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Júlia Halász, Attila Hegedűs, Zoltán Szabó, József Nyéki, and Andrzej Pedryc

at Derecske, Hungary and two pluots—interspecific hybrids between Prunus salicina Lindl. and P. armeniaca L.—(‘Flavor Grenade’ and ‘Flavor King’) from an orchard at Siófok, Hungary. DNA extraction. Genomic DNA was extracted from fully

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Chunxian Chen and William R. Okie

Peach ( Prunus persica ) was domesticated several thousand years ago in China and subsequently introduced to Persia, the Mediterranean, the Americas, and elsewhere ( Faust and Timon, 1995 ). Cultivars selected for cool dry climates generally do not

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Bayram Murat Asma

‘Dilbay’ is an early-maturing table apricot ( Prunus armeniaca L.) cultivar developed from the Multi-Purpose Apricot Breeding Program at the Inonu University, Malatya, Turkey. ‘Dilbay’ is suitable for fresh consumption because it has perfect fruit

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Cevriye Mert

Protoplasma 228 131 135 Ahmedullah, M. 1983 Pollen morphology of selected Vitis cultivars J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 108 155 160 Arzani, K. Nejatian, M.A. Karimzadeh, G. 2005 Apricot ( Prunus armeniaca ) pollen morphological characterisation through scanning

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Mary Woodhead, Ailsa Weir, Kay Smith, Susan McCallum, Katrin MacKenzie, and Julie Graham

, the Spiraeoideae, which includes the perennial tree crops apple ( Malus × domestica ), peach ( Prunus persica ), cherry ( Prunus avium and Prunus cerasus ), plum ( Prunus domestica and Prunus salicina ), apricot ( Prunus armeniaca ), almond

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Qijing Zhang and Dajun Gu

Prunus tomentosa Thunb. (2 n = 16) and P. salicina Lindl. (2 n = 16) of the family Rosaceae belong to different subgenera. Prunus tomentosa is in the subgenus Cerasus , while P. salicina is in the subgenus Prunophora ( Ingram, 1948

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Jorge Pinochet

‘Replantpac’ is a new plum–almond hybrid selected by Agromillora Iberia, S.L., Barcelona, Spain, for use mainly as a rootstock for Japanese plum ( Prunus salicina Lindl.), peach, and nectarine [ P. persica (L.) Batsch] cultivars, but it can also

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Olfa Zarrouk, Pilar S. Testillano, María Carmen Risueño, María Ángeles Moreno, and Yolanda Gogorcena

and scion were delimited by an over-stained line. The arrangement of the cambium cells was less organized in graft interface of the incompatible combinations according to previous reports about apricot [ Prunus armeniaca ( Errea et al., 2001 )] and

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Jung Hyun Kwon, Ji Hae Jun, Eun Young Nam, Kyeong Ho Chung, Ik Koo Yoon, Seok Kyu Yun, and Sung Jong Kim

-incompatibility alleles in apricot ( Prunus armeniaca L.) revealed by stylar ribonuclease assay and S -PCR analysis Euphytica 145 57 66 Halász, J. Hegedűs, A. Szabó, Z. Nyéki, J. Pedryc, A. 2007 DNA-based S -genotyping of Japanese plum and pluot cultivars to clarify

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Viji Sitther, Dapeng Zhang, Sadanand A. Dhekney, Donna L. Harris, Anand K. Yadav, and William R. Okie

study ( Table 1 ). In addition, 22 accessions from related Prunus species that included representative samples of apricot ( P. armeniaca ), bush cherry ( P. japonica ), european plum ( P. domestica ), japanese plum ( P. salicina ), myrobalan plum ( P