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Jieshan Cheng, Peige Fan, Zhenchang Liang, Yanqiu Wang, Ning Niu, Weidong Li, and Shaohua Li

Crop yield and fruit quality in fruit trees are highly dependent on efficient capture of solar energy and subsequent allocation of photoassimilate. Source-sink relationships are important factors influencing these allocation patterns. Fruit

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Maude Lachapelle, Gaétan Bourgeois, Jennifer R. DeEll, Katrine A. Stewart, and Philippe Séguin

their relationship with SBI in ‘Honeycrisp’ apples are limited because fruit quality attributes of this variety (internal ethylene concentration, starch index, firmness, and soluble solid content) were found to show no consistent patterns among years

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Jinwook Lee, James P. Mattheis, and David R. Rudell

(Mohr Digi-Test; Mohr & Associates, Richland, WA), equipped with a cylindrical plunger 11 mm in diameter ( Evans et al., 2010 ). The measurement was performed on two pared surfaces on opposite sides of the fruit equator region. Starch pattern index was

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Jinwook Lee, James P. Mattheis, and David R. Rudell

Digi-test data. Starch pattern index was estimated by cutting each fruit horizontally through the equator and then staining the cut surface using a potassium-iodine (1.5% KI, 0.6% I) solution. Starch pattern index from 1 (100% starch) to 6 (0% starch

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Lisa E. Richardson-Calfee, J. Roger Harris, Robert H. Jones, and Jody K. Fanelli

apple root growth in Western Australia J. Hort. Sci. 45 153 161 Deans, J.D. Ford, E.D. 1986 Seasonal patterns of radial root growth and starch dynamics in plantation-grown sitka spruce trees of different ages

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Valeria Sigal Escalada and Douglas D. Archbold

fruit ripening based on starch indices and ethylene production. Fruit were equilibrated at room temperature (21 ± 0.5 °C) for 3 h immediately after harvest. A subsample of six fruit from both treatments was set aside for initial firmness, starch index

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Amy L. Burton, Svoboda V. Pennisi, and Marc W. van Iersel

not affect the root-to-shoot ratio. Plant growth regulators have been shown to change carbon partitioning patterns and increase starch production in several species ( Mehouachi et al., 1996 ; Pennisi et al., 2003 ). In general, the major starch

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Mudau N. Fhatuwani and Makunga P. Nokwanda

. Carbohydrate partitioning in the form of specific sugars, starch, and reserve carbohydrates is fundamental for perpetuating shoot growth in optimizing cumulative responses of biomass yields and quality attributes of tea crops. Mudau et al. (2016) demonstrated

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Steven M. Todd, Van-Den Truong, Kenneth V. Pecota, and G. Craig Yencho

Increasing demand for bioproducts and rising interest in the development of alternative crops to promote farm diversification have stimulated research on alternative feedstocks for production of starches, sugars, and other natural plant

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Eileen M. Perry, Ian Goodwin, and David Cornwall

( Fitzgerald et al., 2010 ; Perry et al., 2012 ) shows that using remote sensing to estimate N in wheat canopies is effective, and calculation of the Canopy Chlorophyll Content Index (CCCI) from canopy spectral reflectance of wheat showed good correlation with