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Saadat Sarikhani Khorami, Kazem Arzani, Ghasem Karimzadeh, Abdolali Shojaeiyan and Wilco Ligterink

, A. Roozban, M.R. 2008 Morphological variation among Persian walnut ( Juglans regia ) genotypes from central Iran N. Z. J. Crop Hort. Sci. 36 159 168 Aslantas, R. 2006 Identification of superior walnut ( Juglans regia ) genotypes in north

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Reza Amiri, Kourosh Vahdati, Somayeh Mohsenipoor, Mohammad Reza Mozaffari and Charles Leslie

Persian walnut ( Juglans regia L.), widely cultivated for nut production, is an ancient species ( Fjellstrom and Parfitt, 1994 ; Vahdati, 2000 ) originating in areas of Central Asia, including Iran. Wild trees of this species are widely dispersed

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Azadeh Behrooz, Kourosh Vahdati, Farhad Rejali, Mahmoud Lotfi, Saadat Sarikhani and Charles Leslie

Walnuts ( Juglans regia L.) are the third most important nut crop in terms of world trade and the second most important nut crop (after cashews) in the world in terms of production ( Food and Agriculture Organization, 2017 ). This nut tree is

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Jiyu Zhang, Min Wang, Zhenghai Mo, Gang Wang and Zhongren Guo

.1 software with 1000 replication bootstrap tests. The accession numbers of the protein sequences used in this study are as follows: Juglans regia , JrAG (CAC38764); Corylus heterophylla , ChMADS1 (AEU08497); Prunus persica , PpMADS4 (AAU29513

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Madhulika Sagaram, Leonardo Lombardini and L.J. Grauke

walnut ( Juglans regia L.; (250–450 stomata/mm 2 ) ( Bongi and Paris, 2006 ), but greater than those reported for other temperate climate trees, such as olive ( Olea europaea L.; 270–350 stomata/mm 2 ) and stone pine ( Pinus pinea L.; 280–345 stomata

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Rui Zhang, Fang-Ren Peng, Dong-Liang Le, Zhuang-Zhuang Liu, Hai-Yang He, You-Wang Liang, Peng-Peng Tan, Ming-Zhuo Hao and Yong-Rong Li

( Serdar, 2009 )], mango [ Mangifera indica ( Kaur and Malhi, 2006 )], nutmeg [ Myristica fragrans ( Haldankar et al., 1999 )], and walnut [ Juglans regia ( Gandev and Arnaudov, 2011 ; Suk-In et al., 2006 )]. The objective of this study was to test if

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Kourosh Vahdati, Zeinab Maleki Asayesh, Sasan Aliniaeifard and Charles Leslie

-generating chemicals isolated from the medium. Persian walnut ( Juglans regia L.) was chosen for this study because of 1) difficulties in its propagation through vegetative reproduction ( Aviles et al., 2010 ); 2) the commercial importance of mass

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Bekir Şan, Adnan Nurhan Yildirim and Fatma Yildirim

Kaur, R. Sharma, N. Kumar, K. Sharma, D.R. Sharma, S.D. 2006 In vitro germination of walnut ( Juglans regia L.) embryos Sci. Hort. 109 385 388 Ledbetter, C.A. Palmquist, D.A. Peterson, S.J. 1998 Germination and net in vitro growth of peach, almond

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Anita Solar, Jerneja Jakopič, Robert Veberič and Franci Štampar

walnut ( Juglans regia L.) Acta Hort. 442 21 31 Greene, D.W. 1999 Tree growth management and fruit quality of apple trees treated with prohexadione–calcium (BAS 125) HortScience 34 1209 1212

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Dewayne L. Ingram and Charles R. Hall

depletion, and acidification potential for the production of a 2-year-old walnut ( Juglans regia ) seedling as 0.229 kg CO 2 e, 0.57 kg PO 4 e, 4.01 × 10 −7 kg CFC-11e, and 0.844 SO 2 e, respectively. Compared with the redbud liner, the GWP of the walnut