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Liyuan Huang, Jun Yuan, Hui Wang, Xiaofeng Tan, and Genhua Niu

( Camellia oleifera ) as affected by aluminum. Vertical bars indicate standard errors. Different letters on the top of bars indicate significant difference at P < 0.05 by least significant difference test. Fig. 2. The root growth of oil tea grown in pots

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Xinjing Qu, Hui Wang, Ming Chen, Jiao Liao, Jun Yuan, and Genhua Niu

soil drought on the phloem fiber development in long-fiber flax Russ. J. Plant Physiol. 53 656 662 Ding, S. Zhong, Q. Yuan, T. Cao, L. Yan, C. Yuan, Y. Zhang, X. Lin, J. 2017 Effects of drought stress on Camellia oleifera flower-bud growth and

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Haiying Liang, Bing-Qing Hao, Guo-Chen Chen, Hang Ye, and Jinlin Ma

. Depending on the species, cultivar, and environmental conditions, oil content in seeds of traditional camellia varieties can range between 24% and 50% with an average of ≈30% ( Huang et al., 2013 ). Some of the new Camellia oleifera cultivars can reach 53

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William G. Hembree, Thomas G. Ranney, Brian E. Jackson, and Mark Weathington

are seen in other Camellia species as well, including (but not limited to) C. hiemalis , C. oleifera , C. reticulata , and C. sinensis ( Ackerman, 1971 ; Bezbaruah, 1971 ; Huang et al., 2013 ; Kondo, 1977 ). The variation and confusion

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Margaret R. Pooler

-hardiness. In the early 1970s, the National Arboretum camellia collection was comprised of close to 1000 specimens, consisting primarily of C. japonica , C. sasanqua , and C. oleifera C. Abel from collecting trips and seed exchanges. The C. japonica

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Huan Xiong, He Sun, Feng Zou, Xiaoming Fan, Genhua Niu, and Deyi Yuan

et al., 2018 ). Cotyledonary node explants were used mainly in legume crops to regenerate shoots ( Abd Aziz et al., 2018 ), and in the woody plants C. sativa and Camellia oleifera , cotyledonary node explants were also a success ( Li et al., 2016

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Wei Zhou, Xiaoming Wang, Jianhua Chen, Liangming Chen, Zhongquan Qiao, and Huijie Zeng

the day of flowering, instead of developing during the development process after fertilization. The features regarding ovule abortion of acarpous L. indica were similar to those of Camellia oleifera ( Gao et al., 2017 ) and Medicago sativa ( Wang

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Huan Xiong, Feng Zou, Sujuan Guo, Deyi Yuan, and Genhua Niu

the ovary but fertilization does not occur, this type of rejection is consequently prezygotic ( Valtueña et al., 2010 ). Prezygotic SI has been documented in Aconitum kusnezoffii ( Hao et al., 2012 ), Camellia oleifera ( Liao et al., 2014 ), and

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Ting Liao, Guobin Liu, Liqin Guo, Ye Wang, Yanwu Yao, and Jun Cao

phenomenon was more common in angiosperms and less frequently reported in gymnosperms. Research on Camellia oleifera showed that the rates of ovule abortion were 85.5% and 46.3% under self-pollination and cross-pollination, respectively, which was mainly

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Chunqing Sun, Zhihu Ma, Zhenchao Zhang, Guosheng Sun, and Zhongliang Dai

Camellia oleifera J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 142 330 336 Gao, C. Yuan, D.Y. Yang, Y. Wang, B.F. Liu, D.M. Zou, F. 2015 Pollen tube growth and double fertilization in Camellia oleifera J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 140 12 18 Hu, S.Y. 2005 Reproductive biology of