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|Title:||Partitioning of 14C-assimilate between sources and sinks in the monopodial orchid Aranda Tay Swee Eng|
|Authors:||Clifford, P.E. |
|Keywords:||Aranda Tay Swee Eng|
|Source:||Clifford, P.E.,Neo, H.H.,Hew, C.S. (1992-03). Partitioning of 14C-assimilate between sources and sinks in the monopodial orchid Aranda Tay Swee Eng. Annals of Botany 69 (3) : 209-212. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||Aranda Tay Swee Eng, an orchid hybrid with monopodial growth habit, has a highly integrated source-sink assimilate partitioning pattern. The current inflorescence receives assimilate from many rather than a few leaves, the vegetative apical shoot competes with the inflorescence for assimilate supply in the upper shoot, and the fully-expanded leaves themselves constitute a major sink for assimilate. Implications of these findings for improvement of harvestable yield in monopodial orchids are discussed. © 1992.|
|Source Title:||Annals of Botany|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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