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A descriptive model for peach fruit growth


, : A descriptive model for peach fruit growth. Advances in Horticultural Science 14(1): 19-22

A descriptive model for peach fruit growth is proposed. Using several qualitative considerations, mathematical expressions for a fruit diameter curve and fruit weight curve were obtained.

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