Progress in temperate fruit breeding

proceedings of the Eucarpia Fruit Breeding Section Meeting held at Wädenswil/Einsiedeln, Switzerland, from August 30 to September 3, 1993
  • 470 Pages
  • 1.55 MB
  • English
Kluwer Academic , Dordrecht, Boston
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Statementedited by Hanna Schmidt and Markus Kellerhals.
SeriesDevelopments in plant breeding ;, v. 1
ContributionsSchmidt, Hanna., Kellerhals, Markus.
LC ClassificationsSB359.35 .P76 1993
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii, 470 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1096631M
ISBN 100792329473
LC Control Number94021241

Genetic resources and their exploitation are dealt with in a special chapter. Aspects of breeding minor crops such as walnut, almond, hippophae, cornel, etc. are also considered. Progress in Temperate Fruit Breeding is meant for fruit breeders, pomologists, lecturers, students and : Springer Netherlands.

This book will be useful in fruit breeding classes and should provide as a springboard for all fruit breeders desiring an update on the latest technologies, horticulturalists who wonder what is being done in fruit breeding and genomicists searching for a way to contribute to fruit breeding efforts.

From the reviews: "This book offers an excellent overview of breeding and crop improvement of the major temperate tree fruit and berry crops. The authors include many of the premier fruit breeders working today. there is ample content in each chapter for a broad range of readers to gain an understanding of the status, direction, and potential outcome of breeding of the major temperate fruit.

This book is intended to be a brief compilation of the information available on the breeding of temperate fruit crops. The goal is to provide overviews on the evolution of each crop, the history of. Subtropical fruit crops lag temperate crops in breeding progress with the exception of citrus but progress is being made in avocado, fig, persimmon, and olive.

There are no current breeding. Summary A very important aim for the acceleration of the breeding progress in apple is the development of methods for shortening the juvenile period. The period from sowing the seeds to the first bloom of the seedlings can take from 5 to 12 years.

Only then we. This book examines the development of innovative modern methodologies towards augmenting conventional plant breeding for the production of new crop varieties, under the increasingly limiting. Kopykitab provides the latest books on fruit science online.

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An underlying worry, he said, is that fruit breeding programs will not be able to keep pace with rapid climate change. It can take 15 to 30 years to. This book fully integrates the conventional and biotechnological approaches to fruit crop breeding.

Individual chapters are written on a wide variety of species including apple, apricot, blackberry, blueberry, cranberry, cherry, currant, gooseberry, grape, kiwifruit, peach, pear, plum, raspberry and strawberry. Temperate fruit crop breeding: Germplasm to genomics This book will be useful in fruit breeding classes and should provide as a springboard for all fruit breeders desiring an update on the.

Title: Progress in Temperate Fruit Breeding: Proceedings of the Eucarpia Fruit Breeding Section Meeting held at Wadenswil/Einsiedeln, Switzerland from August 3, (Developments in Plant Breeding) Author: H. Schmidt, M.

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Kellerhals Pages: Publisher (Publication Date): Springer; edition (Febru ) Language: English ISBN Download File Format: PDF This book. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

stone fruit, low chill area, fruit production, high chill cultivars: DOI: /ActaHortic Abstract: Over the last years, considerable work has transpired in developing peach and nectarine cultivars that are adapted to the wide range of medium and low chill environments in the world.

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 techniques.

Breeding of Apricot. In: Temperate Fruit Crop Breeding Germplasm to Genomics. ISBN Interpretive Summary: Over the last 20 years, new techniques have been employed in fruit breeding to assist in variety development and in making the breeding process more efficient. Currently, an overview of apricot variety development and significant.

Genetic transformation is one of the novel approaches that have shown promise in improvement of temperate fruit crops for traits such as tolerance to biotic and abiotic stresses, enhanced shelf-life, improvement in yield and quality of produce, reduced generation period, and also breeding for.

This is Volume 3: Fruits, which is focused on advances in breeding strategies for the improvement of individual fruit crops. It consists of 23 chapters grouped into three parts, according to distribution classification of fruit trees: Part I, Temperate Fruits, Part II, Subtropical Fruits, and Part III, Tropical Fruits.

Genomics of Tropical Fruit Tree Crops.

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Book Chapter. In: Schnell, R.J., Priyadarshan, P.M., editors. Genomics of Tree Crops. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer. Interpretive Summary: Genetic improvement of tropical fruit trees has lagged far behind the progress achieved in temperate fruit trees.

The reasons for this are many and include. Intellectual property rights for fruit crops-- J.R. Clark and R.J. Jondle. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary This book fully integrates the conventional and biotechnological approaches to fruit crop breeding.

Individual chapters are written on a wide variety of species. (Horticulture) Horticulture PDF Books ware material is prepared as per ICAR approved syllabus for the benefit of under-graduate students already enrolled in Indian Agricultural Universities. List of ICAR eCourse for Horticulture Course Title Author(s) Name Pages Download Link 1 Apiculture Dr.

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Temperate fruit crop breeding: germplasm to genomics. [James F Hancock;] -- "This book fully integrates the conventional and biotechnological approaches to fruit crop breeding. Individual chapters are written on a wide variety of species including apple, apricot, blackberry.

Every contributor uses a systematic approach to describe the history and commercial importance of each fruit, the origin and early development of cultivation, regional traits, breeding objectives, and fruit characteristics such as color, shape, and disease resistance.

Volume I deals with apples, pears, brambles, and other temperate fruits. The sweet cherry (Prunus avium) is one of the most popular temperate fruit crops. However, compared with others, such as the apple and peach, progress in breeding for improvement of sweet cherry.

Some results of the apricot breeding program in Fruit Growing Institute - Plovdiv, Bulgaria. Nesheva; V. Bozhkova; Progress in genetic, genomic and transcriptomic bases of fruit quality traits in apricot. Carob and X International Symposium on Temperate Fruits in the Tropics and Subtropics.

II International Symposium on. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Abstract The genetic improvement of tropical fruit trees is limited when compared to progress achieved in temperate fruit trees and annual crops.

Tropical fruit tree breeding programs require signi fi cant resources to develop new cultivars that are adapted to modern shipping and storage requirements. Plant breeding has undergone a period of very rapid and significant development in recent years and the area of fruit breeding is no exception.

This book provides a balanced, up-to-date and comprehensive account of the developments in the field of breeding tropical and subtropical fruits. Progress in temperate fruit breeding: proceedings of the Eucarpia Fruit Breeding Section Meeting: Fruit Breeding Section: Proceedings of the Angers fruit breeding symposium: Proceedings of the XIIIth EUCARPIA Symposium on Fruit Breeding and Genetics: Book of Abstracts of the XIIth EUCARPIA Symposium Fruit Section.

The estimated world production of the major temperate fruits in listed in Table production for individual countries is shown in Table many temperate fruits, large quantities are processed in one form or another (e.g., canned, dried, wine, juice, glacé), and the production data in Tables 1 and 2 include that for processed fruit.

The specific details of world fruit production are. It provides a good sample of temperate fruits and contributes effectively to presenting and understanding all aspects of breeding and crop production. the book covers a good range of information dealing with eight major temperature fruit s: 1.

Wild Crop Relatives: Genomic and Breeding Resources comprises 10 volumes on Cereals, Millets and Grasses, Oilseeds, Legume Crops and Forages, Vegetables, Temperate Fruits, Tropical and Subtropical Fruits, Industrial Crops, Plantation and Ornamental Crops, and Forest Trees.

It contains chapters written by nearly well-known authors from.Temperate Fruit Crops Detailed studies on the inheritance of aspects of freezing tolerance are few and far between within the fruit crop genetics literature (Quamme ; Stushnoff ).

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It contains chapters contributed by authors from 39 countries.