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Resistance to Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus in Cucurbita spp.
Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus (ToLCNDV) is a bipartite begomovirus (family Geminiviridae) first reported in India and its neighbouring countries. ToLCNDV severely affects zucchini crop (CucurbitaExpand
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Early selection for oil quality components in olive breeding progenies
This work has been partly supported by research project P11-AGR-7301 from the Andalusian Regional Government Council of Innovation and Science.
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Dynamics of phytosterols content and concentration in sunflower grains
Abstract. Phytosterols are allies in the control of plasma cholesterol and in preventing cardiovascular diseases. As vegetable oils are the main source of phytosterols, characterising environmentalExpand
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Changes in squalene and sterols associated with olive maturation
Abstract Squalene and sterols are biologically active compounds of great relevance for olive oil quality. The objective of this research was to study the dynamics of squalene and sterols accumulationExpand
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Marker-Assisted and Physiology-Based Breeding for Resistance to Root Parasitic Orobanchaceae
Resistance to parasitic Orobanchaceae is a key component of crop management in agricultural systems where Striga, Orobanche, and Phelipanche species are major and prevalent pests. Durable resistanceExpand
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Fruit characteristics and fatty acid composition in advanced olive breeding selections along the ripening period
Abstract Changes in olive growing techniques in the last years have shown the need for new bred cultivars able to replace the traditional ones today cultivated. In this work, seven new advancedExpand
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First Report of Sunflower Broomrape, Orobanche cumana Wallr., in Morocco
Sunflower broomrape (Orobanche cumana Wallr.) is a chlorophyll-lacking and holoparasitic plant that parasitizes a limited range of hosts. In the wild, it parasitizes on a few species of theExpand
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Sunflower Production in the European Union
Publisher Summary In Western Europe, sunflower production started to extend to Spain in the late 1960s and to France in the late 1970s. Sunflower plays a major role in rotations with cereals in theExpand
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Genetic diversity and race composition of sunflower broomrape populations from Tunisia
Sunflower broomrape ( Orobanche cumana Wallr.) was detected in 2010 for the first time in sunflower fields of Tunisia, in the Beja region. No information is available on the race composition andExpand
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Incidences and progression of tomato chlorosis virus disease and tomato yellow leaf curl virus disease in tomato under different greenhouse covers in southeast Spain
Epidemics of whitefly-transmitted Tomato chlorosis virus, Tomato yellow leaf curl Sardinia virus and Tomato yellow leaf curl virus have been present in the south east of Spain since the 1990s. AExpand
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