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Internal decline of Lemons. II. Growth rate, water content, and acidity of lemons at different stages of maturity



Internal decline of Lemons. II. Growth rate, water content, and acidity of lemons at different stages of maturity



Amer. Journ. of Botany. 10: 3, 117-126



A series of experiments was conducted at Corona, Upland, and Riverside (California), on Eureka lemon trees of varying ages, to determine the possible bearing on the aetiology of internal decline, of (a) the rate of increase in size, as influenced by climatic and seasonal changes and the time of year at which the fruit is set, and of (b) the increase in acidity and water content of the fruits at different stages of development.

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