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Ravneet K. Sandhu, Nathan S. Boyd, Lincoln Zotarelli, Shinsuke Agehara, and Natalia Peres

. Gautier, H. Rolin, D. Génard, M. Fernie, A.R. Gibon, Y. Moing, A. 2015 Metabolomic profiling in tomato reveals diel compositional changes in fruit affected by source–sink relationships J. Expt. Bot. 66 3391 3404 Biswas, T. Guan, Z

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T. Casey Barickman, Dean A. Kopsell, and Carl E. Sams

source–sink relationships. Calcium moves to tissues that have the lowest water potential ( Marschner, 1995 ). Calcium movement, which is passive and through the xylem, increases to tissues such as leaves because they are rapidly growing and have a lower

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Matthew W. Fidelibus, Karen E. Koch, and Frederick S. Davies

-benzyladenine in senescing citrus peel Plant Physiol. 59 193 195 Goldschmidt, E.E. Koch, K.E. 1996 Citrus 797 823 Zamski E. Schaffer A.A. Photoassimilate distribution in plants and crops: Source–sink

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Karen Inge Theron, Human Steenkamp, and Willem Jacobus Steyn

.A. Miller, S.S. Harsh, R.M. Lesser, K.M. 2008 Mechanical thinning of peach and apple trees reduces labor input and increases fruit size HortTechnology 18 660 670 Seehuber, C. Damerow, L. Blanke, M. 2011 Regulation of source: Sink relationship, fruit set

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William S. Castle, Kim D. Bowman, James C. Baldwin, Jude W. Grosser, and Frederick G. Gmitter Jr.

Zamski, E. Schaffer, A.A. 1996 Photoassimilate distribution in plants and crops: Source-sink relationships Marcel Dekker New York

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Shahla Mahdavi, Esmaeil Fallahi, and Gennaro Fazio

Loescher, W.H. Everard, J.D. 1996 Sugar alcohol metabolism in sinks and sources 185 207 Zamski, E. Schaffer, A.A. Photoassimilate distribution in plants and crops: Source-sink relationships. Marcel Dekker New York, NY Lordan, J. Fazio, G

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Antonios E. Tsagkarakis, Michael E. Rogers, and Timothy M. Spann

phloem sap carbohydrate content in this study, photosynthesis data did not reveal any differences in carbon assimilation among any of the treatments. However, it is possible that PGR treatments could have altered source-sink relationships and, thus

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Mudau N. Fhatuwani and Makunga P. Nokwanda

hardiness. This indicates a flexible homeostasis that is not only involving source-sink relationships, but also transport mechanisms and signaling mechanisms that are all part of season-to-season conditioning stimulated by changes in sugars. The higher

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Ruining Li, Wenwen Huang, Xiaoxiao Wang, Xiaoying Liu, and Zhigang Xu

adaptability, vegetative growth, reproductive growth, source-sink relationships, yield, and other physiological activities of plants were closely related to carbohydrate and protein concentrations ( Osaki, 2001 ). Red light promoted starch accumulation in

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Ockert Greyvenstein, Terri Starman, Brent Pemberton, Genhua Niu, and David Byrne

, carbon acquisition, and source-sink relationships in ‘Titan’ red raspberry J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 119 1163 1168 Greyvenstein, O. Pemberton, B. Starman, T. Niu, G. Byrne, D. 2014 Effect of two-week high-temperature treatment on flower quality and