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Judy A. Thies, Amnon Levi, Jennifer J. Ariss, and Richard L. Hassell

that exhibited high RKN resistance (6% galling) was self-pollinated. The most RKN-resistant plant was self-pollinated in the greenhouse in three successive generations to produce S4 seeds. Description Rootstock performance of ‘RKVL-318’ was compared

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Georgia Ntatsi, Dimitrios Savvas, Georgia Ntatsi, Hans-Peter Kläring, and Dietmar Schwarz

appears to be cold-sensitive ( Domínguez et al., 2005 ; Venema et al., 2008 ). The two rootstocks tested were grafted to the same commercial tomato cultivar Kommeet. Moreover, a control treatment with 3) self-grafted ‘Kommeet’ plants was applied to avoid

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Ayse Coban, Yelderem Akhoundnejad, Sultan Dere, and H. Yildiz Dasgan

. A significant difference in tomato fruit yield was observed between self-grafted plants of the two genotypes and the plants in combination (grafted 121 onto 174). Whereas self-grafted plants of salt-tolerant genotype 174 grown at 50 m m NaCl had an

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Eddo Rugini, Cristian Silvestri, Marilena Ceccarelli, Rosario Muleo, and Valerio Cristofori

quality (data not shown). Self- and intercompatibility determination. To evaluate the self-compatibility of the mutant genotypes and to compare it with Leccino wt and Frantoio wt , 15 flowering twigs for each genotype were placed in paper bags, closed

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Yu-Chun Chu, Tzong-Shyan Lin, and Jer-Chia Chang

effects of pollen source on seed development have been studied in litchi but with inconsistent results ( Stern and Gazit, 2003 ). Litchi has been regarded as a cross-pollinated crop with self-compatibility ( Galán Saúco and Menini, 1989 ). Three distinct

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Shawn A. Mehlenbacher, David C. Smith, and Rebecca L. McCluskey

Acta Hort. 445 167 171 Mehlenbacher, S.A. Smith, D.C. 1991 Partial self-compatibility in ‘Tombul’ and ‘Montebello’ hazelnut Euphytica 56 231 236 Pinkerton, J.N. Johnson, K

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Nnadozie C. Oraguzie, D. Ophardt, Matthew D. Whiting, Gregory A. Lang, and Lynn E. Long

. Literature Cited Centre Technique Interprofessional des Fruits et Legumes 2002 Pomme. Code Amidnon CTIFL, Paris, France Haldar, H. Haendiges, S. Edge-Garza, D. Oraguzie, N. Olmstead, J. Iezzoni, A. Peace, C. 2010 Applying genetic markers for self-compatibility

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Sacha Buller, Debra Inglis, and Carol Miles

, Flores et al. (2010) found that fruit from ‘Kyndia’, an indeterminate commercial cultivar, grafted onto ‘UC82B’, a determinate processing cultivar known to have high TSS, had higher TSS compared with fruit harvested from self-grafted tomato plants

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Àngel Fernández i Martí, José M. Alonso, María T. Espiau, María J. Rubio-Cabetas, and Rafel Socias i Company

heterozygosity levels of self-compatible and self-incompatible cultivars were observed, as it would be expected considering that self-compatible cultivars are heterozygous for self-compatibility ( Socias i Company, 1990 ). The high number of alleles obtained with

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Sarah M. Smith and Zhanao Deng

effectiveness of physical separation for minimizing undesirable PMGF. The objectives of this study were to determine 1) the cross-compatibility between C. leavenworthii and C. tinctoria ; 2) the inheritance of potential morphological markers for detecting