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Maria G. Emmanouilidou, Marios C. Kyriacou, and Isabel Trujillo

The olive ( Olea europaea L.) is among the most ancient crops of the Mediterranean basin ( Zohary and Spiegel-Roy, 1975 ). In Cyprus, as in the entire eastern Mediterranean region, olive trees coexisted with humans in almost all Neolithic

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Virginia Pinillos and Julián Cuevas

. Literature Cited Almeida, F.J. 1940 Safra e contra-safra na oliveira Bul. Minist. da Agr. Portugal N° 7 Lisbon Cuevas, J. 1992 Incompatibilidad polen-pistilo, procesos gaméticos y fructificación de cultivares de olivo ( Olea europaea L.) PhD diss, Univ

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Luis Rallo, Diego Barranco, Raúl de la Rosa, and Lorenzo León

‘Chiquitita’ is a new olive ( Olea europaea L.) cultivar obtained in a crossbreeding program in Córdoba, Spain. ‘Chiquitita’ was derived from a cross carried out in 1991 between ‘Picual’ and ‘Arbequina’, two cultivars with high productivity and

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Robert Polomski

not included in the Hardy or Warm Climates books. I was pleased to see Olea europaea in the Encyclopedia but disappointed that Citrus was not included despite the growing trend of cultivating hardy citrus by commercial and residential

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Giora Ben-Ari, Iris Biton, Yair Mani, Benjamin Avidan, and Shimon Lavee

Genetic relationships and hybrid vigour in olive ( Olea europaea L.) by microsatellites Plant Breed. 131 767 774 Bowcock, A.M. Ruizlinares, A. Tomfohrde, J. Minch, E. Kidd, J.R. Cavallisforza, L.L. 1994 High-resolution of human evolutionary trees with

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Ana Morales-Sillero, R. Jiménez, J.E. Fernández, A. Troncoso, and G. Beltrán

, M. Terenziani, S. Calandrelli, D. Fragnito, F. 2004 Effect of water regimes on five pickling and double aptitude olive cultivars ( Olea europaea L.) J. Hort. Sci. Biotechnol. 79 18 25 Dasberg

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A. Morales-Sillero, R. Jiménez, J.E. Fernández, A. Troncoso, and L. Rejano

olive processing and fruit quality only after processing, were studied. Materials and Methods Plant material. The field experiment was carried out between 1999 and 2003 in an olive orchard ( Olea europaea L. ‘Manzanilla de Sevilla’) near

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Chao Gao, Deyi Yuan, Ya Yang, Bifang Wang, Dongming Liu, and Feng Zou

fertilization of C. oleifera are quite different from those of Olea europaea , which is another important woody tree plant that produces edible oil. The latter species has a stigma that is shorter than that of C. oleifera . Similarly, the pollen tubes of O

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Cevriye Mert

avium (L.) L.], European plum ( Prunus domestica L.) ( Fogle, 1977a ), olive ( Olea europaea L.) ( Javady and Arzani, 2001 ; Lanza et al., 1996 ), apple ( Malus domestica Borkh.) ( Currie et al., 1997 ; Fogle, 1977b ), and chestnut ( Castanea

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Vahid Rahimi Eichi, Stephen D. Tyerman, and Michelle G. Wirthensohn

peach ( Prunus persica ) and olive ( Olea europaea ) revealed that genotypic variations might lead to morphological differences and therefore may affect A ( Marchi et al., 2008 ). Subsequently, g S might be limited in response to the reduction of A