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Respiration of citrus plants in relation to frost resistance



Respiration of citrus plants in relation to frost resistance



Subtropicheskie Kul' tury (5): 49-55



The highest respiration rates in lemons and mandarins were observed in immature leaves and young shoots. Respiration decreased with age but frost hardiness increased. Mandarin trees were more frost resistant than lemon trees and this was correlated with the lower respiration rates of the former. Optimal temperatures for leaf and root respiration in citrus trees were 30-35 and 35-40 deg C, respectively.

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