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Zena Rawandoozi, Timothy Hartmann, David Byrne, and Silvia Carpenedo

Peach ( Prunus persica ) is among the five most-produced tree fruit crops in the United States (≈875,000 t) and the world (≈24.5 million tonnes) ( Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 2020 ). The fruit skin can be either

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Catherine Belisle, Uyen T.X. Phan, Koushik Adhikari, and Dario J. Chavez

genotypes J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 116 1004 1006 Cantín, C.M. Gogorcena, Y. Moreno, M.Á. 2009 Analysis of phenotypic variation of sugar profile in different peach and nectarine [ Prunus persica (L.) Batsch] breeding progenies J. Sci. Food Agr. 89 1909 1917

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Lisa Tang, Shweta Chhajed, Tripti Vashisth, Mercy A. Olmstead, James W. Olmstead, and Thomas A. Colquhoun

.1104/pp.47.2.236 Bielenberg, D.G. Wang, Y. Li, Z. Zhebentyayeva, T. Fan, S. Reighard, G.L. Scorza, R. Abbott, A.G. 2008 Sequencing and annotation of the ever-growing locus in peach [ Prunus persica (L.) Batsch] reveals a cluster of six MADS

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William R. Okie and Bryan Blackburn

. Linsley-Noakes, G.C. Allan, P. 1990 The dynamic model for rest completion in peach buds Acta Hort. 276 165 174 Erez, A. Lavee, S. Samish, R.M. 1968 The effect of limitation in light during the rest period on leaf bud break of the peach ( Prunus persica

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Yunqing Zhu, Wenfang Zeng, Xiaobei Wang, Lei Pan, Liang Niu, Zhenhua Lu, Guochao Cui, and Zhiqiang Wang

, nonmelting and stony hard peaches [ Prunus persica ] after harvest J. Jpn. Soc. Hort. Sci. 70 458 459 Haji, T. Yaegaki, H. Yamaguchi, M. 2005 Inheritance and expression of fruit texture melting, non-melting and stony hard in peach Sci. Hort. 105 241 248

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Leli Li, Shutian Tao, Huangwei Zhang, Weijian Huang, Jim M. Dunwell, and Meng Li

( Prunus persica ), a Rosaceae fruit tree that originated in China. The formation of the endocarp of peach seed is a process dependent on lignification. During the growth and development of peach fruit, a split-pit phenomenon may occur in which the suture

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William R. Okie and Bryan Blackburn

. Yamane, K. Yamaki, Y. Honjo, H. 2004 Relationships between chilling and heat requirement for flowering in ornamental peaches J. Jpn. Soc. Hort. Sci. 73 519 523 Reinoso, H. Luna, V. Pharis, R.P. Bottini, R. 2002 Dormancy in peach ( Prunus persica ) flower

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Isabelle Grechi, Nadine Hilgert, Michel Génard, and Françoise Lescourret

modelling in horticulture: State of the art Scientia Hort. 74 3 20 10.1016/S0304-4238(98)00080-6 Génard, M. Bruchou, C. Souty, M. 1991 Variability of peach ( Prunus-Persica L Batsch) growth and quality, and

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T. Auxt Baugher, J. Schupp, K. Ellis, J. Remcheck, E. Winzeler, R. Duncan, S. Johnson, K. Lewis, G. Reighard, G. Henderson, M. Norton, A. Dhaddey, and P. Heinemann

-third. The cultivars were Tuolumne, Loadel, and Late Ross canning peach (California); Saturn peento (donut-shaped) peach (Pennsylvania); Grand Bright nectarine [ Prunus persica (Washington)]; and Nesstar fresh peach (South Carolina). The experimental design

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Tripti Vashisth, Mercy A. Olmstead, James Olmstead, and Thomas A. Colquhoun

Evaluation of the antioxidant capacity, phenolic compounds, and vitamin C content of different peach and nectarine ( Prunus persica (L.) Batsch) breeding progenies J. Agr. Food Chem. 57 4586 4592 Colaric, M. Veberic, R. Solar, A. Hudina, M. Stampar, F. 2005