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The effect of flowering date and temperature on embryo development in sweet cherry (Prunus avium L.)



The effect of flowering date and temperature on embryo development in sweet cherry (Prunus avium L.)



Netherlands Journal of Agricultural Science 26(1): 13-30



Experiments involving the exposure of the early variety Kassins Fruhe and the late-ripening seedling rootstock Limburgse Boskriek to temperatures of 14-23 deg C during fruit development, and of the very early variety Fruheste der Mark (Earliest of the Marches) and Kassins Fruhe to low-temperature shocks during their incubation at 17 and 20 deg C, are described, and reanalysed field data on the embryo quality of 15 varieties during 1954-65 are presented.

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