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Horticultural Research (Japan)
The effect of global warming on the flowering of satsuma mandarin grown in Japan was investigated in eight cultivars. In a green house that simulated a warming condition, flowers tended to bloom early and flowering periods were prolonged in all cultivars. Increase in leafless flower in the green house caused an increase in the total number of flowers compared to those in the open-field, especially in early-or very early-maturing cultivars. The ratio of the starch concentration to totaldoi:10.2503/hrj.9.143 fatcat:cno2zn3uafcn5pcaz47f7i75ky