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Kathleen Delate, Andrea McKern, Robert Turnbull, James T.S. Walker, Richard Volz, Allan White, Vincent Bus, Dave Rogers, Lyn Cole, Natalie How, Sarah Guernsey, and Jason Johnston

fruit quality parameters. To test the efficacy of the combined pheromone trapping and organic spray program for ‘Braeburn’ and ‘Royal Gala’ organic apples in Hawke's Bay, New Zealand, an experimental method was developed and tested during the 2006

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Jerneja Jakopič, Franci Štampar, and Robert Veberič

and Lancaster (2001) also reported that both quercetin glycosides and anthocyanins accumulated in the skin of ‘Gala’ and ‘Royal Gala’ after irradiation with white fluorescent and ultraviolet-B lamps. Fig. 3. Content of individual quercetin

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Steven McArtney, Michael Parker, John Obermiller, and Tom Hoyt

aromatic volatile production in ‘Royal Gala’ fruit after storage, treated fruit were in fact preferred by untrained sensory panelists. Marin et al. (2009) reported that while consumers were able to distinguish 1-MCP-treated ‘Gala’ fruit from non

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Xiaohua Yang, Susan K. Brown, and Peter J. Davies

methodology to study dwarfing phenomenon: The branch structure of ‘Royal Gala’ apple grafted on dwarfing and non-dwarfing rootstock/interstock combinations Ann. Bot. (Lond.) 91 665 672 Sinska, I. Lewak, S. 1970 Apple seed gibberellins Physiol. Veg. 8 661 667

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Gennaro Fazio, Yizhen Wan, Dariusz Kviklys, Leticia Romero, Richard Adams, David Strickland, and Terence Robinson

Application of architectural analysis and AMAPmod methodology to study dwarfing phenomenon: The branch structure of ‘Royal Gala’ apple grafted on dwarfing and non-dwarfing rootstock/interstock combinations Ann. Bot. (Lond.) 91 665 672 Seleznyova, A.N. Tustin

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Janna Beckerman, James Chatfield, and Erik Draper

-resistant accessions. Races of scab present based on susceptible cultivars. In evaluating Table 1 , it must be noted that the inclusion of the universal susceptible cultivar M . × ‘Royal Gala’ or M . × ‘Red Delicious’ for identification of Race 1 ( Bus, 2006 ) from

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Nevena Mitić, Mariana Stanišić, Jelena Milojević, Ljiljana Tubić, Tatjana Ćosić, Radomirka Nikolić, Slavica Ninković, and Rade Miletić

thickness thus facilitating translocation of PGRs ( Herman and Hess, 1963 ). Recently, Dobránszki and Teixeira da Silva (2011) have reported that light delayed callus formation from thin cell layers in two apple cultivars, Royal gala and Freedom, but the

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Jin-Hu Wu, A. Ross Ferguson, Brian G. Murray, Alison M. Duffy, Yilin Jia, Canhong Cheng, and Philip J. Martin

, because autotetraploids had higher SSC, sugar content, or other indicators of quality than the diploids, e.g., autotetraploid ‘Royal Gala’ apple ( Liu et al., 2006 ), autotetraploid ‘Meiwa’ kumquat ( Nukaya et al., 2009 ), and autotetraploid eggplant ( Li

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Nicole L. Russo, Terence L. Robinson, Gennaro Fazio, and Herb S. Aldwinckle

different scion cultivar (‘Royal Gala’, ‘Golden Delicious', and ‘Honeycrisp’). For each subplot, a randomized complete block experimental design was used. There were 19 rootstock clones with ‘Gala’, 46 with ‘Golden Delicious’, and 22 with ‘Honeycrisp

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Qingrong Sun, Meijuan Sun, Hongyan Sun, Richard L. Bell, Linguang Li, Wei Zhang, and Jihan Tao

cultivar, similar to previous reports that the best regeneration was obtained in ‘Gami Almasi’ by using BA ( Rustaee et al., 2007 ), and in ‘Royal Gala’ by using TDZ ( Dobranski et al., 2006 ). However, for some genotypes, BA and TDZ had similar effects on