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High chromosomal variability of mandarins (Citrus spp.) revealed by CMA banding
This study is the first report of type F chromosome in citrus, and the Vietnamese mandarins the authors studied were the only one shaving type A, B, C, D and E chromosomes.
Phylogenetic relationships of Citrus and its relatives based on rbcL gene sequences
The analysis associated the Fortunella group with mandarin, Poncirus with Citrus ichangensis, Severinia buxifolia with Atalantia ceylanica, Microcitrus with Eremocitrus and Citrus micrantha, and Hesperethusa crenulata with Citropsis.
A Cybrid Plant Produced by Electrofusion between Citrus unshiu (satsuma mandarin) and C. sinensis (sweet orange)
Chloroplast and mitochondrial DNA analyses showed that the regenerated plant was confirmed as a cybrid having C. sinensis nuclear genome and C. unshiu cytoplasmic genome.
Phylogenetic Relationships of Citrus and Its Relatives Based on matK Gene Sequences
This study sequenced the chloroplast matK genes of 135 accessions from 22 genera of Aurantioideae and analyzed them phylogenetically, finding that “true citrus fruit trees” could be divided into 2 subclusters and showed that Feroniella oblata is not nested in Citrus species and is closely related with Feronia limonia.
Effects of Abscisic Acid Injection on Sugar and Organic Acid Contents of Citrus Fruit.
The effect of exogenous abscisic acid (ABA) injections into citrus fruits in autumn on fruit drop, ABA catabolism, and sugar and organic acid contents were evaluated. Fruit drop increased after ABA
Physical Mapping of the 18S Ribosomal RNA Gene of Peach (Prunus persica (L.) Batsch) Chromosomes by Fluorescence in situ Hybridization.
The location of the 18S ribosomal RNA gene (rDNA) was studied by fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) on peach (Prunus persica (L.) Batsch) cv. ‘Ohatsumomo'(2n=16) chromosomes. The 18S rDNA Ioci
Self- and Cross-incompatibility of Various Citrus Accessions
Self-incompatibility and compatibility of 65 citrus accessions were determined by pollen tube growth in the style. Lemon was self-compatible whereas the six pummelos and seven out of 11 its relatives
CMA Banding Patterns of Chromosomes in Major Citrus Species
Fluorochrome staining with chromomycin A3 (CMA) was used to characterize and compare the CMA banding patterns of chromosomes in 14 accessions of 12 species of major Citrus species. All accessions had
Characterization of limes (Citrus aurantifolia) grown in Bhutan and Indonesia using high-throughput sequencing
The analysis suggests that the properties associated with asexual reproduction, and somatic homologous recombination, have contributed to the genetic diversification of limes.