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Francisco Javier López-Escudero, Miguel Ángel Blanco-López, Carmen Del Río Rincón and Juan Manuel Caballero Reig

Rodríguez-Jurado, D. 1993 Interacciones huesped-parasito en la marchitez del olivo ( Olea europaea L.) inducida por Verticillium dahliae Klebs University of Córdoba Spain PhD Thesis. Rodríguez-Jurado, D. Blanco

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Ran Erel, Arnon Dag, Alon Ben-Gal, Amnon Schwartz and Uri Yermiyahu

Nutritional dynamics of olive trees flowers J. Plant Nutr. 22 245 257 Chatzissavvidis, C.A. Therios, I.N. Antonopoulou, C. 2004 Seasonal variation of nutrient concentration in two olive ( Olea europaea L

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Carmen Mena, Alejandra Z. González, Raúl Olivero-David and María Ángeles Pérez-Jiménez

, M. Limongelli, S. Febbraio, F. Vaccaro, C. Di Salle, A. La Cara, F. Nucci, R. 2002 Changes in phenolic and enzymatic activities content during fruit ripening in two Italian cultivars of Olea europaea L Plant Sci. 162 5 791 798 Caporaso, N. 2016

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Diego Barranco, Isabel Trujillo and Pilar Rallo

The cultivar Oblonga may have originated from a volunteer seedling at an orchard near Corning, Calif., about 1940. Its main virtue is its high degree of resistance to Verticillium dahliae. `Frantoio' is the main variety in Italy and has been planted worldwide because of its high content of top-quality oil. In the present study, we show that both cultivars have the same fifteen morphological and eight agronomical traits and both have amplified the same patterns for 22 RAPD primers and five SSRs. This indicates that `Oblonga' and `Frantoio' are probably the same cultivar.

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Theocharis Chatzistathis, Ioannis Therios and Dimitrios Alifragis

material (Marl, Gneiss schist., and Peridotite) and with different physicochemical properties were chosen as a medium for plant growth. Materials and Methods Plant material and soil sampling. Three-month-old rooted olive cuttings ( Olea

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Diego Barranco and Luis Rallo

The diversity and antiquity of the cultivars, their restricted distribution and the limited use of rootstocks characterize cultivated olive (Olea europaea L.) plant material in Spain. An exploration survey identified 262 different cultivars, which have been introduced in the Olive Germplasm Bank in Córdoba, Spain. Evaluation of this germplasm, field trials and a breeding program are in progress.

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Daniel Leskovar and Yahia A. Othman

fertilization Hell. Plant Protection J. 4 13 19 Tsabarducas, V. Chatzistathis, T. Therios, I. Patakas, A. 2017 How nitrogen form and concentration affect growth, nutrient accumulation and photosynthetic performance of Olea europaea L. (cv. ‘Kalamon’) Scientia

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M. Teresa Gómez-Casero, Francisca López-Granados, José M. Peña-Barragán, Montserrat Jurado-Expósito, Luis García-Torres and Ricardo Fernández-Escobar

-Torres, L. 2004 Leaf nutrient spatial variability and site-specific fertilization maps within olive ( Olea europaea L.) orchards Eur. J. Agron. 21 209 222 Marín, L. Fernández-Escobar, R. 1997 Optimization of

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Hava F. Rapoport and Luis Rallo

Fruit set and enlargement were compared for fertilized and unfertilized olive (Olea europaea L.) ovaries, the latter obtained by flower emasculation and bagging to prevent pollination. In the control population, the timing of abscission coincided with the onset of ovary expansion following fertilization. In the emasculated population, ovary expansion was only slight, and abscission was substantially delayed. Separation of the ovaries by size using graduated screens provided a useful tool for the evaluation of ovary growth.

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G.C. Martin, C. Nishijima and J.D. Early

Olive (Olea europaea L.) field experiments involving natural flower and fruit populations are fraught with variability, resulting in large coefficients of variation. We provide evidence that coefficients of variation can be reduced successfully by judiciously selecting four experimental twigs per tree and using only those twigs with an internodal growth ≥2 cm, two inflorescences per node, and that are selected from trees with near-maximum bloom density. Although counting flowers at full bloom may establish the population uniformity, only a single node; e.g., node 5, is needed for analysis. Increasing the number of trees will reduce variance more than increasing the number of twigs or nodes.