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Olive antioxidants under climatic conditions
Acta Scientiarum Polonorum Hortorum Cultus
Climate change has become a widespread serious phenomenon. Its effects are related to variability in local climates rather than in global climatic patterns. Mediterranean countries are the most concerned where olive tree constitutes one of the most dynamic cultivations. This work focuses on the research for new indicators of the adaptation of the olive tree to several climatic conditions. 'Chemlali' and 'Chetoui' represent the primary Tunisian olive tree cultivars. To adapt to differentdoi:10.24326/asphc.2021.5.5 fatcat:3m3bphbtovbhjptpim5bp2tczu