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Gayle M. Volk, Adam D. Henk, Christopher M. Richards, Philip L. Forsline and C. Thomas Chao

botanical variety of M. dasyphylla . Furthermore, M. kirghisorum is described as distinct from M. sieversii because it grows adjacent to relic Juglans regia forests as part of a mesophilous Turgai forest flora with a limited range in Dzhungareskei and

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Craig Brodersen, Cody Narciso, Mary Reed and Ed Etxeberria

reveals site-specific gene responses associated to sucrose transport and metabolism Plant Cell Environ. 36 343 355 Schaad, N.W. Wilson, E.E. 1970 Pathological anatomy of the bacterial phloem canker disease of Juglans regia Can. J. Bot. 48 1055 1060

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Inga A. Zasada, Thomas W. Walters and John N. Pinkerton

relatively short half-life in soil ( Oka et al., 2008a ). Another grouping of nematicides includes plant-based products, including furfural (2-furancarboxaldehyde), saponins of soapbark, and extracts of walnut ( Juglans regia ). Furfural is a liquid found in

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

, M. Lacointe, A. Ameglio, T. 2011 Are budburst dates, dormancy and cold acclimation in walnut trees ( Juglans regia L.) under mainly genotypic or environmental control? Intl. J. Biometeorol. 55 763 774 Chung, U. Mack, L. Yun, J.I. Kim, S.H. 2011

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Bruce W. Wood

application and fruit ripening was enough to have no detectable effect on shuck split (based on visual observations). Discussion The ability of AVG, as ReTain, to enhance pecan fruit retention is consistent with similar effects on certain walnut ( Juglans

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Theocharis Chatzistathis, Ioannis Therios and Dimitrios Alifragis

constitute a detoxification mechanism to olive trees, protecting the above-ground part of the tree from Mn toxicity. Under Mn excess/toxicity conditions also, other plant species such as Mentha spicata , Citrus sp., Pseudoaccacia sp., Juglans regia

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Michael W. Smith, Bruce W. Wood and William R. Raun

., 1996 ). Most N used during the initial spring canopy growth flush and flowering in pistachio ( Weinbaum et al., 1994 ) and walnut ( Juglans regia L.) ( Weinbaum and Van Kessel, 1998 ) was from storage pools. Some have conjectured that heavy crop

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Lili Dong, Qi Wang, Feng Xiong, Na Liu and ShuiMing Zhang

zibethinus DzMAX1 (XP_022731995.1), Theobroma cacao TcMAX1 (XP_007012311.1), Gossypium arboreum GaMAX1 (XP_017619614.1), Ziziphus jujuba ZjMAX1 (XP_015884519), Prunus avium PaMAX1 (XP_021823617.1), Rosa chinensis RcMAX1 (XP_024165263.1), Juglans

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Hadi Susilo, Ying-Chun Peng and Yao-Chien Alex Chang

., 2005 )], and the fruiting spurs of walnut [ Juglans regia ( Youssefi et al., 2000 )] are all strong sinks for N from recent fertilizer uptake during the current growing season. Results from our work provide further confirmation to the general consensus

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Zhipei Feng, Xitian Yang, Hongyan Liang, Yuhua Kong, Dafeng Hui, Jiabao Zhao, Erhui Guo and Beibei Fan

. Jacobs, D.F. Tani, A. 2015 Container effects on growth and biomass allocation in Quercus robur and Juglans regia seedlings Scand. J. For. Res. 30 401 415 Marler, T. Musser, C. 2016 Chemical and air pruning of roots influence post-transplant root