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PCR-based method for identifying the S-genotypes of Japanese pear cultivars
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A rapid reliable method consisting of PCR amplification of the S-RNase gene from genomic DNA and subsequent digestion of the PCR fragments with S-allele-specific restriction endonucleases is reported to identify the unknown S-genotypes of Japanese pear cultivars. Expand
Mapping of Disease-Related Genes in Japanese Pear using a Molecular Linkage Map with RAPD Markers
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Compared with the reports on apple genome mapping, it is estimated that these linkage maps of disease-related genes in the Japanese pear cultivars with RAPD markers covered at least about a half of the total pear genome. Expand
Genotypic difference for the susceptibility of Japanese, Chinese and European pears to Venturia nashicola, the cause of scab on Asian pears
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When the severity of scab symptoms on scab-susceptible genotypes was further rated with disease severity (DS) values, a genotypic difference was observed for overall DS values in a successive 2-year measurement among the susceptible genotypes. Expand
Inheritance of Resistance to Loquat Canker (Pseudomonas syringae pv. eriobotryae, Group A) in Loquat (Eriobotrya japonica)
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The results indicate that the resistance to loquat canker is controlled by a single dominant gene. Expand
Hypoglycemic Activity of Eriobotrya japonica Seeds in Type 2 Diabetic Rats and Mice
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Eriobotrya japonica seeds had a hypoglycemic property and the effect is attributable to the components extracted by ethanol, these actions being mainly exerted by the ethanol extract of the seeds. Expand
Inheritance of Resistance to Loquat Canker (Group C) in Progenies Derived from 'Shiromogi' Loquat
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The results indicate that the resistance to loquat canker Group C of 'Shiromogi' is conferred by a single recessive gene, designated pse-c, probably derived from 'Mogi', a major cultivar in Japan. Expand
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