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Effect of cross pollination of Nonpareil and Avola almond cvs. with peach pollens on some physical and biochemical characteristics of hybrid kernels






Annals of Agricultural Science Cairo 41(2): 913-929

Effect of cross pollination of Nonpareil and Avola almond cvs. with peach pollens on some physical and biochemical characteristics of hybrid kernels

Hybrid seeds of Prunus amygdalus (almond) x P. persica (peach) were evaluated. The highest value of kernel/nut percentage was achieved with Nonpareil x ER. The female parent had the greatest influence on kernel weight and size. The shape of hybrid seeds varied from narrow in Nonpareil x Sou to very broad in Avola x ER. Length and width were highly correlated with kernel weight in most crosses. High oil, protein and carbohydrate contents were obtained from Nonpareil.


Accession: 002811367



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