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. 2004 Increasing ‘Blackamber’ plum ( Prunus salicina Lindell) consumer acceptance Postharvest Biol. Technol. 34 237 244 Delgado, C. Crisosto, G.M. Heymann, H. Crisosto, C.H. 2013 Determining the primary drivers of liking to predict consumers’ acceptance

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. Hort. Sci. 74 424 430 Mota, M.S. Bianchi, V.J. Carvalho, A.Z. Braga, E.J.B. Peters, J.A. 2010 Molecular identification of s-alleles of gametophytic incompatibility in Prunus salicina Lindl Rev. Bras. Frutic. 32 798 807 Nishitani, C. Yamaguchi

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temperature (5 °C), the pollen germination rate was greater, and more pollen tubes grew to the base of the style ( Hedhly et al., 2004 ; Pirlak and Bolat, 2002 ). Studies showed that the ovule life of Cerasus pseudocerasus Lindl. and Prunus salicina Lindl

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Prunus salicina × Prunus armeniaca . However, studies on how to overcome the distant hybridization incompatibility in the loquat have not been reported. The loquat is an evergreen rosaceous fruit tree that is native to southeastern China, but is

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studies have described the high antioxidant potential of peaches ( Gil et al., 2002 ; Reig et al., 2013 ; Santos et al., 2013 ), and extracts of both peach and plum ( Prunus salicina L.) may have cancer-suppressive properties against certain breast

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), plum ( Prunus domestica L. and Prunus salicina L.), peach and nectarine ( Prunus persica L.), pear ( Pyrus communis L.), and tomato ( Solanum esculentum Mill) ( Watkins, 2006 ; Watkins and Miller, 2006 ). Of these fruit, however, apple appears

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‘lucía myrtea’ and ‘victoria myrtea’ are early-season cultivars of Japanese plum ( Prunus salicina Lindl.) typology, both characterized by their low chilling requirements, so their adaptation is ideal for warm growing areas in the current context

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total of 55 plum genotypes [ P. domestica L., Prunus italica Borkh., Prunus insititia L., Prunus cerasifera Ehrh., Prunus syriaca (Borkh.) Karp., Prunus cocomilia Ten., and a Prunus besseyi Bail. × Prunus salicina Lindl. hybrid] originated

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,801,187 t in 2018, accounting for 53.9% of the world’s total (FAOSTAT, http://www.fao.org/faostat/en/#data ). Chinese plum ( Prunus salicina Lindl., 2 n = 2 x = 16), also known as Japanese plum, is widely grown for fresh market consumption and the

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through PCA. For example, PCA performed using data from eight SSR markers of Prunus salicina and hybrids of P. salicina showed that interspecific hybrids tend to cluster together depending on their admixture of genotypes, each being pulled closer to

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