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Horticultural Performance of Eight American Elderberry Genotypes at Three Missouri Locations.

Thomas AL, Byers PL, Avery JD Jr, Kaps M, Gu S.

Acta Hortic. 2015 Jan 12;1061:237-244.

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Fruit Composition of Elderberry (Sambucus spp.) Genotypes Grown in Oregon and Missouri, USA.

Perkins-Veazie P, Thomas AL, Byers PL, Finn CE.

Acta Hortic. 2015 Jan 12;1061:219-224.

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Occurrence of Polyphenols, Organic Acids, and Sugars among Diverse Elderberry Genotypes Grown in Three Missouri (USA) Locations.

Thomas AL, Byers PL, Gu S, Avery JD Jr, Kaps M, Datta A, Fernando L, Grossi P, Rottinghaus GE.

Acta Hortic. 2015 Jan 12;1061:147-154.

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'Marge': a European Elderberry for North American Producers.

Thomas AL, Byers PL, Avery JD Jr, Kaps M, Gu S, Johnson HY, Millican M.

Acta Hortic. 2015;1061:191-199.

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A comparison of fruit characteristics among diverse elderberry genotypes grown in Missouri and Oregon.

Thomas AL, Perkins-Veazie P, Byers PL, Finn CE, Lee J.

J Berry Res. 2013;3(3):159-168.

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