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John M. Ruter

Agriculture 2018 Prunus caroliniana . 29 Jan. 2019. < > Wolfe, L.M. Drapalik, D.J. 1999 Variation in the degree of andromonoecy in Prunus caroliniana Castanea 64 3 1 4

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Hazel Y. Wetzstein, Nadav Ravid, Erik Wilkins and Adriana Pinheiro Martinelli

consumption of the fruit and juice ( Holland et al., 2009 ). Flowering in pomegranate is characterized as having both hermaphroditic (bisexual) flowers and functionally male flowers on the same plant, a condition referred to as andromonoecy. The hermaphroditic

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Jason Prothro, Hussein Abdel-Haleem, Eleni Bachlava, Victoria White, Steven Knapp and Cecilia McGregor

of the a gene responsible for andromonoecy in watermelon. Fine mapping will be required to determine whether the a gene in watermelon has a pleiotropic effect on fruit shape or whether the correlation is the result of close linkage between two

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David A. Munter, James J. Luby and Neil O. Anderson

monoecious flowers [indicating a pathway with monoecy as an intermediate step ( Fig. 1B and D )] or hermaphroditic flowers [indicating gynodioecy, andromonoecy, or androdioecy as an intermediate step ( Fig. 1E–G ) ( Ainsworth, 2000 ; Pannell, 2002 ; Ross

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Yusuke Ii, Yuichi Uno, Michio Kanechi and Noboru Inagaki

.R. 1999 Comparative performance of male and female plants during the annual growth cycle of a dioecious asparagus cultivar Acta Hort. 479 347 353 Sneep, J. 1953 The significance of andromonoecy for the breeding of Asparagus officinalis L Euphytica 2 89

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Maria Jose Gonzalo, Elisabet Claveria, Antonio J. Monforte and Ramon Dolcet-Sanjuan

. Bendahmane, A. 2008 A conserved mutation in an ethylene biosynthesis enzyme leads to andromonoecy in melons Science 321 836 838 Burr, B. Burr, A.F. 1991 Recombinant inbreds for molecular mapping in maize: Theoretical and practical considerations Trends Genet

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Hazel Y. Wetzstein, Weiguang Yi, Justin A. Porter and Nadav Ravid

condition referred to as andromonoecy. Although pomegranate flowers are commonly portrayed as falling within either bisexual or male floral types, sex expression appears to follow a spectrum where flowers can range from those with strong pistils to those