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Pestana, M.; Varennes, A. de; Faria, E.A. (2004) Lime-induced iron chlorosis in fruit trees. pp. 171-215, In: R. Dris e S.M. Jain (eds.), Production practices and quality assessment of food crops, Vol. 2: Plant mineral nutrition and pesticide management, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. ISBN: 1-4020-1699-9.

 

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Pestana, M.; Varennes, A. de; Abadía, J.; Faria, E.A. (2005) Differential tolerance to iron deficiency of citrus rootstocks grown in nutrient solution. Scientia Horticulturae, 104(1): 25-36.

Pestana, M.; Beja, P.; Correia, P.J.; de Varennes, A.; Faria, E.A. (2005) Relationships between floral nutrients and fruit quality in orange trees grown in a calcareous soil. Tree Physiology, 24:761-767.

Pestana, M.; Varennes, A. de; Goss, M.J.; Abadía, J.; Faria, E.A. (2004) Floral analysis as a tool to diagnose iron chlorosis in orange trees, Plant and Soil, 259(1-2): 287-295.

Pestana, M.; Varennes, A. de; Faria, E.A. (2003) Diagnosis and correction of iron chlorosis in fruit trees: a review. Food, Agriculture and Environment, 1(1):46-51.

Correia, P.J.; Pestana, M.; Martins-Loução, M.A. (2003) Nutrient deficiencies in carob (Ceratonia siliqua L.) grown in solution culture. Journal of Horticultural Science & Biotechnology, 78(6):847-852.

Pestana, M.; Correia, P.J.; Varennes, A de; Abadía, J.; Faria, E.A. (2001) The use of floral analysis to diagnose the nutritional status of oranges trees. Journal of Plant Nutrition, 24(12):1913-1923.

Pestana, M.; David, M.; Varennes, A. de; Abadía, J.; Faria, E.A. (2001) Responses of ‘Newhall’ orange trees to iron deficiency in hydroponics: effects on leaf chlorophyll, photosynthetic efficiency and root ferric chelate reductase activity. Journal of Plant Nutrition, 24(10):1609-1620.

Pestana, M.; Correia, P.J.; Varennes, A. de; Abadía, J.; Faria, E.A. (2001) Effectiveness of different foliar applications to control iron chlorosis in orange trees grown on a calcareous soil. Journal of Plant Nutrition, 24(4&5):613-62