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Kaori Itagaki, Toshio Shibuya, Motoaki Tojo, Ryosuke Endo, and Yoshiaki Kitaya

, M.C. Spencer-Phillips, P.T. 1996 Effects of pathogens and parasitic plants on source-sink relationships, p. 479–499. In: E. Zamski and A.A. Schaffer (eds.). Photoassimilate distribution in plants and crops. Marcel Dekker, New York, NY Bazzaz, F

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Yong Zhang, Chunxia Fu, Yujing Yan, Xiaodan Fan, Yan’an Wang, and Ming Li

sucrose synthase in ‘Starkrimson’ apple during fruit development Acta Hort. Sinica 29 375 377 Loescher, W.H. Marlow, G.C. Kennedy, R.A. 1982 Sorbitol metabolism and sink-source interconversions in developing apple leaves Plant Physiol. 70 335 339 Morell, M

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Min Wu and Chieri Kubota

reproductive growth stage than the vegetative growth stage, a phenomenon associated with a sink-source relationship ( Ho, 1988 ). The reduction in sink activity caused an increase in sucrose in source leaves and led to a decrease in photosynthetic rate by

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Shawna L. Daley, William Patrick Wechter, and Richard L. Hassell

Blake (1994) attribute the loss of total nonstructural carbohydrates to the loss of leaves, the source of carbon and growth hormones in the plants’ source–sink relationship. In a similar way, watermelon rootstock seedlings may be dependent on the

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Javier Fernandez-Salvador, Bernadine C. Strik, and David R. Bryla

., 2013 ). Blackberry plant nutrient status and fruit quality were affected by N fertilization when using granular, inorganic sources of N ( Archbold et al., 1989 ; Naraguma and Clark, 1998 ; Nelson and Martin, 1986 ). In ‘Arapaho’, fertilizer N rate had

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Manasikan Thammawong, Daisuke Nei, Poritosh Roy, Nobutaka Nakamura, Takeo Shiina, Yuuichi Inoue, Hidenobu Hamachi, and Shigeyuki Nonaka

components during ageing of emerging juvenile bamboo shoots Intl. J. Food Sci. Nutr. 58 612 618 Pharr, D.M. Sox, H.N. 1984 Changes in carbohydrate and enzyme levels during the sink to source transition of leaves of

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Richard O. Carey, George J. Hochmuth, Christopher J. Martinez, Treavor H. Boyer, Vimala D. Nair, Michael D. Dukes, Gurpal S. Toor, Amy L. Shober, John L. Cisar, Laurie E. Trenholm, and Jerry B. Sartain

beauty of landscape plants. Numerous nutrient sources already present in urban watersheds can satisfy these needs and these sources, excluding fertilizer, have been discussed in detail (R.O. Carey, G.J. Hochmuth, C.J. Martinez, T.H. Boyer, V.D. Nair, M

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Ben-Hong Wu, Shao-Hua Li, Marta Nosarzewski, and Douglas D. Archbold

Sorbitol metabolism and sink-source interconversions in developing apple leaves Plant Physiol. 70 335 339 McQueen, J.C. Minchin, P.E.H. 2005 Brief look at sorbitol in 1-year-old shoots of apple Malus domestica N

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Sofia Caretto, Angelo Parente, Francesco Serio, and Pietro Santamaria

into sink organs ( Bergmann, 1992 ; Marschner, 1995 ). In muskmelon, fruits from plants receiving weekly foliar/spray K applications matured 2 d earlier and had significantly higher soluble solid concentration, total sugar, ascorbic acid (vitamin C

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Shuang Han, Jiafu Jiang, Huiyun Li, Aiping Song, Sumei Chen, and Fadi Chen

-to-high light intensity increases the rate of apoplast transport without the development of additional veins ( Amiard et al., 2005 ). When the growing point is compromised, the transport of assimilate from source to sink tends to be reduced ( Li et al., 2002