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Katrina J.M. Hodgson-Kratky, Olivier M. Stoffyn, and David J. Wolyn

.P. Singh (ed.). Industrials crops and uses. CABI, Cambridge, MA Simon, P.W. 2000 Domestication, historical development, and modern breeding of carrot Plant Breeding Rev. 19 157 190 Thompson, A.E. Ray, D.T. Livingston, M. Dierig, D.A. 1988 Variability of

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Yeh-Jin Ahn and Na-Hyun Song

under various abiotic stresses, where DcHsp17.7 in carrot ( Daucus carota L.) was expressed under conditions of heat ( Kim and Ahn, 2009 ), cold ( Song and Ahn, 2010 ), and salinity ( Song and Ahn, 2011 ). Furthermore, the heterologous expression of

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Meryem Ipek, Ahmet Ipek, Douglas Senalik, and Philipp W. Simon

.V. 1997 Classification of genetic variation in garlic ( Allium sativum L.) revealed by RAPD HortScience 32 1102 1104 Bach, I.C. 2000 Molecular breeding of carrot ( Daucus carota L.) Royal Veterinary and Agricultural

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Gad G. Yousef, Mary A. Lila, Ivette Guzman, James R. Ballington, and Allan F. Brown

, V. tenellum , and V. simulatum Small are also being introduced into SHB germplasm through several public and private breeding programs to produce material with even greater adaptation or disease resistance than what is currently available in the

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Mohammed Elsayed El-Mahrouk, Mossad K. Maamoun, Antar Nasr EL-Banna, Soliman A. Omran, Yaser Hassan Dewir, and Salah El-Hendawy

grown as ornamental plants in gardens ( El-Mahrouk et al., 2015 ; Subrahmanyam, 2009 ). Production of homozygous populations by inbreed method, for hybrid breeding programs, is time- and money consuming for all plants. Alternatively, true homozygous

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Beiquan Mou

the horticultural industry to climate changes is becoming popular and is now one of the emphasis areas of funding agencies. Vegetable Breeding and Stress Physiology working groups of the American Society for Horticultural Sciences cosponsored a

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Carlos Calderón-Vázquez, Mary L. Durbin, Vanessa E.T.M. Ashworth, Livia Tommasini, Kapua K.T. Meyer, and Michael T. Clegg

.A.F. Simon, P.W. 2006 Heritabilities and minimum gene number estimates of carrot carotenoids Euphytica 151 79 86 Smith, C.E. Jr 1966 Archaeological evidence for selection in avocado Econ. Bot. 20 169 175 Tester, M. Langridge, P. 2010 Breeding technologies to

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David Noshad, Andrew Riseman, and Zamir Punja

agricultural hosts, including cotton ( Gossypium hirsutum L.), bean ( Phaseolus vulgaris L.), carrot ( Daucus carota L.), pansy ( Viola tricolor var. hortensis DC.), peanut ( Arachis hypogaea L.), and tobacco ( Nicotiana tabacum L.) ( Hood and Shew

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Michael T. Tesfaendrias, Mary Ruth McDonald, and Jon Warland

million per year from the major vegetable crops bean, beet, cabbage, carrot, cucumber, onion, pea, and potato ( Statistics Canada, 2011 ). A number of investigations have been conducted to determine the impact of weather on crop yield. Most of these

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George E. Boyhan, Suzanne O’Connell, Ryan McNeill, and Suzanne Stone

participation in the breeding process ( Myers et al., 2012 ). The challenges and methods of breeding for organic production have been explored with some unique perspectives ( Boyhan and Stone, 2016 ). These perspectives embrace breeding projects that include