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Craig A. Ledbetter

‘Bolaroja’ and ‘Primarosa’ are two new high-color, midseason apricots developed by the Agricultural Research Service Prunus breeding program in Parlier, CA, and released for propagation in 2009. These new cultivars are self-incompatible and

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Jose Martínez-Calvo, Gerardo Llácer, and Marisa Luisa Badenes

dwarf ilarvirus , Prunus necrotic ringspot ilarvirus , Apple chlorotic leafspot closterovirus , and Apple mosaic ilarvirus . Literature Cited Egea, J. Burgos, L. Martínez-Gómez, P. Dicenta, F. 1999 Apricot breeding for sharka resistance at CEBAS

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Jose Martínez-Calvo, Gerardo Llácer, and Maria Luisa Badenes

. Dicenta, F. 1999 Apricot breeding for sharka resistance at CEBAS-CESIC, Murcia (Spain) Acta Hort. 121 207 210 Kölber, M. 2001 Workshop on Plum pox Acta Hort. 550 249 255 Llácer, G. Cambra, M. 1998 Thirteen years of sharka disease in Valencia, Spain Acta

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Craig A. Ledbetter

‘Goshen Gold’ is the most recent apricot ( Prunus armeniaca L.) developed by the Agricultural Research Service Prunus breeding program in Parlier, CA. The new cultivar is self-compatible and capable of setting full crops without the presence of

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Lamia Krichen, Joao M.S. Martins, Patrick Lambert, Abderrazzak Daaloul, Neila Trifi-Farah, Mohamed Marrakchi, and Jean-Marc Audergon

germplasm in this country is rather large. Tunisian apricot material can be divided in three main categories: oasian local types propagated by seeds, traditional local cultivars, and recently developed cultivars mainly issued from breeding programs, the

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Kadir Uğurtan Yılmaz, Sezai Ercişli, Bayram Murat Asma, Yıldız Doğan, and Salih Kafkas

). Breeding barriers exist among subgenera possessing different ploidy levels, even within the same subgenus, but artificial or natural hybrids are generally successful, in particular between Prunophora (plums) and Armeniaca (apricots), when both parents

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Zhenyu Huang, Lehan Xia, Long Chen, Zexuan Cui, Shuai Ren, Yibin Feng, and Yuling Chen

Zhao, X.P. Wu, X.L. Zhang, X.C. Yuan, L.Y. Zhang, H.X. Cui, Q.Z. Li, L.Y. 2016 Breeding of early maturity new apricot line ‘Z08-7-34’ Journal of Hebei Agricultural Sciences 20 2 2083 2085 104

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performed better than seedlings. The number of fruit produced on coppices in wet zone was higher than that in dry zone. Benzyladenine Improves Size, Firmness, and Quality of Apricots Fruit quality and consumer acceptance of apricot fruit is defined mostly by

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R. Karina Gallardo, Diem Nguyen, Vicki McCracken, Chengyan Yue, James Luby, and James R. McFerson

to rosaceous breeding programs whose target crops are apple scion and rootstock, apricot scion, cherry scion (sweet and tart), peach scion, pear scion, blackberry, red raspberry, strawberry, and rose. To reduce complexity, we focused our analysis on

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Weisheng Liu, Dongcheng Liu, Aimin Zhang, Chenjing Feng, Jianmin Yang, Jaeho Yoon, and Shaohua Li

hybrids with apricots or 2) favorable selection of the apricot-like descendant from segregating populations as the main objective for the hybridization between plum and apricot in apricot breeding programs as necessary to select a new apricot cultivar with