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The effects of apple rootstock genotypes on mineral content of scion leaves



The effects of apple rootstock genotypes on mineral content of scion leaves



Euphytica 29(2): 477-482



The relative effects of year to year variation and rootstock genotypes on the major content of leaves of four apple scion cultivars were studied. For nitrogen and phosphorus the main source of variation was due to years. For potassium, magnesium and calcium there were significant genetic effects. The results are discussed in relation to breeding for improved efficiency in mineral uptake in apple rootstocks.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf00025148


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