Keizo Yonemori2
Toshiya Yamamoto2
Kazunobu Sueyoshi1
2Keizo Yonemori
2Toshiya Yamamoto
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Fruits of persimmon (Diospyros kaki Thunb.) accumulate large amounts of proanthocyanidins (PAs) in the early stages of development. Astringent (A)-type fruits remain rich in soluble PAs even after they reach full-mature stage, whereas non-astringent (NA)-type fruits lose these compounds before full maturation. As a first step to elucidate the mechanism of(More)
Vegetative propagation enables the multiplication of plants that are genetically identical to the original. Hardwood cuttings have a low cost advantage and are used widely for the propagation of JM series apple rootstocks, which root well from hardwood cuttings. To breed new apple rootstocks with similarly high rooting capabilities, the development of a(More)
  • Noriyuki Onoue, Masahiko Yamada, Toshiya Yamamoto, Shingo Terakami, Chikako Nishitani, Miyuki Kunihisa +4 others
  • 2015
The degree of inbreeding should ideally be determined across the entire genome, but is instead widely measured using the pedigree-based coefficients of kinship (f) for pairs of individuals and of inbreeding (F) for individuals. For fruit trees, this biases the estimates for pairs of cross-parents and crossbred accessions, because f and F do not account for(More)
A molecular marker analysis for Asian persimmon cultivar relationships and pollination status was conducted with 496 amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP) markers and 146 cultivars of Asian origin. Cultivars from China, Korea, and Japan were evaluated for marker composition and pollination status, which strongly influences fruit characteristics.(More)
Computed tomography (CT), performed in a healthy 28-year-old man after minor head injury, detected a frontal base tumor. Neurological examination revealed left hyposmia. On magnetic resonance imaging scans, there was a heterogeneously enhanced tumor located in the left paramedian frontal base with extension into the left ethmoid sinus. Angiography showed a(More)
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