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Brian Christensen, Sridevy Sriskandarajah, and Renate Müller

( Schmulling et al., 1988 ; Zuker et al., 2001 ). In addition to the cytokinin-like action, it has been suggested that rol C may be influencing the source–sink relationship by regulating sugar metabolism and transport ( Veena and Taylor, 2007 ). Further

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Teresa Eileen Snyder-Leiby and Shixiong Wang

starch mobilization and identified a new transglucosidase that inhibits starch breakdown. Excessive starch grain accumulation can be associated with imbalances in source/sink relationships or abnormalities with phloem loading or unloading ( Chen and Cheng

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Eric Hanson, Brent Crain, and Joshua Moses

Demchak, K. Hanson, E. 2013 Small fruit production in high tunnels in the U.S Acta Hort. 987 41 44 Fernandez, G. Pritts, M. 1993 Growth and source-sink relationships in ‘Titan’ raspberry Acta Hort. 352 151 158 Gaskell, M. Cantliffe, D. Stoffella, P. Shaw

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Russell Galanti, Alyssa Cho, Amjad Ahmad, and Javier Mollinedo

, 1992 ). Seasonal source–sink relationships between vegetative and reproductive growth also influence leaf N status; for example, developing fruits during the summer act as an N sink ( Fletcher et al., 2009 ). While it is known that increasing N supply

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Desmond G. Mortley, Conrad K. Bonsi, Walter A. Hill, Carlton E. Morris, Carol S. Williams, Ceyla F. Davis, John W. Williams, Lanfang H. Levine, Barbara V. Petersen, and Raymond M. Wheeler

University Press London, UK Hall, A.J. Milthorpe, F.L. 1977 Assimilate source-sink relationships in Capsicum annum L. III. The effects of fruit excision on photosynthesis and leaf and stem carbohydrates Aust. J. Plant

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Emily K. Dixon, Bernadine C. Strik, and David R. Bryla

relationships in ‘Titan’ red raspberry Acta Hort. 352 151 157 Fernandez, G.C. Pritts, M.P. 1994 Growth, carbon acquisition, and source-sink relationships in ‘Titan’ red raspberry J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 119 1163 1168 Fernandez, G.E. Pritts, M.P. 1996 Carbon

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Ben-Hong Wu, Ning Niu, Ji-Hu Li, and Shao-Hua Li

Source-sink relationships (mainly leaves vs. reproductive organs) play an important role in fruit growth and quality with respect to fruit size, color, and chemical composition. Grape is a species well suited for exploring the mechanisms that govern

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Aude Tixier, Adele Amico Roxas, Jessie Godfrey, Sebastian Saa, Dani Lightle, Pauline Maillard, Bruce Lampinen, and Maciej A. Zwieniecki

, functional–structural plant models have been developed to study plant reproductive and vegetative growth from the perspectives of carbohydrate partitioning and source–sink relationships ( Allen et al., 2005 ; Da Silva et al., 2014 ; DeJong et al., 2011

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C. Yang, D.Y. Jiao, Z.Q. Cai, H.D. Gong, and G.Y. Li

( Fig. 6 ), contrasting with our previous results of P. volubilis plants in response to light intensity, water, fertilization, and planting density ( Cai, 2011 ; Jiao et al., 2012 ; Yang et al., 2014 ). PGRs are known to enhance the source–sink

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Ya-Ching Chuang and Yao-Chien Alex Chang

). Total carbohydrates in the rose ( Rosa hybrids L.) corolla decrease with time, but not as much as in the leaves; and the decrease in the corolla is more pronounced when leaves on cut flowers were removed, suggesting a source-sink relationship from