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Qijing Zhang and Dajun Gu

resistant to rain cracking and ripening synchronously ( Zhang et al., 2008 ). Small fruit size (0.4–2.85 g) has been one of the major factors limiting its development. Prunus salicina is one of the important commercial stone fruits both in China and

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Ji Hae Jun, Eun Young Nam, Kyeong Ho Chung, Seok Kyu Yun, Jung Hyun Kwon, Ik Koo Yun, Yong Bum Kwack, Sung Jong Kim, and Kang Hee Cho

‘Summer Fantasia’, a new Japanese plum ( Prunus salicina Lindl.), originated from a cross between ‘Soldam’ and ‘Taiyo’ made in 1999 at the National Institute of Horticultural & Herbal Science (NIHHS) of the Rural Development Administration (RDA) in

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Alfonso Guevara, María Nicolás-Almansa, José Enrique Cos, Juan Alfonso Salazar, Domingo López, José Egea, Antonio Carrillo, Manuel Rubio, Federico García, and David Ruiz

‘lucía myrtea’ and ‘victoria myrtea’ are early-season cultivars of Japanese plum ( Prunus salicina Lindl.) typology, both characterized by their low chilling requirements, so their adaptation is ideal for warm growing areas in the current context

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Ralph Scorza, Michel Ravelonandro, Ann Callahan, Ioan Zagrai, Jaroslav Polak, Tadeuz Malinowski, Mariano Cambra, Laurene Levy, Vern Damsteegt, Boris Krška, John Cordts, Dennis Gonsalves, and Chris Dardick

, it is sexually incompatible with most other Prunus species including peach and nectarine, ‘Japanese’ plum ( Prunus salicina ), apricot ( Prunus armeniaca ), sweet ( Prunus avium ) and sour ( Prunus cerasus ) cherry, and almond ( Prunus dulcis

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Noémi Makovics-Zsohár, Magdolna Tóth, Dezső Surányi, Szilvia Kovács, Attila Hegedűs, and Júlia Halász

main purposes of modern plum breeding are climatic adaptation, precocity, high and regular yield, extension of ripening time, high fruit quality, and abiotic and biotic resistance. The genetic variability of accessions was initially based on assessing

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Eun Young Nam, Ji Hae Jun, Kyeong Ho Chung, Jung Hyun Kwon, Seok Kyu Yun, Ik Koo Yun, and Kang Hee Cho

between ‘Soldam’ japanese plum ( Prunus salicina Lindl., female parent) and ‘Harcot’ apricot ( Prunus armeniaca L., male parent). It was released for commercial use in the Republic of Korea in 2011. ‘Tiffany’ has a red-fleshed fruit similar to that of

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

attained physiological maturity at the time of the first harvest. Most of the cultivars had SSC between 8 and 11%, which is typical for early ripening cultivars (Bryne, 2005). There were no significant changes in TSS as fruit matured and ripened on the tree

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David Karp

In the history of horticulture it is rare to find an individual who almost single-handedly created a new commercial industry based on a novel fruit type as Luther Burbank (1849–1926) did for Asian-type plums ( Prunus salicina ) in the United States

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Mary Woodhead, Ailsa Weir, Kay Smith, Susan McCallum, Katrin MacKenzie, and Julie Graham

, the Spiraeoideae, which includes the perennial tree crops apple ( Malus × domestica ), peach ( Prunus persica ), cherry ( Prunus avium and Prunus cerasus ), plum ( Prunus domestica and Prunus salicina ), apricot ( Prunus armeniaca ), almond

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Arancha Arbeloa, Ma Elena Daorden, Elena García, Pilar Andreu, and Juan A. Marín

time. Even very immature embryos have been successfully rescued using complex media and procedures by culturing whole ovules or even ovaries ( Sharma et al., 1996 ). Several studies in the Prunus species have related success in in vitro embryo