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po·mol·o·gy

 (pō-mŏl′ə-jē)
n.
The scientific study and cultivation of fruit.

[Latin pōmum, fruit + -logy.]

po′mo·log′i·cal (pō′mə-lŏj′ĭ-kəl) adj.
po′mo·log′i·cal·ly adv.
po·mol′o·gist n.
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It hardly sounds from this narration as if there was anything particularly serious at stake in Stevenson's errors on "some little points of fact," and Japp's charmingly pomological, lightly erotic metaphor for the influence of Thoreau on Stevenson smacks of nothing even remotely suggesting the oedipal dramas of Bloomian anxiety: "So the Thoreau influence on Stevenson was as if a tart American wild-apple had been grafted on an English pippin, and produced a wholly new kind with the flavours of both; and here wild America and England kissed each other mouth to mouth" (Japp, Stevenson 2).
The pomological and chemical properties of pomegranate varieties reveal significant variations [6, 7].
Results of the study were published in January 2016 in the Journal of the American Pomological Society.
species, with several pomological and agronomic characteristics, are listed in the literature (Mars, 2003).
Effects of plant growth promoting bacteria on fruit set, pomological and chemical characteristics, color values and vegetative growth of sour cherry (Prunus cerasus cv.
Traditionally cultivar identification has relied on morphological pomological and agronomic characteristics of plant materials.
The objective of the present study was to evaluate pomological charactristics and also the content of phenolic compounds, vitamin C and the antioxidant activity in a selection of Kurdistan region hawthorn species.
Determination of biochemical content and some pomological characteristics of 4 hawthorn species (Crataegus spp.
Demir F and I H Kalyoncu Some nutritional, pomological and physical properties of cornelian cherry (Cornus mas L.
The two-factor field experiment was carried out in the Pomological Garden of Aleksandras Stulginskis University (formerly Lithuanian University of Agriculture) on a certified organic field (54[degrees]53'N, 23[degrees]50'E) in 2004-2011.