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Temperature and Genotype Influence Sweet Cherry Pollination Biology
In the Pacific Northwest of the U.S., the commercial productivity of several sweet cherry (Prunus avium L.) varities with outstanding fruit attributes is poor, such as `Tieton', `Regina' and `Benton'. Study of the reproductive ...
A PREDICTIVE GENETIC KNOWLEDGE FOR APPLE "FRESH SENSATION" PROVIDES INFORMATION TO INCREASE BREEDING EFFICIENCY IN WASHINGTON
Apple texture and flavor are fruit quality components that determine the success of new apple cultivars and consumer satisfaction. Better-tasting apples encourage greater consumption and health benefits. The combined suite ...
GENETIC MECHANISMS OF RESISTANCE TO FUSARIUM ROOT ROT IN PEA (PISUM SATIVUM L.)
Pea (Pisum sativum L.) is an important cool season food legume grown worldwide. High protein and nutritional value, nitrogen fixation, lower water usage and easy growth are some of the benefits of pea production. Despite ...