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Genetic diversity and population structure of wild olives from the North-Western Mediterranean assessed by SSR markers.
BACKGROUND AND AIMS This study examines the pattern of genetic variability and genetic relationships of wild olive (Olea europaea subsp. europaea var. sylvestris) populations in the north-westernExpand
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Genetic diversity and relationships between wild and cultivated olives (Olea europaea L.) in Sardinia as assessed by SSR markers
The genetic relationships within and between wild and cultivated olives were examined and clarified in an isolated and restricted area, such as the Mediterranean island of Sardinia. Wild (21Expand
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Genetic diversity and relationships of wild and cultivated olives at regional level in Spain
Genetic diversity and relationships between local cultivars and wild olive trees from three important Spanish olive-growing regions, Andalusia (South), Catalonia and Valencia (from EasternExpand
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Characterization and pathogenicity of Botryosphaeriaceae species collected from olive and other hosts in Spain and California.
Species in the family Botryosphaeriaceae are common pathogens causing fruit rot and dieback of many woody plants. In this study, 150 Botryosphaeriaceae isolates were collected from olive and otherExpand
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Characterization of monilia disease caused by Monilinia linhartiana on quince in southern Spain
This study elucidates the aetiology and epidemiology of monilia disease of quince caused by the fungus Monilinia linhartiana in Spain. Disease incidence and the dynamics of apothecial development andExpand
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Factors influencing the efficiency of foliar sprays of monopotassium phosphate in the olive
Olive trees have been traditionally cultivated in dry conditions as it is a crop very well adapted to Mediterranean dry lands. Foliar fertilization is a widespread application method used by oliveExpand
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Using Nextgen Sequencing to Investigate Genome Size Variation and Transposable Element Content
Transposable element (TE) content explains a large part of Eukaryotic genome size variation. TE content is determined by transposition, removal and host responses, but the efficiency of these forcesExpand
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Cotyledon storage proteins as markers of the genetic diversity in Castanea sativa Miller
Abstract. This study has been to analyse the useful nut globulin proteins as a marker of the genetic diversity in Castanea sativa. The evaluated populations were highly polymorphic for the globulins,Expand
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Selections of an Olive Breeding Program Identified by Microsatellite Markers
ABSTRACTThis work reports on the use of 10 microsatel-lites for identifying and testing the paternity of the fi rst 17 selections of an olive ( Olea euro-paea L.) breeding program in Cordoba, Spain.Expand
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SCREENING OLIVE PROGENIES FOR RESISTANCE TO VERTICILLIUM DAHLIAE
Verticillium wilt of olive (Olea europaea), caused by the fungus Verticillium dahlia, is the most serious disease in the Mediterranean countries. The use of resistant cultivars or rootstocks is oneExpand
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