prunus genetics and applications - horticulture

Dormancy

Abstract Mapping and sequencing of the non-dormant evg mutant in peach [Prunus persica (L ) Batsch] identified six tandem-arrayed DAM (d ormancy-a ssociated M ADS-box) genes as candidates for regulating growth cessation and terminal bud formation To narrow the list of candidate genes an attempt was made to associate bud phenology with the seasonal and environmental patterns of expression of

Engineering cherry rootstocks with resistance to

Maria Jos Aranzana Vronique Decroocq Elisabeth Dirlewanger Iban Eduardo Zhong Shan Gao Ksenija Gasic Amy Iezzoni Sook Jung Cameron Peace Humberto Prieto Ryutaro Tao Ignazio Verde Albert G Abbott and Pere Ars Prunus genetics and applications after de novo genome sequencing: achievements and prospects Horticulture Research

Prunus genetics and applications after de novo

2020-7-13Finally we present the current status of publically available Prunus genomics and genetics data housed mainly in the Genome Database for Rosaceae (GDR) and its updated functionalities for future bioinformatics-based Prunus genetics and genomics inquiry Journal: Horticulture research DOI: 10 1038/s41438-019-0140-8 Year: 2019 Read Publication

Evaluation of Potential prunus Rootstocks for Almond

2018-12-12Horticulture Innovation Australia Limited (Hort Innovation) and Almond Board of Australia make no representations and expressly disclaim all warranties (to the extent permitted by law) about the accuracy completeness or currency of information inEvaluation of Potential prunus Rootstocks for Almond Production

Genetic determinism of phenological traits highly

The present study investigated the genetic determinism of flowering date (FD ) dissected into chilling (CR ) and heat (HR ) requirements Elucidation of the genetic determinism of flowering traits is crucial to anticipate the increasing of ecological misalignment of adaptative traits with novel climate conditions in most temperate‐fruit species

Horticulture Research

Prunus genetics and applications after de novo genome sequencing: achievements and prospects Mara Jos Aranzana Vronique Decroocq Elisabeth Dirlewanger Iban Eduardo Zhong Shan Gao Ksenija Gasic Amy Iezzoni Sook Jung Cameron Peace Humberto Prieto Ryutaro Tao Ignazio Verde Albert G Abbott Pere Ars

Genetic Diversity and Population Structure of Gerbera

Gerbera delavayi (fireweed Asteraceae) is a perennial herb native to southwest China and the neighboring Vietnam In recent years the species' distribution and abundance have seriously declined because its leaves have been excessively harvested for textile industry In this study 19 polymorphic and neutral microsatellite primer pairs were developed based on transcriptome sequencing of G

ISHS

2020-8-19XXX International Horticultural Congress IHC2018: II International Symposium on Organic Horticulture for Wellbeing of the Environment and Population 1285 XXX International Horticultural Congress IHC2018: II International Symposium on Micropropagation and In Vitro Techniques 1284

Curriculum Vitae

2015-6-12Horticulture Huazhong Agricultural University (HZAU) China of Genetics and Genomicand more than ten Journals on plant genetics and Development and characterization of microsatellite markers in Prunus Sibirica (Rosaceae) Applications in Plant Science 2013 1(3):1200074

A NEW APPROACH OF SWEET CHERRY (PRUNUS AVIUM

2016-10-8cherry (Prunus avium L ) cultivars and selections International Journal Horticulture Science 10 (4):21– 26 Beyhan N Karakaş B 2009 Investigations of the fertilization biology of some sweet cherry cultivars grown in central Northern Anatolian Region of Turkey Scientia Horticulturae 121 320–326 Bosch J Kept W P 2002

Orchard plant breeding genetics and biotechnology

Institute of Horticulture of Lithuanian Research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry (IH LRCAF) is a scientific research institution engaged in horticultural plant collection evaluation breeding and research This review presents achievements in breeding and research on temperate fruit species at the Institute As horticulture in Northern Europe presents specific challenges a history of

QTL analysis and candidate gene mapping for skin and flesh

2016-7-10Tree Genetics Genomes DOI 10 1007/s11295-010-0294-x ORIGINAL PAPER QTL analysis and candidate gene mapping for skin and flesh color in sweet cherry fruit (Prunus avium L ) Suneth S Sooriyapathirana Amjad Khan Audrey M Sebolt Dechun

Novel Rosaceae plant elicitor peptides as sustainable

Various Prunus species are important for stone‐fruit production but also as ornamental plants or in wild forests Bacterial spot and canker of stone‐fruits and almond is an economically important disease caused by Xanthomonas arboricola pv pruni (hereafter Xap) that affects a wide range of Prunus species worldwide (EPPO 2015)

Amy Iezzoni

Prunus genetics and applications after de novo genome sequencing: Achievements and Prospects Horticultural Research 6 Article number 58 Cai L Quero-Garcia J Barreneche T Dirlewanger E Saski C Iezzoni A 2019 A fruit firmness QTL identified on linkage group 4 in sweet cherry (Prunus avium L ) is associated with domesticated and bred

Advances in horticultural science and their

The first volume of the full proceedings of the fifteenth International Horticultural Congress has already been reviewed [cf XXXII 5721] Volume 2 deals with fruit growing and flower growing and volume 3 with a miscellany of topics ranging from ornamental shrub and tree growing to phytopathology and various horticultural techniques As was true of the first volume nearly all the papers of

Horticulture Research2014

2016-9-9Horticulture Research co-published by Nature Publishing Group (NPG) and Nanjing Agricultural University It is an Open Access fully peer-reviewed journal that publishes the best and most interesting research focusing on all major horticultural crops from around the world

Prunus: Yu M L

Medical and scientific articles about Prunus written by M L Yu 1: Article: Identification and characterization of WD40 superfamily genes in peach 2019 Feng Ruchao / Zhang Chunhua / Ma Ruijuan / Cai Zhixiang / Lin Yao / Yu Mingliang College of Horticulture Nanjing Agricultural University Nanjing 210095 China Institute of Pomology Jiangsu Academy of Agricultural Sciences/Jiangsu

Employee Profiles

Aranzana MJ Decroocq V Dirlewanger E Eduardo I Gao Z Gasic K Iezzoni A Jung S Peace C Prieto U Tao R Verde I Abbott A and Ars P (2019) Prunus genetics and applications after de novo genome sequencing: achievements and prospects Horticulture Research 6:58

The Molecular And Genetic Control Of Tree

2019-4-11The cultivation of tree species for agricultural production is expensive in large part because of the manual architectural manipulations required to maximize productivity and harvesting efficiency Pruning requires tremendous amounts of manual labor while training and trellising systems have additional materials and labor costs Harvesting fruit and nuts from large spreading trees often

Hort Innovation

Development and implementation of protocols to enable importation of improved honey bee genetics to Australia (MT18019) Generation of data for pesticide permit applications in horticulture crops 2019/20 (MT18018) Evaluation of potential prunus rootstocks for almond production – stage 2 (AL16006)

Frontiers

During the evolution of the eukaryotic cell plastids and mitochondria arose from an endosymbiotic process which determined the presence of three genetic compartments into the incipient plant cell After that these three genetic materials from host and symbiont suffered several rearrangements bringing on a complex interaction between nuclear and organellar gene products Nowadays plastids

DIGITAL CSIC: Prunus genetics and applications after

2020-4-14Prunus genetics and applications after de novo genome sequencing: achievements and prospects Horticulture Research 6: 58 (2019) Resumen: Finally we present the current status of publically available Prunus genomics and genetics data housed mainly in the Genome Database for Rosaceae (GDR) and its updated functionalities for future

Prunus genetics and applications after de novo

2020-7-13Finally we present the current status of publically available Prunus genomics and genetics data housed mainly in the Genome Database for Rosaceae (GDR) and its updated functionalities for future bioinformatics-based Prunus genetics and genomics inquiry Journal: Horticulture research DOI: 10 1038/s41438-019-0140-8 Year: 2019 Read Publication

Papers 2010

2020-6-1This is the official website of the Laboratory of Pomology Division of Agronomy and Horticultural Science Graduate School of Agriculture Kyoto University Our research is aiming to develop effective fruit production and breeding systems through genetic plant physiological biochemical molecular and evolutionary studies on the important agronomic traits of fruit tree species

Plant Variety Journal

2020-8-19This part of the Plant Varieties Journal provides public notices on Acceptances Variety Descriptions Grants and Variations etc The Public Notices pages of Plant Varieties Journal (Vol 33 Issue 2) are listed below: Home Acceptances Variety Descriptions Grants Assignment of Rights Change of Applicant's Name Change or Nomination of Agent

Professor Bruce Topp

Western plums make room – opportunities to develop the health profile and functional applications of Asia's plums Fanning Kent Topp Bruce Russell Dougal and Netzel Michael (2014) Western plums make room – opportunities to develop the health profile and functional applications of Asia's plums Food Asia Pacific 1 (2) 25-25

Prunus Genetics and Applications After De Novo

Prunus Genetics and Applications After De Novo Genome Sequencing: Achievements and Prospects Hortic Res 2019 Apr 5 5 5Department of Horticulture Michigan State University 1066 Bogue Street we highlight key achievements in Prunus genetics and breeding driven by the availability of these whole-genome sequences