Ranjith Karunakaran
Ranjith Karunakaran
Postdoctoral Researcher
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Excessive nitrogen impairs hydraulics, limits photosynthesis, and alters the metabolic composition of almond trees
O Sperling, R Karunakaran, R Erel, H Yasuor, L Klipcan, U Yermiyahu
Plant Physiology and Biochemistry 143, 265-274, 2019
Impact of grafting methods, scion materials and number of scions on graft success, vigour and flowering of top worked plants in tea (Camellia spp.)
R Karunakaran
Scientia Horticulturae 220, 139-146, 2017
Phosphorus fertilization induces nectar secretion for honeybee visitation and cross-pollination of almond trees
R Karunakaran, U Yermiyahu, A Dag, O Sperling
Journal of Experimental Botany 72 (8), 3307-3319, 2021
Precise fertilization by a mass-balance of the seasonal changes in nutrient uptake by almond trees
O Sperling, R Karunakaran, U Yermiyahu
Agronomy 10 (9), 1277, 2020
Grafting influence on productivity and drought tolerance of tea clones
R Karunakaran, RVJ Ilango
The Journal of Agricultural Science 157 (3), 217-225, 2019
Evaluation of compatibility and nursery performance of new graft combinations in tea (Camellia spp.)
R Karunakaran
Journal of Plantation Crops 44 (2), 109-113, 2016
Influence of top working on growth and flowering of tea clones
R Karunakaran
Scientia Horticulturae 235, 47-52, 2018
Grafting Crop Shoots on Bi-clonal Seedlings as a Potential Strategy for Clonal Multiplication in Tea
R Karunakaran, RVJ Ilango
Agricultural Research 9 (3), 417-423, 2020
Graft success, growth, and early flowering onset, as affected by grafting time in topworked tea plants
R Karunakaran, VJ Ilango R
Journal of Crop Improvement 34 (3), 397-403, 2020
Scion-rootstock interactions in grafted tea at nursery and field levels
R Karunakaran, S Marimuthu, VJ Ilango R
Journal of Crop Improvement 34 (3), 356-365, 2020
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