Horticultural Reviews, Volume 26 by Jules Janick

By Jules Janick

Content material:
Chapter 1 Protea: A Floricultural Crop from the Cape Floristic nation (pages 1–48): J. H. Coetzee and G. M. Littlejohn
Chapter 2 The Molecular Biology of Plant Hormone Reception (pages 49–84): Carole L. Bassett
Chapter three Molecular Biology of Cassava (pages 85–159): Johanna Puonti?Kaerlas
Chapter four Postharvest body structure and caliber of lined vegetables and fruit (pages 161–238): Cassandra Amarante and Nigel H. Banks
Chapter five Greenhouse Tomato Fruit caliber (pages 239–319): M. Dorais, A. P. Papadopoulos and A. Gosselin

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Firstly, it has been found that viable achenes are often found clustered on the involucral receptacle and this appears to be under direct control of the female plant (Wright 1994a,b; Mustart et a1. 1995). 6. Controlled hybridization results in Protea using the Leucospermum hybridization technique (Brits 1983). Female parent Male parents P. P. P. P. P. aristata, P. repens P. compacta, P. eximia, P. cv. Sylvia aristata compacta cynaroides eximia P. pudens P. repens P. cynaroides P. eximia, P. eximialP.

1986). Rodriguez Perez (1995) observed an improvement in germination after imbibition with GA 3 in P. neriifolia and P. eximia, but no significant difference in P. cynaroides. The optimum cues for maximum germination are likely to differ between the Protea species, as has been observed in Leucospermum (Brits 1990c). 2. Vegetative Propagation. Members of the Proteaceae can be propagated by vegetative cuttings. The selection of single plants for use as clonally propagated cultivars depends upon the ability to propagate the plant material vegetatively.

264:9-25. Brits, G. J. 1990b. Rootstock production research in Leucospermum and Protea: II. Gene sources. Acta Hort. 27-40. Brits, G. J. 1990c. Techniques for maximal seed germination of six commercial Leucospermum RBr. species. Acta Hort. 264:53-60. Brits, G. J. 1992. Breeding programmes for Proteaceae cultivar development. Acta Hort. 316:9-18. Brits, G. , G. Jacobs, and M. M. Vogts. 1983. Domestication offynbos Proteaceae as a floriculture crop. Bothalia 14:641-646. Brown, N. A. , and J. van Staden.

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