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Effect of temperature and genotype on pollen tube growth of some self-compatible almond selections derived from peach X almond hybridization



Effect of temperature and genotype on pollen tube growth of some self-compatible almond selections derived from peach X almond hybridization



HortScience 10(3): 328



The almond cultivar Ne Plus Ultra and five almond selections derived by back-cross peach-almond hybridization, were studied. Pollen tube growth in pistils following self and cross pollinations confirmed the transfer of self compatibility from peach to almond. Different levels of self compatibility were observed in the five selections and self compatibility was found to be only partial.

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