Diversity among landraces of Indian snapmelon (Cucumis melo var. momordica)

@article{Dhillon2006DiversityAL,
  title={Diversity among landraces of Indian snapmelon (Cucumis melo var. momordica)},
  author={Narinder P. S. Dhillon and R. Ranjana and Kuldeep Singh and Iban Eduardo and Antonio Jos{\'e} Monforte and Michel Pitrat and Navjot Kaur Dhillon and Pushpendra Pal Singh},
  journal={Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution},
  year={2006},
  volume={54},
  pages={1267-1283}
}
Diversity among 36 snapmelon landraces, collected from 2 agro-ecological regions of India (9 agro-climatic sub-regions), was assayed using RAPD primers, morphological traits of plant habit and fruit, 2 yield-associated traits, pest and disease resistance and biochemical composition (TSS, ascorbic acid, titrable acidity). Typical differences among accessions were observed in plant and fruit characteristics and snapmelon germplasm with high titrable acidity and possessing resistance to downy… CONTINUE READING
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