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Differences in number and area of mesocarp cells between small- and large-fruited peach cultivars



Differences in number and area of mesocarp cells between small- and large-fruited peach cultivars



Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 116(5): 861-864



The growth in diameter of large- (Loring and Suncrest) and small-fruited (Bailey and Boone County) peaches was recorded at weekly intervals from 175 days before flowering until ripening. Samples collected on 3 dates before flowering, at full bloom (FB), and on 4 dates after flowering, including ripe fruits, were sectioned and stained. Total cell count and mean cell size were determined for ovaries before flowering and mesocarp tissue after flowering.

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