Five Citrus Seasons
C. D. Atkins, A. H. Rouse, E. L. Moore, F. W. Wenzel
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Simulated Packing, Shipping and Marketing Experiments with Valencia Oranges
W. Grierson, F. W. Hayward, W. F. Oberbacher
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Pack-out as Affecting Profits of Citrus Packinghouses with Particular Reference to Fruit Color
W. Grierson, M. F. Oberbacher
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254 - 257
Hesperidin in Orange Juice and Peel — Extracts Determined by U. V. Absorption
R. Hendrickson, J. W. Kesterson, G. J. Edwards
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Some Recent Work on Citrus Sections
Gray Singleton
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Should Oranges For Concentrate be Initially Washed Before or After Storage Bins?
D. I. Murdock, Charles H. Brokaw, J. Folinazzo
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The Taste of Citrus JuiceA 2, Citrate Salts and pH
R. W. Kilburn, T. T. Davis
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271 - 275
Measurement of Color Changes in Green Beans
A. L. Shewfelt, R. A. Dennison
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276 - 279
Prevention of the Butt Discoloration of Pre-Packaged Celery
C. B. Hall
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280 - 283
Observations on Celery Flavors
C. B. Hall
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Materials Balances in the Concentration of Orange Juice
W. C. Scott, D. A. Morgan
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A Study of the Degrees Brix and Brix-Acid Ratios of Tangerines Utilized by Florida Citrus Processors for the Seasons 1953-54 Through 1956-57 and 1958-59
G. F. Westbrook, E. C. Stenstrom
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290 - 297
Dependable Vegetable Supplies for Canning in Florida
Jesse M. Huffington
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298 - 300

Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

Training Available in Florida in Tropical and Subtropical Horticulture
H. S. Wolfe
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The Case foi4 Topworking Avocados to Standard Varieties
William H. Krome
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Principles Applicable for Spraying Subtropical Fruit Plants
D. O. Wolfenbarger
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305 - 307
Breeding Blueberries for the Florida Climate
R. H. Sharpe, G. M. Darrow
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308 - 310
Boron Deficiency and Alternate Bearing in Avocados
Roy W. Harkness
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311 - 316
Effect of Placement of Fertilizer and Lime on Pecan Seedlings
W. K. Robertson, Nathan Gammon, Jr., G. C. Horn
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Conditions Affecting Commercial Mango Production in Martin County
David Sturrock
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Florida and the Macadamia Nut
Ken Woodburn
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Notes on Lychee Panicle Development
Margaret J. Mustard, S. John Lynch
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324 - 326
Chromosome Relations in Blackberries
J. S. Shoemaker, T. T. Sturrock
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327 - 329
Rare Fruit Council Activities 1958-59
William Francis Whitman, Mrs. Otto L. Churney
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330 - 336
Chilling Injury in Pollock Avocados During Cold Storage
Carl W. Campbell, Thurman T. Hatton, Jr.
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Effects of Certain Plant Growth Regulators upon Cold Hardiness of Lychees
M. H. Gaskins
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Investigation on Growth Substances in Peach Buds
R. H. Biggs
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The Effects of Differential Levels of Nitrogen, Potassium and Magnesium on the Growth of Lychees
Jasper N. Joiner
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Evaluation of Indices for Florida Avocado Maturity
Thurman T. Hatton, Jr., Carl W. Campbell
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Observations on Lychees Grown in Pot Culture
Seymour Goldweber
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Storage Behavior of Fresh Brewster and Bengal Lychees
Carl W. Campbell
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The Juice Content of Tahiti Limes Produced on Various Rootstocks
Francis B. Lincoln
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Ornamental

Pre and Post-emergence Herbicides for Gladiolus
D. S. Burgis
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362 - 363
Plastic Films for Temporary Greenhouses in Florida
E. W. McElwee, T. J. Sheehan
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Vegetative Propagation of Feijoa sellowiana and Rhodomyrtus tomentosa as Affected by Various Combinations of 3-Indolebutyric Acid, Arginine, Sucrose and Thiamine
John B. Taylor, Jasper N. Joiner
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Effect of Various Pots and Rooting Methods on the Growth of Philodendron oxycardium and Peperomia floridiana aurea
Jake T. Gruis, Jasper N. Joiner
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Nitrogen and Light Intensity Requirements of Some Commercially Grown Foliage Plants
James L. Taylor, Jasper N. Joiner, Ralph D. Dickey
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Rooting and Bud Growth Responses of Philodendron oxycardium to Various Levels of 3-Indolebutyric Acid, Napthaleneacetic Acid and Sucrose
Jasper N. Joiner, Ronald E. Wentzel
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Effect of Timing of Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium Applications on Growth and Flowering of Pot-Grown Chrysanthemum morifolium, Variety Humdinger
Jasper N. Joiner, J. L. Taylor
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The Comber Soil Acidity Test for Soluble Iron in Azalea Soils
Seton N. Edson, John V. Watkins
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Symptoms of Nutritional Disorders of Chrysanthemums and Gladiolus
S. S. Woltz
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Control of Leaf and Flower Diseases of Florist's Chiysanthemums
Lome A. McFadden
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The Effects of Gamma Radiation on Chrysanthemum and Gladiolus
T. T. Sheehan, Y. Sagawa
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388 - 391
Bacterial Blight of Poinsettia
Lome A. McFadden
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Effectiveness of a New Insecticide for Scale Insect Control
L. C. Kuitert
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Chlorotic Ringspot of Vanda Orchid Caused by Cymbidium Mosaic Virus
M. K. Corbett
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Nematode Control on Ornamental Plants with Soil Fumigants
H. N. Miller
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Chemical Studies on the Roots and Leaves of Coconut Palms Affected by Lethal Yellowing
John G. A. Fiskell, A. P. Martinez, L. G. van Weerdt
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Production of Tree Roses on Rosa fortuneana Stock
S. E. McFadden, Jr.
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Inoculation Studies With Corynebacterium Poinsettiae
Don B. Creager
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Results of a Survey Designed to Determine the Etiology of "Lethal Yellowing" of Cocos Nucifera L.
L. G. van Weerdt, A. P. Martinez, R. P. Esser
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The Effects of Varying levels of Nitrogen and Potassium on Growth and Yield of Chrysanthemum morifolium. Variety "Bluechip"
T. C. Smith, J. N. Joiner
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Effects of Kinds of Pots and Frequencies of Watering on Snapdragons, Petunias and Calendulas from Seedling Stage to Maturity
Jasper N. Joiner
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Control of Geotropic Bending in Snapdragon and Gladiolus Inflorescences
Howard J. Teas, Thomas J. Sheehan, Theodore W. Holmsen
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Back Matter

Necrology
 
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List of Members
 
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Index
 
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