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The columnar growth habit of apple trees (Malus × domestica Borkh.) is a unique plant architecture phenotype that arose as a bud sport mutation of a McIntosh tree in the 1960s. The mutation (“Co gene”) led to trees (McIntosh Wijcik) with thick, upright main stems and short internodes that generate short fruit spurs instead of long lateral branches. Although(More)
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