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Alison L. Reeve, Patricia A. Skinkis, Amanda J. Vance, Jungmin Lee, and Julie M. Tarara

of source–sink relationships is needed for the improvement of vineyard management practices. There are many studies that have investigated source–sink relationships using various cultural techniques, including those that alter canopy architecture and

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Penelope F. Measham, Audrey G. Quentin, and Nicholas MacNair

bud burst and fruit quality the next season was assessed. The practices chosen (pruning and cropload) had the potential to alter source:sink relationships and are readily applicable in commercial orchards. Summer pruning is a commonly used practice to

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Elvia Hernández-Gómez, Luis A. Valdez-Aguilar, Ana M. Castillo-González, María T. Colinas-León, Donita L. Cartmill, Andrew D. Cartmill, and R. Hugo Lira-Saldívar

transport of water ( Clarkson et al., 2000 ) and photoassimilates ( Cakmak et al., 1994 ), affecting the source–sink relationships within the plant. Increasing K in the nutrient solution to 9 m m resulted in increased leaf and root K when compared with

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Paul J.R. Cronje, Graham H. Barry, and Marius Huysamer

. Woodhead Publishing, Cambridge, UK Goldschmidt, E.E. Koch, K.E. 1996 Citrus , p. 797–823. In: Zamski, E. and A.A. Schaffer (eds.). Photoassimilate distribution in plants and crops: Source-sink relationships. Marcel Dekker, New York, NY Greene, B.A. Gerber

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Chieri Kubota, Mark Kroggel, Mohammad Torabi, Katherine A. Dietrich, Hyun-Jin Kim, Jorge Fonseca, and Cynthia A. Thomson

past 50 years in yield components in tomato J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 134 460 465 Ho, L.C. 1996 Tomato, p. 709–728. In: Zamski, E. and A.A. Schaffer (eds.). Photoassimilate distribution in plants and crops: Source-sink relationships. Marcel Dekker, New

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Charalambos I. Siminis and Manolis N. Stavrakakis

-induced chlorosis, nutrient uptake, and source-sink relationships J. Plant Nutr. 26 1451 1465 Bavaresco, L. Poni, S. 2003 Effect of calcareous soil on photosynthesis rate, mineral nutrition, and source-sink ratio of table

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Evagelini Kitta, Nikolaos Katsoulas, Anna Kandila, Maria M. González-Real, and Alain Baille

dry mater distribution of tomato Adv. Hortic. Sci. 3 120 125 Hall, A.J. 1977 Assimilate source–sink relationships in Capsicum annuum L. I: The dynamics of growth in fruiting and deflorated plants Aust. J. Plant Physiol. 4 623 636 Healey, K.D. Rickert

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Xiaonan Shi, Ricardo Hernández, and Mark Hoffmann

( Marcelis, 1996 ). While photosynthetic rates were not measured in our study, dry weight relationships between mother plant organs, stolons and daughter plant may be due to source-sink relationships between the different treatments in our study. In

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Xuelian Jiang, Yueling Zhao, Rui Wang, and Sheng Zhao

cotton under shallow saline ground water conditions Irrig. Drain. Syst. 20 2-3 1492 1500 Ho, L.C. 1996 Tomato, p. 709–728. In: E. Zemaski and A.A. Schaffer (eds.). Photo assimilate distribution in plants and crops: Source–sink relationships. Marcel Dekker

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D. Michael Glenn

, irrigated olive orchard Environ. Expt. Bot. 63 168 177 Wibbe, M.L. Blanke, M.M. 1995 Effects of defruiting on source-sink relationship, carbon budget, leaf carbohydrate content and water use efficiency of apple trees