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Determination of relationship between fruit cracking and some physiological responses, leaf characteristics and nutritional status of some pomegranate varieties



Determination of relationship between fruit cracking and some physiological responses, leaf characteristics and nutritional status of some pomegranate varieties



Options Mediterraneennes Serie A, Seminaires Mediterraneens ( 42): 87-92



Pomegranate (Punica granatum) is a drought resistant fruit species and is well adapted to the Mediterranean conditions. The differences among the cultivars in respect to fruit cracking, an important physiological disorder, seems to be significant. Studies were conducted on six pomegranate varieties: two classified as sensitive to cracking (Koycegiz and Siyah), two resistant to cracking (Kadi and Lefon) and two intermediate (Cekirdeksiz Seedless and Feyiz).

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