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Physiological and genetic factors influencing fruit cracking
- A. Khadivi-Khub
- BiologyActa Physiologiae Plantarum
The best way to reduce fruit cracking at present would be a suitable orchard management that takes into account and try to minimize stress of the water, nutrition and physiological factors that contribute to fruit cracking.
Characterization and selection of walnut (Juglans regia L.) genotypes from seedling origin trees
Large phenotypic diversity among the selected genotypes that can be considered as a valuable gene pool for breeding programs are demonstrated.
Identification of superior walnut (Juglans regia) genotypes with late leafing and high kernel quality in Iran
Morphological characterization of Prunus scoparia using multivariate analysis
The wide adaptation of this species indicates its potential as resources for resistance to abiotic and biotic stresses such as drought and spring frost and the conservation of the highly diverse native populations of Iranian wild P. scoparia species is recommended.
Genetic variability and structure of Quercus brantii assessed by ISSR, IRAP and SCoT markers.
The variability in walnut (Juglans regia L.) germplasm from different regions in Iran
Two key variables, kernel weight and nut weight, were the important traits accounting for kernel percentage which should be regarded in breeding programs.
Phenological and pomological characterization of Persian walnut to select promising trees
The magnitude of morphological variation in the material studied is high and the implications of the results for plant breeding programs are discussed.
Comparative analysis of genetic structure and variability in wild and cultivated pomegranates as revealed by morphological variables and molecular markers
High molecular and morphological variability indicated that this germplasm includes rich and valuable plant materials for pomegranate breeding.
Molecular and morphological variability of Satureja bachtiarica in Iran
- A. Khadivi-Khub, H. Salehi-arjmand, Khavar Movahedi, J. Hadian
- BiologyPlant Systematics and Evolution
The results showed that grouping based on molecular markers and morphological traits were different so these two systems could not discriminate individuals as the same way and could provide useful information for conservation and selection of cross-parents in breeding.
Comprehensive genetic discrimination of Leonurus cardiaca populations by AFLP, ISSR, RAPD and IRAP molecular markers
Genotypic characterization of this species from six eco-geographical regions of Iran was evaluated by four molecular techniques and the characterized individuals exhibited a great deal of molecular variation and they seem to have a rich gene pool for breeding programs.