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Pollen source effects on peach embryo size


, : Pollen source effects on peach embryo size. Hortscience 23(4): 753-754

Heterosis for embryo length was observed in interspecific crosses between the peach [Prunus persica] clones 'Flordaking' and FL 82-27, and 'Nonpareil' almond [P. amygdalus]. No consistent differences in embryos length were observed in peach when selfing was compared to outcrossing to the unrelated peach selection FL 9-26C.

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