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Passiflora maliformis is an introduced plant in Australia but its flowers are known to attract the native Jarvis's fruit fly, Bactrocera jarvisi (Tryon). The present study identifies and quantifies likely attractant(s) of male B. jarvisi in P. maliformis flowers. The chemical compositions of the...

Author(s)
Park SooJean; Faveri, S. G. de; Cheesman, J.; Hanssen, B. L.; Cameron, D. N. S.; Jamie, I. M.; Taylor, P. W.
Publisher
MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland
Citation
Molecules, 2020, 25, 12,
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The Rdr1 gene confers resistance to black spot in roses and belongs to a large TNL gene family, which is organized in two major clusters at the distal end of chromosome 1. We used the recently available chromosome scale assemblies for the R. chinensis 'Old Blush' genome, re-sequencing data for nine ...

Author(s)
Menz, I.; Lakhwani, D.; Clotault, J.; Linde, M.; Foucher, F.; Debener, T.
Publisher
Public Library of Sciences (PLoS), San Francisco, USA
Citation
PLoS ONE, 2020, 15, 1,
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The aim of this study is to determine the involvement of the flavonol-anthocyanin pathway on plant adaptation to biotic stress using the B. amyloliquefaciens QV15 to trigger blackberry metabolism and identify target genes to improve plant fitness and fruit quality. To achieve this goal, field-grown ...

Author(s)
Gutiérrez-Albanchez, E.; Gradillas, A.; García, A.; García-Villaraco, A.; Gutierrez-Mañero, F. J.; Ramos-Solano, B.
Publisher
Public Library of Sciences (PLoS), San Francisco, USA
Citation
PLoS ONE, 2020, 15, 5,
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Hokkaido has the highest harvest of fruitlets such as seaberry, haskap and aronia in Japan. Haskap and raspberry are native to Hokkaido, but blueberry, aronia and seaberry were introduced from abroad in the middle of the 20th century. The functional components of these fruits, such as polyphenols,...

Author(s)
Ohtani, K.
Publisher
Japanese Society of Food Science and Technology (Nihon Shokuhin Kogyo Gakkai), Tsukuba, Japan
Citation
Nippon Shokuhin Kagaku Kogaku Kaishi = Journal of the Japanese Society for Food Science and Technology, 2020, 67, 8, pp 285-291
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Central and Eastern European countries Romania and Moldova are rich in botanical and medicinal traditions. However, limited information is available about ethnobiological studies including use of medicinal plants in self-medication of minor illnesses. The aim of this study was to collect...

Author(s)
Chiru, T.; Fursenco, C.; Ciobanu, N.; Dinu, M.; Popescu, E.; Ancuceanu, R.; Volmer, D.; Raal, A.
Publisher
Elsevier GmbH, Munich, Germany
Citation
Journal of Herbal Medicine, 2020, 21,
Abstract

Drosophilid species with different life histories have been shown to exhibit similar behavioral patterns related to locating and utilizing resources such as hosts, mates, and food sources. Drosophila suzukii (Matsumura) is an invasive species that differs from other frugivorous drosophilids in that ...

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Swoboda-Bhattarai, K. A.; Burrack, H. J.
Publisher
Oxford University Press, Cary, USA
Citation
Environmental Entomology, 2020, 49, 2, pp 277-287
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The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of ozone treatment of on the phenolic compounds profile and glutathione metabolism in raspberry fruit. Raspberry fruit was stored at room temperature for 72 h and ozonated daily with gaseous ozone at the concentration of 8-10 mg L-1 for 30 min,...

Author(s)
Piechowiak, T.; Grzelak-Błaszczyk, K.; Sójka, M.; Balawejder, M.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Postharvest Biology and Technology, 2020, 168,
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'Twilight' is a thornless, semi-erect, high-quality blackberry (Rubus) that has very firm, large, dark, and sweet fruit suited for the fresh market; it ripens in the early midseason for a semi-erect type of blackberry. 'Twilight', tested as ORUS 4370-1, was selected in Corvallis, Oregon, USA in...

Author(s)
Finn, C. E.; Strik, B. C.; Yorgey, B. M.; Peterson, M. E.; Jones, P. A.; Lee JungMin; Bassil, N. V.; Martin, R. R.
Publisher
American Society for Horticultural Science, Alexandria, USA
Citation
HortScience, 2020, 55, 7, pp 1148-1152
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This chapter describes 'Galaxy', a thornless, semierect high-quality blackberry (Rubus subg. Rubus) that has firm, large, dark fruit suited for the fresh market and that ripen in the early season for this type of blackberry. 'Galaxy', tested as ORUS 2711-1, was selected in Corvallis (Oregon, USA),...

Author(s)
Finn, C. E.; Strik, B. C.; Yorgey, B. M.; Peterson, M. E.; Jones, P. A.; Buller, G.; Lee JungMin; Bassil, N. V.; Martin, R. R.
Publisher
American Society for Horticultural Science, Alexandria, USA
Citation
HortScience, 2020, 55, 6, pp 967-971
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This paper describes 'Eclipse', a thornless, semierect, high quality cultivar of blackberry (Rubus subg. Rubus) that has firm, uniformly shaped, dark fruit suited for the fresh market and that ripen in the early season for this type of blackberry. 'Eclipse', tested as ORUS 2816-4, was selected in...

Author(s)
Finn, C. E.; Strik, B. C.; Yorgey, B. M.; Peterson, M. E.; Jones, P. A.; Buller, G.; Serçe, S.; Lee JungMin; Bassil, N. V.; Martin, R. R.
Publisher
American Society for Horticultural Science, Alexandria, USA
Citation
HortScience, 2020, 55, 5, pp 749-754

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