By Iqrar Khan
Citrus breeding / I.A. Khan and W.J. Kender -- A comprehesive citrus genetic development application / F.G. Gmitter Jr, J.W. Grosser, W.S. fortress and G.A. Moore -- foundation and taxonomy / E. Nicolosi -- Citrus germplasm source / R.R. Krueger and L. Navarro -- Nuceller embryony / J.L. Kepiro and M.L. Roose -- Cytogenetics / M.J. Jaskani, M. Omura and I.A. Khan -- Haploidy / M. A. Germana -- Seedlessness and ploidy manipulations / P. Ollitrault, F. Luro and M. Yamamoto -- Somaclonal version / J.W. Grosser, X.X. Deng and R.M. Goodrich -- Somatic hybridization / P. Ollitrault, W. Guo and J.W. Grooser -- unmarried chromosome move / E.S. Louzada -- Mapping and marker-assisted choice / M.L. Roose -- Cloning and characterization of disorder resistant genes / F.G. Gmitter Jr, Z. Deng and C. Chen -- Genetic transformation of citrus for pathogen resistance / V.J. Febres, R.F. Lee and G.A. Moore / L -- Genetic transformation / L. Pena, M. Cervera, R. Ghorbel, A. Dominguez, C. Fagoaga, J. Juarez, J.A. Pina and L. Navarro -- Mutation breeding / M.L. Roose and T.E. Williams -- Shooting-tip grafting in vitro / L. Navarro and J. Juarez
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According to Webber (1943), the pummelo was described for the ﬁrst time in Jamaica by Sloane (1696) who used the Fig. 5. Aurantium maximum (pummelo) as represented by Ferrarius in Hesperides (1646) pp. 439 and 441. Origin and Taxonomy name ‘shaddock’, and the same author added, later, in 1707, that the seed of the pummelo was brought to Barbados by Captain Shaddock, the Commander of an East Indian ship. The grapefruit (C. ) appears to have originated as a mutation or hybrid of the shaddock in the West Indies, perhaps Barbados.
1992) to be an ancestor of the mandarin through an intermediate genotype, in the result with cpDNA analysis, is clustered with all the mandarin accessions and C. tachibana that is considered to be a kind of wild mandarin species of Japan. Origin Which genotypes are the parents of the main citrus species? This question has interested many researchers, and a lot of hypotheses have been formulated. It is bound to be a difﬁcult task to go back to the relationships of different citrus species, considering the large number of genotypes that can be found in different citrus world areas.
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