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Taifeng Zhang, Jiajun Liu, Shi Liu, Zhuo Ding, Feishi Luan, and Peng Gao

cetyltrimethylammonium bromide Nat. Protoc. 1 2320 2325 Amanullah, S. Shi, L. Peng, G. Zhicheng, Z. Qianglong, Z. Chao, F. Feishi, L. 2018 QTL mapping for melon ( Cucumis melo L.) fruit traits by assembling and utilization of novel SNPs based CAPS markers Scientia Hort

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Giuseppe Colla, Carolina María Cardona Suárez, Mariateresa Cardarelli, and Youssef Rouphael

University, Central Italy (lat. 42°25′ N, long. 12°08′ E, alt. 310 m above sea level). Cucumis melo L. cv. Proteo (Syngenta Seeds, Mariano Comense, Italy) was grafted onto the following commercial rootstocks: ‘Dinero’ ( Cucumis melo L.; Syngenta Seeds

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James D. McCreight and William M. Wintermantel

Melon ( Cucumis melo L.) is a fresh vegetable and dessert fruit that may also be cooked, dried, or processed for juice and flavoring. Melon seeds may be roasted and eaten like nuts and are a source of high-quality cooking oil and high-protein seed

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Wenjing Guan, Xin Zhao, Donald W. Dickson, Maria L. Mendes, and Judy Thies

occurring resistance was found in wild species of Cucumis such as C. metulifer and C. anguria ( Fassuliotis, 1967 ; Thies and Levi, 2013 ; Wehner et al., 1991 ) and wild melon C. melo var. texanus ( Faske, 2013 ), but it was absent in melon

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Anne Frary, Hasan Özgür Şığva, Ayfer Tan, Tuncer Taşkın, Abdullah İnal, Sevgi Mutlu, Mehmet Haytaoğlu, and Sami Doğanlar

Genebank at the Aegean Agricultural Research Institute (AARI), Menemen, Izmir, Turkey. The seed bank contains 571 accessions of Cucumis melo, many of which have been collected and submitted by farmers from throughout the country ( Sari et al., 2008 ). Ex

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James D. McCreight and Michael D. Coffey

Cucurbit powdery mildew (CPM), a major problem of melon ( Cucumis melo L.) production worldwide, is mostly caused by two fungi: Podosphaera xanthii and Golovinomyces cichoracearum (DC) V.P. Heluta (formerly Erysiphe cichoracearum ) ( Jahn et

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James D. McCreight, Hsing-Yeh Liu, and Thomas A. Turini

known to transmit 111 virus species ( Jones, 2003 ). Six sweetpotato whitefly-transmitted begomoviruses of melon ( Cucumis melo L.) have appeared in commercial melon fields in the southwestern United States, western Mexico, and Central America since

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Ana Fita, Belén Picó, Antonio J. Monforte, and Fernando Nuez

traits ( Tuberosa et al., 2003 ). Soil stresses are responsible for worldwide economic losses in melon cultivation that run into millions of dollars ( Gómez-Guillamón and Álvarez, 2001 ). Unfortunately, root morphology studies on melon ( Cucumis melo

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Menahem Edelstein, Roni Cohen, Meital Elkabetz, Shimon Pivonia, Ami Maduel, Tom Sadeh-Yarok, and M. Ben-Hur

Zohar Experiment Station, ‘En Tamar (87% sand, 8% silt, and 5% clay), northern ‘Arava, Israel (lat. 30°94′ N, long. 35°37′ E), during 2013/2014 and 2014/2015. Melon ( Cucumis melo ) ‘6023’ (Galia market type; Hazera Seeds, Mivhor, Israel) was grafted

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Mohsen Hatami, Siamak Kalantari, Forouzandeh Soltani, and John C. Beaulieu

Melon ( Cucumis melo ) is one of the most important horticultural crops in Iran. Worldwide, more than 31 million t of melons were produced in 2016, with China, Turkey, and Iran being the major producers ( Food and Agriculture Organization of the