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Stephen S. Miller and Thomas Tworkoski

concentration. The effective rate for flower thinning and fruit retention was between 2% and 6% eugenol ( Table 1 ). No fruit or leaf injury was seen on 12 June 2003 at the 6% concentration. The total number and weight of peaches per tree began to decrease at

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Mahvash Zarei, Majid Azizi, Majid Rahemi, and Ali Tehranifar

salts in cell walls and cytoplasm of transpiring leaves leads to cell shrinkage and dehydration, inhibition of enzymatic activities, leaf injury, premature senescence, and eventually leaf abscission ( Munns, 2002 ) For horticultural crops, the rate of

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Xuan Liu and Donald L. Suarez

. 63 362 367 doi: 10.17221/398/2017-PSE James, R.A. Rivelli, A.R. Munns, R. von Caemmerer, S. 2002 Factors affecting CO 2 assimilation, leaf injury and growth in salt-stressed durum wheat Func. Plant Biol. 29 1393 1403 doi: 10.1071/FP02069 Jiang, Q