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3816Journal Article Reference 1 of 1624
Title
New watermelon resistant to Fusarium, southern root-knot nematode
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Delta Farm Press Exclusive Insight, 2019, N.PAG, Penton Media, Inc
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3310Journal Article Reference 2 of 1624
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1925Journal Article Reference 3 of 1624
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Title
Effects of watermelon grafting on fruit yield and quality
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HortScience, 2005, 40, 3, 871-871
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3649Journal Article Reference 4 of 1624
Title
Standardisation of grafting in bitter gourd (Momordica charantia L.)
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3817Journal Article Reference 5 of 1624
Title
Studies on Water use Efficiency of Grafted and Non-Grafted Melon Plants Grown Under Two Soilless Culture Systems
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Egyptian Journal of Agricultural Research, 2018, 96, 4, 1437-1456, Egyptian National Agricultural Library (ENAL)
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3912Journal Article Reference 6 of 1624
Title
Effect of grafting and different EC levels of saline irrigation water on growth, yield and fruit quality of tomato (lycopersicon esculentum) in greenhouse
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Plant Arch, 2019, 19, 3021-3027
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982Journal Article Reference 7 of 1624
Title
Effects of Air Temperature Soil Temperature and Soil Moisture on Growth and Development of Tomato itself and Grafted on its Own and Eggplant Rootstock
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Sci.Hortic.(Amst.), 1975, 3, 1, 65-74
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140Journal Article Reference 8 of 1624
Title
Influence of Grafting on Growth, Development and some Physiological Parameters of Tomatoes under Controlled Heat Stress Conditions
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3380Journal Article Reference 9 of 1624
Title
Evaluation of Phytophthora root rot- and bacterial wilt-resistant inbred lines and their crosses for use as rootstocks in pepper (Capsicum annuum L.)
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Hortic.Environ.Biotechnol., 2016, 57, 6, 598-605, KOREAN SOC HORTICULTURAL SCIENCE, JEOLLABUK-DO; C/O NATL INST HORTICULTURAL & HERBAL SCIENCE, 100, NONGSAENGMYEONG-RO, ISEO-MYEON, WANJU-GUN, JEOLLABUK-DO, 565-852, SOUTH KOREA
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2082Journal Article Reference 10 of 1624
Title
Graft induced genetic changes and its mechanism in bell pepper (Capsicum annuum) - a review
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Agricultural Reviews, 2009, 30, 4, 283-292, Agricultural Research Communication Centre, Karnal
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1856Journal Article Reference 11 of 1624
Title
Influence of Terbacil, Halosulfuron, Clomazone, and S-Metolachlor on Grafted Seedless Watermelon
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HortScience, 2010, 45, 8, S268-S269
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1966Journal Article Reference 12 of 1624
Title
Various technological interventions to meet vegetable production challenges in view of climatic change
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Asian Journal of Horticulture, 2010, 5, 2, 523-529, Hind Agri-Horticultural Society, Muzaffarnagar
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2018Journal Article Reference 13 of 1624
Title
Enhancing off-season production through grafted tomato technology
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Philippine Journal of Crop Science, 2002, 27, 2, 3-8, Crop Science Society of the Philippines, College
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1976Journal Article Reference 14 of 1624
Title
Farmers' field school: a new medium for disseminating the new grafted-tomato technology for off-season production
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Philippine Journal of Crop Science, 2005, 30, 3, 3-11, Crop Science Society of the Philippines, College
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141Journal Article Reference 15 of 1624
Title
Effect of genotype and graft type on the hydraulic characteristics and water relations of grafted melon
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3888Journal Article Reference 16 of 1624
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Title
Role of vegetable grafting in the control of abiotic stresses and effects on yield and quality
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2019, Università di Catania
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1412Journal Article Reference 17 of 1624
Title
Fungal species that cause powdery mildew in greenhouse-grown cucumber and melon in Parana State, Brazil
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Acta Scientiarum-Agronomy, 2012, 34, 3, 247-252
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247Journal Article Reference 18 of 1624
Title
Physiological responses of grafted-cucumber leaves and rootstock roots affected by low root temperature
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Scientia Horticulturae, 1999, 81, 4, 397-408
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3527Journal Article Reference 19 of 1624
Title
Grafting as a Method to Increase the Tolerance Response of Bell Pepper to Extreme Temperatures
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Vadose Zone J., 2018, 17, 1, UNSP 170006, SOIL SCI SOC AMER, MADISON; 677 SOUTH SEGOE ROAD, MADISON, WI 53711 USA
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3913Generic Reference 20 of 1624
Title, Primary
Grafting as a Method to Increase the Tolerance Response of Bell Pepper to Extreme Temperatures
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Vadose Zone Journal, 2018, 17, 1, 12
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3914Generic Reference 21 of 1624
Title, Primary
Physiology and metabolism of grafted bell pepper in response to low root-zone temperature
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Functional plant biology, 2019, 46, 4, 339-349, CSIRO Publishing
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2327Book, Section Reference 22 of 1624
Section Title
Molecular analysis of graft-induced variant strain in pepper (Capsicum annuum L.)
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2004, 216, European Association for Research on Plant Breeding (EUCARPIA), Wageningen
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737Journal Article Reference 23 of 1624
Title
Making a friend from a foe: expressing a GroEL gene from the whitefly Bemisia tabaci in the phloem of tomato plants confers resistance to tomato yellow leaf curl virus
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Arch.Virol., 2007, 152, 7, 1323-1339
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3915Generic Reference 24 of 1624
Title, Primary
Evaluation of Solanum species for resistance to Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus using chip grafting assay
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Scientia horticulturae, 2019, 256, Elsevier B.V
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3916Generic Reference 25 of 1624
Title, Primary
Occurrence, identification and transmission of the phytoplasma associated with tomato big bud disease and identification of its vector and weed host in Pakistan
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