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Chunxian Chen and William R. Okie

Peach ( Prunus persica ) originated in northwest China, was introduced to Persia and the Mediterranean region via the Silk Route, and spread to colonies in America and other regions around the world ( Faust and Timon, 1995 ; Li et al., 2013

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Ming-Wei S. Kao, Jeffrey K. Brecht, Jeffrey G. Williamson, and Donald J. Huber

. Costell, E. Romojaro, F. 2005 Effects of the degree of maturity on the chemical composition, physical characteristics and sensory attributes of peach ( Prunus persica ) cv. Caterin Food Sci. Technol. Intl. 11 345 352 Crisosto, C.H. Crisosto, G.M. 2005

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Bin Peng, Jianlan Xu, Zhixiang Cai, Binbin Zhang, Mingliang Yu, and Ruijuan Ma

Peach ( Prunus persica ) is a high-value stone fruit that is widely cultivated throughout temperate and subtropical zones ( Akagi et al., 2016 ; Crisosto et al., 1999 ). Over the past few decades, peach cultivars have been mainly selected for

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Yingtao Ma, Mengmeng Zhao, Hongxia Wu, Congying Yuan, Huiyun Li, and Yanzhao Zhang

As a widely grown fruit, peach ( Prunus persica ) is highly prized for its flavor and nutritional value. Consumer demand for high-quality peaches with no pesticide residue is increasing, but numerous diseases and insect pests make peaches one of

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Alessandra Ghiani, Noemi Negrini, Silvia Morgutti, Federica Baldin, Fabio F. Nocito, Anna Spinardi, Ilaria Mignani, Daniele Bassi, and Maurizio Cocucci

relationships of fruit quality traits in peach and nectarine [ Prunus persica (L.) Batsch] breeding progenies Euphytica 171 211 226 Cara, B. Giovannoni, J.J. 2008 Molecular biology of ethylene during tomato fruit development and maturation Plant Sci. 175 106

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Xavier Vallverdu, Joan Girona, Gemma Echeverria, Jordi Marsal, M. Hossein Behboudian, and Gerardo Lopez

stages. The study was conducted over the growing seasons of 2009 and 2010 in a commercial ‘Tardibelle’ peach ( Prunus persica L. Batsch) orchard located in Aitona, Lleida, Spain (lat. 41°29′ N, long. 0°26′ E, 154 m elevation). The trees were 7 years old

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Seth D. Wannemuehler, Chengyan Yue, William W. Shane, R. Karina Gallardo, and Vicki McCracken

Peach ( Prunus persica ) cultivation began in China as early as 1100 bce ( Bassi and Monet, 2008 ). Yet modern breeders continue striving for peach cultivars with improved disease resistance, environmental adaptability, and fruit quality

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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

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Gerardo Lopez, M. Hossein Behboudian, Gemma Echeverria, Joan Girona, and Jordi Marsal

deciduous fruits to reduced irrigation Hort. Rev. 38 149 189 Berman, M.E. DeJong, T.M. 1996 Water stress and crop load effects on fruit fresh and dry weights in peach ( Prunus persica ) Tree Physiol. 16 859 864 Byrne, D.H. Nikolic, A.N. Burns, E.E. 1991

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Kynda R. Curtis, Tatiana Drugova, Trevor Knudsen, Jennifer Reeve, and Ruby Ward

.” Table 1. Market dates, locations, peach prices ($/lb), and number of participating shoppers. All peaches ( Prunus persica L.) used in the study were Starfire (yellow flesh freestone) variety and locally grown at the Utah State University orchard in