Abraham H. Halevy

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Pollination initiates a syndrome of developmental events that contribute to successful reproduction, including perianth senescence, changes in pigmentation, and ovule differentiation in preparation for impending fertilization. In orchid flowers, initiation of each of these processes in distinct floral organs is strictly and coordinately controlled by(More)
Most edible crops have been introduced into cultivation thousands of years ago. There are only a few new edible plants in the contemporary western horticulture, such as pecan, blueberry, and kiwifruit, but even these plants have been cultivated since ancient days by local farmers in their native region. This is not the case with ornamental crops. Many of(More)
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