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Yushan Duan, Thomas W. Walters, and Timothy W. Miller

Bramble production: The management and marketing of raspberries and blackberries. Food Product Press, an imprint of the Haworth Press Inc., Binghamton, NY. p. 213 Fernandez, G.E. Pritts, M.P. 1993 Growth and source-sink relationship in ‘Titan’ red

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Guohai Xia, Lailiang Cheng, Alan Lakso, and Martin Goffinet

exemplifies the central role of the source-sink relationship in determining apple fruit growth, which also provides a very useful framework for understanding the effect of many other factors on apple fruit growth and final fruit size. Increasing nitrogen (N

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Bruce L. Dunn and Carla Goad

N samples from a single plant when all weeks were combined ( Table 5 ). Along with leaf position, Loh et al. (2002) noted that leaf age, sampling time, nutrient interactions, and complex source-sink relationships can affect the ability to detect N

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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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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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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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Jiaming Yu, Timothy K. Broschat, William G. Latham, and Monica L. Elliott

Phytophthora ( Guest and Grant, 1991 ). Phosphite movement tends to be regulated by source–sink relationships ( Guest and Grant, 1991 ). In this case, the source is leaflet tissue of existing leaves and the sink is the newly emerging spear leaf. It is not

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Kaori Itagaki, Toshio Shibuya, Motoaki Tojo, Ryosuke Endo, and Yoshiaki Kitaya

, M.C. Spencer-Phillips, P.T. 1996 Effects of pathogens and parasitic plants on source-sink relationships, p. 479–499. In: E. Zamski and A.A. Schaffer (eds.). Photoassimilate distribution in plants and crops. Marcel Dekker, New York, NY Bazzaz, F

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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