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Fruits and Nuts

  • Chittaranjan Kole

Part of the Genome Mapping and Molecular Breeding in Plants book series (GENMAPP, volume 4)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XXVI
  2. S. E. Gardiner, V. G. M. Bus, R. L. Rusholme, D. Chagné, E. H. A. Rikkerink
    Pages 1-62
  3. S. Riaz, A. Doligez, R. J. Henry, M. A. Walker
    Pages 63-101
  4. E. Dirlewanger, J. Claverie, A. Wünsch, A. F. Iezzoni
    Pages 103-118
  5. Daniel Esmenjaud, Elisabeth Dirlewanger
    Pages 119-135
  6. A. G. Abbott, P. Arús, R. Scorza
    Pages 137-156
  7. A. Itai
    Pages 157-170
  8. J. I. Hormaza, H. Yamane, J. Rodrigo
    Pages 171-187
  9. T. M. Davis, B. Denoyes-Rothan, E. Lerceteau-Köhler
    Pages 189-205
  10. J. Graham, I. Hein, W. Powell
    Pages 207-216
  11. Milind B. Ratnaparkhe
    Pages 217-227
  12. Pedro Martínez-Gómez, Raquel Sánchez-Pérez, Federico Dicenta, Werner Howad, Pere Arús, Thomas M. Gradziel
    Pages 229-242
  13. J. I. Hormaza, A. Wünsch
    Pages 243-251
  14. Silvia Doveri, Luciana Baldoni
    Pages 253-264
  15. Fred G. Gmitter Jr., Chunxian Chen, M. Nageswara Rao, Jaya R. Soneji
    Pages 265-279
  16. Michael Pillay, Leena Tripathi
    Pages 281-301
  17. Hemanth K. N. Vasanthaiah, K. V. Ravishankar, G. K. Mukunda
    Pages 303-323
  18. Vanessa E. T. M. Ashworth, Haofeng Chen, Michael T. Clegg
    Pages 325-329
  19. Jorge Dias Carlier, Geo Coppens d’Eeckenbrugge, José Manuel Leitão
    Pages 331-342
  20. Maneesh Mishra, Ramesh Chandra, Sangeeta Saxena
    Pages 343-351
  21. Shinya Kanzaki, Keizo Yonemori
    Pages 353-358
  22. Back Matter
    Pages 359-370

About this book

Introduction

Genome Mapping and Molecular Breeding in Plants presents the current status of the elucidation and improvement of plant genomes of economic interest. The focus is on genetic and physical mapping, positioning, cloning, monitoring of desirable genes by molecular breeding and the most recent advances in genomics. The series comprises seven volumes: Cereals and Millets; Oilseeds; Pulses, Sugar and Tuber Crops; Fruits and Nuts; Vegetables; Technical Crops; and Forest Trees.

Fruits and nuts form the largest group among crop plants. Several constraints such as long life cycle, heterozygosity and large plant size caused comparatively slow research progress in the past. The chapters on 20 fruit and nut crops authored by 56 renowned scientists from 12 countries include for the first time comprehensive reviews on mango, banana, olive, pineapple, pistachio, persimmon and papaya. Other crops covered are apple, grape, cherry, plum, peach, pear, apricot, strawberry, raspberry, blueberry, almond, citrus and avocado.

Keywords

Economic plants Field crops Gene maps Papaya Plant breeding banana breeding cloning crop plants crops genome oilseed olive

Editors and affiliations

  • Chittaranjan Kole
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of HorticultureThe Pennsylvania State UniversityUniversity ParkUSA

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