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Keiko Sekido, Yusaku Hayashi, Kunio Yamada, Katsuhiro Shiratake, Shogo Matsumoto, Tsutomu Maejima and Hiromitsu Komatsu

Apples ( Malus × domestica Borkh.) are produced commercially in most temperate countries not only for fresh use, but also for processed goods such as juice and in slices as an ingredient for cakes, pies, and tarts. ‘Fuji’, ‘Shinano Sweet’, ‘Orin

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Kanin J. Routson, Ann A. Reilley, Adam D. Henk and Gayle M. Volk

, G.M. Richards, C.M. Reilley, A.A. Henk, A.D. Forsline, P.L. Aldwinckle, H.S. 2005 Ex situ conservation of vegetatively propagated species: Development of a seed-based core collection for Malus sieversii J. Amer. Hort. Sci. 130 203 210 Whealy, K. 2001

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Soo-Hyung Kim and Bert Cregg

, R.E. 2011 Characterizing water use efficiency and water deficit responses in apple ( Malus × domestica Borkh. and Malus sieversii Ledeb.). M. Roem HortScience 46 1079 1084 Bunce, J. 2012 Using new gas exchange methods to estimate mesophyll

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Ying Li, Xiao-Li Hu, Robert N. Trigiano, Herbert Aldwinckle and Zong-Ming (Max) Cheng

resistance of Malus sieversii populations from Central Asia HortScience 32 440 Brown, S. 2012 Apple. In: M. Badenes and D. Byrne (eds.). Fruit Breeding. Handbook of Plant Breeding, vol. 8. Springer, Boston, MA Bus, V.G. Bassett, H.C. Bowatte, D. Chagné, D

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

Malus × domestica cluster when molecular markers were used to ascertain their relationships. Some (including M.8 and M.9) formed a tight cluster, suggesting close familial relationships ( Fazio et al., 2011 ; Oraguzie et al., 2005 ). Some have

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Yu Zong, Ping Sun, Xiaoyan Yue, Qingfeng Niu and Yuanwen Teng

are fully characterized. Volk et al. (2005) proposed a method to store wild apple ( Malus sieversii ) seeds, which also could be used for the conservation of pear seeds. Literature Cited Ahmed, M. Anjum, M.A. Khan, M.Q. Ahmed, M.J. Pearce, S. 2010

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Jean Carlos Bettoni, Aike Anneliese Kretzschmar, Remi Bonnart, Ashley Shepherd and Gayle M. Volk

bud method: Results from 1915 accessions Cryo Lett. 25 323 334 Volk, G.M. Richards, C.M. Reilley, A.A. Henk, A.D. 2005 Ex situ conservation of vegetatively propagated species: Development of a seed-based core collection for Malus sieversii J. Amer

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Yan Li, Peter M. Hirst, Yizhen Wan, Yingjiao Liu, Qian Zhou, Hua Gao, Yunzhong Guo, Zhengyang Zhao, Leicun Wang and Mingyu Han

decades ( Gao et al., 2011 ). Currently, ≈90% of apple orchards are planted with wild non-dwarfing standard seedlings of species such as M. sieversii , M. baccata , and M. prunifolia used as rootstocks and cultivars as scions ( Gao et al., 2011 ; Wan

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Jonathan Magby, Gayle M. Volk, Adam Henk and Steve Miller

propagated species: Development of a seed-based core collection for Malus sieversii J. Amer. Hort. Sci. 130 203 210 Wünsch, A. Hormaza, J.I. 2001 Cultivar identification and genetic fingerprinting of temperate fruit tree species using DNA markers Euphytica

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Liu Yang, Zhongkui Xie, Zhijiang Wu, Yajun Wang, Zhihong Guo, Yubao Zhang and Ruoyu Wang

mg·L −1 ( Pharbitis nil ; Nakayama and Hashimoto, 1973 ), apple with 5 mL ABA at 50 μM ( Malus hupehensis and M. sieversii ; Ma et al., 2008 ), and pepper at 250 mg·L −1 by drench with different frequency and timing ( Capsicum annuum ‘Aristotle