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Ayoub Fathi-Najafabadi, Cristina Besada, Rebeca Gil, and Alejandra Salvador

evaluated were Kanshu, Shinshu, Soshu, Suruga, Youhou, and Izu. They were all released by the NIFTS-Japan ( Table 1 ) and were introduced into the IVIA germplasm bank in 2014 thanks to an agreement reached between the IVIA and NIFTS. They were cultivated

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Masahiko Yamada, Akihiko Sato, and Yasuo Ukai

Environmental variance components were estimated for calyx-end fruit cracking in pollination-constant and nonastringent cultivars and selections of Japanese persimmon (Diospyros kaki Thunb.). The cracking value of a tree in a cultivar or selection (genotype) (X) was evaluated as the number of fruit that cracked divided by the total number (25) of fruit evaluated from each tree. Because the mean value of X was correlated with the variance of X, analyses of variance were performed using its square root value. The variance associated with genotyp× year interaction was the largest of environmental variance components. The variances associated among years and among trees within genotypes were very small. The mean percentage of cracked fruit in evaluation for 10 years was 3% for `Fuyu', 11% for `Matsumotowase-Fuyu', and 12% for `Izu'. On the basis of the environmental variance components obtained, it is proposed that all offspring genotypes exhibiting a phenotypic cracking incidence of less than 20% and 11% should be selected in single-year and three-year evaluations, respectively, when those genotypes are evaluated using 25 fruits from a single tree, in order to successfully select all genotypes with an genotypic incidence of less than 3%.

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Eun Ju Cheong, Myong-Suk Cho, Seung-Chul Kim, and Chan-Soo Kim

indigenous on Izu Ōshima and on all the other neighboring Izu Islands, and southern Izu Peninsula and the coastal region of the Boso Peninsula in Japan ( Iwatsuki et al., 1995 ; Kuitert, 1999 ). Although the previous studies ( Cho et al., 2014 ; Innan et al

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Cristina Besada, Alejandra Salvador, Lucía Arnal, and Jose María Martínez-Jávega

severity of this alteration as the temperatures used rose and treatment time increased. Skin cracking in persimmon has not previously been associated with HT; however, some cultivars such as Yubeni and Fuyu ( Yamada et al., 2003 ) or Jiro and Izu ( Sato

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Takashi Akagi, Yumi Takeda, Keizo Yonemori, Ayako Ikegami, Atsushi Kono, Masahiko Yamada, and Shinya Kanzaki

-PCNA cultivars shown in Table 2 and the following 23 PCNA cultivars: Fujiwara-gosho, Fukuro-gosho, Fuyu, Gosho, Ikutomi, Izu, Izushi-ogosho, Jiro, Hana-gosho, Kanshu, Maekawa-jiro, Matsumotowase-fuyu, Midai, Mikado, Mushiroda-gosho, Ogosho, Okugosho, Suruga

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Kanin J. Routson, Gayle M. Volk, Christopher M. Richards, Steven E. Smith, Gary Paul Nabhan, and Victoria Wyllie de Echeverria

.01) across ≈2.5 km in island populations of wild flowering cherry [ Prunus lannesiana (Carriere) E.H. Wilson] from the Izu Islands in Japan ( Kato et al., 2011 ). Grouping of samples in an IBD plot indicates geographic barriers to gene flow ( Guillot, 2009

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Sandra M. Reed and Timothy A. Rinehart

double-flower lacecap cultivars and exhibited genetic similarities to each other and to ‘Shamrock’. ‘Izo-no-Hana’ and ‘Jogasaki’ were discovered on the east coast of Izu, but the greatest genetic similarity within this group was found between ‘Izo

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, Clanton, AL 35045 The performance of seven non-astringent Oriental persimmons was evaluated for the first three years of fruit production in Central Alabama. The cultivars included in the study are: ‘Fuyu’, ‘Matsumoto Wase Fuyu’, ‘Izu’, ‘Ichikikei Jiro