Identification, morphology of Citrus L. (Aurantioideae-Rutaceae Juss.) and its traditional uses in Riau Province, Indonesia
- Biodiversitas Journal of Biological Diversity
Abstract. Sofiyanti N, Iriani D, Wahyuni PI, Idani N, Lestari P. 2022. Identification, morphology of Citrus L. (Aurantioideae-Rutaceae Juss.) and its traditional uses in Riau Province, Indonesia.…
Analysis of ‘Marrakesh limetta’ (Citrus × limon var. limetta (Risso) Ollitrault, Curk & R.Krueger) horticultural history and relationships with limes and lemons
- Scientia Horticulturae
Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi and Endophytic Fungi Activate Leaf Antioxidant Defense System of Lane Late Navel Orange
- MedicineJournal of fungi
Arbuscular mycorrhizal (AM) fungi and endophytic fungi collectively symbiose well with plants and, thus, stimulate plant growth; however, it is not clear whether field inoculation of the fungi…
Citrus industry: Phytoplasma-associated diseases and related challenges for Asia, America and Africa
- Crop Protection
Investigation of food flavours by multidimensional and comprehensive gas chromatography
- Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry
Pathotyping Citrus Ornamental Relatives with Xanthomonas citri pv. citri and X. citri pv. aurantifolii Refines Our Understanding of Their Susceptibility to These Pathogens
Xanthomonas citri pv. citri (Xcc) and X. citri pv. aurantifolii (Xca) are causal agents of Citrus Bacterial Canker (CBC), a devastating disease that severely affects citrus plants. They are harmful…
Phylogenetic and taxonomic status of Citrus halimii B.C. Stone determined by genotyping complemented by chemical analysis of leaf and fruit rind essential oils
- Scientia Horticulturae
A molecular perspective on the taxonomy and journey of Citrus domestication
- Perspectives in Plant Ecology, Evolution and Systematics
Chemical Contents Profile of Essential Oil from Calamansi (Citrus microcarpa Bunge) Peels and Leaves and Its Antibacterial Activities
Citrus is a plant that has many health benefits and has been widely reported for its pharmacological effects. One of the citrus that has been reported to have antibacterial activity is calamansi…
Chemical Variability of Peel and Leaf Essential Oils in the Citrus Subgenus Papeda (Swingle) and Few Relatives
- Biology, MedicinePlants
High chemical diversity, not only among the sections of the subgenus Papeda, but also between species and even at the intraspecific level, suggests that PapedA may be an important source of aroma diversity for future experimental crosses with field crop species.
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This chapter discusses the botany and history, importance, breeding and genetics, molecular genetics, gene cloning, genomics, micropropagation, micrografting, somatic cell genetics, genetic manipulation and genetic transformation and cryopreservation of Citrus.
Genomics of the origin and evolution of Citrus
Ten natural citrus species are described, using genomic, phylogenetic and biogeographic analyses of 60 accessions representing diverse citrus germ plasms, and it is proposed that citrus diversified during the late Miocene epoch through a rapid southeast Asian radiation that correlates with a marked weakening of the monsoons.
Origin of C. latifolia and C. aurantiifolia triploid limes: the preferential disomic inheritance of doubled-diploid ‘Mexican’ lime is consistent with an interploid hybridization hypothesis
- BiologyAnnals of botany
The doubled-diploid 'Mexican' lime had predominantly disomic segregation, producing interspecific diploid gamete structures with high C. medica/C.
Genomic analyses of primitive, wild and cultivated citrus provide insights into asexual reproduction
- Biology, MedicineNature Genetics
This study de novo sequenced and comprehensively studied the genomes of four representative citrus species and found a miniature inverted-repeat transposable element insertion in the promoter region of CitRWP that cosegregated with polyembryony.
Genotyping by sequencing reveals the interspecific C. maxima / C. reticulata admixture along the genomes of modern citrus varieties of mandarins, tangors, tangelos, orangelos and grapefruits
- Biology, MedicinePloS one
A workflow for phylogenomic inference from Genotyping By Sequencing (GBS) data was developed and the interspecific admixture along the nine citrus chromosomes for horticultural groups and recent varieties resulting from the combination of the C. reticulata and C. maxima gene pools was analyzed.
Metabolic Fingerprinting of Citrus Cultivars and Related Genera Using HPLC and Multivariate Analysis
The results indicated that the metabolic fingerprinting method provides an insight into the phylogenic relationships among Citrus species and cultivars.
QTL mapping for fruit quality in Citrus using DArTseq markers
- Biology, MedicineBMC Genomics
An integrated linkage map of Murcott tangor and Pera sweet orange using DArTseq™ molecular markers was established and it was useful to perform QTL mapping of twelve fruit quality traits.
Citrus breeding, genetics and genomics in Japan
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Hybrid Origins of Citrus Varieties Inferred from DNA Marker Analysis of Nuclear and Organelle Genomes
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