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The role of the meristems in the development of the fruit tree


  • Crabbe, J. , Planchon, V. & Hasnaoui, A. (1995). The role of the meristems in the development of the fruit tree. Fruit Belge, 63: (455),
Type Journal Article
Year 1995
Title The role of the meristems in the development of the fruit tree
Journal Fruit Belge
Recnumber 291
Volume 63
Issue 455
Endnote Keywords meristems|apical dominance|buds|dormancy|flowering|plant development|apples|development|physiology|plant|
Abstract The development of a fruit tree depends ultimately on the activities of the apical meristems of its aboveground parts. Using the apple as an example, an account is given of the shoot meristems, the rhythm of development modulated by competition between meristems and the organs that form from them, buds and dormancy, the induction of flowering, and the integration of these activities in the whole tree. The developmental structure of a Cox's Orange Pippin tree at 4 years is illustrated diagrammatically.
Notes Journal article French 6 fig.
Author address Centre d'Etude de la Reproduction Vegetale (IRSIA), Faculte des Sciences Agronomiques de Gembloux, Belgium.
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Authors Crabbe, J. , Planchon, V. & Hasnaoui, A.