In situ and ex situ assessment of morphological and fruit variation in Scandinavian sweet cherry

  title={In situ and ex situ assessment of morphological and fruit variation in Scandinavian sweet cherry},
  author={Inger Hjalmarssona and Rodomiro Ortizb},
  • Inger Hjalmarssona, Rodomiro Ortizb
  • Published 2000
Sweet cherry is a tall, deciduous tree producing stone fruits. This diploid outcrossing species was domesticated in Asia but has been grown in orchards and home gardens in Scandinavia for many years. In situ and ex situ assessments of phenotypic variation in sweet cherry accessions were performed to determine the reliability of such assessments, and to determine relationships between Nordic populations. Principal component analysis (PCA) based on in situ data revealed that accessions were… CONTINUE READING


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