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Effect of exogenous plant growth hormones on the changes of carbohydrates in peach bud during dormant period

Effect of exogenous plant growth hormones on the changes of carbohydrates in peach bud during dormant period

Journal of Fruit Science 19(2): 104-107

The effect of exogenous plant growth regulators on the content of carbohydrates in peach buds during the whole dormancy period was studied using the Shuguang nectarine cultivar. The results showed that the starch in the bud accumulated slowly at the earlier stage and reached the maximum content of 112.50 mg/g dry weight (DW) in the last ten days of November. The starch content was then reduced slowly for approximately 35 days and dropped sharply in the last ten days of December.

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