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Horticultural Reviews


Horticultural Reviews


Horticultural Reviews Volume 45

von: Ian Warrington

216,99 €

Verlag: Wiley
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 14.02.2018
ISBN/EAN: 9781119431015
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 504

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Horticultural Reviews presents state-of-the-art reviews on topics in horticultural science and technology covering both basic and applied research. Topics covered include the horticulture of fruits, vegetables, nut crops, and ornamentals. These review articles, written by world authorities, bridge the gap between the specialized researcher and the broader community of horticultural scientists and teachers.
Contributors ix Dedication: Jules Janick xiiiIan Warrington 1. The Flowers of Fragaria × ananassa: Morphology, Response to Photoperiod, and Genetics of Induction 1Andrew Petran and Emily Hoover I. Introduction 2 II. Strawberry Growth, Reproduction, and Commercial Management 2 III. Inflorescence Architecture 13 IV. Genetics of Flower Induction 16 V. Conclusions 26 Literature Cited 27 2. Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS): An Emerging Technology for Horticulture 33James A. Robbins I. Introduction 35 II. Aircraft 36 III. Sensors and Data Processing 42 IV. Horticultural Applications 52 V. Challenges 61 VI. Conclusions 64 Literature Cited 64 3. Leaf Blackening: A Serious Impediment to Long?]Term Cold Storage, Transport, and Extended Vase Life in Protea Cut Flowers 73Eleanor W. Hoffman, Waafeka Vardien, Gerard Jacobs, and Nicole E. Windell I. Introduction 74 II. Variation in Expression of Leaf Blackening 76 III. Physiological Causes of Leaf Blackening 80 IV. The Biochemical Mechanisms of Leaf Blackening 87 V. Control of Leaf Blackening 90 VI. Conclusions 99 Literature Cited 100 4. Sapota (Manilkara achras Forb.): Factors Influencing Fresh and Processed Fruit Quality 105Babak Madani, Amin Mirshekari, Elhadi Yahia, and John B. Golding I. Introduction 107 II. Nutritive Value 111 III. Physiological and Biochemical Changes During Fruit Maturation and Ripening 114 IV. Preharvest Effects on Postharvest Quality 120 V. Physiological Disorders 121 VI. Postharvest Diseases 122 VII. Postharvest Technology 123 VIII. Postharvest Treatments 126 IX. N on?]Destructive Methods for Identifying Fruit Maturity and Quality 131 X. Processing 132 XI. Summary and Future Prospects 134 Literature Cited 136 5. The Citron (Citrus medica L.) in China 143David Karp and Xulan Hu I. Introduction 145 II. History and Culture 145 III. Nomenclature 147 IV. Current Citron Cultivation in China 148 V. Major Cultivars of Chinese Citron and Select Citron Hybrids 158 VI. Germplasm Status; Regional and Global Perspective 190 Literature Cited 192 6. Apple Rootstocks: History, Physiology, Management, and Breeding 197Richard P. Marini and Gennaro Fazio I. Introduction 198 II. History 199 III. Rootstock–Scion Interactions 204 IV. Stresses Influencing Rootstock Performance 225 V. Interstems 259 VI. Influence of Rootstock on Fruit Characteristics 262 VII. Genetics and Breeding 266 VIII. Rootstock Evaluation 277 Literature Cited 282 7. Canopy Growth and Development Processes in Apples and Grapevines: Responses to Temperature 313Dennis H. Greer I. Introduction 315 II. Phenology 316 III. Dormant Buds in Apple Trees and Grapevines 317 IV. Winter Chilling in Apple Trees and Grapevines 319 V. Budbreak and Shoot Development in Apple Trees and Grapevines 320 VI. Fruit Growth 332 VII. Biomass Partitioning 338 VIII. Photosynthesis and the Carbon Economy 340 IX. Abiotic Stress Effects on Canopy Physiology 349 X. Impact of Climate Change on Phenology 355 XI. Conclusions 357 Literature Cited 358 8. Organic Acids in Fruits: Metabolism, Functions and Contents 371Robert P. Walker and Franco Famiani I. Introduction 373 II. T he Function of the Flesh of Fruits and its Implication for their Organic Acid Contents 375 III. Acids that Contain a Benzene Ring: The Aromatic Acids 377 IV. T he Inter?]Related Acids: Ascorbic, Oxalic, Tartaric, and Galacturonic 385 V. Fatty Acids 398 VI. Malic, Citric, and Metabolically Related Acids 399 VII. Conclusions 412 Literature Cited 413 Subject Index 431 Cumulative Subject Index 435 Cumulative Contributor Index 473
Contents … ix Dedication: Jules Janick … xii 1. The Flowers of Fragaria × ananassa: Morphology, Response to Photoperiod, and Genetics of Induction … 1 2. Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS): An Emerging Technology for Horticulture … 33 3. Leaf Blackening: A Serious Impediment to Long-Term Cold Storage, Transport, and Extended Vase Life in Protea Cut Flowers … 73 4. Sapota (Manilkara achras Forb.): Factors Influencing Fresh and Processed Fruit Quality … 105 5. The Citron (Citrus medica L.) in China … 143 6. Apple Rootstocks: History, Physiology, Management, and Breeding … 197 7. Canopy Growth and Development Processes in Apples and Grapevines: Responses to Temperature … 313 8. Organic Acids in Fruits: Metabolism, Functions, and Contents … 371

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