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Shengrui Yao, Steve Guldan, and Robert Heyduck

, and Puget Gold. All trees were on ‘Marianna 2624’ plum ( Prunus cerasifera × Prunus munsoniana ) rootstock. The main structure of the high tunnel consisted of vertical metal posts 4 ft apart extending to 4 ft aboveground, with 2-inch polyvinyl

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David Ruiz, Manuel Rubio, Pedro Martínez-Gómez, Jesús López-Alcolea, Federico Dicenta, Encarna Ortega, María Dolores Nortes, Antonio Molina, Antonio Molina Jr., and Jose Egea

‘Cebasred’ and ‘Primorosa’ are very early-season ripening apricot cultivars ( Prunus armeniaca L.) which join high productivity, high fruit quality and attractiveness, with resistance to Plum pox virus (PPV), a valuable characteristic due to the

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Xiaojuan Zong, Brandon J. Denler, Gharbia H. Danial, Yongjian Chang, and Guo-qing Song

Cell. Dev. Biol. Plant 43 343 347 Wang, H. Alburquerque, N. Burgos, L. Petri, C. 2011 Adventitious shoot regeneration from hypocotyl slices of mature apricot ( Prunus armeniaca L.) seeds: A feasible alternative for apricot genetic engineering Scientia

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María Engracia Guerra, Ana Wünsch, Margarita López-Corrales, and Javier Rodrigo

the same S -genotype has been described in Prunus species other than japanese plum, like sweet cherry [ Prunus avium ( Sonneveld et al., 2005 ; Wünsch and Hormaza, 2004 )] and apricot [ Prunus armeniaca ( Vilanova et al., 2006 ; Wu et al., 2011

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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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Antonio Carrillo-Navarro, Alfonso Guevara-Gazquez, Margarita Pérez-Jiménez, Leonor Ruiz-García, and José Cos-Terrer

apricots ( Prunus armeniaca L.) reflects their geographic origin and breeding history Tree Genet. Genomes 1 151 165 Okie, W.R. 1998 Handbook of peach and nectarine varieties. Performance in the southeastern United States and index of names. Agriculture

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Margaret Pooler and Hongmei Ma

attempted wide hybrids included crosses between P. mume (subgenus Prunus , section Armeniaca ) and P. ussuriensis (subgenus Prunus , section Prunus ) with species in subgenus Cerasus section Cerasus . A few seeds resulted from these crosses

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María Engracia Guerra, Ana Wünsch, Margarita López-Corrales, and Javier Rodrigo

Acta Hort. 478 25 29 Hormaza, J.I. 2002 Molecular characterization and similarity relationships among apricot ( Prunus armeniaca L.) genotypes using simple sequence repeats Theor. Appl. Genet. 104 321 328 Jefferies, C.J. Belcher, A.R. 1974 A

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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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Donald N. Maynard

quadrangularis L.), apricot ( Prunus armeniaca L.), low-chill peach ( Prunus persica [L.] Batch.), aonla ( Emblica officinalis Gaertn), ber or Chinese date (Z iziphus xylopyrus Willd. or Ziziphus jujuba Mill.). The vegetable section features two chapters