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development and maturation stages have also improved melon fruit texture through turgor maintenance ( Jifon and Lester, 2009 ; Lester et al., 2006 ). In situations where soil-derived nutrients are inadequate, foliar sprays can be an effective supplement

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period indicated by a steady increase in dry weight (28 to 35 DAP; Fig. 2A ) and then a late-maturation/desiccation period indicated by water loss (42 to 49 DAP; Figs. 2A and 2C ). These three periods were further subdivided into seven stages (I to VII

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10 d after 13 C labeling), rapid growth (63 d after 13 C labeling), oil conversion (129 d after 13 C labeling), and maturation (159 d after 13 C labeling). Current photoassimilates were labeled with 13 CO 2 using the method described by Shi

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developmental stages ( P < 0.0001; Fig. 2 ). Biomass accumulation peaked in the roots during vigorous leaf growth, in the leaves during leaf maturation, in the bulbs during dormancy, and in the scapes (including flowers) during flowering. Fig. 2. Biomass of

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differentiation and elongation stage and the maturation stage. During the differentiation and elongation stage, IAA signals were mainly localized in the cytoplasm and nuclei; very little signal was detected in the vacuoles and cell walls. During internode

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plum (Rosaceae), grape (Vitaceae), and citrus (Rutaceae), whereas haskap is in the honeysuckle (Caprifoliaceae) family. Biochemical maturation and abscission physiology in haskap may differ enough that these PGRs do not have the intended effect. This

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serves as a common marker for maturation level, expressed as RI. In the studied samples, RI of ‘Castellana’ olives increased from 3.10 in the fruit harvested at middle of November to 4.40 in the fruit collected at the end of December, showing a medium

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which they were included (data not shown). Starch accumulation in root cells at 10 mm from the root tip (maturation zone). Starch grains accumulated in root cells of the cortex at high salt concentrations, but there were clear differences between

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after successful pollination events ( Arditti, 1967 ). At the time of capsule maturation, the seed has a thin seedcoat and a globular-shaped embryo without an endosperm. In the natural condition, the germination of orchid seeds is dependant on the

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growth and flower bud maturation are generally suppressed ( Corbesier et al., 1998 ; King et al., 2008 ; Sheldon et al., 2000 ). Therefore, the use of supplemental lighting is critical to enhancing both production and quality under low light

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