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Brent L. Black and Mark K. Ehlenfeldt

observed in tart cherry ( Prunus cerasus L.) in 1956 ( Bukovac et al., 1986 ), and similar effects have been observed to varying degrees in other Prunus species, including almond ( P. amygdalus Batsch.), apricot ( P. armeniaca L.), peach [ P. persica

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Rafel Socias i Company, Àngel Fernández i Martí, Ossama Kodad, and José M. Alonso

almond cultivars J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 119 106 109 Kodad, O. Socias i Company, R. 2006 Pollen source effect on pollen tube growth in advanced self-compatible almond selections ( Prunus amygdalus Batsch) Adv

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Thomas Thomidis, Thomas Sotiropoulos, Nikitas Karagiannidis, Constantinos Tsipouridis, Ioannis Papadakis, Dimitrios Almaliotis, and Nikolaos Boulgarakis

. Twelve-year-old ‘Andross’ peach trees, grafted on the peach rootstock ‘GF677’ [a hybrid of peach × almond ( Prunus amygdalus )], were sprayed three times (30 May—15 d before pit hardening; 9 June—at pit hardening time; 24 June—15 d after pit hardening

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Pilar Andreu, Arancha Arbeloa, Pilar Lorente, and Juan A. Marín

to different sub-genera: Prunus (‘Adesoto 101’ and ‘Marianna 2624’); Cerasus (‘Masto de Montañana’ and CAB 6P); and Amygdalus (the almond × peach hybrid GF 677). The possible differentiation of rootstocks belonging to other taxonomic groups

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Ana Morales-Sillero, María Paz Suárez, María Rocío Jiménez, Laura Casanova, José Ordovás, and Pilar Rallo

75 84 Grigorian, V. 1972 L’embriogenèse chez l’Armandier ( Prunus amygdalus Batsch) étude comparéde la dormance des graines et de la dormance des bourgerons végétatifs. PhD diss., Univ. of Bordeaux, Bordeaux, France Hammami, S.B.M. León, L. Rapoport

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Meiling Yang, Fang Li, Hong Long, Weiwei Yu, Xiuna Yan, Bin Liu, Yunxiu Zhang, Guorong Yan, and Wenqin Song

700–1500 m. Prunus amygdalus Batsch is the major accompanying plant of M. sieversii , growing together in forests. In the low elevation region, the ground was sparsely covered with grass ( Fig. 2D ). Geographic coordinates of each region for

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Stanisław Pluta, Edward Żurawicz, Marcin Studnicki, and Wiesław Mądry

( Nikolic et al., 2010 )], almond ( Prunus amygdalus ), and related Prunus species ( Nikoumanesh et al., 2011 ) as well as blackcurrant ( Pluta et al., 2012 ). Statistical analysis. Two types of statistical analyses of the mean plot data for agronomic

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Craig A. Ledbetter and Mark S. Sisterson

. 1981 Inheritance of nut and kernel traits in almond ( Prunus amygdalus Batsch) Euphytica 30 167 174 UPOV 1978 Almond. Guidelines for the conduct of tests for distinctness, homogeneity and stability. TG/56/3 Apr. 2010 < http

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Ossama Kodad and Rafel Socias i Company

influencing the final yield. These factors are both genetic or internal and environmental or external, furthermore affected by their interaction. As a result of the small almond ( Prunus amygdalus Batsch) fruit size, crop regularity requires the formation

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Lihang Xie, Lixin Niu, Yanlong Zhang, Min Jin, Duo Ji, and Xiaoxiao Zhang

.L. Adams, C.J. Arpaia, M.L. 1994 Paternal and maternal effects on fruit and seed characteristics in cherimoya (Annona-Cherimola Mill) Sci. Hort. 59 11 25 Kodad, O. 2008 Variability of oil content and major fatty acid composition in almond (Prunus amygdalus