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Preliminary assessment of genetic variation between Chilean native Ribes, red currant (Ribes rubrum L.) and black currant (Ribes nigrum L.)








Preliminary assessment of genetic variation between Chilean native Ribes, red currant (Ribes rubrum L.) and black currant (Ribes nigrum L.)



Accession: 023399474



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Kaack K., 1989: Gamma linolenic acid in seeds of black currant ribes nigrum red currant ribes rubrum and gooseberry ribes uva crispa. The content of fatty acids in the seeds of black currant, red currant and gooseberry were determined by gas chromatography. The aim was variety evaluation for manufacture of nutritional valuable plant oils. For black currants, red currants and goo...

Miczulski B.; Anasiewicz A., 1972: Contribution to the knowledge of insects parasitizing a complex of the leaf rollers tortricidae associated with black currant ribes nigrum red currant ribes rubrum and gooseberry shrubs ribes grossularia in the environs of lublin. Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne 42(1): 211-222

Prat,M.L.; Araneda,C., 2008: Preliminary assessment of genetic variation between Chilean native Ribes, red currant and black currant. At least fifteen wild <i>Ribes</i> species are present in Chile. The genetic diversity in the Chilean native species is largely unknown. This is the first study on the genetic diversity in native plants of <i>Ribes</i> sp....

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Rashal' , I.D. (Rachal, I.D.; Melekhina, A.A., 1983: Multivariate statistical analysis of correlated variation in the interspecific black currant hybrid Ribes nigrum L. X Ribes petiolare Dougl. The main factors determining 27 morphological, physiological and biochemical characters in the hybrid were established by principal component analysis of data from F2 plants. In all, 231 coefficients of correlation were calculated from data in 197...

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Melekhina A.A.; Yankelevich B.B.; Eglite M.A., 1980: Prospects for utilization of ribes petiolare in selection of the black currant ribes nigrum. Hybridization of R. petiolare with R. nigrum produced cultivars with more flowers and higher productivity. Factors limiting selection in F1 and F2 forms were the low gustatory qualities of fresh berries in most of the hybrids, self-sterility, low...