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John W. Scott, Stephen M. Olson, and Jerry A. Bartz

cultivars indicating color to be similar or darker red, respectively. Fruit are usually free of white tissue formation in the pericarp, but some white tissue can form under fertilizer stress conditions. Fruit flavor has been rated by the senior author as 3

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Cindy B.S. Tong, Hsueh-Yuan Chang, Jennifer K. Boldt, Yizhou B. Ma, Jennifer R. DeEll, Renae E. Moran, Gaétan Bourgeois, and Dominique Plouffe

fall, and fructose and sucrose levels increase ( Zhang et al., 2010 ). Little information is available regarding carbohydrates involved in earlier fruit developmental stages, such as during the transport of sugars from leaves to fruit during active

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Duane W. Greene, James R. Schupp, and H. Edwin Winzeler

each limb were counted and recorded. At the normal time on 15 Sept., 30 fruit were randomly harvested from each tree. All fruit were weighed. Red color was estimated visually to the nearest 10% on all harvested fruit. In addition, it was noted if the

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Bishnu P. Khanal, Indu Acharya, and Moritz Knoche

phase (stage II) in which the stony endocarp and the embryo develop with little change in fruit mass. The final growth phase (stage III or “final swell”) is characterized by a rapid increase in mass primarily due to cell expansion in the mesocarp

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Matthew R. Mattia and John W. Scott

, 2014 ). YS has been classified as a form of blotchy ripening that occurs on the shoulder of the tomato ( Picha and Hall, 1981 ) because both involve sections of fruit that remain yellow when the rest of the fruit turns red. However, blotchy ripening and

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Marina Petreikov, Lena Yeselson, Shmuel Shen, Ilan Levin, Arthur A. Schaffer, Ari Efrati, and Moshe Bar

at a minimum night temperature of 15 °C, according to standard growing conditions. Plants grown in the spring season were sown in March and harvesting took place in June. Flowers were allowed to self-pollinate and fruit were harvested when red ripe

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Ricardo Goenaga and David Jenkins

Martin, 1976 ; Morton, 1987 ). Depending on the cultivar, fruit shape varies from round to elliptical; it has a leathery brown skin and contains one to three large seeds. Fruit pulp is sweet, soft, and orange or deep red in color when ripe, and it is

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Duane W. Greene

, R.E. Yoder, K.S. 1999 Prohexadione-calcium inhibits apple, but not peach tree growth, but has little influence on apple fruit thinning or quality HortScience 34 1205 1209 Costa, G. Andreotti, M

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Amara R. Dunn, Lindsay E. Wyatt, Michael Mazourek, Stephen Reiners, and Christine D. Smart

at the Geneva site, comparatively small percentages of Pcap-NY8001–1 fruit were affected by silvering at the other two sites. Similarly, comparatively little silvering was observed on fruit from Pcap-NY8007–1 at the Geneva and Geneva-P sites, but the

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W. Garrett Owen and Roberto G. Lopez

all significantly influenced a change in leaf color and intensity for all varieties ( Table 2 ). For ‘Magenta’, exposure to as little as 3 d of 100 µmol·m −2 ·s −1 of 0:100 or 50:50 red:blue light resulted in darker leaves ( Table 3 ). Maximum foliage