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Shinyoung Kim, Stephen L. Meyers, Juan L. Silva, M. Wesley Schilling, and Lurdes Siberio Wood

, Shelbyville, DE Alozie, Y.E. Udofia, U.S. 2015 Nutritional and sensory properties of almond ( Prunus amygdalus Var. Dulcis) seed milk World J. Dairy Food Sci. 10 117 121 doi: 10.5829/idosi.wjdfs.2015

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Daniela Farinelli, Pierluigi Pierantozzi, and Assunta Maria Palese

. 2010 Fruit set is inversely related to flower and fruit weight in olive ( Olea europaea L.) Sci. Hort. 126 200 204 Roy, S.P. Kochba, J. 1974 The inheritance of bitter and double kernel characters in the almond ( Prunus amygdalus Bastsch) Z. P

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Hui-qing Li, Qing-he Li, Lei Xing, Gao-jie Sun, and Xiu-lian Zhao

, Larix gmelinii , Populus alba , Populus simonii , Salix limprichtii , Populus alba × Populus glandulosa, Picea asperata , Populus alba var. pyramidalis , Armeniaca sibirica , Prunus cerasifera , Betula platyphylla , Ulmus pumila , Rubus

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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

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Karim Keshavarz, Kourosh Vahdati, Mahmoud Samar, Behzad Azadegan, and Patrick H. Brown

important role in pollen germination and pollen tube growth ( Storey, 2007 ) and foliar sprays of B increase pollen germination in a number of tree species including almond [ Prumus amygdalus ( Nyomora et al., 1997 )], pear [ Pyrus communis ( Lee et al

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Qingrong Sun, Meijuan Sun, Hongyan Sun, Richard L. Bell, Linguang Li, Wei Zhang, and Jihan Tao

rooting of PR 204/84 rootstock ( Prunus persica x P. amygdalus ) as influenced by mineral concentration of the culture medium and exposure to darkness for a period Agron. Res. 3 3 8 Gordon, S.P. Heisler, M.G. Reddy, G.V. Ohno, C. Das, P. Meyerowitz, E

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Carol J. Lovatt

and Thompson, 1949 )], pistachio [ Pistacia vera ( Brown et al., 1995 )], almond [ Prunus amygdalus ( Sotomayor et al., 2002 )], and pecan [ Carya illinoinensis ( Wells et al., 2008 )]. More recently, the economic benefits of foliar fertilizers have

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Lailiang Cheng and Richard Raba

., 1991 , 1992 )], almond [ Prunus amygdalus Batsch ( Weinbaum et al., 1984 , 1987 )], peach [ Prunus persica L. ( Rosecrance et al., 1998 )], and walnut [ Juglans regia L. ( Weinbaum and Kessel, 1998 )]. These studies have provided valuable

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Majken Pagter, Karen K. Petersen, Fulai Liu, and Christian R. Jensen

.S. Matos, A. Vieira-Da-Silva, J. 2004 CO 2 assimilation and water relations of almond tree ( Prunus amygdalus Batsch) cultivars grown under field conditions Photosynthetica 42 473 476 Munns, R. 1988 Why

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Amaya Atucha, Ian A. Merwin, Chandra K. Purohit, and Michael G. Brown

cycling from N reserves within deciduous fruit trees has been estimated at 45% of the total amount required for annual growth in pear ( Pyrus communis L.) trees and 50% for almonds ( Prunus amygdalus L.) ( Millard, 1995 ). Because of the relatively high