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Madhumita Dash, Lisa K. Johnson, and Anish Malladi

.C. Gunaseelan, K. Dayatilake, G.A. Diak, R. Breen, K.C. Tustin, D.S. Costes, E. Chagne, D. Schaffer, R.J. David, K.M. 2012 A genomics approach to understanding the role of auxin in apple ( Malus × domestica ) fruit size control BMC Plant Biol. 12 7 Kolaric, J

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Michel R. Wiman, Elizabeth M. Kirby, David M. Granatstein, and Thomas P. Sullivan

management systems Washington Agr. Expt. Sta., Pullman, Sci. Paper 1710 Sánchez, E.E. Giayetto, A. Cichón, L. Fernández, D. Aruani, M.C. Curetti, M. 2007 Cover crops influence soil properties and tree performance in an organic apple ( Malus domestica Borkh

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Ying Li, Xiao-Li Hu, Robert N. Trigiano, Herbert Aldwinckle, and Zong-Ming (Max) Cheng

Apple ( Malus × domestica Borkh.) is one of the most important temperate fruit trees. Improving fruit quality and enhancing the ability to resist multiple diseases remain the primary goals in apple breeding programs worldwide ( Aldwinckle et al

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Yin Xu, Yizhou Ma, Nicholas P. Howard, Changbin Chen, Cindy B.S. Tong, Gail Celio, Jennifer R. DeEll, and Renae E. Moran

fruit surface of three apple cultivars J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 97 351 355 Homutová, I. Blažek, J. 2006 Differences in fruit skin thickness between selected apple ( Malus domestica Borkh.) cultivars assessed by histological and sensory methods Hort. Sci

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Madhumita Dash, Lisa Klima Johnson, and Anish Malladi

apple ( Malus × domestica Borkh.) BMC Plant Biol. 12 98 Denne, P. 1960 The growth of apple fruitlet and the effect of early thinning on fruit development Ann. Bot. (Lond.) 24 397 406 Devoghalaere, F. Doucen, T. Guitton, B. Keeling, J. Payne, W. Ling

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Keith Yoder, Rongcai Yuan, Leon Combs, Ross Byers, Jim McFerson, and Tory Schmidt

Chemical thinning is one of the most effective measures to improve apple ( Malus domestica Borkh.) fruit size, color and quality at harvest, increase return bloom the next year, reduce biennial bearing, and increase the profitability of

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Gregory M. Peck, Candace N. DeLong, Leon D. Combs, and Keith S. Yoder

There is a need to conduct research specifically for organic apple ( Malus ×domestica ) production in the mid-Atlantic region (including the states of Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia), so

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Jingyi Lv, Yonghong Ge, Canying Li, Mengyuan Zhang, and Jianrong Li

. Costa, G. Velasco, R. Costa, F. 2013 A multidisciplinary approach providing new insight into fruit flesh browning physiology in apple ( Malus × domestica Borkh.) PLoS One 8 e78004 Katsir, L. Chung, H.S. Koo, A.J.K. Howe, G.A. 2008 Jasmonate signaling

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Lauren Fessler, Amy Fulcher, Dave Lockwood, Wesley Wright, and Heping Zhu

·m −3 ) were selected that would test a reasonable range and could potentially identify lower rates that would still meet spray application guidelines. Uniform Malus domestica ‘Golden Delicious’ apple trees on M-26 full-dwarfing rootstock planted in

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Rachel Leisso, Bridgid Jarrett, Katrina Mendrey, and Zachariah Miller

Codling moth ( Cydia pomonella ) is a major insect pest of apple ( Malus domestica ) almost everywhere the fruit is grown. In Montana, frass-filled exit holes left by codling moth larva (strikes) were apparent on more than 50% of apple fruit in