trifoliate orange


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trifoliate orange

Chinese medicine
A deciduous tree, the resinous wood of which is antidiarrhoeal, diuretic, carminative and expectorant; it is used for abdominal and chest pain, bloating, cholecystitis, diarrhoea and haemorrhoids.
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Experiment 2: The 25 % McOH fraction of BRE and MRE significantly stimulated the AMF infection percentage of trifoliate orange seedlings, as compared with the other fractions and the control treatment with AMF only (Table 2).
The mycorrhizal fungus was isolated from the rhizosphere of Lycopersicon esculentum in Shougguang China and exhibited better tolerance of trifoliate orange to salinity stress (Zou and Wu 2011).
There used to be a fence of trifoliate orange shrubs; The bleeding western sky pricked by the thorns of the shrubs left a bird's claw scratch on my side, sore and painful.
Khan IA, Roose ML (1988) Frequency and characteristics of nucellar and zygotic seedling in three cultivars of trifoliate orange.
Studies further indicated that EE-GRSP and T- GRSP were, to some extent, increased by drought stress within rhizosphere of trifoliate orange seedlings (Wu et al.
Effects of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on plant growth and osmotic adjustment matter content of trifoliate orange seedling under water stress.
It is concluded that mycorrhizal symbiosis increased root H+ effluxes and improved RSA of trifoliate orange seedlings under salt stress, which might enhance salt tolerance of the host plant.
Additionally, in trifoliate orange seedlings, AMF colonization improved tolerance to drought stress (Wu et al.
The one-layer mycorrhizal inoculation is the best for mycorrhization of trifoliate orange.
versiforme is the best effective mycorrhizal fungus in alleviating salt stress of trifoliate orange and G.
The first branch contains trifoliate orange and its hybrids Citromello and Carrizo and the second one contains the rest of rootstocks.