Prunus salicina

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Noun1.Prunus salicina - small tree of China and Japan bearing large yellow to red plums usually somewhat inferior to European plums in flavor
plum, plum tree - any of several trees producing edible oval fruit having a smooth skin and a single hard stone
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In Japanese plums (Prunus salicina), some authors also verified increase in fruit size by the application of Ethephon 30 DAFB (PAVANELLO; AYUB, 2012); (PAVANELLO; AYUB, 2014).
Postharvest cold storage-induced oxidative stress in Japanese plums (Prunus salicina Lindl.
Zhu, "Combined effects of aqueous chlorine dioxide and ultrasonic treatments on postharvest storage quality of plum fruit (Prunus salicina L.)," Postharvest Biology and Technology, vol.
As the plant material, 5-years old 9 Black Beauty' (Prunus salicina Lindell) trees grafted on myrobalan (Prunus ceresifera Ehrh.) rootstock and trained as modified leader system were selected.
Influences of cross pollination on pollen tube growth and fruit set in Zuili Plums (Prunus salicina).
A ameixeira (Prunus salicina Lindl) frequentemente apresenta alta intensidade de florescimento e este excesso permanecendo na planta ate a colheita resultara em frutos pequenos e de baixa qualidade comercial, podendo quebrar os ramos e reduzir o florescimento do ano seguinte.
O objetivo neste trabalho foi avaliar o efeito do estresse provocado pelo deficit hidrico e pelo alagamento do solo na atividade fotossintetica de plantas de ameixeira (Prunus salicina Lindh.) cultivar 'America', cultivadas em casa de vegetacao.
America (Prunus salicina) found fall in the photosynthetic parameters evaluated from the fourth and fifth day of stress, however, on the contrary of the observed in this study with cultivar 'Julior', the plum tree 'America' demonstrated more serious consequences for the water deficit treatment as compared with flooding.