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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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Pre-breeding for resistance to Verticillium wilt in olive: Fishing in the wild relative gene pool
Abstract This study aimed to identify new sources of resistance to Verticillium wilt in olive. We evaluated various types of genotypes: wild olive trees (Olea europaea subsp. europaea var.Expand
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Optimal spatial and temporal replications for reducing environmental variation for oil content components and fruit morphology traits in olive breeding
The need for new improved cultivars adapted to modern cultivation techniques and changing climatic environment requires genetic studies able to provide a better understanding of the phenotypicExpand
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Resistance to Verticillium wilt in olive progenies from open-pollination
Abstract Verticillium wilt, a vascular disease caused by the soilborne fungus Verticillium dahliae Kleb., constitutes currently the major cultivation constraint in many olive growing areas. AnExpand
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Variability and heritability of fruit characters in olive progenies from open-pollination
Several olive breeding programs have been initiated in the last years to obtain new olive cultivars adapted to modern olive growing techniques. However, up to now there is limited information aboutExpand
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Evaluation of Verticillium wilt resistance in selections from olive breeding crosses
Verticillium wilt (VW) resistance was evaluated in genotypes from olive crosses including resistant cultivars as parents. Thirty-eight genotypes from three crosses were evaluated: ‘Changlot Real’ ×Expand
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Acrylamide reduction after phenols addition to Californian-style black olives
Abstract A method for reducing the acrylamide formation in Californian-style black olive varieties by the addition of different phenol standards and olive leaf extract (OLE) during the sterilisationExpand
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The contribution of fruit and leaves to the dynamic response of secondary branches of orange trees
The current commercial technologies for mass harvesting fruit are based on the application of forced vibration to the tree, which is transmitted to the fruits causing their detachment. The dynamicExpand