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Toward Integrated Management of Monosporascus Wilt of Melons in Israel.
The phenomenon of melon wilting dueto Monosporascus infection (Fig. 1) isknown in many regions around the worldand has been referred to as melon collapse(13,27,32,38), sudden wilt (2,6,8,26,29),rootExpand
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Metabolism of soluble sugars in developing melon fruit: a global transcriptional view of the metabolic transition to sucrose accumulation
The sweet melon fruit is characterized by a metabolic transition during its development that leads to extensive accumulation of the disaccharide sucrose in the mature fruit. While the biochemistry ofExpand
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Genetic variability for valuable fruit quality traits in Cucumis melo
Melon (Cucumis melo L.) is highly polymorphic for fruit traits, providing seemingly endless possibilities for genetic improvement through introgression and recombination. By expanding our knowledgeExpand
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Genetic diversity of Cucumis melo.
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The Contribution of Sucrose Metabolism Enzymes to Sucrose Accumulation in Cucumis melo
The relationship between sugar accumulation and sucrose metabolism enzyme activities was studied among seven genotypes of Cucumis melo L., covering the broad genetic range of sucrose accumulationExpand
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Development of Sweet Melon (Cucumis melo) Genotypes Combining High Sucrose and Organic Acid Content
The sweet cultivars of Cucumis melo are characterized by high sucrose levels, together with low acid levels in the mature fruit fl esh. The trait of high sugar accumulation in C. melo fruit isExpand
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Acetyl-coa: alcohol acetyltransferase activity and aroma formation in ripening melon fruits.
Melon varieties (Cucumis melo L.) differ in a range of physical and chemical attributes. Sweetness and aroma are two of the most important factors in fruit quality and consumer preference. VolatileExpand
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Single-gene resistance to zucchini yellow mosaic virus in Cucurbita moschata
SummaryThe mode of inheritance for resistance to zucchini yellow mosaic virus (ZYMV) in Cucurbita moschata was determined from F1, F2, and backcross progenies of the cross between the susceptibleExpand
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Monitoring physiological races ofPodosphaera xanthii (syn.Sphaerotheca fuliginea), the causal agent of powdery mildew in cucurbits: Factors affecting race identification and the importance for
Identification of the physiological races ofPodosphaera xanthii (syn.Sphaerotheca fuliginea), the causal agent of powdery mildew in cucurbits, is based upon the differing responses of various melonExpand
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