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Horticultural Reviews, Volume 48


Horticultural Reviews, Volume 48


Horticultural Reviews 1. Aufl.

von: Ian Warrington

188,99 €

Verlag: Wiley
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 31.03.2021
ISBN/EAN: 9781119750789
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 480

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<p><i>Horticultural Reviews</i> 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.</p>
<p>Contributors</p> <p>Dedication: Gregory L. Reighard</p> <p>Juan Carlos Melgar, Ksenija Gasic and Ian Warrington</p> <p>1. Pollination-Induced Changes in the Morphology and Physiology of Dendrobium Orchid Flowers Prior to Fertilization: The Roles of Ethylene and Auxin</p> <p>Wouter G. van Doorn and Saichol Ketsa</p> <p>I. INTRODUCTION</p> <p>II. ORCHID FLOWER STRUCTURE</p> <p>III. POST-POLLINATION EFFECTS IN ORCHIDS OTHER THAN DENDROBIUM  </p> <p>IV. ROLE OF HORMONES IN ORCHIDS OTHER THAN DENDROBIUM</p> <p>V. POLLINATION IN DENDROBIUM</p> <p>VI. VISIBLE POST-POLLINATION EFFECTS IN DENDROBIUM</p> <p>VII. ROLE OF HORMONES IN THE VISIBLE POSTHARVEST PHENOMENA IN DENDROBIUM  </p> <p>VIII. CONCLUSIONS</p> <p>LITERATURE CITED</p> <p>2. Actinidia arguta (Kiwiberry): Botany, Production, Genetics, Nutritional Value, and Postharvest Handling</p> <p>Piotr Latocha, Filip Debersaques and Iago Hale</p> <p>I. INTRODUCTION</p> <p>II. BOTANY</p> <p>III. CULTIVATION AND MANAGEMENT</p> <p>IV. GENETICS AND BREEDING</p> <p>V. CHEMICAL COMPOSITION, NUTRITIONAL VALUE, AND HEALTH    BENEFITS</p> <p>VI. HARVESTING AND POSTHARVEST HANDLING</p> <p>VII. UTILIZATION</p> <p>VIII. CONCLUSIONS</p> <p>LITERATURE CITED</p> <p>3. Advances in Cassava-Based Multiple Cropping Systems</p> <p>V. Ravi, G. Suja, R. Saravanan and Sanket J. More</p> <p>I.INTRODUCTION</p> <p>II. INTERCROPPING CASSAVA</p> <p>III.   CROP ROTATION INVOLVING CASSAVA</p> <p>IV. CASSAVA–BASED SEQUENTIAL/INTERCROPPING SYSTEMS    INVOLVING PULSES AND/OR RICE</p> <p>V. CASSAVA + PLANTATION CROPS</p> <p>VI. PESTS AND DISEASES IN CASSAVA–BASED INTERCROPPING SYSTEMS</p> <p>VII. CONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE PROSPECTS</p> <p>LITERATURE CITED</p> <p>4. Arrowroot (Maranta arundinacea L.): Botany, Horticulture and Uses</p> <p>Vitor Brito, Renata Nascimento, Jeniffer Narcisa-Oliveira, Nathalia Joffer, André Fattori, Marney Cereda, Carina Oliveira, Reginaldo Costa, Lorene Tiburtino-Silva and Josemar Maciel</p> <p>I. INTRODUCTION</p> <p>II. OCCURRENCE AND DISTRIBUTION</p> <p>III. BOTANY: TAXONOMY, MORPHOLOGY AND GENETICS</p> <p>IV. HORTICULTURAL ASPECTS</p> <p>V. PROCESSING</p> <p>VI. USES AND APPLICATIONS</p> <p>VII. CONCLUSIONS</p> <p>LITERATURE CITED</p> <p>5. Jamun (Syzygium cumini L.): A Promising Fruit for the Future</p> <p>Babak Madani, Amin Mirshekari, Elhadi M. Yahia, John B. Golding, Shokrollah Hajivand and Abdolmajid Mirzaalian Dastjerdy</p> <p>I. INTRODUCTION</p> <p>II. ECONOMIC SIGNIFICANCE</p> <p>III. BOTANY, TAXONOMY AND GENETICS</p> <p>IV. CULTIVATION PRACTICES</p> <p>V. NUTRITIONAL VALUE</p> <p>VI. HEATH PROMOTING PROPERTIES</p> <p>VII. POSTHARVEST PRACTICES</p> <p>VIII. PROCESSING</p> <p>IX. CONCLUSIONS</p> <p>LITERATURE CITED</p> <p>6. Coconut Micropropagation and Cryopreservation</p> <p>Ana S. Lédo and Wagner A. Vendrame</p> <p>I.  INTRODUCTION</p> <p>II. IN VITRO PROPAGATION TECHNOLOGY</p> <p>III. BIOREACTOR TECHNOLOGY</p> <p>IV. CRYOPRESERVATION TECHNOLOGY</p> <p>V. SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS</p> <p>LITERATURE CITED</p> <p>7. The Puzzling Phenomenon of Seedling Yellows Recovery and Natural Spread of Asymptomatic Infections of Citrus Tristeza Virus: Two Sides of the Same Coin.</p> <p>Moshe Bar-Joseph, Antonino F. Catara and Grazia Licciardello</p> <p>I. INTRODUCTION</p> <p>II. THE CTV GENOME AND BIOLOGY</p> <p>III. A SHORT ACCOUNT OF THE ISRAELI CTV SUPPRESSION PROGRAM (1970-1986)</p> <p>IV. COMPARISONS OF SEVERE AND MILD CTV-VT ISOLATES FROM SICILY</p> <p>V. DISCUSSION</p> <p>LITERATURE CITED</p> <p>8. Yield Alternation: Horticulture, Physiology, Molecular Biology and Evolution</p> <p>Eliezer E. Goldschmidt and Avi Sadka</p> <p>I. INTRODUCTION</p> <p>II. MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF FLOWERING CONTROL IN MODEL PLANTS AND FRUIT TREES</p> <p>III. EFFECT OF FRUIT LOAD ON CHANGES IN GENE EXPRESSION, PROTEIN AND METABOLITE LEVELS IN LEAVES AND BUDS   </p> <p>IV. THE EFFECT OF FRUIT LOAD ON HORMONE HOMEOSTASIS</p> <p>V. MITIGATION OF ALTERNATE BEARING</p> <p>VI. DISCUSSION</p> <p>LITERATURE CITED</p>

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