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of four bush C . maxima lines, NH245 and NH65, exhibited good compatibility when crossed to C. moschata cultigens ( Uretsky, 2012 ). For C. moschata parents we relied on two established processing cultivars LIC and DF. We also evaluated the

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instance, Sun et al. (2010) reported that embryo abortion was a critical factor resulting in the failure of the interspecies cross between D. grandiflorum ‘Yuhuaxingchen’ and D. nankingense as well as a main factor leading to the low seed set of

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interspecific and intergeneric crosses, which leads to a high degree of heterozygosity in the resulting hybrids, with polyploidy and aneuploidy often occurring. In seed-propagated ornamentals with a considerable seed market, cultivars will normally be bred as

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. × ananassa by making interspecies crosses among the elites of F. virginiana and F. chiloensis ; and 5) select superior genotypes of reconstructed F . × ananassa that can be used in further breeding and/or varietal release. Fig. 1. Breeding

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maternal M. crassipes and the other species in the genus ( Wang et al., 2003 ), suggesting some interspecific hybridization with respect to M. crassipes may be unilateral ( Lewis, 1958 ), videlicet, the cross using M. crassipes as a parent is only

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; Ma et al., 2015 ; Singh et al., 2011 ; Wang et al., 2012 ). Distant hybridization refers to crosses between two different species, genera, or higher-ranking taxa ( Chen et al., 2018 ; Li et al., 2016 ), and overcoming the prefertilization

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studies using a limited number of molecular markers but different cultivars ( Reed and Rinehart, 2007 ). Interspecies crosses between H. macrophylla × H. angustipetala and H. macrophylla × H. arborescens were proven to be successful ( Cai et al

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interspecies crosses with L. sativa for new cultivar development include crosses with L. saligna and L. serriola . The cultivar ‘Salad Bibb’ was developed through a series of crosses with L. saligna with several L. sativa cultivars (PVPA 8500060). The

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-SSR ( Billotte et al., 2005 ; Singh et al., 2013 ; Ukoskit et al., 2014 ). Thus, it is feasible to apply these makers on the Asian Palmyra palm. In this study, we evaluated the cross-genera transferability of the gSSRs and EST-SSRs derived from oil palm and

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surface; however, the overall quality is still undesirable for fruit production. Therefore, further crosses need to be performed to develop selections with a combination of dwarf trait and excellent fruit quality. From the interspecies cross ‘Aihuali

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