IV International Mango Symposium

341
9789066054059
0567-7572
This title is available in ActaHort CD-rom format only - not available in print format.
€ 68
May 1993
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549
Miami (USA)
July 5, 1992

Online articles

FORWARD

  • DR. J.H. CRANE

COMMERCIAL FLORIDA MANGO CULTIVARS

  • R. J. Campbell
  • Carl W. Campbell

GENETIC TRANSFORMATION OF MANGO

  • H. Mathews
  • H.D. Wilde
  • R.E. Litz
  • H.Y. Wetzstein

EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE ON POLLEN VIABILITY IN MANGO CV KENSINGTON

  • M. Issarakraisila
  • J.A. Considine
  • D.W. Turner

BREEDING MANGOES FOR AUSTRALIAN CONDITIONS

  • A. W. Whiley
  • Peter E. Mayers
  • Jack B. Saranah
  • John P. Bartley

CONVENTIONAL AND MODERN BREEDING OF MANGO CULTIVARS AND ROOTSTOCKS

  • U. Lavi
  • D. Sharon
  • E. Tomer
  • A. Adato
  • S. Gazit

COMPARISON OF MANUAL AND ETHEPHON-INDUCED DEBLOSSOMING OF MANGO CV. KEITT IN THE CANARY ISLANDS

  • V. Galán Saúco
  • D. Fernández Galván
  • P. Hernández Delgado
  • V. García

VEGETATIVE GROWTH ANALYSIS OF MANGO 'MANILA' TREES GRAFTED ONTO SEVERAL INTERSTOCK/ROOTSTOCK COMBINATIONS.

  • E. García-Pérez
  • A. Erique Becerril-Román
  • C. Avila-Reséndiz
  • L. Matheis-Toledano
  • R. Mosqueda-Vázquez

PRODUCTION EFFICIENCY OF COMPACT 'MANILA' MANGOS GRAFTED ONTO DIFFERENT INTERSTOCK-ROOTSTOCK COMBINATIONS.

  • C. Avila-Reséndiz
  • E. Pérez-Garcia
  • L. Matheis-Toledano
  • R. Mosqueda-Vázquez

A NEW APPROACH TO TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER

  • R.J. Holmes
  • T.P. Campbell

THE ARTHROPOD PESTS OF MANGO IN ISRAEL

  • M. Wysoki
  • Y. Ben-Dov
  • E. Swirski
  • Y. Izhar

THE BIOCHEMICAL BASIS OF DIFFERENTIAL RIPENING IN MANGO

  • H. Lazan
  • Z. Mohd. Ali
  • J. Soh
  • Z. Talkah

EFFECT OF ETHEPHON ON MANGO (MANGIFERA INDICA L.) FRUIT QUALITY

  • E. Sergent
  • B. Schaffer
  • S. Pablo Lara
  • Leah E. Willis

HANDLING SYSTEMS TO REDUCE MANGO SAPBURN

  • R.J. Holmes
  • S.N. Ledger
  • W.N.B. Macleod