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Esnath T. Hamadziripi, Karen I. Theron, Magdalena Muller, and Willem J. Steyn

apple peel is for many apple cultivars one of the most important factors in consumer acceptance ( Saure, 1990 ). The intensity of red blush on the apple peel is an important consideration for the consumer in purchasing fruit and is also used as grading

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John R. Clark

and produce fruit in the next growing season. In red raspberry ( Rubus ideaus L.), primocane- and floricane-fruiting cultivars have substantial commercial value. In blackberry ( Rubus subgenus Rubus Watson), floricane-fruiting has been the basis of

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Chikako Honda, Hideo Bessho, Mari Murai, Hiroshi Iwanami, Shigeki Moriya, Kazuyuki Abe, Masato Wada, Yuki Moriya-Tanaka, Hiroko Hayama, and Miho Tatsuki

Red coloration in apple fruit skin is the result of the accumulation of anthocyanin, which is classified as a flavonoid compound. The regulation of anthocyanin synthesis in apple fruit skin is of interest because the red coloration of apples is an

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Shengrui Yao, Robert Heyduck, and Steven Guldan

fruit stage or creamy stage for the fresh market (i.e., without any red/brown color), which, without proper packing, can contribute to fruit bruising and inadequate flavor. A wider variety of jujube cultivars is needed to extend the maturation season

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Shi-Lin Tian, Li Li, Yue-Qin Tian, S.N.M. Shah, and Zhen-Hui Gong

fruit stage, mature green stage, color turning period, and red fruit stage. The results showed that the highest capsanthin content was achieved when fruit were treated at the mature green stage ( Fig. 2 ). Premature treatment had little effect on the

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Rebecca L. Darnell, Horacio E. Alvarado-Raya, and Jeffrey G. Williamson

. Additionally, root pruning may also affect cane yield by decreasing fruit size. Fernandez and Pritts (1996) found that the maximum demand for assimilates in red raspberry is at the onset of fruiting while primocanes, roots, and fruits are all growing. In an

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Xiaohong Wang, Bishun Ye, Xiangpeng Kang, Ting Zhou, and Tongfei Lai

obvious nonripening sectors were photographed, harvested, and stored at –80 °C. The total RNA extraction and first-strand cDNA synthesis of the red zone and green zone of harvested fruit were described as above. The transcripts of PVX/ mLeHB-1 were

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Robert Lawrence Jarret and Terry Berke

contains little if any information on the range of fruit morphological characteristics present in this species. Pickersgill et al. (1979) used numerous morphologically distinct forms of C. chinense in a study to examine phylogenetic relationships within

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M. Joseph Stephens, Julia R. Enfield, and Harvey K. Hall

‘Wakefield’ is a new floricane-fruiting red raspberry ( Rubus idaeus L.) cultivar from The New Zealand Institute for Plant and Food Research Limited [Plant and Food Research (PFR)] and Northwest Plant Company joint raspberry breeding program

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Brian Lawrence and Juan Carlos Melgar

blackberries each were used to easily count red drupelets and see if there was fruit leakiness. Each cultivar was harvested three times during peak production (144 fruit per day, totaling 432 fruit), as shown in Table 1 , except ‘Prime-Ark ® Traveler’ which