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production of peach ( P. persica ) and other Prunus species worldwide mainly as a result of tree mortality ( Haygood et al., 1986 ; Kephart and Dunegan, 1948 ; Kouyeas, 1971 ; Stylianides et al., 1985 ). In the southeastern United States, the disease is

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Commercial Prunus stone fruit and nut species, including peach [ P. persica (L.) Batsch], plum ( P. domestica L. and P. salicina Lindl.), cherry ( P. avium L. and P. cerasus L.), apricot ( P. armeniaca L.), and almond ( P. dulcis Mill

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mechanisms involved in resistance of salinity, as suggested by Byrt and Munns (2008) . This is an objective of the present study, which examines different degrees of salt stress tolerance in the related species of the genus Prunus . Abiotic stress tolerance

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This paper describes a laboratory exercise for overcoming dormancy requirements of seeds of ‘Nemaguard’ peach [Prunus domestica (L.) Batsch] through selected mechanical, chemical, and environmental treatments.

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Prunus azorica (Hort. ex Mouillef.) Rivas Mart., Lousã, Fern. Prieto, E. Dias, J.C. Costa, and C. Aguiar, commonly named Azorean cherry or “ginja-do-mato,” is an endangered tree endemic to the Azores, Portugal. It is currently found in São Miguel

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of different Prunus species and genotypes to different Armillaria species. Proffer et al. (1988) tested Mahaleb (cherry), Mazzard (cherry), and 17 hybrid Prunus rootstocks and results suggested that Mazzard rootstock was less susceptible to

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Prunus salicina Lindl. is native to Yunan and distributed in southwestern provinces in China where it has been cultivated for many years. Gummosis is a global disease, which occurs mainly on the tree trunk, main branch, and the collateral. At the

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Among the cultivated hardy trees and shrubs of North America, five subgenera are defined for Prunus by Rehder (1940) , among which are the species of Amygdalus . This subgenus includes peach ( P. persica ), a widely grown tree fruit throughout

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domains structure map of DELLA proteins. ( B ) Gene structure maps of PmDELLA1 and PmDELLA2 . ( C ) Multiple alignments results of the deduced amino sequences of DELLA in Prunus mume (PmDELLA1 and PmDELLA2), Malus × domestica ( MdRGL1a , MdRGL2a

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Prunus laurocerasus (common or English cherrylaurel) is an evergreen shrub or small tree in Rosaceae generally used as a hedge or screen. This species is a cytological anomaly due to its high ploidy (2 n = 22 x = 176; Meurman, 1929 ). Common

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