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Todd C. Einhorn, Debra Laraway, and Janet Turner

canopy volume and trunk cross-sectional area (TCSA) were selected in Mar. 2009 and randomly assigned to one of three crop load treatments in a complete randomized design: (1) control, (2) T1, and (3) T2. With the exception of the control, crop load levels

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Yan-xin Duan, Ying Xu, Ran Wang, and Chun-hui Ma

. Performance of exogenous Ca, B, and P-Ca treatments. Ca, B, P-Ca (Kumiai Chemical Industry Co., Ltd, Tokyo, Japan), or unsprayed control were used in this experiment. Each treatment was randomly allocated to three trees selected by uniformity and size (canopy

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Verónica Raga, Guillermo P. Bernet, Emilio A. Carbonell, and Maria J. Asins

by ≈30% was observed under salinity conditions ( Table 1 ). Similar effects have been reported in grafted citrus crops with reductions in plant height, canopy volume, and trunk diameter ( García-Sánchez et al., 2006 ; Grieve et al., 2007 ). Our

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Jeb S. Fields, James S. Owen Jr., and Holly L. Scoggins

increased compactness indicates more mass per canopy volume and has been linked to increased substrate moisture ( Bayer et al., 2013 ) and reduced drought stress ( van Iersel and Nemali, 2004 ). Moreover, we observed that plants in BC had larger Δcompactness

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Lloyd L. Nackley, Elias Fernandes de Sousa, Bruno J.L. Pitton, Jared Sisneroz, and Lorence R. Oki

canopy volume (PGI), and had greater total leaf area than biweekly plants watered and triweekly watered plants ( P < 0.001). Holm-Sidak pairwise analysis revealed that biweekly were significantly taller ( P = 0.03) and had greater leaf area ( P = 0

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Andrew K. Miles, Malcolm W. Smith, Nga T. Tran, Timothy A. Shuey, Megan M. Dewdney, and André Drenth

origin of Citrus Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 102 369 375 Silva, Jr GJ Scapin, M.S. Silva, F.P. Silva, A.R.P. Behlau, F. Ramos, H.H. 2016 Spray volume and fungicide rates for citrus black spot control based on tree canopy volume Crop Prot. 85 38 45 Smith, M

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

circumferences of individual trees were measured and canopy volumes determined at the beginning of the experiment by measuring tree height, canopy height, and canopy radius in the north, south, east, and west directions of each tree. The canopy volume [ V (cubic

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Jason D. Lattier, Hsuan Chen, and Ryan N. Contreras

. (2009) recorded differences in plant height, leaf size, internode length, canopy volume, pollen diameter, and guard cell lengths among polyploids. In H. syriacus , Lee and Kim (1976) recorded differences in leaf thickness, length of guard cells

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lower daily photosynthetic rates. GC and WC treatments resulted in larger trees in trunk cross-sectional area, tree height, spread, and canopy volume, and had increased leaf number, average leaf size, leaf area index, and leaf area density. Trees treated

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John R. Clark and Chad E. Finn

with sweet orange, mandarin, and grapefruit are highly productive on a canopy volume basis; freeze tolerance moderate; fruit quality good, but fruit tends to be small; appears tolerant to P. nicotianae root rot, Florida isolates of CTV, and the P