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Yong Zhang, Chunxia Fu, Yujing Yan, Yan’an Wang, Ming Li, Meixiang Chen, Jianping Qian, Xinting Yang, and Shuhan Cheng

(12–13 mg·kg −1 dry weight of leaves), these trees exhibited no Zn deficiency ( Swietlik, 2002a ). Furthermore, the orchards grown on Zn-amended fields produce fruit of varying quality as a consequence of differences in the Zn nutrition status

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Han Xu, Cuihua Bai, Wei Wang, Changmin Zhou, Luwei Zhu, and Lixian Yao

). Foliar nutrient diagnosis has been developed and used in crops for decades, targeting to assess plant nutritional status and adjust nutrient management to promote crop productivity ( Amundson and Koehler, 1987 ; Rubio-Covarrubias et al., 2009 ). Foliar

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Karla Gabrielle Dutra Pinto, Sônia Maria Figueiredo Albertino, Bruna Nogueira Leite, Daniel Oscar Pereira Soares, Francisco Martins de Castro, Laís Alves da Gama, Débora Clivati, and André Luiz Atroch

nutrition and support ( Moreira et al., 2013 ). The accumulation of dry matter in the roots also increased with the addition of IBA; however, the nutritional status of the stock plant of the cutting also directly influences this variable ( Galindo et al

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Rumana Yeasmin, Stephen P. Bonser, Satoru Motoki, and Eiji Nishihara

related to nutritional status. The results demonstrated that AMF-inoculated plants accumulated more nutrients when compared with the noninoculated plants grown under different heat stress intensity. In this study, C:N ratio in the shoot and root tended to

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Thomas G. Bottoms, Mark P. Bolda, Mark L. Gaskell, and Timothy K. Hartz

nutrient optimum ranges through DRIS analysis HortScience 42 143 146 Hartz, T.K. Miyao, E.M. Valencia, J.G. 1998 DRIS evaluation of the nutritional status of processing tomato HortScience 33 830 832 Hochmuth, G. Albregts, E. 1994 Fertilization of

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Qi Zhou and Juan Carlos Melgar

requirements of mature peach trees and old trees to estimate the tree nutrient balance and nutrient restitution needed for maintaining adequate nutritional status. Because tree size considerably increases with age, different values of DW removal observed in

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Michael W. Smith

Effect of mineral nutritional status on shoot-root partitioning of photoassimilates and cycling of mineral nutrients J. Expt. Bot. 47 1255 1263 McKay, J.W. 1947 Embryology of pecan J. Agr. Res. 74 263 283

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Ockert P.J. Stander, Graham H. Barry, and Paul J.R. Cronjé

norms are used to assess the tree nutritional status, to replace the nutrients that were removed by fruit or lost to the environment in the current season, and to achieve a target fruit load in the following season ( Jones and Embleton, 1969 ). Currently

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R. Paul Schreiner and Carolyn F. Scagel

The use of tissue nutrient tests to understand and diagnose the nutritional status of grapevines dates back to the 1920s work of Lagatu and Maume in France who developed the first recommendations for adequate N, P, and K levels in whole leaves

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Jennifer Bonina-Noseworthy, J. Brent Loy, Joanne Curran-Celentano, Rebecca Sideman, and Dean A. Kopsell

total carotenoid profile are important. There have been few studies on postharvest changes in carotenoid composition (Kon and Shimba, 1988; Zhang et al., 2014 ), but such changes could be important for assessing the nutritional status of winter squash