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Arancha Arbeloa, Ma Elena Daorden, Elena García, Pilar Andreu, and Juan A. Marín

). The dormancy period was required, even for germination of immature embryos of Prunus domestica ( Kukharchyk and Kastrickaya, 2006 ) and to avoid rosette-type plants ( Burgos and Ledbetter, 1993 ). In several species of Prunus , different

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Marija Perić, Slavica Dmitrović, Suzana Živković, Biljana Filipović, Marijana Skorić, Ana Simonović, and Slađana Todorović

’ plum ( Prunus domestica ) Plant Cell Tiss. Org. Cult. 76 255 260 Papageorgiou, V.P. Assimopoulou, A.N. Ballis, A.C. 2008 Alkannins and shikonins: A new class of wound healing agents Curr. Med. Chem. 15 3248 3267 Pospíšilová, J. Tichá, I. Kadleček, P

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Xavier Vallverdu, Joan Girona, Gemma Echeverria, Jordi Marsal, M. Hossein Behboudian, and Gerardo Lopez

extreme drought during stage III of peach fruit development by summer pruning and fruit thinning Tree Physiol. 26 469 477 McCutchan, H. Shackel, K.A. 1992 Stem water potential as a sensitive indicator of water stress in prune trees ( Prunus Domestica L cv

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Lenny Wells

. Texas Pecan Growers Assn. 48 54 56 McCutchan, H. Shackel, K.A. 1992 Stem-water potential as a sensitive indicator of water stress in prune trees ( Prunus domestica L. cv. French) J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 117 607 611 Meyer, W.S. Green, G.C. 1981 Plant

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Brenner L. Freeman, Janet C. Stocks, Dennis L. Eggett, and Tory L. Parker

. Hillis, E. 1959 The phenolic constituents of Prunus domestica . The quantitative analysis of phenolic constituents J. Sci. Food Agr. 10 63 68 Verlangieri, A.J. Kapeghian, J.C. el-Dean, S. Bush, M. 1985 Fruit and vegetable consumption and cardiovascular

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Marja Rantanen and Pauliina Palonen

( Prunus domestica L.) ( Erez, 1987 ). Snir (1986) reported that whole canes of raspberry died after treatment with hydrogen cyanamide during late dormancy. Furthermore, susceptibility depended on cultivar as was also observed in our experiment, in which

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Kylara A. Papenfuss and Brent L. Black

McCutchan, H. Shackel, K.A. 1992 Stem water potential as a sensitive indicator of water stress in prune trees ( Prunus domestica L. cv. French) J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 117 607 611 Moller, A.L. Gillies, R

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G.G. Ning and M.Z. Bao

Mante, S. Scorza, R. Cordts, J.M. 1989 Plant regeneration from cotyledons of Prunus persica, Prunus domestica , and Prunus cerasus Plant Cell Tissue Organ Cult. 19 1 11 Murashige, T. Skoog, F

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Malkeet S. Padda and David H. Picha

. 45 287 306 Swain, T. Hillis, W.E. 1959 The phenolic constituents of Prunus domestica I. The quantitative analysis of phenolic constituents J. Sci. Food Agr. 10 63 68 Tanaka, Y. Kojima

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Lenny Wells

. Lopez, G. 2008 Factors involved in alleviating water stress by partial crop removal in pear trees Tree Physiol. 28 1375 1382 McCutchan, H. Shackel, K.A. 1992 Stem water potential as a sensitive indicator of water stress in prune trees ( Prunus domestica