In the subject of Food science, Massimo Tagliavini integrates adjacent academic fields such as Aspergillus niger and Citric acid. As part of his studies on Citric acid, he often connects relevant areas like Food science. His research on Horticulture often connects related areas such as Root system. Massimo Tagliavini conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Botany and Abscission through his research. In his research, Massimo Tagliavini undertakes multidisciplinary study on Canopy and Pruning. He combines Pruning and Canopy in his research. His work blends Shoot and Botany studies together. His Nitrogen research extends to the thematically linked field of Organic chemistry. His work in Nitrogen is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Organic chemistry.
His Botany study typically links adjacent topics like Shoot, Chlorosis, Rootstock, Prunus, Canopy, Photosynthesis, Actinidia, Actinidia deliciosa and PEAR. His Shoot study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Horticulture. His Rootstock research extends to Horticulture, which is thematically connected. Massimo Tagliavini conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Chlorosis and Plant nutrition. Many of his studies on Photosynthesis involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Botany. Much of his study explores Ecology relationship to Mineral. His Mineral study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Ecology. His work on Sowing expands to the thematically related Agronomy. Sowing and Agronomy are commonly linked in his work.
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Iron deficiency and chlorosis in orchard and vineyard ecosystems
Massimo Tagliavini;Adamo Domenico Rombolà.
European Journal of Agronomy (2001)
Nitrogen fertilization management in orchards to reconcile productivity and environmental aspects
M. Tagliavini;D. Scudellazi;B. Marangoni;M. Toselli.
Fertilizer research (1996)
Translocation of amino acids in the xylem of apple (Malus domestica Borkh.) trees in spring as a consequence of both N remobilization and root uptake
Donatella Malaguti;Peter Millard;Renate Wendler;Alan Hepburn.
Journal of Experimental Botany (2001)
Agronomic means for the control of iron deficiency chlorosis in deciduous fruit trees
M. Tagliavini;J. Abadía;A. D. Rombolà;A. Abadía.
Journal of Plant Nutrition (2000)
Iron Nutrition of Fruit Tree Crops
Adamo Domenico Rombola;Massimo Tagliavini.
Dynamics of nutrients uptake by strawberry plants (Fragaria × Ananassa Dutch.) grown in soil and soilless culture
Massimo Tagliavini;Elena Baldi;P. Lucchi;M. Antonelli.
European Journal of Agronomy (2005)
Storage of foliar-absorbed nitrogen and remobilization for spring growth in young nectarine (Prunus persica var. nectarina) trees
M. Tagliavini;P. Millard;M. Quartieri.
Tree Physiology (1998)
Nutrient recycling during the decomposition of apple leaves (Malus domestica) and mowed grasses in an orchard
Massimo Tagliavini;Giustino Tonon;Francesca Scandellari;Ana Quiñones.
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment (2007)
Influence of root pruning and water stress on growth and physiological factors of potted apple, grape, peach and pear trees
S. Poni;M. Tagliavini;D. Neri;D. Scudellari.
Scientia Horticulturae (1992)
Remobilised nitrogen and root uptake of nitrate for spring leaf growth, flowers and developing fruits of pear (Pyrus communis L.) trees
Massimo Tagliavini;Maurizio Quartieri;Peter Millard.
Plant and Soil (1997)
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