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Studies on the physiological basis of fruit thinning in peach. II. Observations on the development of the seed during the first period of fruit growth



Studies on the physiological basis of fruit thinning in peach. II. Observations on the development of the seed during the first period of fruit growth



Rivista della Ortoflorofrutticoltura Italiana 63(1): 63-69



Cytokinesis is regarded as the phase at which fruit responds best to chemical thinning. Studies on 4 freestone and 2 clingstone cvs showed that there were different patterns of endosperm development in different cvs and that cytokinesis occurred in larger fruit in freestone than in clingstone peaches. It also tended to occur in smaller fruit in early than in late-maturing cvs, and within each it occurred at different fruit sizes in different years.

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