Journal of Horticultural Science and Research

 ISSN: 2578-6598

Journal of Horticultural Science and Research

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Review Article Pages 19-29

Impacts of Elevated Carbon Dioxide and Temperature on Physicochemical and Nutrient Properties in Strawberries

Authors: Himali N Balasooriya, Kithsiri B Dassanayake, BruceTomkins, Saman Seneweera and Said Ajlouni

Abstract: Strawberry (Fragaria x ananassa Duch.) is one of the most popular edible fruit worldwide. Strawberries are generally cultivated in open fields or under protected cropping, and are available all year round. Consumers prefer fruit with a bright red color, sweet taste, and distinct aroma.Strawberry (Fragaria x ananassa Duch.) is one of the most popular edible fruit worldwide. Strawberries are generally cultivated in open fields or under protected cropping, and are available all year round. Consumers prefer fruit with a bright red color, sweet taste, and distinct aroma.

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Research Article Pages 13-18

Anthocyanin Pigments in Redbud (Cercis spp) Flowers

Authors: Penelope Perkins-Veazie, Guoying Ma and Dennis Werner

Abstract: Redbud (Cercis spp.) is used as a spring flowering ornamental tree and is found wild in much of North America. Typically flowers are light purple although there are selected cultigens that are white, rose, or red-purple. Flowers from cultigens common to the eastern U.S. and from wild Eastern redbud (C. canadensis) were collected and tested for color and anthocyanin pigment composition.

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Research Article Pages 7-12

Phenotypic Characterization and Evaluation of European Cherry Collections: A Survey to Determine the Most Commonly used Descriptors

Authors: Monika Hofer and Daniela Giovannini

Abstract: Standardization of descriptors and protocols is a precondition when aiming to harmonize characterization data records from different plant collections. Improved information on the accessions maintained at the European collections has been a priority target of the Prunus Working Group (WG) of the European Cooperative Programme for Genetic Resources network (ECPGR) since its establishment in 1983.

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RESEARCH ARTICLE Pages 1-6

Expression of Cucumber Green Mottle Mosaic Virus Movement Protein in Cucumber Leads to the Expression Changes of Endogenous Gene

Authors: Huawei Liu, Laixin Luo, Pengfei Liu, Chaoqiong Liang and Jianqiang Li

Abstract: Cucumber green mottle mosaic virus (CGMMV) is one of the most important diseases of cucurbit crops. To date the only method available to control this devastating disease is the use of resistant varieties or disease-resistant rootstocks. However, the development of transgenic technology offers the potential to create resistant varieties through the expression of foreign genes. Such approaches are not without risk, and it has been noted that introduction of transgenes can have wide ranging effects, often affecting non-target processes.

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Journal Details
  1. Journal: Journal of Horticultural Science and Research
  2. ISSN: 2578-6598
  3. ISO abbreviation: J Hortic Sci Res
  4. Other Title: JHSR
  5. Pub Type: Open Access