References on Mango

1501 Studies on the photoassimilate contribution of inflorescence-leaves towards fruit development in mango (Mangifera indica L.).
Chacko E. K., Kohli R. R., Author Affiliation: Indian Institute of Horticultural Research, Bangalore 560 080, India., 1986
First Australian mango research workshop. Proceedings. , ( 83-88 )
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1502 Vegetative growth, floral initiation and development of Kensington mango.
Scholefield P. B., Oag D. R., Sedgley M., Author Affiliation: CSIRO, Darwin, Australia., 1986
First Australian mango research workshop. Proceedings. , ( 89-95 )
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1503 Flowering and fruit set of six cultivars of mango.
Scholefield P. B., Oag D. R., Author Affiliation: CSIRO, Darwin, NT, Australia., 1986
First Australian mango research workshop. Proceedings. , ( 96-103 )
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1504 Plant genetic improvement.
Watson B. J., Winston E. C., Author Affiliation: Kamerunga Horticultural Research Station, Harley Street, Queensland 4872, Australia., 1986
First Australian mango research workshop. Proceedings. , ( 104-138 )
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1505 Mango varietal selection trials in wet tropics.
Winston E. C., Author Affiliation: Walkamin Research Station, Queensland 4872, Australia., 1986
First Australian mango research workshop. Proceedings. , ( 139-165 )
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1506 Mango varietal improvement programme in the dry tropics.
Wright R. M., Bally I. S. E., Author Affiliation: Queensland Department of Primary Industries, Bowen, Australia., 1986
First Australian mango research workshop. Proceedings. , ( 166-172 )
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1507 Flowering, maturity time, production and fruit characteristics of mango cultivars in the Northern Territory.
Scholefield P. B., Author Affiliation: CSIRO, Darwin, NT, Australia., 1986
First Australian mango research workshop. Proceedings. , ( 173-185 )
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1508 Crop management - a review.
Whiley A. W., Author Affiliation: Queensland Department of Primary Industries, PO Box 5083, Nambour 4560, Australia., 1986
First Australian mango research workshop. Proceedings. , ( 186-195 )
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1509 Intensive cultivation of the mango: can the Tatura trellis help?
Toohill B. L., Author Affiliation: Department of Agriculture, Kununurra, Western Australia 6743., 1986
First Australian mango research workshop. Proceedings. , ( 196-201 )
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1510 Mango flower induction: ethephon, potassium nitrate and cincturing.
Winston E. C., Wright R. M., Author Affiliation: Queensland Department of Primary Industries, Walkamin, Australia., 1986
First Australian mango research workshop. Proceedings. , ( 202-210 )
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1511 Mango diseases.
Peterson R. A., Author Affiliation: Queensland Department of Primary Industries, Mareeba 4880, Australia., 1986
First Australian mango research workshop. Proceedings. , ( 233-247 )
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1512 Post-harvest diseases of mango - the Queensland experience.
Muirhead I. F., Grattidge R., Author Affiliation: Queensland Department of Primary Industries, Indooroopilly 4068, Australia., 1986
First Australian mango research workshop. Proceedings. , ( 248-252 )
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1513 Postharvest physiology of mango fruit.
Chaplin G. R., Author Affiliation: CSIRO, North Ryde, NSW 2113, Australia., 1986
First Australian mango research workshop. Proceedings. , ( 261-270 )
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1514 Mango maturity investigations.
Baker I. W., Author Affiliation: NT Department of Primary Production, Australia., 1986
First Australian mango research workshop. Proceedings. , ( 271-273 )
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1515 Influence of temperature adaptation and physiological stage on the storage of 'Harimanis' mangoes.
Lam P. F., Ng K. H., Author Affiliation: Agricultural Research and Development Institute, Serdang, Selangor, Malaysia., 1986
First Australian mango research workshop. Proceedings. , ( 274-277 )
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