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- Gholami, Rahmatollah; Zahedi, Seyed Morteza
- Journal of plant nutrition 2019 v.42 no.17 pp. 2057-2069
- Olea europaea, etc ; calcium; drought; drought tolerance; environmental factors; fruit yield; fruits; genotype; irrigation rates; leaves; oils; olives; physiological response; potassium; reproductive traits; semiarid zones; water content; water stress; water use efficiency; Iran; Middle East; Show all 21 Subjects
- ... Drought is currently one of the most severe abiotic factors limiting agricultural production. The high rates of population growth and global warming are expected to further exacerbate the threat of drought, especially in areas with a semi-arid climate as in the Middle East region. Selecting genotypes for improved drought tolerance has long been of interest for those involved in horticulture. The p ...
- Roussos, P. A.; Dimou, A.; Assimakopoulou, A.; Gasparatos, D.; Kostelenos, G.; Bouchaghier, P.; Argyrokastritis, I.
- Journal of plant nutrition 2019 v.42 no.18 pp. 2269-2286
- Olea europaea, etc ; calcium; cultivars; fruit trees; genotype; irrigation; leaves; nutrient content; nutrients; olives; potassium; roots; salinity; salt tolerance; sodium; stems; Mediterranean region; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... Olive is the most important fruit tree species grown in Mediterranean basin, where many times it grows under saline conditions, due to irrigation with low quality water. Olive response to salinity is cultivar dependent and the evaluation of native genotypes is an important tool in finding tolerant genetic material. For this reason, five Greek olive cultivars, i.e. “Koroneiki”, “Gaidourelia”, “Lefk ...