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- Liao, Sihong, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Scientia horticulturae 2015 v.197 pp. 447-453
- Cucurbitaceae; Lycium chinense; amino acids; ascorbic acid; chlorophyll; cultivars; early development; fruit quality; fruit yield; fruits; herbs; leaves; medicinal plants; photosynthesis; pigmentation; ripening; rootstocks; salt tolerance; scions; titratable acidity; tomatoes; total soluble solids; water content
- ... Grafting has been widely used in vegetables, particularly in the plants of Solanaceae and Cucurbitaceae families because of its many significant advantages. Substantial studies have revealed that grafting can affect the yield and fruit quality of tomato through the vigorous rootstocks as reported previously. The selection of rootstocks plays an important role in improving the fruit yield and quali ...
- Liao, Sihong, et al. Show all 8 Authors
- Phytochemistry 2015 v.116 pp. 180-187
- Epimedium; Oriental traditional medicine; chemotypes; domestication; genetic variation; glycosides; icariin; secondary metabolites; China
- ... Different geographical plant populations within a single species can exhibit variation, in the production of secondary metabolites. Genetic and environmental variations both contribute to differences between populations; however, the relative importance of these factors is unclear. Here, the extent of variation in the production of four flavonoid glycosides (epimedin A, B, C and icariin) were inve ...