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Dario J. Chavez, Eileen A. Kabelka and José X. Chaparro

433 441 Contin, M. Munger, H.M. 1977 Inheritance of powdery mildew resistance in interspecific crosses with Cucurbita martinezii HortScience 12 397 (abstract). Donahoo, R.S. Kousik, C.S. Thies, J.A. 2009 Response of US Cucumis melo Plant

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Ming Cai, Ke Wang, Le Luo, Hui-tang Pan, Qi-xiang Zhang and Yu-yong Yang

et al. (2001) . Other interspecific crosses between H . macrophylla and H . arborescens or H . macrophylla and H. quercifolia failed because of postzygotic barriers. The putative hybrid seedlings died at the cotyledonary stage or the first

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Phillip D. Griffiths, Laura Fredrick Marek and Larry D. Robertson

. oleracea , it will be important to determine the presence and frequency of Xcc resistance not just within cultivated Brassica vegetables, but also within related crucifer accessions. Resistance may then be exploited through interspecific crosses of B

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Qijing Zhang and Dajun Gu

Amygdalus . Evidence from interspecific crosses also supports the classification of subgenus Lithocerasus as distinct from subgenus Cerasus and suggests that subgenus Lithocerasus is more closely related to subgenus Prunophora . For example, members

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Ebrahiem M. Babiker, Stephen J. Stringer, Barbara J. Smith and Hamidou F. Sakhanokho

of responses among the southern highbush accessions after inoculation with an isolate of T. minima . Most of the tested accessions were rated susceptible to T. minima , and progeny of interspecific crosses of V. pallidum with V. elliottii and V

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John W. Scott, Stephen M. Olson and Jerry A. Bartz

interspecific cross. International Symposium on Tospoviruses and Thrips of Floral and Vegetable Crops, Taichung, Taiwan, Nov. 7–11, 1995 Acta Hort. 43 385 392

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Richard J. Henny and Jianjun Chen

part of this series as shown in Figure 1 . Fig. 1. Aglaonema ‘Scenic Bay’ after 9 months growth from a single cutting in a 1.6-L container. Origin Aglaonema ‘Scenic Bay’ is a selection from an interspecific cross of A. commutatum

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Dale T. Lindgren, Daniel M. Schaaf and Kim Todd

named ( Lindgren, 2006 ). Although selections from interspecific crosses are less common than intraspecific crosses, many European hybrids have been derived from intercrossing species and hybrids from Mexico with the large-flowered P. cobaea Nutt. from

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James F. Hancock, Chad E. Finn, James J. Luby, Adam Dale, Pete W. Callow and Sedat Serçe

base that included elite clones of Chilean germplasm that were horticulturally superior to the F. chiloensis previously studied; and 2) we performed a round of improvement within species before making the interspecific crosses to maximize levels of

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Thomas J. Molnar and John M. Capik

from these early efforts are still available today. However, despite the development of these resistant plants, little has been documented on the inheritance and expression of EFB resistance in seedlings from interspecific cross of C. americana and C