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language
jpn
Author
Ikeda, Daisuke
Description
Lateral shoot growth generated at leaf axils was investigated in indeterminate and determinate tomatoes (Solanum lycopersicum L.) during spring and autumn-winter cultivation. In indeterminate cultivars, the lateral shoots at the first and second nodes below the terminal flower bud grew longer than those at the third or lower nodes in spring and at 5 weeks after transplanting in autumn-winter. In determinate cultivars, lateral shoots at the first node below the terminal flower bud were shorter than those at lower nodes. Stem lengths and lateral shoot lengths of indeterminate cultivars were longer than those of determinate cultivars. In indeterminate cultivars, the lateral shoot of the second node below the terminal flower bud was suppressed significantly by flower bud removal but not by shoot removal (the terminal flower bud and the axillary bud from first node below the terminal flower bud) compared with untreated plants. In determinate cultivars, the lateral shoot of the second node below the terminal flower bud was not promoted by flower bud removal, but was significantly promoted by shoot removal compared with untreated plants. Terminal flower bud emergence was affected during lateral shoot elongation of indeterminate cultivars, but was not affected during lateral shoot elongation of determinate cultivars.
Subject
axillary bud
lateral shoot
plant growth regulator
shoot removal
terminal flower bud
Journal Title
Environment control in biology
Volume
53
Issue
4
Start Page
189
End Page
198
ISSN
1880554X
Published Date
2015-12-01
DOI
NCID
AA12029220
Publisher
日本生物環境工学会
Publisher Aalternative
Japanese Society of Agricultural, Biological and Environmental Engineers and Scientists
NII Type
Journal Article
Rights
Copyright © 2015 Japanese Society of Agricultural, Biological and Environmental Engineers and Scientists
Gyoseki ID
e29873
OAI-PMH Set
Faculty of Life and Environmental Science
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