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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

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Gal Sapir, Raphael A. Stern, Martin Goldway, and Sharoni Shafir

et al., 2004 ), and in european apricot ( Prunus armeniaca ) from 67% to 83% ( Romero et al., 2004 ). Furthermore, this SFB polymorphism is similar to the japanese plum S -RNases polymorphism (63.8% to 84.1%) ( Table 1 ). Table 1. Identities

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Akiko Watari, Toshio Hanada, Hisayo Yamane, Tomoya Esumi, Ryutaro Tao, Hideaki Yaegaki, Masami Yamaguchi, Kenji Beppu, and Ikuo Kataoka

transcriptional orientation, like in all of the other S -haplotypes of Prunus that have been investigated to date except for the S 2 -haplotype of P. armeniaca ( Fig. 3 ; Ikeda et al., 2005 ; Romero et al., 2004 ; Tao et al., 2007 ; Ushijima et al

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

armeniaca L. ( de Vicente et al., 1998 )]. Random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) has also been widely used for fingerprinting Prunus species, such as peach ( Warburton and Bliss, 1996 ) and almond ( Bartolozzi et al., 1998 ). More recently, other types

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José Egea, Jose A. Campoy, Federico Dicenta, Lorenzo Burgos, Jose L. Patiño, and David Ruiz

‘Estrella’ and ‘Sublime’ are mid–early ripening apricot cultivars ( Prunus armeniaca L.) with optimal productivity levels, excellent fruit quality, and an attractive color. Although ‘Estrella’ and ‘Sublime’ are both self-incompatible, they are

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Marie Pairon, Anne-Laure Jacquemart, and Daniel Potter

subgenera of Prunus (e.g., Rehder, 1940 ). They were shown to be conserved in species of subgenera Amygdalus (L.) Focke [e.g., P. persica , Prunus dulcis (Miller) D.A. Webb], Prunus (e.g., Prunus armeniaca L.), and Cerasus (Miller) Focke (e

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

grape varieties. In all these cases, embryo rescue has been successfully used to overcome the low viability of these seeds ( Ramming, 1990 ). In Prunus , since the early Tukey experiments ( Tukey, 1933 ), there have been a number of examples of the use

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José Egea, Manuel Rubio, José A. Campoy, Federico Dicenta, Encarna Ortega, María D. Nortes, Pedro Martínez-Gómez, Antonio Molina, Antonio Molina Jr, and David Ruiz

‘Mirlo Blanco’, ‘Mirlo Anaranjado’, and ‘Mirlo Rojo’ are very early-season ripening apricot cultivars ( Prunus armeniaca L.) with high productivity, excellent fruit quality, and an attractive red-blushed fruit for fresh markets. These cultivars are