VIII International Peach Symposium

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June 17, 2013

Online articles

THE FIRST PEACH CULTIVARS PROTECTED IN BRAZIL

  • M.C.B. Raseira
  • R.C. Franzon
  • J.F.M. Pereira
  • C. Scaranari

BACTERIAL SPOT RESISTANCE IN PEACH: FUNCTIONAL ALLELE DISTRIBUTION IN BREEDING GERMPLASM

  • K. Gasic
  • G. Reighard
  • W. Okie
  • J. Clark
  • T. Gradziel
  • D. Byrne
  • C. Peace
  • T. Stegmeir
  • U. Rosyara
  • A. Iezzoni

INFLUENCE OF SEVERAL ROOTSTOCKS ON FOLIAR NUTRITION IN PEACH

  • S. Padilha Galarça
  • C.S.M. Lima
  • J.C. Fachinello
  • A. Pretto
  • L.C. Vahl
  • D.L. Betemps

PERFORMANCE OF EIGHT PRUNUS ROOTSTOCKS FOR PEACH IN SOUTH BRAZIL

  • J.C. Fachinello
  • A. Pretto
  • S. Padilha Galarça
  • D.L. Betemps

BUILDING HIGH-DENSITY PEACH LINKAGE MAPS BASED ON THE ISPC 9K SNP CHIP FOR MAPPING MENDELIAN TRAITS AND QTLS: BENEFITS AND DRAWBACKS

  • J.B. Mauroux
  • B. Quilot-Turion
  • T. Pascal
  • M. Troggio
  • I. Verde
  • D. Micheletti
  • M.J. Aranzana
  • P. Lambert

USE OF THE MEXICAN PEACH 'NIEVE' FOR BREEDING NEW CULTIVARS IN AUSTRALIA

  • B. Topp
  • S. Pérez
  • D. Krolow
  • E. Correa
  • D. Russell
  • J. Neal

A PEACH GERMPLASM COLLECTION FOR INCREASING THE GENETIC DIVERSITY IN EUROPEAN BREEDING PROGRAMS

  • M.L. Badenes
  • M. Cambra
  • M.M. López
  • I. Batlle
  • I. Iglesias
  • M.J. Aranzana
  • E. López
  • C. Vives
  • J. Garcia Brunton
  • J. Romeu
  • M.J. Rubio-Cabetas
  • M. Espiau
  • J.M. Alonso

RESULTS ON THE PERFORMANCE OF SEVERAL PRUNUS ROOTSTOCKS FOR PEACH

  • M. Ben Mimoun
  • S. Dabbabi
  • J. Ben Yahmed
  • Z. Chaouch
  • F. Ajem
  • M. Ghrab
  • J. Pinochet
  • Y. Gogorcena
  • M.A. Moreno

PEACH INDUSTRY IN GEORGIA - PRESENT SITUATION, CHALLENGES, PROSPECTIVE AND RESEARCH APPROACHES

  • Z. Bobokashvili
  • D. Maghradze
  • V. Kvaliashvili
  • I. Mdinaradze
  • E. Abashidze

BREEDING AND CULTIVATION OF SOME DWARF NECTARINE CULTIVARS IN ROMANIA

  • L.M. Dumitru
  • C. Gavat
  • D.V. Dumitru
  • F. Stanica

EMBRYO RESCUE OF PRUNUS PERSICA: MEDIUM COMPOSITION HAS LITTLE INFLUENCE ON GERMINATION

  • E.L. Mansvelt
  • W.-M. Pieterse
  • S.B.D. Shange
  • T.C. Mabiya
  • C. Cronjé
  • I. Balla
  • H. Ham
  • M.-J. Rubio-Cabetas

NC-140 PEACH ROOTSTOCK TESTING IN THIRTEEN U.S. STATES

  • G. Reighard
  • W. Bridges, Jr.
  • D. Archbold
  • D. Wolfe
  • A. Atucha
  • R. Pokharel
  • W. Autio
  • T. Beckman
  • B. Black
  • T. Lindstrom
  • E. Coneva
  • K. Day
  • R.S. Johnson
  • M. Kushad
  • M. Parker
  • T. Robinson
  • J. Schupp
  • M. Warmund

GENETIC VARIABILITY AND POPULATION STRUCTURE OF PEACH ACCESSIONS FROM MAS.PES GERMPLASM BANK

  • C. Da Silva Linge
  • I. Pacheco
  • L. Rossini
  • D. Bassi
  • S. Foschi
  • G. Chietera
  • S. Biffani
  • M. Lama

DATA MINING IN THE ITALIAN PEACH GERMPLASM DATABASE: A PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS

  • P. Engel
  • A. Sartori
  • M. Terlizzi
  • A. Di Cintio
  • D. Bevilacqua
  • F.R. De Salvador
  • G. Cipriani
  • M.A. Palombi

PEDIGREE CORRECTION AND ESTIMATION OF BREEDING VALUES FOR PEACH GENETIC IMPROVEMENT

  • J. Fresnedo-Ramírez
  • C.H. Crisosto
  • T.M. Gradziel
  • T.R. Famula

PROGRESS ON PEACH BREEDING IN CHINA

  • R. Ma
  • M. Yu
  • J. Xu
  • Y. Zhang
  • Z. Shen

SOIL USE EFFICIENCY AND ECOLOGICAL FOOTPRINT OF PEACH AND NECTARINE PRODUCTS

  • G.L. Beccaro
  • A.K. Cerutti
  • D. Donno
  • G. Bounous
  • S. Contu

PEACH BLOSSOM THINNING BY THE USE OF AMMONIUM THIOSULFATE

  • M.A. Giovanaz
  • J.C. Fachinello
  • C.S. Door
  • C. Goulart

PEACH BLOSSOM THINNING WITH AMMONIUM THIOSULFATE

  • A. Continella
  • G. La Rosa
  • S. La Malfa

BLOOM MECHANICAL THINNING IMPROVES FRUIT QUALITY AND REDUCES PRODUCTION COSTS IN PEACH

  • L. Asteggiano
  • L. Giordani
  • A. Bevilacqua
  • G. Vittone
  • S. Pellegrino
  • G. Costa

PRUNING AND TRAINING SYSTEMS: WHAT IS NEXT?

  • D. Neri
  • F. Massetani
  • G. Murri

ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS ON FRUIT RIPENING AND AVERAGE FRUIT WEIGHT FOR THREE PEACH CULTIVARS

  • R.S. Johnson
  • G.L. Reighard
  • D. Ouellette
  • T.G. Beckman
  • E.D. Coneva
  • K.R. Day
  • J. Fachinello
  • T.L. Robinson
  • E. Fallahi
  • M.J. Newell
  • D. Wolfe

APPARENT ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY AS A TOOL FOR EARTHWORM PARAMETERS EVALUATION IN A COMMERCIAL ORCHARD

  • E. Lardo
  • A.M. Palese
  • A. Arouss
  • G. Ferrazzano
  • C. Xiloyannis
  • G. Celano
  • P. Coll
  • E. Le Cadre
  • E. Blanchart
  • C. Villenave

STEPS TOWARDS IMPROVING TODAY'S IRRIGATION PRACTICES IN PEACH

  • J. Marsal
  • J. Casadesus
  • J. Girona
  • C.O. Stöckle

MINERAL UPTAKE AND DRY MATTER ACCUMULATION OF BIOTIZED GF677/'ROYAL GLORY' NURSERY PLANTS

  • I. Tsvetkov
  • T. Dzhambazova
  • R. Batchvarova
  • E. Markov
  • E. Stavrou

CARBON ECONOMY AND MINERAL NUTRITION IN A SUSTAINABLE PEACH ORCHARD

  • C. Xiloyannis
  • G. Montanaro
  • A.N. Mininni
  • A.C. Tuzio
  • A. Modarelli
  • S. Pecchia
  • S. Giuditta
  • B. Dichio

A MORE COMPREHENSIVE GREENHOUSE GAS ACCOUNTING METHODOLOGY FOR PEACH PRODUCTIVE CHAIN: TOWARD A CERTIFICATION OF LOW-CARBON FRUITS

  • A. Fiore
  • B. Dichio
  • G. Celano
  • A. Modarelli
  • A.M. Palese
  • G. Quinto
  • M.T. Pergola
  • C. Xiloyannis

PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT OF ABA CONCENTRATION IN ROOTS OF DRIP IRRIGATED PEACH TREES

  • E. Xylogiannis
  • A. Sofo
  • G. Montanaro
  • A.N. Mininni
  • B. Dichio

HIGH OR LOW FRUCTOSE? CONSEQUENCES FOR SUGAR METABOLISM IN PEACH FRUIT

  • E. Desnoues
  • V. Signoret
  • B. Quilot-Turion
  • V. Baldazzi
  • M. Génard
  • Y. Gibon

A PRELIMINARY APPROACH TO ASSESS PEACH FRUIT TEXTURE BY TIME-RESOLVED SPECTROSCOPY (TRS)

  • G. Attanasio
  • M.C. Piagnani
  • R. Chiozzotto
  • D. Bassi
  • L. Spinelli
  • A. Torricelli

EFFECTS OF BAGGING ON FRUIT QUALITY OF 'RUIGUANG 47' NECTARINE

  • Bin-bin Zhang
  • Rui-juan Ma
  • Zhi-xiang Cai
  • Juan Yan
  • Ji-ying Guo

STUDY OF THE RELATION BETWEEN PEACH RIPENING AND PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS

  • S. Musacchi
  • S. Serra
  • M. Noferini
  • F. Gagliardi
  • D. Bucci
  • G. Pagliuca
  • E. Zironi

APPLICATION OF ANTIOXIDANT COMPOUNDS TO PRESERVE FRESH-CUT PEACHES QUALITY

  • F. Colantuono
  • M.L. Amodio
  • G. Colelli
  • S. Castillo García

APPLICATION OF VIS/NIR SPECTROSCOPY TO ESTABLISH PEACH RIPENING AS AFFECTED BY ROOTSTOCK

  • D.L. Betemps
  • J.C. Fachinello
  • N. Machado Portela
  • S. Padilha Galarça
  • D. Remorini
  • R. Massai
  • G. Agati

DETERMINATION OF PEACH FRUIT RIPENESS THROUGH A NON-DESTRUCTIVE INDEX BASED ON THE VIS/NIR SPECTROSCOPY

  • D.L. Betemps
  • J.C. Fachinello
  • A. Pretto
  • L.B. Haas
  • M. Ernani Prezotto
  • S. Padilha Galarça

QTL ANALYSIS OF FRUIT QUALITY TRAITS IN PEACH [PRUNUS PERSICA (L.) BATSCH] USING DENSE SNP MAPS

  • J.L. Zeballos
  • W. Abidi
  • R. Giménez
  • A.J. Monforte
  • M.A. Moreno
  • Y. Gogorcena

HARVEST INDEX FOR MECHANICALLY HANDLED PEACH FRUITS IN POST-HARVEST

  • C. Cirillo
  • G. Caccavello
  • M. Giaccone
  • M. Forlani
  • B. Basile

EFFECT OF DRYING CONDITION ON THE QUALITY OF DRY LATE PEACHES OF LEONFORTE

  • A. Todaro
  • P. Inglese
  • R. Cavallaro
  • G. Muratore
  • G. Spagna