1 edition of Breeding for fruit quality found in the catalog.
Breeding for fruit quality
Matthew A. Jenks
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editors: Matthew A. Jenks, Penelope J. Bebeli|
|LC Classifications||SB359.35 .B74 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 384 p., 12 p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||384|
|LC Control Number||2010040941|
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Breeding for Fruit Quality opens with chapters that look at fruit biology and breeding strategies behind specific traits, including a look at traits such as organoleptic quality, nutritional value, and improved yield, among others.
Subsequent chapters review breeding efforts to improve overall quality in a wide range of specific fruits. Breeding for Fruit Quality opens with chapters that look at fruit biology and breeding strategies behind specific traits, including a look at traits such as organoleptic quality, nutritional value, and improved yield, among others.
Subsequent chapters review Breeding for fruit quality book efforts to improve overall quality in a wide range of specific fruits. Breeding for Fruit Quality opens with chapters that look at fruit biology and breeding strategies behind specific traits, including a look at traits such as organoleptic quality, nutritional value, and improved yield, among others.
Subsequent chapters review breeding efforts to improve overall quality in a wide range of specific cturer: Wiley. Imai, T. Yoshioka and T. Hayashi, Quantitative trait locus (QTL) analysis of fruit-quality traits for mandarin breeding in Japan, Tree Genetics & Genomes, 13, 4, (). CrossrefCited by: 5.
Breeding for Fruit Quality presents a thorough analysis of plant breeding efforts to improve fruit quality, as well as a contemporary understanding of the physiological, developmental, and genetic mechanisms underlying associated traits. Breeding for Fruit Quality approaches recent developments in fruit genetics both holistically and by species.
The study of the implications of the different TF families in the processes related to fruit quality in the different Prunus species provides new opportunities for the marker-assisted breeding of.
In book: Breeding for Fruit Quality, Chapter: 13, Publisher: Wiley Blackwell, Editors: MA Jenks, PJ Bebeli, pp Improving flavour quality traits in fruit breeding calls for innovative. Raspberry is a globally-significant soft fruit crop, with increasing interest to consumers due to its versatility and health-related constituents.
In this background context, it is therefore timely to consider the present and future status of the raspberry crop, particularly with the advances in the use of molecular tools and plant phenotyping. Breeding for Fruit Quality in Apple / Hiroshi Iwanami --Breeding for Fruit Quality in / Rodrigo Infante, Pedro Martinez-Gomez, Stefano Predieri --Breeding for Fruit Quality in Strawberry / Jeremy A Pattison --Molecular Breeding of Grapevine for Aromatic Quality and Other Traits Relevant to Viticulture / Francesco Emanuelli, Juri Battilana.
Index Lecture Name Page No 1 History and development, importance of fruit breeding 2 Centers of diversity distribution and domestication of fruit species 3 Problems in fruit breeding – heterozygosity, polyploidy 4 Problems in fruit breeding –(contd) polyembryony, parthenocarpy & seedlessness 5 Incompatibility & sterility systems The present 2nd fully revised and enlarged edition of the much awaited book "Fruit Breeding Approaches and Achievements" is ventured with the objective to provide latest possible information on basic approaches in fruit breeding, breeding for biotic stresses resistance, use of plant growth regulators in fruit improvement, improvement of.
In this scenario of growing world population and reduced fruit availability, increasing the production of high-quality fruits is of critical importance for human health.
Traditionally, most breeding efforts have been devoted to increasing fruit size and yield, disregarding other quality parameters, such as sensory attributes or nutritional content.
Breeding for Fruit Quality Ann M. Callahan USDA-ARS, Appalachian Fruit Research Station Kearneysville, West VirginiaUSA Keywords: size, flavor, color, firmness, texture Abstract While fruit breeding programs have many different goals, including resistance Breeding for fruit quality book abiotic and biotic stress, tree architecture, precocity, and productivity, they all.
This is the first volume in a three volume comprehensive reference work presenting detailed information on the breeding of horticultural crops.
In a systematic way, the work presents: the history and commercial importance of each fruit, the origin and early development of cultivation, regional characteristics, breeding objectives, fruit characteristics such as color and shape, and. The Pioneering Work of Elmer Swenson 31 3.
Candidate Genes to Extend Fleshy Fruit Shelf Life 61 4. Breeding Naked Barley for Food, Feed, and Malt 95 5. The Foundations, Continuing Evolution, and Outcomes from the Application of Intellectual Property Protection in Plant Breeding and Agriculture : Irwin Goldman.
In May, every year sincein the great park of Sans-Souci in Potsdam just outside Berlin—a park begun in by Emperor Frederick II of Hohenzollern and expanded a century later by Frederick William IV—the doors of the great Orangerie open in and a Renaissance-style garden called Sizilianischer Garten is set up.
On horse-drawn carriages, Author: Paolo Inglese, Giuseppe Sortino. The main objectives of the book may be summarised as follows: Higher Yields, mproved Quality, Disease and Insect Resistance, Change in Maturity Duration, Agronomic Characteristics, Oilseeds: Major breeding procedures, Fruit Crops: Major Breeding Procedures, Seed Multiplication and Release of a Variety and soon.
Seller Inventory # Agri-food quality II addresses the quality management of plant-based food materials throughout the production chain, from field to table. Developments relating to the improvement of vegetable and fruit quality through plant breeding, genetic manipulation, modification of cultivation technology and optimisation of harvesting and storage.
Fruit breeding is an ancient technology with dynamic current technology and an exciting future (Janick and Moore,). In its broadest sense, fruit breeding refers to the purposeful genetic improvement of fruit crops through various techniques including selection, hybridization, mutation induction, and molecular Size: KB.
Because citrus is among the most difficult plants to improve through traditional breeding, citrus researchers, institutions and industries must quickly learn to adapt to new developments, knowledge and technologies to address the biological constraints of.
Reviews. At last, a book that focuses on banana breeding. Not only are Musa breeding techniques, strategies and philosophies detailed in ways not done before, but there are also comparisons made with breeding three other clonally propagated tropical crops and the lessons they can teach banana scientists.
In addition, there are chapters by various authors covering. Buy Breeding for Fruit Quality Principles and Applications Vol III by Vinra Publication PDF Online from Vinra Publication. Download Free Sample and Get Upto 48% OFF on MRP/Rental. Members reported back with notes on tree performance, fruit quality, and challenges.
These contributions were crucial to the University breeding program, and provided the foundation for successful fruit production across the state. Harris’s variety notes that Green compiled in were a prime example of this partnership. Breeding apples, plums, oranges and pears is made understandable with this video that explains the basic biology, origins, and techniques involved in breeding fruit trees.
This is the latest in my series on how to breed plants. The new plant breeding technologies (NPBTs) have recently emerged as powerful tools in the context of ‘green’ biotechnologies.
They Cited by: 5. Abstract: No other commercial export type of banana exists at present as an alternative to the 'Cavendish' clones.
More genetically diverse clones are essential for protection against epidemic disease. In addition, genetic resistance to the primary diseases, leaf spot and burrowing nematode, of the 'Cavendish' clones would reduce the expense of chemical by: selections from multiple breeding programs for important fruit quality traits, key fl avor compo-nents, and season traits to better defi ne ranges for and correlations between these traits.
A col-lection of blackberry genotypes was evalu-ated for fruit antioxidant capacity as measured by oxygen radical absorbance capacity, total. Fruit quality in almond: Chemical aspects for breeding strategies R.
Socias i Company, O. Kodad, J.M. Alonso and C. Font-Forcada Unidad de Fruticultura, Centro de Investigación y Tecnología Agroalimentaria de Aragón (CITA), Av. MontaæanaZaragoza (Spain) Email: [email protected] Size: KB.
Apple Breeding, Genetics and Genomics Susan K. Brown and Kevin E. Maloney Horticulture Section, School of Integrative Plant Science, Cornell University, Geneva, NY C ornell’s apple breeding program has released 65 apple varieties since its inception in the late s.
These variet-ies have contributed to the sustainability of our apple in-dustry. Breeding objectives Producing early maturing citrus fruits with high yield and fruit quality. Developing rootstocks having disease and nematodes resistance, wider adaptability, etc. 19 Floral biology Flowering in citrus takes place during February –April.
In North India, sweet orange and mandarins bloom only once in March. Research Focus. The primary goal of my program is to develop improved berry varieties to better serve the needs of the New York industry by integrating new technologies for investigating the fundamentals of disease and insect resistance, and fruit quality characteristics with traditional breeding practices.
The fruit and nut crops are laden with health benefits. As people are becoming more conscious about their health and nutritional uptake, the worldwide demand and consumption of fruit and nut crops are steadily increasing. This has made it hard to keep pace between the rate of fruit and nut production and its consumption.
To meet this increasing demand, there is a need to produce Author: Jaya R. Soneji, Madhugiri Nageswara-Rao. Improving Fruit Quality in Rubus and Ribes through Breeding Rex Brennan* • Julie Graham Scottish Crop Research Institute, Invergowrie, Dundee DD2 5DA, UK Corresponding author: * [email protected] ABSTRACT The breeding of new berry fruit cultivars in the UK has in recent years focused more on fruit quality traits than agronomic characters File Size: KB.
inthis book there is a very important things about the breeding of the tropical and subtropical fruit crops we need to improve the quality as well as quantity of the fruit crops throgh the breeding practices we do it in this. this is very helpful book for the horticultural students.5/5(2).
5) Actively developing deep fruit quality insights for mango, strawberry, and miracle fruit. Publications. Type: Book Chapters Status: Under Review Year Published: Citation: 1. Chambers, A. Establishing Vanilla Production and a Vanilla Breeding Program in the Southern United States.
Book Chapter in Vanilla Science and Technology 2nd Edition. Besides, fruit quality is a polygenic trait, which is quantitatively inherited and thus making breeding programme complicated in quality improvement of fruit crops. Several attempts have been made to improve the quality characters in annual staple crops, however this aspect is conveniently ignored in case of perennial fruit : Gourish Karanjalker, Nesara Begane.
Independent of the nearby leaves, the quality of all tree fruit commonly grown in California improves with exposure to light during development.
When fruit are exposed to an optimal amount of light, they achieve higher sugar content, more complex flavor, and deeper color (Figure 5).