Acta scientiarum Polonorum. Hortorum cultus = Ogrodnictwo (ACTA SCI POL-HORTORU )

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  • Impact factor
    0.69
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    Impact factor
  • 5-year impact
    0.69
  • Cited half-life
    2.80
  • Immediacy index
    0.09
  • Eigenfactor
    0.00
  • Article influence
    0.06
  • ISSN
    1644-0692

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    ABSTRACT: Wild raspberry (Rubus idaeus L.) is abundantly grown and widely distributed in temperate regions of lower Himalayan range which represents rich biological diversity for raspberry. Thirty accessions were explored from three different locations of Azad Jammu and Kashmir (Pakistan), several traits were visualized at sampling locations and some characteristics were evaluated and quantified after harvest of leaf and fruit samples. The accessions differed greatly in growth habit, blooming time, intensity of flowering, fruit setting, ripening time, productivity, fruit shape and color. Concerning quantitative characteristics, significant differences were found in plant height, leaf length and width, number of braches per plant, duration of flowering, fruit setting percentage, days to maturity, fruit length, width and weight among the samples collected from different locations. Ripe fruits were evaluated for their chemical composition i.e. moisture, carbohydrates, protein, fat, fiber, ash, TSS, acidity, pH and mineral (K, Ca, Na, Fe, Cu, Zn, Mn, Pb, and Cr) contents. The location also had significant effect on chemical composition of ripe fruits.
    Acta scientiarum Polonorum. Hortorum cultus = Ogrodnictwo 01/2014; 14(3):117-134.
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    ABSTRACT: Self-incompatibility is common in apricot (Prunus armeniaca L.) cultivars of Central Asian and Irano-Caucasian ecogeographical groups, while cultivars of European group are traditionally considered as self-compatible. However, the number of known self-incompatible cultivars of the European group has increased rapidly over the last two decades. This can be explained by using Asian or North American self-incompatible cultivars in breeding programs that aim to create new genotypes with the traits including: Plum Pox Virus resistance, frost tolerance, increase of the sugar content or extending the harvest time. In this work self-(in)compatibility was tested in 38 apricot cultivars. Pollentube growth in pistils pollinated in laboratory was analysed using fluorescence microscopy. Cultivars were considered self-compatible if at least one pollen tube reached the ovary in the majority of pistils. In self-incompatible cultivars growth of pollen tubes in the style of pistil stopped along with formation of characteristic swellings. Of the examined cultivars, 17 were self-compatible, and 21 were self-incompatible.
    Acta scientiarum Polonorum. Hortorum cultus = Ogrodnictwo 12/2013; 12:103-113.
  • Acta scientiarum Polonorum. Hortorum cultus = Ogrodnictwo 02/2013; 12(1):101-113.

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