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Horticultural Reviews, Volume 29 Wild Apple and Fruit Trees of Central Asia

Series: Horticultural Reviews Volume: 29
Edited By: Jules Janick
Horticultural Reviews, Volume 29
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Contributors; Dedication: Calvin R. Sperling - Philip L. Forsline; 1. Collection, Maintenance, Characterization, and Utilization of Wild Apples of Central Asia - Philip L. Forsline, Herb S. Aldwinckle, Elizabeth E. Dickson, James J. Luby, and Stan C. Hokanson; I. Introduction; II. Germplasm Acquisition; III. Central Asian Collections; IV. Maintenance; V. Distribution; VI. Characterization and Evalution; VII. Utilization; VIII. Conclusion; Literature Cited; 2. The Wild Apple Tree of Kazakhstan - A. D. Dzhangaliev; I. Introduction; II. Historical Review; III. The Role of Wild Apple in the Vegetative Cover of Mountain Regions in Kazakhstan; IV. The Influence of Wild Apples on the Structure of the Environment; V. Characteristics of Wild Apple Growth and Development; VI. Intraspecific Polymorphism of Wild Apple; VII. Utility and Biochemical Characterization of Wild Apple Fruit; VIII. Preservation of Wild Apples; IX. Conclusion; Literature Cited; 3. The Wild Fruit and Nut Plants of Kazakhstan - A. D. Dzhangaliev, T. N. Salova, and P. M. Turekhanova; I. Introduction; II. Pome Fruits; III. Stone Fruits; IV. Small and Vine Fruits; V. Other Fruits; VI. Nuts; Literature Cited; Subject Index; Cumulative Subject Index; Cumulative Contributor Index

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Contributors; Dedication: Calvin R. Sperling - Philip L. Forsline; 1. Collection, Maintenance, Characterization, and Utilization of Wild Apples of Central Asia - Philip L. Forsline, Herb S. Aldwinckle, Elizabeth E. Dickson, James J. Luby, and Stan C. Hokanson; I. Introduction; II. Germplasm Acquisition; III. Central Asian Collections; IV. Maintenance; V. Distribution; VI. Characterization and Evalution; VII. Utilization; VIII. Conclusion; Literature Cited; 2. The Wild Apple Tree of Kazakhstan - A. D. Dzhangaliev; I. Introduction; II. Historical Review; III. The Role of Wild Apple in the Vegetative Cover of Mountain Regions in Kazakhstan; IV. The Influence of Wild Apples on the Structure of the Environment; V. Characteristics of Wild Apple Growth and Development; VI. Intraspecific Polymorphism of Wild Apple; VII. Utility and Biochemical Characterization of Wild Apple Fruit; VIII. Preservation of Wild Apples; IX. Conclusion; Literature Cited; 3. The Wild Fruit and Nut Plants of Kazakhstan - A. D. Dzhangaliev, T. N. Salova, and P. M. Turekhanova; I. Introduction; II. Pome Fruits; III. Stone Fruits; IV. Small and Vine Fruits; V. Other Fruits; VI. Nuts; Literature Cited; Subject Index; Cumulative Subject Index; Cumulative Contributor Index

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Series: Horticultural Reviews Volume: 29
Edited By: Jules Janick
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