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Inheritance of some fruit and tree characteristics in sweet cherry crosses



Inheritance of some fruit and tree characteristics in sweet cherry crosses



Proc Amer Soc Hort Sci 78: 76-85



A study of 1486 seedlings from 15 variety crosses showed Bing superior to Napoleon as a female parent. Van, Gil Peck and Giant were superior among 9 pollen parents used in transmitting desirable characteristics. Chlorophyll-deficiency, flesh and juice color, flesh firmness, fruit shape, fruit size and tree vigor gave apparent monohybrid segregations. Fruit skin color, tree dwarfness and leaf rugosity suggested 2 factor inheritance. Lateral fasciation and a bark-canker condition were simply inherited apparently. In other characteristics, desirable alleles were recessive and quantitatively inherited.

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