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Jorge A. Zegbe and Jaime Mena-Covarrubias

the proposed hand thinning alterative may promote better distribution and allocation of assimilates among the different cactus pear organs, mainly into the fruit. However, the experiments did not investigate the sink-source balance between reproductive

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Fernando Ramírez, Thomas L. Davenport, Gerhard Fischer, and Julio Cesar Augusto Pinzón

Production of reproductive mango shoots occurs when they are initiated to grow from quiescent buds on resting stems exposed to cool, floral-inductive temperatures in subtropical and high-latitude tropical climates ( Davenport and Núñez

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Hadi Susilo and Yao-Chien Alex Chang

more N was supplied and accumulated in these organs, the ratio of 14 N increased, whereas the ratio of 15 N to the total N decreased. Of particular interest, the inflorescence developed during the reproductive stage with stored N and recently absorbed

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Hadi Susilo, Ying-Chun Peng, and Yao-Chien Alex Chang

(day/night) with maximum light intensity of 450 μmol·m −2 ·s −1 for 12 weeks for forcing into the reproductive stage. At the time 15 N-labeling was conducted in Treatments 3 and 4 (6 weeks into low-temperature forcing), the plants had spikes ≈5 cm

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Lauren C. Garner and Carol J. Lovatt

function of the day of the year ( P ≤ 0.001) and was similar in the off- and on-crop years ( R 2 = 0.99 and 0.98, respectively). Flowers comprised more than 90% of the number of reproductive organs abscised during either year and this percentage was

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Hailin Shen, Zhendong Liu, Ke Yan, Liren Zou, Jinghui Wen, Yinshan Guo, Kun Li, and Xiuwu Guo

to sexual dimorphism Plant Biosyst. 140 123 131 Caporali, E. Spada, A. Marziani, G. Failla, O. Scienza, A. 2003 The arrest of development of abortive reproductive organs in the unisexual flower of Vitis vinifera ssp. silvestris Sex. Plant Reprod

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Gerardo Lopez, Romeo R. Favreau, Colin Smith, and Theodore M. DeJong

assimilation process. All the tree organs require carbohydrates for growth and maintenance. But requirements for carbohydrates vary among tree organs and their stages of development. Besides the genetic potential and the stage of development of a given organ

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Junhuo Cai, Junjun Fan, Xuying Wei, and Lu Zhang

Duncan’s multiple range tests, in SPSS version 19.0 (IBM Corporation, Armonk, NY). Results L. radiata morphology. To adapt to local environments effectively, plants allocate their limited biomass resources to different organs and functional structures

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Md. Jahedur Rahman, Haruhisa Inden, and Masaaki Kirimura

the shoot tip was selected from each plant for measurements of g S , E, LVPD, and net photosynthetic rate (NPR) in the plant vegetative and reproductive growth stages. These measurements for the vegetative growth stage were conducted at 45 d after

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Mou Zong-min, Yan Ning, Li Shu-yun, and Hu Hong

isotopes to plants are the commonly used methods of plant nutrient physiology to estimate biomass partition, reproductive allocation, and its roles in other physiological processes. The management of N is widely used in horticultural plants to optimize