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interactions could lead to loss of fruit quality, reduced yield, and shortened shelf life ( Gaion et al., 2018 ). Research is thus needed to obtain a comprehensive understanding of vegetative and generative rootstocks to optimize rootstock-scion synergy

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concentrations ( Moreno et al., 2019 ; Nicoletto et al., 2013 ; Riga et al., 2016 ), and increases in titratable acidity (TA) ( Khah et al., 2006 ; Turhan et al., 2011 ). Scion × rootstock × environment interactions also influence fruit quality traits

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improved ( Thomas et al. 2020 , 2017 ). Because the effects of particular rootstocks on different winegrape cultivar production and quality across diverse environments have not been widely tested, it is important to understand the scion cultivar-rootstock

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, especially considering the continuous development of new rootstocks with disease resistance packages and vigorous growth characteristics and the various possible rootstock–scion combinations. Further research is clearly needed to understand the complex

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the scion caused by exposure to suboptimal T are also not expected. This hypothesis is further strengthened by findings indicating that use of rootstocks with a vigorous root system results in increased nutrient and water uptake, thereby enhancing the

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Southwest Florida Research and Education Center in Immokalee, FL (lat. 26.463663 N, long. 81.443892 W). At the time of the first injection, the average tree height was 132 cm; the average scion and rootstock trunk diameter measured 5 cm above and below the

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strategies using tomato rootstock cultivars primarily derived from the wild species Solanum habrochaites or Solanum hirsutum ( Eguchi et al., 2016b ; Zhao et al., 2008 ). Recently, Cruz et al. (2022) and Cruz and Gómez (2022 ) identified various

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., 2016 ). A comprehensive study of the experimental parameters that influence the regeneration efficiency of citrus rootstocks and scions is available ( Niedz et al., 2015 ). Disease resistance, seedlessness, and flesh pigmentation are probably the

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