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Larry E. Schrader

., Matieland, South Africa, personal communication). High temperatures of air or of the fruit surface have been reported to cause sunburn. Serr and Foott (1963) found that 38 °C was a critical air temperature for sunburn of walnut ( Juglans regia L

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Bruce W. Wood, Leonardo Lombardini and Richard J. Heerema

useful as a horticultural tool for managing crop-load or fruit ripening in certain walnut ( Juglans regia L. cv. Serr) ( Anderson et al., 2006 ; Beede and Polito, 2003 ; Buchner et al., 2006 ) and tree-fruit cultivars ( Belding and Lokaj, 2002

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Thomas J. Molnar and John M. Capik

Hazelnuts ( Corylus avellana ) are a major tree nut crop ranking fifth in world production behind cashews ( Anacardium occidentale ), almonds ( Prunus dulcis ), walnuts ( Juglans regia ), and chestnuts ( Castanea sp.). The top hazelnut

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Esmaeil Fallahi, Pontia Fallahi and Shahla Mahdavi

( Diospyros kaki ), apple, pear, quince, apricot, almond ( Prunus amygdalus ), and persian walnut ( Juglans regia ). Among the nonfruit trees are turkish pine, iranian cedar, persian maple ( Acer velutinum ), weeping willow ( Salix babylonica ), mountain ash

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Lois C. Braun, Jeffrey H. Gillman and Michael P. Russelle

) reported that from 18% to 93% of N used during budbreak and leaf expansion in apples was derived from stored reserves in bark and roots depending on the age of the plant and prior N status. Nitrogen uptake from the soil increases in walnut ( Juglans regia

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Tripti Vashisth, Mercy A. Olmstead, James Olmstead and Thomas A. Colquhoun

Phenolic acids, syringaldehyde, and juglone in fruits of different cultivars of Juglans regia L J. Agr. Food Chem. 53 6390 6396 Cordts, J.M. Scorza, R. Bell, R. 1987 Effects of carbohydrates and nitrogen on the development of anthocyanins of a red leaf

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Dewayne L. Ingram

Sept. 2012. < > Cambria, D. Pierangeli, D. 2011 A life cycle assessment case study for walnut tree ( Juglans regia L.) seedlings production Intl. J. Life Cycle Assessment 16 859 868 Debolt, S. Campbell, J

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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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Ze Li, Kai Shi, Fanhang Zhang, Lin Zhang, Hongxu Long, Yanling Zeng, Zhiming Liu, Genhua Niu and Xiaofeng Tan

Tung tree is a member of the Euphorbiaceae family, a native tree species that has been cultivated for more than 1000 years in China. Along with the oil-tea tree ( Camellia oleifera ), walnut ( Juglans regia ), and tallow tree ( Sapium sebiferum

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Dafna Langgut

at Dura-Europos: The synagogue. Yale Univ., New Haven, p. 56–62 Langgut, D. 2015 Prestigious fruit trees in ancient Israel: First palynological evidence for growing Juglans regia and Citrus medica Isr. J. Plant Sci. 62 98 110 Langgut, D. Gadot, Y