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- Fernandez, F.; Juarez, J.; Bernabe, A. J.; Garcia, F. J.; Gomez, J. M.
- Acta horticulturae 2019 no.1230 pp. 73-84
- harvesting, etc ; Citrus; Glomus; Rhizophagus irregularis; color; cultivars; fruits; gas exchange; hyphae; irrigation systems; lemons; mycelium; mycorrhizal fungi; nutrient uptake; photosynthesis; physiological response; plant nutrition; plantations; roots; soil; stomatal conductance; tangerines; vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizae; water use efficiency; Spain; Show all 25 Subjects
- ... Arbuscular mycorrhizae (AM) are symbiotic associations between fungi of the Phylum Glomeromycota and most plants, and has direct benefits for plant nutrition, increased exploration of the soil and greater nutrient uptake through the hyphae and roots. The goal was to study the use of Glomus iranicum var. tenuihypharum (GIT) in different cultivars and species of citrus. The first experiment was aime ...
- Carmona, L.; Alquezar, B.; Tarraga, S.; Pena, L.
- Acta horticulturae 2019 no.1230 pp. 51-58
- harvesting, etc ; Citrus sinensis; anthocyanins; biosynthesis; blood; cold; color; cultivars; fruits; genes; human health; medicinal properties; orange juice; orange pulp; oranges; phytonutrients; pigmentation; postharvest storage; proteins; proteome; storage temperature; subtropics; synergism; Brazil; Show all 24 Subjects
- ... Anthocyanins are a subclass of flavonoid pigments with important therapeutic properties beneficial to human health. Blood oranges are rich in these pigments, which present synergistic effects (i.e., anti-inflammatory and anti-obesity) with other orange juice phytonutrients. Anthocyanin biosynthesis is cold induced in blood citrus cultivars, requiring a broad day/night thermal range to get purple p ...