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Frost dehardening and rehardening of floral buds of deciduous azaleas are influenced by genotypic biogeography
Author(s): S. R. Kalberer, N. Leyva-Estrada, S. L. Krebs and R. Arora
Publication Type: Article
Journal: Environmental and Experimental Botany
Article Topic(s): Provenance,Climate change
Research Setting(s): Laboratory
Species Referenced: Rhododendron canescens (Mountain azalea),
AbstractStudies the influence of provenance on floral bud dehardening and rehardening in nine genotypes of deciduous azaleas from eight provenances. All tested genotypes rehardened in response to cold even after 8 days of dehardening.
Suggested CitationS. R. Kalberer, N. Leyva-Estrada, S. L. Krebs and R. Arora. "Frost dehardening and rehardening of floral buds of deciduous azaleas are influenced by genotypic biogeography." Environmental and Experimental Botany 59.3 (2007): 264-275.