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He Li and Donglin Zhang

interspecific crosses in the genus Rhododendron Plant Cell Tissue Organ Cult. 89 29 35 Gamborg, O.L. Miller, R.A. Ojima, K. 1968 Nutrient requirements of suspension cultures of soybean root cells Expt. Cell Res. 50 151 158 Geng, X. Wu, Y. Zhao, H. 2014

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Gennaro Fazio, Yizhen Wan, Dariusz Kviklys, Leticia Romero, Richard Adams, David Strickland and Terence Robinson

. Materials and Methods Plant material and DNA extraction. Several segregating populations were used in this evaluation: 1) population named O3R5: 186 progeny from the interspecific cross between two apple rootstocks, ‘Ottawa 3’ ( Spangelo et al., 1974 ) and R

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Hongmei Ma, Richard Olsen, Margaret Pooler and Matthew Kramer

. Table 3. Inheritance of SSR markers in Prunus hybrids from controlled interspecific crosses showing expected Mendelian inheritance and nonparental bands (in bold) in the progeny. Only a partial data set is included for brevity. All species in this

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Marina Petreikov, Lena Yeselson, Shmuel Shen, Ilan Levin, Arthur A. Schaffer, Ari Efrati and Moshe Bar

the fruit tissue ( Chen et al., 1998 ; Park and Chung, 1998 ; Petreikov et al., 2006 ). A set of near isogenic tomato plants was developed from an interspecific cross between the cultivated Solanum lycopersicum (formerly Lycopersicon esculentum

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Jake Uretsky and J. Brent Loy

open-pollinated cultivar GD was used as the female parent in interspecific crosses. Open-pollinated, vine cultivars of C. moschata , LIC and DF, were used as male parents. Interspecific C. maxima x C. moschata crosses were performed in the field

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James Robert Ault and Sandy S. Siqueira

. Some of the research tools being used in this germplasm improvement program include embryo/ovule rescue from wide interspecific crosses, polyploid induction, and in vitro propagation. These studies depend on effective tissue culture protocols. There

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Wenhao Dai and Cielo Castillo

landscaping purposes. Attempts to improve Buddleia davidii using conventional breeding methods have resulted in limited success ( Tobutt, 1993 ). Different ploidy levels of species in the genus Buddleia may impede the interspecific crosses; therefore

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James W. Olmstead, Hilda Patricia Rodríguez Armenta and Paul M. Lyrene

. However, successful hybridization between species outside of the section Cyanococcus with either cultivated or uncultivated members of the Cyanococcus section has been less frequent. Thus, it is intersectional crosses and not interspecific crosses that

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Sarah K. Taber and James W. Olmstead

. Supporting this association between seed number and fruit size and development period are cases where interspecific crosses have been compared with crosses that were either self- or cross-pollinated. Aalders and Hall (1961) found reduced seed set in lowbush

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Ying Wang, Ming Kang and Hongwen Huang

. Artificial interspecific crosses among chestnuts have been used to introgress disease and/or pest resistance traits in chestnut breeding programs (e.g., Clapper, 1954 ; Diller and Clapper, 1969 ). Molecular markers such as allozymes also have been applied