Maximum pollen tube length (μm) and cardinal temperatures for pollen tube length of eight almond species (Prunus L. spp.) in response to temperature
The pollen tube length was between 860 and 1,490 μm with an
average of 1,212 μm (Table 3). .
spp.) differed significantly in pollen tube length at optimum
temperatures (Table 3).
that had high variation in pollen tube length and cardinal
temperatures for pollen tube growth (Table 3).
scoparia with an average of 44.4°C (Table 3). .
The average cardinal temperatures for pollen tube growth were
14.48°C (T min), 25.3°C (T opt) and 44.4°C (T
max) (Table 3)..
Lycioides with an average of 58% (Table 3).
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