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The influence of growth regulators on fruit development of sweet cherry

, : The influence of growth regulators on fruit development of sweet cherry. Acta Horticulturae (34): 317-320

Daminozide treatment strongly increased the colouring of cherry fruits and reduced uneven ripening; sugar content and fruit development were also stimulated, though to a lesser extent than anthocyanin synthesis. The treatment also increased the ratio by weight of fruit pulp to stone by 10-20 %. The treated fruits were heavier, longer, broader and thicker, but the dimensions of the stones did not change.

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