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The effect of temperature on parthenocarpy in tomatoes


The effect of temperature on parthenocarpy in tomatoes



Angewandte Botanik 47(3/4): 135-140



The level of genotypically influenced parthenocarpy of some outdoor bush tomatoes was correlated with changes in temperature during 3 growing seasons. The percentage of parthenocarpic fruits increased with falling temperatures. Fruits harvested fully ripe were seedless if the buds had been exposed to low temperatures 62-68 days previously. In climatic chambers plants grown at a constant day temperature of 25 deg C and night temperature of 15 deg produced 29.1 % parthenocarpic fruits.

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