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Madhulika Sagaram, Leonardo Lombardini, and L.J. Grauke

elevated CO 2 had contrasting results, varying from a decrease in SD ( Lin et al., 2001 ; Woodward and Kelly, 1995 ) to a lack of stomatal acclimation within a single generation in wheat ( Triticum aestivum L.) and sour oranges ( Citrus aurantium L

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Greg McCollum and Kim D. Bowman

grafted onto a rootstock. Historically, ‘Sour orange’ ( Citrus aurantium L.), believed to be a hybrid of Citrus maxima × Citrus reticulata Blanco ( Grosser et al., 2004 ), has been a favored rootstock for citrus in the Indian River district. However

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Eliezer Louzada, Omar Vazquez, Sandy Chavez, Mamoudou Sétamou, and Madhurababu Kunta

. Leaves for optimization of vqPCR (Expt. 1) were collected from HLB-infected, 9-year-old ‘Rio Red’ grapefruit ( Citrus × aurantium ) trees on sour orange rootstock from a commercial grove in San Juan, TX. The leaves with the most prominent symptoms of HLB

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Hatsuhiko Okada, Yoshitaka Ohashi, Mamoru Sato, Hideyuki Matsuno, Toshiya Yamamoto, Hoytaek Kim, Tatsuro Tukuni, and Sadao Komori

, T. 1982 Plantlet formation by anther culture in Citrus aurantium L Jpn. J. Breeding 32 247 252 Hidano, Y. 1982 Callus and embryoid induction by anther culture of apple Bul. Fac. Educ. Hirosaki Univ. 48

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Xin Song, Suo-min Wang, and Yiwei Jiang

increasing NaCl concentrations in sour orange ( Citrus aurantium ) and Carrizo citrange ( Citrus sinensis × Poncirus trifoliata ) but such changes in Ca 2+ and Mg 2+ levels were not consistently shown in Cleopatra mandarin ( Citrus reshni ) and alemow

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Michael W. Smith and William D. Goff

the new shoot grows, it is tied to the stake created by the rootstock. Bud forcing techniques were evaluated for grapefruit ( Citrus × paradise ) propagated on sour orange ( Citrus × aurantium ) that included bending (bending and tying the top to the

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H.F. Abouziena, O.M. Hafez, I.M. El-Metwally, S.D. Sharma, and M. Singh

budded on Sour orange ( Citrus aurantium L.) in a private orchard located at El-Salhia District, Sharkia Governorate, Egypt. Trees were spaced 5 × 5 m apart and were grown in a sandy soil using flood irrigation. Fertilization, irrigation, and other

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Cinta Calvet, Amelia Camprubi, Ana Pérez-Hernández, and Paulo Emilio Lovato

irregularis simultaneously produced, for equal time, in vivo and in vitro, were evaluated in terms of host root colonization potential and plant growth stimulation. Materials and Methods The fungus used, obtained from Citrus aurantium L. ( Camprubi and

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Hazel Y. Wetzstein, Zibin Zhang, Nadav Ravid, and Michael E. Wetzstein

( Harada et al., 2005 ). Larger fruit size in mandarin ( Citrus aurantium ) was attributed to increases in juice sac development through an enhancement of cell size resulting from greater cell elongation ( El-Otmani et al., 1993 ). Understanding that aril

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Rhuanito S. Ferrarezi, Alan L. Wright, Brian J. Boman, Arnold W. Schumann, Fred G. Gmitter, and Jude W. Grosser

arranged in a split plot experimental design. Covering was considered as the main plot and planting system as the split-plot. We also tested two rootstocks {sour orange ( Citrus × aurantium ) and US-897 [‘Cleopatra’ mandarin ( Citrus reticulata ) × ‘Flying