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Dormancy and flower bud development in cherry

AuthorsFadón Adrián, Erica ; Herrero Romero, María ; Rodrigo García, Javier
Issue DateNov-2013
Citation5th International Plant Dormancy Symposium (Auckland, New Zealand. 4-7 november 2013)
AbstractFlowering is a key moment in fruit production and it just last few days in sweet cherry. However flower buds are differentiated at the end of the previous summer and further development is stopped by dormancy. The importance of the blooming dates prediction have made to develop several empirical models to determine the length of dormancy, however this models are not supported on biological bases.
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