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Genetic Improvement of Solanaceous Crops, Volume 2: Tomato

Edited By: MK Razdan and AK Mattoo
637 pages, illus
Genetic Improvement of Solanaceous Crops, Volume 2: Tomato
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Contents:
*History, Origin and Early Cultivation of Tomato (Solanaceae): Iris E. Peralta and David M. Spooner.
*Genetic Resources of Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill) and Wild Relatives: Larry D. Robertson and Joanne A. Labate.
*Cytogenetics and Evolution: Roger T. Chetelat and Yuanfu Ji.
*Expression of Heterosis by Hybridization: Bistra Atanassova and Hristo Georgiev.
*Traditional and Enhanced Breeding for Quality Traits in Tomato: Mathilde Causse et al.
*Genetic Enhancement of Tomato Fruit Nutritive Value: John R. Stommel
*Molecular Markers in Selection of Tomato Germplasm: Mikel R. Stevens and Matthew D. Robbins.
*Molecular Genetics of Drought Resistance Response in Tomato and Related Species: Mary A. O'Connell et al.
*Applications of Genetic Engineering in Tomato: M.V. Rajam et al.
*Hormonal Control of Fruit Maturation: A. K. Handa et al.
*Genetic Control of Fruit Ripening: Elizabeth Fox and Jim Giovannoni
*Genetic and Breeding for Resistance to Bacterial Diseases in Tomato: Prospects for Marker Assisted Selection: Wencai Yang and David M. Francis.
*Breeding for Resistance to Fungal Pathogens: J.W. Scott and R.G. Gardner.
*Breeding for Resistance to Viral Pathogens: J.W. Scott.
*Resistance in Tomato and Other Lycopersicon Species to Insect and Mite Pests: George G. Kennedy.

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History, Origin and Early Cultivation of Tomato (Solanaceae): Iris E. Peralta and David M. Spooner; Genetic Resources of Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill) and Wild Relatives: Larry D. Robertson and Joanne A. Labate; Cytogenetics and Evolution: Roger T. Chetelat and Yuanfu Ji; Expression of Heterosis by Hybridization: Bistra Atanassova and Hristo Georgiev; Traditional and Enhanced Breeding for Quality Traits in Tomato: Mathilde Causse et al.; Genetic Enhancement of Tomato Fruit Nutritive Value: John R. Stommel; Molecular Markers in Selection of Tomato Germplasm: Mikel R. Stevens and Matthew D. Robbins; Molecular Genetics of Drought Resistance Response in Tomato and Related Species: Mary A. O'Connell et al.; Applications of Genetic Engineering in Tomato: M. V. Rajam et al.; Hormonal Control of Fruit Maturation: A. K. Handa et al.; Genetic Control of Fruit Ripening: Elizabeth Fox and Jim Giovannoni; Genetic and Breeding for Resistance to Bacterial Diseases in Tomato: Prospects for Marker Assisted Selection: Wencai Yang and David M. Francis; Breeding for Resistance to Fungal Pathogens: J.W. Scott and R.G. Gardner; Breeding for Resistance to Viral Pathogens: J.W. Scott; Resistance in Tomato and Other Lycopersicon Species to Insect and Mite Pests: George G. Kennedy.

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Edited By: MK Razdan and AK Mattoo
637 pages, illus
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