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Parthenocarpy in pears as affected by physiologically active substances


Parthenocarpy in pears as affected by physiologically active substances



Ukr Botanichnii Zhurnal 34(3): 263-265, 336



Treatment of pear flowers with GA at 0.0001% or with GA + vitamin B1 or PP resulted in the production of large numbers of parthenocarpic fruits which were larger than normal fruits.

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