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Topographic, histological and physiological studies on premature fruit drop in sweet cherries (Pr. avium L.)



Topographic, histological and physiological studies on premature fruit drop in sweet cherries (Pr. avium L.)



Topographische, histologische und physiologische Untersuchungen uber den vorzeitigen Fruchtfall bei Susskirschen Pr avium L: 105



Studies were made on Schneiders Spate Knorpelkirsche (Schneider's Late Bigarreau) (SSK), Haumuller (H) and Grosse Germersdorfer (GG), all of which have a strong tendency to shed fruits in the third period of fruit drop, and Hedelfinger Riesenkirsche (Hedelfingen Giant cherry) (HR), Buttners Rote Knorpelkirsche (Buttner's Red Bigarreau) (BRK) and Grosse Schwarze Knorpelkirsche (Large Black Bigarreau) (GSK), which have only a slight tendency.

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