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Polyamines and fruit set in trees of Prunus cerasus L


, : Polyamines and fruit set in trees of Prunus cerasus L. Acta Horticulturae ( 239): 383-386

Trees of the sour cherry Schattenmorelle on F12/1 rootstocks showed great tree-to-tree variability in fruit set. Within each tree the upper branches had a higher fruit set than the lower branches. These differences were associated with variation of ovule longevity.

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