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Adnan Nurhan Yildirim, Fatma Akinci-Yildirim, Mehmet Polat, Bekir Şan, and Yılmaz Sesli

. Koyuncu, F. Yıldırım, F. 2010 Variability of phenolics, α-tocopherol and amygdalin contents of selected almond ( Prunus amygdalus Batsch.) genotypes J. Food Agr. Environ. 8 76 79 Yildirim, F.A. Askin, M.A. 2010 Variability of amygdalin content in seeds of

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Jorge Pinochet

‘Replantpac’ is a new plum–almond hybrid selected by Agromillora Iberia, S.L., Barcelona, Spain, for use mainly as a rootstock for Japanese plum ( Prunus salicina Lindl.), peach, and nectarine [ P. persica (L.) Batsch] cultivars, but it can also

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David E. Zaurov, Sasha W. Eisenman, Timothy Ford, Sergei Khokhlov, Sovetbek Kenjebaev, Kaiyrkul T. Shalpykov, and C. Reed Funk

Taxonomy. The cultivated almond [ Prunus dulcis (Mill.) D.A. Webb.; syn. Amygdalus communis L., Amygdalus dulcis Mill.; Prunus amygdalus Batsch.] has a long and complex history, both taxonomically and geographically. The species belongs to

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Rafel Socias i Company, Ossama Kodad, José M. Ansón, and José M. Alonso

The almond ( Prunus amygdalus Batsch) breeding program of the Centro de Investigación y Tecnología Agroalimentaria de Aragón (CITA) of Aragón aims to develop new self-compatible and late-blooming cultivars to solve the main problem detected in

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Francisco Vargas, Miguel Romero, Joan Clavé, Jaume Vergés, Josef Santos, and Ignasi Batlle

Almond [ Prunus amygdalus Batsch syn. P. dulcis (Mill.) D.A. Webb] is the main tree nut crop in world production. Successful almond production requires cultivars adapted to the environmental conditions of the growing region. Thus, in wide areas

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Elizabeth E. Rogers and Craig A. Ledbetter

horticultural traits. To this end, numerous large segregating populations were created to provide a means of linking molecular markers to specific phenotypic categories. Prunus persica (L.) Batsch cv. Harrow Blood, a cold-hardy but root knot nematode

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Fanjuan Meng, Mu Peng, and Fachun Guan

. Arús, P. 2003 Using amplified fragment-length polymorphisms (AFLPs) to identify peach cultivars J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 128 672 677 Aranzana, M.J. Illa, E. Howad, W. Arús, P. 2012 A first insight into peach [ Prunus persica (L.) Batsch] SNP

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Weisheng Liu, Dongcheng Liu, Aimin Zhang, Chenjing Feng, Jianmin Yang, Jaeho Yoon, and Shaohua Li

species. Some Chinese pomologists still put plum, apricot, cherry, and peach into separate genera, as Prunus L., Armeniaca Mill., Cerasus Mill., and Amygdalus L., respectively ( Yu, 1984 ), and refer to the plum genus as the “small Prunus ,” but

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Rafael Socias i Company and A.J. Felipe

‘Belona’ and ‘Soleta’ are two new almond [ Prunus amygdalus Batsch, syn. P. dulcis (Mill.) D.A. Webb] cultivars from the breeding program of the Unidad de Fruticultura, CITA de Aragón. They are characterized by their kernel quality and by the

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Will Wheeler, Reagan Wytsalucy, Brent Black, Grant Cardon, and Bruce Bugbee

their capacity for osmotic adjustment ( Abrams, 1994 ). Mellisho et al. (2011) reported that Prunus persica (L.) Batsch cv. Flordastar grafted to the P. persica × Prunus amygdalus GF-677 rootstock did not have sufficient osmotic adjustment to