1 edition of Genetic resources of tropical and sub-tropical fruits and nuts (excluding Musa) found in the catalog.
Genetic resources of tropical and sub-tropical fruits and nuts (excluding Musa)
by IBPGR Secretariat in Rome
|Statement||International Board for Plant Genetic Resources.|
|Contributions||International Board for Plant Genetic Resources.|
|LC Classifications||SB359 .G43 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 162 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||162|
|LC Control Number||87204415|
fruits and nuts for the tropics with potential for improvement and increased importance (philip i. ito, r. a. hamilton) variation in the ripening characteristics of papaya (l. zhang, robert e. paull) genetic resources in tropical fruit and nut crops (philip j. ito, f. zee, r. a. hamilton, r. paull). Tropical and sub-tropical fruits have gained significant importance in global commerce. This book examines recent developments in the area of fruit technology including: postharvest physiology and storage; novel processing technologies applied to fruits; and in-depth coverage on processing, packaging, and nutritional quality of tropical and sub-tropical fruits.
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Genetic resources of tropical and sub-tropical fruits and nuts (excluding Musa). Rome: IBPGR Secretariat, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: International Board for Plant Genetic Resources.
OCLC Number: Notes: Pages inserted. "July " Description: iv, pages ; 30 cm: Responsibility. There is a rich natural diversity of minor, underutilized fruits in the tropical and sub-tropical regions of the world. More than species of fruits are estimated to be found in Southeast Asia.
Diversity and Utilization Status of Tropical and Sub-tropical Fruit Genetic Resources in Nepal M ohan B. Thapa [email protected], Umesh Acharya 2, San jay Dhimal 3, Bhuwon Sthapit 4, Purushottam P.
Khatiwada. Sub-tropical and tropical fruits and nuts contribute to the diversity of agricultural crops and should be effectively managed for conservation and utilization. The purpose of this project is to identify sub-tropical and tropical fruit and nut crops of agronomic and horticultural merit.
Information obtained through this project will be shared with plant scientists in the Southern Region and. The current situation of nine temperate Mediterranean fruits and nuts in the world, will be discussed in descending order of economic importance.
Genetic resources of tropical and sub-tropical fruits and nuts. Int. Board Plant Genetic Resources (IBPGR). Rome. SUMMARY Introduction – Flower regulation is a useful approach in pomegranate to manipulate the natural flowering and fruiting in such a way that it produces higher yield with quality fruits in desired season with sustainable use of farm resources.
Flower transition is a most important phenomenon in pomegranate flowering process. The differentiation of vegetative primordial to reproductive Author: R. Kumar, P.L. Saroj, B.D. Sharma. Section-1 covers 2 leading sub- tropical fruits of the country.
Similarly, section- 2 covers 4 and section-3 covers 6 sub- tropical fruits in order of their importance. Scientists working in different Universities/ Institutions and Research Stations have contributed chapter on fruit crops in.
Genetic resources of tropical and sub-tropical fruits and nuts (excluding Musa) by International Board for Plant Genetic Resources (Book) 8 editions published in in English and held by 68 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Description: Fruit Breeding is an art and science demanding prolonged time, space and intrinsic qualities.
Seed propagation leads to heterogeneity and asexual propagation of elite clones' leads to newer and novel types. There are temperate, sub-tropical and tropical fruits differing in. IBPGR (). Genetic Resources of Tropical and Sub-Tropical Fruits and Nuts (Excluding Musa).
(Rome: International Board for Plant Genetic Resources), pp. IFAD, International Fund for Agricultural Development ().
Regional Strategy Pape – Asia and the Pacific (Rome: Asia and the Pacific Division, Program Management Department). IFAD Author: O.O. Olubode, T.T. Joseph-Adekunle, L.A. Hammed, A.O. Olaiya.
This 2-volume book series deals with both tropical and temperate tree crop species, and represents an effort toward compilation of all available worldwide research on these subjects.
This volume covers fruits and nuts (banana, mango, guava, papaya, grape, date palm, litchi, avocado, and cashew), oil crops (coconut, oil palm and olive /5(2). Tropical or sub tropical accessions will be protected from temperature extremes.
date are presented in this final report. Project D, "Management of Temperate-Adapted Fruit, Nut, and Specialty Crop Genetic Resources and Associated Information", continues the germplasm conservation and research efforts for temperate fruit.
The use of cold temperatures to extend the postharvest life of subtropical and tropical fruits is limited by their susceptibility to chilling injury.
Heat treatments and other stresses needed to satisfy quarantine requirements of importing countries often reduce the postharvest life of tropical and subtropical by: 9. minor and underutilized fruits in georgia and their wild relatives (d. maghradze, z. bobokashvili, v. kvaliashvili) the current status of genetic resources of some tropical and sub-tropical south asian fruits and nuts and their wild progenitors (a.b.
damania). XXVII International Horticultural Congress - IHC International Symposium on Cultivation and Utilization of Asian, Sub-tropical, and Underutilized Horticultural Crops.
Number. ISBN. Workgroup Underutilized Plant Genetic Resources; Division Tropical and. Some tropical fruits such as mango and papaya are heat treated (commonly with hot water treatment, but also with hot air) for insect or disease control.
Some tropical fruits, such as mango and papaya, can also be irradiated for quarantine purposes. Almost all tropical fruits are well adapted to forced-air precooling. Small Fruits. Intended for all your research needs, "The Encyclopedia of Fruit and Nuts" is an authoritative compendium of tropical, sub-tropical and temperate fruit and nut science.
The essential addition to any collection, the Encyclopedia combines the knowledge of over international experts, providing the most definitive resource on fruit and nuts to.
Tropical Fruit Tree Species and Climate Change Bhuwon Sthapit1, V. Ramanatha Rao2 and Sajal Sthapit3, editors 1 Bioversity International, Office for South Asia, National Agricultural Science Centre, DPS Marg, Pusa Campus, New DelhiIndia.
2 Bioversity International, Bioversity Headquarters, Via dei Tre Denari /a, Maccarese. This book volume on tropical species deals with a total of 16 chapters on fruits and nuts (banana, mango, guava, papaya, grape, date palm, litchi, avocado and cashew), oil crops (coconut, oil palm and olive), industrial crops (rubber) and bev-erages (coffee, tea and cocoa).
The second volume will deal with mainly temperate species. In: IBPGR (ed) Genetic resources of tropical and sub-tropical fruits and nuts (excluding Musa). International Board for Plant Genetic Resources, Rome, Italy Google Scholar IUCN () IUCN red list of threatened species.
This book is a comprehensive reference work on our current knowledge of the biotechnology of all the major temperate, sub-tropical and tropical fruit and nut crops of the world.
It is in part a new edition of Biotechnology of Perennial Fruit Crops$ (eds Hammerschlag and Litz, CABI, ), but differs from the previous book by covering more.
Two earlier country reports (Mehra and Arora, b and ) dealt with certain aspects of plant genetic resources activities and this report deals with an appraisal of the past activities, evalua- tion of the plant genetic diversity, and actions underway or proposed in the man-agemellt and conservation of plant genetic wealth in India.The cultivation of fruit trees is one strategy that we feel can fight hunger on a long-term, sustainable basis.
Though the importance of raising fruit trees has been underestimated by development communities, it ought to be a major element in any development scheme. Fruits and nuts, when eaten in the right amounts and combinations, are capable of providing all the necessary nutrition that the.