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Patrick J. Conner

cultivars at Tifton, GA, in the third through seventh years of growth (2012–16). Table 3. Flower and fruit attributes of ‘Paulk’ and standard muscadine cultivars at Tifton, GA, in the third through seventh years of growth (2012–16). Table 4. Change in

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Gina E. Fernandez, James R. Ballington, and Penelope Perkins-Veazie

cultivars in this trial. Table 4. Fruit attributes taken at harvest of thornless blackberry cultivars grown at the Piedmont Research Station (Salisbury, NC). ‘Von’ is recommended for the Coastal Plain and Piedmont regions of North Carolina and the adjacent

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Patrick J. Conner

more yellow in color than ‘Tara’ ( Table 6 ). Table 4. Average first harvest day, percent yield and soluble solids of first harvest of ‘Hall’ and standard muscadine cultivars at Tifton, GA, in years 2012–13. Table 5. Flower and fruit attributes of ‘Hall

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Patrick J. Conner

3. Flower and fruit attributes of ‘RubyCrisp’ and standard muscadine cultivars at Tifton, GA, in the third through fifth years of growth (2014–16). Table 4. Change in firmness (g·mm −1 ) of ‘Paulk’ and test cultivars at harvest and after cold storage

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Guang-Lian Liao, Xiao-Biao Xu, Qing Liu, Min Zhong, Chun-Hui Huang, Dong-Feng Jia, and Xue-Yan Qu

) Fruit attributes (size, shape, and flesh color) of ‘Jinyan’ ( Actinidia eriantha × A. chinensis ) from the treatment with twisted and squeezed fruit shoots before bloom, to compare with ( B ) untreated shoots (CK). “L” stands for brightness: the higher

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Robooni Tumuhimbise, Alex Barekye, Jerome Kubiriba, Kenneth Akankwasa, Ivan K. Arinaitwe, Deborah Karamura, and Wilberforce K. Tushemereirwe

bunch yield; resistance to black Sigatoka, weevils, and nematodes; and high-quality fruit attributes were selected from PYTs of the 15 hybrids evaluated. The four hybrids selected, together with four other closely similar and already adopted cultivars

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Zongyu Li, R. Karina Gallardo, Vicki A. McCracken, Chengyan Yue, Ksenija Gasic, Gregory Reighard, and James R. McFerson

often found in wild species, along with undesirable fruit attributes like a low level of sugar, high levels of malic acid, undesirable flavors, and small size ( Moing et al., 2003 ). Considering the complexity of breeding an improved peach cultivar that

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John R. Stommel, Mikhail Kozlov, and Robert J. Griesbach

Lights Yellow/Red’ and ‘Christmas Lights Yellow/Orange’ are white and have white filaments and styles; anthers are yellow with purple margins. Fruit attributes were similar for the 2014 and 2015 trials. Fruits are solitary and borne upright on 1.8–2.2 cm

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John R. Stommel and Robert J. Griesbach

, ‘06C84’ (trademarked as Midnight Creeper™) and ‘07C114-1’ (trademarked as Solar Eclipse™). Midnight Creeper™ and Solar Eclipse™ are intended for ornamental applications. These new cultivars display unique combinations of foliar pigmentation, fruiting

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Eleni Tsantili, Miltiadis V. Christopoulos, Constantinos A. Pontikis, Pantousis Kaltsikes, Chariklia Kallianou, and Michalis Komaitis

, correlation analyses between some fruit attributes that were likely to influence fruit texture directly or indirectly showed linear correlations ( Table 5 ). The correlation coefficient ( r ) between fruit Ca and SP was –0.958 and that between Ca and CaP was