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Effective inoculation methods to screen for resistance to Verticillium wilt in olive
a b s t r a c t Effective inoculation methods to screen for Verticillium wilt resistance are essential for the development of olive cultivars resistant to this devastating disease. Three inoculationExpand
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Cultivar influence on variability in olive oil phenolic profiles determined through an extensive germplasm survey.
Despite the evident influence of the cultivar on olive oil composition, few studies have been devoted to exploring the variability of phenols in a representative number of monovarietal olive oils. InExpand
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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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Strategies for Olive (Olea europaea L.) Breeding: Cultivated Genetic Resources and Crossbreeding
Olive cultivars represent an invaluable heritage of genetic variability selected over more than 5500 years of cultivation. This high diversity of local cultivars is a common feature in traditionalExpand
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Influence of genetic and interannual factors on the phenolic profiles of virgin olive oils.
Phenolic compounds in virgin olive oil (VOO) contribute to its health properties, organoleptic features and oxidative stability. In this study, a total of 44 olive tree cultivars categorized by theExpand