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Basic information about conservation of fruit tree genetic resources and some of the new cultivars released recently at several sites from the Fruit Tree Research Station (FTRS) in Japan are described. Collections of 7848 accessions are maintained by the FTRS. Apples, European pears (Pyrus communis...

Author(s)
Moriguchi, T.; Teramoto, S.; Sanada, T.
Citation
Fruit Varieties Journal, 1994, 48, 2, pp 73-80
Abstract

A brief historical outline is given of Soviet breeding work with olive, pomegranate, fig, persimmon (Diospyros kaki), jujube and feijoa. The methods used are indicated and some of the varieties bred are mentioned.

Author(s)
Sholokhova, V. A.; Sin'ko, L. T.; Kazas, A. N.
Citation
Sadovodstvo, 1983, No. 4, pp 25-27
Abstract

On the basis of a study (1960-80) of the 1272 forms of pomegranate, fig, olive, persimmon (Diospyros kaki) and jujube (Ziziphus sativa) in the collection of the Turkmen Experiment Station of the Vavilov Institute of Plant Industry (VIR), material of use in breeding for earliness in these crops was...

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Levin, G. M.; Levina, Ė. K.
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Sbornik Nauchnykh Trudov po Prikladnoĭ Botanike, Genetike i Selektsii, 1986, 106, pp 74-76
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The results are presented of studies of resistance to unfavourable environmental factors in olive, pomegranate and Ziziphus at the Nikita Botanic Garden in the Ukraine. Differences between cold-resistant and susceptible varieties of olive in a number of physiological characters are noted, together...

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Kucherova, T. P.
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Byulleten' Gosudarstvennogo Nikitskogo Botanicheskogo Sada, 1987, No. 62, pp 94-98
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A discussion of the establishment, expansion and reconstruction of commercial plantations producing traditional crops, i.e. Juglans regia, Corylus avellana, Acca [Feijoa] sellowiana, Punica granatum, Olea europaea, Amygdalus communis [Prunus dulcis], Pistacia vera, Ficus carica, Diospyros kaki, ...

Author(s)
Safarov, I. S.
Citation
Rastitel'nye Resursy, 1988, 24, 2, pp 161-167
Abstract

The major subtropical fruits grown in Turkmen SSR are olives (60% of the production area), pomegranates (25%) and almonds (10%). Other crops grown on a minor scale include persimmons, jujubes (Ziziphus) and figs.

Author(s)
Levin, G. M.
Citation
Problems of Desert Development, 1990, No. 2, pp 64-66
Abstract

The fig collection of Russia is concentrated at Nikita Botanical Gardens - National Scientific Centre and considered to be the most complete over the former Soviet Union. As far as Nikita Botanical Gardens (1812) was founded they started collecting fig cultivars spread since the times of highly...

Author(s)
Shishkina, E.
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International Society for Horticultural Science (ISHS), Leuven, Belgium
Citation
Acta Horticulturae, 2021, 1315, pp 195-200
Abstract

A Georgian lemon, Washington Navel orange and satsuma were grown on trifoliate orange [Poncirus trifoliata], 4 of its forms, citrange or Citrus ichangensis as rootstock. The effects of rootstocks on fruit mechanical composition (weight, flesh and peel percentages and juice content), biochemical...

Author(s)
Tutberidze, B. D.; Sardzkveladze, G. P.; Kalandarishvili, T. L.
Citation
Subtropicheskie Kul'tury, 1987, No.4, pp 123-128
Abstract

The results are presented of a detailed study of this variety, which was selected among nucellar seedlings from a cross between Citrus sinensis cv. Washington Navel and Poncirus trifoliata. It is moderately vigorous, with thick foliage and a spherical crown. It has 2 waves of growth and flowers...

Author(s)
Zukhbaya, I. L.; Surguladze, Sh. M.; Kobaliya, V. A.
Citation
Subtropicheskie Kul'tury, 1989, No. 6, pp 77-81
Abstract

Under conditions of naturally high malsecco [Deuterophoma tracheiphila] infection, the cv. was found to be infected on all 7 rootstocks tested (5 types of Poncirus trifoliata, citrange and Citrus ichangensis). By the 8th year, 25% of trees on P. trifoliata tetraploid No.2, and 12.5% of trees on C....

Author(s)
Tutberidze, B. D.; Kalandarishvili, T. L.
Citation
Subtropicheskie Kul'tury, 1987, No. 6, pp 60-62

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