2007
DOI: 10.1590/s1677-04202007000400007
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Abstract: Mango flowering involves hormonal regulation of shoot initiation and induction events resulting in reproductive shoot formation. A balance or ratio of endogenously regulated phytohormones, thought to be auxin from leaves and cytokinins from roots, appears to govern the initiation cycle independently from inductive influences. Induction of reproductive or vegetative shoots is thought to be governed by the ratio of a temperature-regulated florigenic promoter and an age regulated vegetative promoter at the time o… Show more

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“…This was the first demonstration of such a response in a recurrent flushing tree species. The same effect has since been shown for avocado, Persea americana (Olesen, 2005), macadamia, Macadamia integrifolia (Olesen, 2005;Wilkie et al, 2010), and mango, Mangifera indica (Davenport, 2007;Wilkie et al, 2008b;Ramírez and Davenport, 2010). It is likely that this response will apply to other evergreen, recurrent flushing trees (Olesen, 2005;Wilkie et al, 2008a).…”
Section: Introductionsupporting
confidence: 54%
“…This was the first demonstration of such a response in a recurrent flushing tree species. The same effect has since been shown for avocado, Persea americana (Olesen, 2005), macadamia, Macadamia integrifolia (Olesen, 2005;Wilkie et al, 2010), and mango, Mangifera indica (Davenport, 2007;Wilkie et al, 2008b;Ramírez and Davenport, 2010). It is likely that this response will apply to other evergreen, recurrent flushing trees (Olesen, 2005;Wilkie et al, 2008a).…”
Section: Introductionsupporting
confidence: 54%
“…According to Davenport (2007), carbohydrate contents in leaves are involved in panicle development and in the intensity of the flowering induction. Therefore, a decrease in total soluble sugar contents, reducing sugars, total proteins and estimates of sucrose content might have occurred due to the energetic demand for inflorescence formation.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Dosage and application methods also influence the plant response to paclobutrazol (Davenport 2007, Mouco et al 2010, as some plants are capable of vegetating longer than others, and thus need higher doses. Sensitivity to paclobutrazol will also depend on climate and plant age and vigor (Alburquerque et al 2002).…”
Section: Palavras-chavementioning
confidence: 99%
“…The autonomous flowerers have either long or short life cycles so they are not fussy about environment. They flower spontaneously when mature and may need only cues from environment (Kinet 1993;Davenport 2007;Wilkie et al 2008). Dracaena draco flowers after long period of time (at least 9 years) so it is an autonomous flowerer.…”
Section: Sunlight Makes D Draco Flowermentioning
confidence: 99%