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Neil S. Mattson and Marc W. van Iersel

be continuously supplied in the root zone to enter tissues through the xylem; they can be redirected from more mature source tissues to sink tissue. In a plant, this may take the form of some organs storing nutrients in excess of current needs for

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

source-sink relationships between plants shows that sinks (fruit) cannot produce high yields when the source (roots/leaves) capacity is limited ( Venkateswarlu and Visperas, 1987 ). It has been further reported that fully grown leaves become the source

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M. Elizabeth Rutledge, John Frampton, L. Eric Hinesley, and Gary Blank

Northwest Amer. Christmas Tree J. 50 2 20 21 Little, C.H.A. 1970 Apical dominance in long shoots of white pine ( Pinus strobus ) Can. J. Bot. 48 239 253 Luxmoore, R.J. Oren, R. Sheriff, D.W. Thomas, R.B. 1995 Source-sink-storage relationships in conifers 197

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Sydney Lykins, Katlynn Scammon, Brian T. Lawrence, and Juan Carlos Melgar

, L.S. 2014 PrometheusWiki gold leaf protocol: Gas exchange using LI-COR 6400 Funct. Plant Biol. 41 223 226 doi: 10.1071/FP10900 Fernandez, G. Pritts, M. 1994 Growth, carbon acquisition, and source–sink relationships in ‘Titan’ red raspberry

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Timothy L. Righetti, David R. Sandrock, Bernadine Strik, Carmo Vasconcelos, Yerko Moreno, Samuel Ortega-Farias, and Pilar Bañados

Biologic research uses many ratio-based expressions to interpret experimental results. When we evaluated citations in physiology subsections (developmental, environmental stress, photosynthesis, source sink) of the Journal of the American Society

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Jen-An Lin and Yao-Chien Alex Chang

English abstract) Yong, J.W.H. Hew, C.S. 1995 Partitioning of 14 C assimilates between sources and sinks during different growth stages in the sympodial thin-leaved orchid Oncidium Goldiana Intl. J. Plant Sci. 156 188 196 Yu, Y.C. 2012 Growth response

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Gerhard C. Rossouw, Jason P. Smith, Celia Barril, Alain Deloire, and Bruno P. Holzapfel

rapidly increased. Sugars are osmotically active, and facilitate source-to-sink C translocation via the pressure flow of the phloem. Through 14 C labeling, Yang et al. (2002) observed rice ( Oryza sativa ) stem TNC reserves to be remobilized to the

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Thomas E. Marler and Gil N. Cruz

seeds. However, the role of source vs. sink relations could not be determined from this study, and the declines in seed carbohydrates could have been a consequence of declines in whole-tree health and not due to direct seed infestations per se. The seed

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Desmond G. Mortley, Conrad K. Bonsi, Walter A. Hill, Carlton E. Morris, Carol S. Williams, Ceyla F. Davis, John W. Williams, Lanfang H. Levine, Barbara V. Petersen, and Raymond M. Wheeler

University Press London, UK Hall, A.J. Milthorpe, F.L. 1977 Assimilate source-sink relationships in Capsicum annum L. III. The effects of fruit excision on photosynthesis and leaf and stem carbohydrates Aust. J. Plant

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Lisa W. DeVetter, Sean Watkinson, Ramesh Sagili, and Timothy Lawrence

yield was found to be insignificant. These findings indicate that pollination may, in fact, not be a yield limiting factor for ‘Duke’ grown in western Washington. Other source-sink, climactic, and management factors may be responsible for the regional