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Marina Petreikov, Lena Yeselson, Shmuel Shen, Ilan Levin, Arthur A. Schaffer, Ari Efrati, and Moshe Bar

Miller) and the wild species Solanum habrochaites (formerly Lycopersicon hirsutum Dunal), differing in the origin of the AgpL1 allele. The fruit carrying the AgpL1 H allele (from S. habrochaites ) is characterized by increased AGPase activity

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Randy G. Gardner and Dilip R. Panthee

of early blight ( Fig. 1 ). NC 215 E-1(93) has a complex pedigree extending back to NC EBR-1, which has moderate foliage resistance to early blight derived from the Lycopersicon hirsutum L. (currently Solanum habrochaites S. Knapp & D.M. Spooner

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Dilip R. Panthee and Randy G. Gardner

blight resistant fresh market tomato breeding lines HortScience 45 975 976 Nash, A.F. Gardner, R.G. 1988 Heritability of tomato early blight resistance derived from Lycopersicon hirsutum PI 126445 J. Amer. Soc

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Matthew D. Robbins, Mohammed A.T. Masud, Dilip R. Panthee, Randolph G. Gardner, David M. Francis, and Mikel R. Stevens

two Lycopersicon peruvianum collections for resistance to Tomato spotted wilt virus Plant Dis. 92 694 704 Kabelka, E. Franchino, B. Francis, D.M. 2002 Two loci from Lycopersicon hirsutum LA407 confer

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Samuel F. Hutton, Jay W. Scott, and David J. Schuster

Yellow Leaf Curl Virus resistance locus on chromosome 3 of tomato J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 134 281 288 Kalloo, G. Baanerjee, M.K. 1990 Transfer of tomato leaf curl virus resistance from Lycopersicon hirsutum f. glabratum to L. esculentum Plant Breed

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Yuanfu Ji, John W. Scott, and David J. Schuster

. pimpinellifolium , S. peruvianum , S. chilense , S. habrochaites (formerly Lycopersicon hirsutum ), and S. cheesmaniae ( Ji et al., 2007b ; Pico et al., 1996 ; Scott, 2007 ; Vidavski, 2007 ). Early breeding efforts successfully transferred resistance

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Yeh-Jin Ahn and Na-Hyun Song

.8 ( Lycopersicon esculentum ; AF123256), and LpHsp19.9 ( Lycopersicon peruvianum ; AJ225047). The consensus regions (I and II) of the α-crystallin domain were indicated in Figure 2 . The secondary structure in the α-crystallin domain was assigned based on the

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Yuanfu Ji, Jay W. Scott, David J. Schuster, and Douglas P. Maxwell

tomato leaf curl virus resistance from Lycopersicon hirsutum f. glabratum to L. esculentum Plant Breed. 105 156 159 Lincoln, S. Daly, M. Lander, E.S. 1993 Mapping genes controlling quantitative traits

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Yosef Burger and Arthur A. Schaffer

. Schaffer, A.A. 1991 Sucrose phosphate synthase, sucrose synthase and invertase activities in developing fruit of Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. and the sucrose accumulating Lycopersicon hirsutum Humb. and Bonpl Plant Physiol. 95 623 627

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Georgia Ntatsi, Dimitrios Savvas, Georgia Ntatsi, Hans-Peter Kläring, and Dietmar Schwarz

Lycopersicon hirsutum ( Spooner et al., 2005 )] are of particular interest as potential germplasm sources to widen the genetic variation in low T tolerance of the cultivated tomato ( Venema et al., 2005 , 2008 ). This wild tomato species originates from an