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Antonio Carrillo-Navarro, Alfonso Guevara-Gazquez, Margarita Pérez-Jiménez, Leonor Ruiz-García, and José Cos-Terrer

‘Alisio 15 ® ’, a new peach [ Prunus persica (L.) Bastch] for the fresh market, resulted from a cross made in Murcia (Spain) as part of the IMIDA-NOVAMED breeding program with the aim of breeding new early-ripening cultivars with dark red skin

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Xiaojuan Zong, Brandon J. Denler, Gharbia H. Danial, Yongjian Chang, and Guo-qing Song

from leaves of Prunus rootstock GF-677 ( Prunus amygdalus × P. persica ) Pak. J. Bot. 42 3817 3830 Hood, E.E. Gelvin, S.B. Melchers, L.S. Hoekema, A. 1993 New Agrobacterium helper plasmids for gene-transfer to plants Transgenic Res. 2 208 218

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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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Qijing Zhang and Dajun Gu

Prunus tomentosa Thunb. (2 n = 16) and P. salicina Lindl. (2 n = 16) of the family Rosaceae belong to different subgenera. Prunus tomentosa is in the subgenus Cerasus , while P. salicina is in the subgenus Prunophora ( Ingram, 1948

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Marie Pairon, Anne-Laure Jacquemart, and Daniel Potter

subgenera of Prunus (e.g., Rehder, 1940 ). They were shown to be conserved in species of subgenera Amygdalus (L.) Focke [e.g., P. persica , Prunus dulcis (Miller) D.A. Webb], Prunus (e.g., Prunus armeniaca L.), and Cerasus (Miller) Focke (e

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Rafel Socias i Company, Ossama Kodad, José M. Alonso, and Antonio J. Felipe

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

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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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Peng Li, Weifeng Wu, Faxing Chen, Xinghui Liu, Yongan Lin, and Jianjun Chen

easily propagated by the T-budding onto Amygdalus davidiana (Carriere) Franch. rootstocks and P. salicina as intermediate stocks such as ‘Qing Nai’, ‘Furongli’, ‘Wickson’, and ‘Black amber’. However, we failed to graft it onto Prunus mume , which

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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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Eun Ju Cheong, Myong-Suk Cho, Seung-Chul Kim, and Chan-Soo Kim

Amygdalus of Prunus ( Table 1 ). Our samples included eight taxa (wild P. yedoensis , cultivated P. × yedoensis including ‘Somei-yoshino’, P. spachiana f. ascendens , P. sargentii , P. serrulata var. spontanea , P. serrulata var. pubescens