XV Meeting of the EUCARPIA Tomato Working Group

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NEW TOMATO HYBRIDS WITH LONG SHELF LIFE

  • Z. Marković
  • J. Zdravković
  • M. Damjanović
  • M. Zdravković
  • R. Djordjević

PARTHENOCARPY MODULATION IN FIELD-GROWN TOMATO

  • A. Korzeniewska
  • K. Niemirowicz-Szczytt

PLEIOTROPIC EFFECT IN THREE ANTHOCYANINLESS TOMATO MUTANTS

  • E. Balacheva
  • L. Shtereva
  • B. Atanassova
  • E. Mollе

BREEDING "CHERRY" AND "COCKTAIL" TOMATO F1 HYBRIDS POSSESSING MULTIPLE DISEASE RESISTANCE

  • T.A. Tereshonkova
  • N.S. Gorshkova
  • S.I. Ignatova
  • N.A. Makarova

COMPARISON BETWEEN OL-2 AND MLO LOCI CONFERRING RESISTANCE TO OIDIUM IN TOMATO AND BARLEY, RESPECTIVELY

  • C. Lotti
  • R. Panstruga
  • K. Theres
  • F. Ciccarese
  • C. De Giovanni
  • L. Ricciardi

EFFECT OF AN ORGANIC AMENDMENT ON CORKY ROOT SUSCEPTIBLE AND RESISTANT TOMATOES

  • M. Amenduni
  • C. Colella
  • M. D'Amico
  • G. Bubici
  • M. Cirulli

ANALYSIS OF THE SPATIAL SPREAD OF TWO BEGOMOVIRUSES, TYLCV AND TYLCSV, IN TOMATO HYDROPONICS IN CALABRIA REGION, ITALY

  • A. Fanigliulo
  • S. Comes
  • L. Ferrara
  • G. Parrella
  • G. Caligiuri
  • T. Colella
  • A. Crescenzi

REACTION OF CHERRY TOMATO CULTIVARS TO BACTERIAL SPECK IN SOUTHERN ITALY

  • M. Zaccardelli
  • A. Pentangelo
  • A. Del Galdo
  • M. Parisi
  • I. Giordano

EPIDEMICS OF TYLCSV AND TYLCV IN TOMATO CROPS IN CALABRIA (SOUTHERN ITALY)

  • G. Parrella
  • D. Sorrentino
  • A. Crescenzi
  • G.E. Agosteo

TOMATO GENOTYPES RESISTANT TO TOMATO SPOTTED WILT VIRUS EVALUATED IN OPEN FIELD CROPS IN SOUTHERN ITALY

  • M. Zaccardelli
  • D. Perrone
  • A. Del Galdo
  • F. Campanile
  • G. Parrella
  • I. Giordano

EXPRESSION OF PR-5 PROTEIN THAUMATIN II FOR IMPROVING DISEASE RESISTANCE AND FRUIT QUALITY OF TOMATO

  • I.V. Korneeva
  • K.A. Shestibratov
  • N.V. Lavrova
  • A.P. Firsov
  • V.G. Lebedev
  • P.N. Kharchenko
  • S.V. Dolgov

OZONE AS A TOOL FOR STUDYING STRESS RESPONSES IN TOMATO: SIGNALLING AND DEFENCE IN NORMAL AND MUTANT LINES

  • M. Antonelli
  • D. Di Baccio
  • L. Ederli
  • A. Francini
  • R. Marabottini
  • E. Pellegrini
  • M. Ciaffi
  • G. Lorenzini
  • C. Nali
  • S. Pasqualini
  • E. Santangelo
  • L. Sebastiani
  • G.P. Soressi
  • M. Badiani

EVALUATION OF YIELD AND QUALITATIVE PARAMETERS OF HIGH LYCOPENE TOMATO CULTIVARS

  • V. Cantore
  • F. Boari
  • S. Vanadia
  • B. Pace
  • E. De Palma
  • L. Leo
  • G. Zacheo

FIRMNESS OF TOMATO FRUITS DEPENDS ON TRAIT ACCUMULATION AND INCORPORATION OF THE RIPENING INHIBITOR GENE

  • J. Zdravković
  • Z. Marković
  • D. Cvikić
  • M. Mijatović
  • L.J. Stanković

SALINITY EFFECTS ON TOMATO

  • V. Cantore
  • F. Boari
  • B. Pace

BIOLOGICAL VALUE OF GREENHOUSE TOMATOES GROWN IN MOSCOW SUBURBS

  • S.I. Ignatova
  • N.F. Zagidullina
  • N.A. Golubkina

THE STUDY OF MOLECULAR DIVERSITY IN NATURAL POPULATIONS OF WILD AND WEEDY TOMATOES AND ITS IMPLICATIONS IN TOMATO BREEDING

  • F. Nuez
  • M.J. Díez
  • J. Prohens
  • J.M. Blanca
  • A. Sifres
  • B. Picó
  • L. Cordero
  • E. Zuriaga

INFLUENCE OF AN ARABIDOPSIS DOMINANT NEGATIVE ATHB2 MUTANT ON TOMATO PLANT DEVELOPMENT

  • R. Iannacone
  • F. Mittempergher
  • G. Morelli
  • G. Panio
  • A. Perito
  • I. Ruberti
  • G. Sessa
  • F. Cellini

GENETIC RESOURCES OF LYCOPERSICON AT THE INSTITUTE FOR THE CONSERVATION AND IMPROVEMENT OF AGRODIVERSITY (COMAV)

  • F. Nuez
  • M.J. Díez
  • J.V. Valcárcel
  • J. Cebolla-Cornejo
  • A. Pérez
  • S. Soler
  • S. Roselló
  • A.M. Adalid
  • L. Galiana
  • A. Sifres
  • B. Picó
  • J.M. Blanca
  • R. De Frutos

DEVELOPMENT AND CHARACTERISTICS OF THE FIRST BULGARIAN F1 TRANSGENIC TOMATO HYBRIDS

  • Z. Danailov
  • A. Atanasov
  • P. Stoeva
  • P. Bumov
  • E. Stoimenova

TRANSFORMATION OF TOMATO WITH COLD-INDUCED SOLANUM SOGARANDINUM DHN24 DEHYDRIN GENE

  • M. Głodek
  • G. Bartoszewski
  • Z. Yin
  • T. Rorat
  • K. Niemirowicz-Szczytt