Transcriptome profile analysis of flowering molecular processes of early flowering trifoliate orange
mutant and the wild-type [Poncirus trifoliate, (L.) Raf.] by massively parallel signature sequencing.
In this background, the purpose of the present study was conducted to evaluate AMF effects on plant growth, root morphology, and root hormone levels of trifoliate orange
A total of 526 dooryard, 18 varietal block, and 784 commercial citrus trees representing at least 18 species in the genus Citrus which were sampled including the following genera: Citrus Fortunella (kumquats) and Poncirus (Trifoliate orange
) were sampled in 17 central and southern Florida counties between May 2009 and Apr 2014 (Table 1).
A simple and efficient gene transfer system of trifoliate orange
(Poncirus trifoliate Raf.).
The purpose of this study is to investigate AMF stimulatory substances in roots of 'Amanatsu' orange plants under stress conditions (salinity, aluminum or water stress), and to compare the influence of different fractions from the bahiagrass and millet root extracts on the AMF colonization of trifoliate orange
Six plots where citrus trees (Satsuma Mandarin), respectively, were grafted on trifoliate orange
(3 replicated plots, T1~T3) or red tangerine (3 replicated plots, R1~R3) were selected in citrus orchards.
Efficiencies of five arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in alleviating salt stress of trifoliate orange
Through the fence of trifoliate orange
shrubs I saw Japanese yellow roses in winter.
In Florida, researchers have found that trifoliate orange
rootstock has some natural resistance to huanglongbing disease.
Bushes/Shrubs/Hedges: Russian Pomegranate, Jostaberry, Che Fruit, Flying Dragon Trifoliate Orange
, Rugosa Roses
Isozyme analysis has been used to identify nucellar and zygotic embryos (Torres et al., 1982) and trifoliate orange
cultivars (Khan and Roose, 1988; Fang et al., 1997).
The primers with (AG) and (GA) repeats have also been found to produce clear band profiles in rice (Joshi et al., 2000; Sarla et al., 2005), trifoliate orange
(Fang et al., 1997) and chickpea (Ratnaparkhe et al., 1998).