Evaluation of Stress-Relaxation in Fruit Tissue

@inproceedings{Sakurai1998EvaluationOS,
  title={Evaluation of Stress-Relaxation in Fruit Tissue},
  author={N. Sakurai and Donald J. Nevins},
  year={1998}
}
cupping of developing leaves, and crinkling (Fig. 5). As the rate increased, the intensity of the symptoms and the number of leaves with symptoms increased, and the stem elongation was reduced. At 60 DAT, only the highest rate produced abnormally smaller flower size than the untreated plants. At 90 DAT, growth was normal at all rates of glyphosate. Symptoms from the combination of 2,4-D and glyphosate were similar to those described earlier for the 2,4D treatment. Slight symptoms of glyphosate… CONTINUE READING