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Yiqun Weng

controlling fruit maturity and beta-carotene-associated flesh color in melon ( Cucumis melo L.) Theor. Appl. Genet. 119 741 756 Cuevas, H.E. Staub, J.E. Simon, P.W. Zalapa, J.E. McCreight, J

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Maria Jose Gonzalo, Elisabet Claveria, Antonio J. Monforte, and Ramon Dolcet-Sanjuan

. Literature Cited Baudracco-Arnas, S. Pitrat, M. 1996 A genetic map of melon ( Cucumis melo L.) with RFLP, RAPD, isozyme, disease resistance and morphological markers Theor. Appl. Genet. 93 57 64 Bentolila, S. Hardy, C. Guitton, C. Freyssinet, G. 1992

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Sudhakar Pandey, Mathura Rai, H.C. Prasanna, and G. Kalloo

Muskmelon ( Cucumis melo L.) is one of the most important dessert cucurbits throughout the world. The crop is annual with climbing, creeping, or trailing vines, and its fruits are many-seeded pepo. In India, many muskmelon landraces are grown in

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W. Patrick Wechter, Amnon Levi, Kai-Shu Ling, Chandrasekar Kousik, and Charles C. Block

) and muskmelon (also called cantaloupe or melon) ( Cucumis melo ). Records show that nearly two billion pounds of muskmelons were produced in the United States in 2008 with a market value of $371 million ( USDA, NASS, 2009 ). Pest and disease pressures

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Wenjing Guan, Xin Zhao, and Donald J. Huber

al., 2010 ). Accordingly, rootstock–scion–environment interactions may exhibit a pronounced impact on fruit quality. In the case of specialty melons ( Cucumis melo ) of diverse genotypes ( Guan et al., 2013 ), grafting different types of melons may be

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P.R. Johnstone, T.K. Hartz, and D.M. May

more promising approaches to obtaining firmer fruit and extended storage life. Literature cited Bernadac, A. Jean-Baptiste, I. Bertoni, G. Morand, P. 1996 Changes in calcium contents during melon ( Cucumis melo L.) fruit development Scientia Hort. 66

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Iban Eduardo, Pere Arús, Antonio José Monforte, Javier Obando, Juan Pablo Fernández-Trujillo, Juan Antonio Martínez, Antonio Luís Alarcón, Jose María Álvarez, and Esther van der Knaap

L.), watermelon [ Citrullus lanatus (Thunb.) Matsum. and Nakai] and melon ( C . melo ). C. melo is the most diversified species of the genus Cucumis L., and this variability is reflected at the morphological, physiological, biochemical ( Burger

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Xiyan Yu, Xiufeng Wang, Jide Fan, Hongmei Tian, and Chengchao Zheng

Cucumis melo . Materials and Methods Plant material and tissue sampling. Muskmelon inbred line M01-3 was grown in a greenhouse in an experimental farm of Shandong Agricultural University in Tai'an, China, from March through June 2006 with

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Juan Pablo Fernández-Trujillo, Javier Obando, Juan Antonio Martínez, Antonio Luis Alarcón, Iban Eduardo, Pere Arús, and Antonio José Monforte

Cucumis melo is an annual diploid species that belongs to the Cucurbitaceae, one of the largest families in the world and important from a commercial point of view ( Secretary of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food of Argentina, 2006 ). Most of the

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Soon O. Park, Hye Y. Hwang, and Kevin M. Crosby

of some important plant species Plant Mol. Biol. Rpt. 9 211 215 Baudracco-Arnas, S. Pitrat, M. 1996 A genetic map of melon ( Cucumis melo L.) with RFLP, RAPD, isozyme, disease resistance and morphological