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    • Analysis of Genetic Diversity and Relationships in the China Rose Group 

      Soules, Valerie Ann (2011-02-22)
      The wild origin, early breeding history, and diversity of the China Rose group, including R. chinensis and its varieties, cultivars, and hybrids, are largely unknown. The aims of this study were to investigate the genetic ...
    • An Autotetraploid Linkage Map of Rose (Rosa hybrida) Validated Using the Strawberry (Fragaria vesca) Genome Sequence 

      Gar, Oron; Sargent, Daniel J.; Tsai, Ching-Jung; Pleban, Tzili; Shalev, Gil; Byrne, David H.; Zamir, Dani; El-Sayed, Najib M. (PloS One, 2011)
    • A biosystematic study of the Schizachyrium scoparium complex 

      Gandhi, Kancheepuram N. (Texas A&M University. Libraries, 1989)
      Population samples of Schizachyrium scoparium, collected from Texas (vars. divergens, frequens, littorals, and virile) and New Mexico (var. neomexicanum), and herbarium specimens (including type specimens of Andropogon ...
    • Changes in Flower Size and Number Under Heat Stress in Rose (Rosa×Hybrida) 

      Liang, Shuyin (2016-08-04)
      Roses (Rosa × hybrida) have been one of the most popular decorations for entertainment and ceremonies for the past 5,000 years, and have been used in the fragrance, medicinal, and food industry. Heat stress is one of the ...
    • Construction of the Diploid, Tetraploid and Integrated Diploid-tetraploid Genetic Linkage Maps in Roses Using Simple Sequence Repeat (SSR) Markers 

      Tsai, Ching-Jung (2014-01-03)
      This study uses polymorphic microsatellites (SSR) to elucidate the similarities among the diploid and tetraploid rose genomes by comparing their maps and clarifying the predominant inheritance patterns (disomic versus ...
    • Diversity of Low Chill Peaches (Prunus persica) from Asia, Brazil, Europe and the USA 

      Anderson, Natalie A. (2011-08-08)
      One hundred fifty-five peach (Prunus persica) cultivars, from Asia, Brazil, Europe, and the USA, were examined using eleven Simple Sequence Repeats (SSRs) to study the genetic relationships among low chill as compared to ...
    • Environmental, physiological and genetic mechanisms contributing to clonal differences within the cultivars Norgold Russet and Russet Norkotah 

      Torres Lopez, Ramon Ignacio (Texas A&M University. Libraries, 1993)
      Studies were conducted in the field at Springlake, Texas and in the growth chamber at College Station, Texas to investigate the environmental, physiological and genetic mechanisms contributing to clonal differences in the ...
    • Expression Analysis and Mapping of the Semigamy Gene in Cotton (Gossypium barbadense L.) 

      Maeda, Andrea Borges Vieira (2015-04-24)
      Several naturally occurring apomicts rely on various forms of semigamous reproduction, where female and male nuclei fail to fuse after fertilization. Heritably high frequencies of haploids among monoembryonic seed were ...
    • Genetic variation in somatic embryogenesis of Rosa Hybrida L. 

      Burrell, Anna Mildred (Texas A&M University, 2004-09-30)
      An in vitro technique was adapted for screening the ability of Rosa hybrida L. genotypes to form embryogenic callus to elucidate the inheritance of this ability. Filament and leaf petiole explants of modern rose cultivars ...
    • Heritability and Phenotypic Correlations in Peach [Prunus persica (L.) Batsch] 

      Hartmann, Timothy Patrick (2013-11-20)
      Fifteen peach [Prunus persica (L.) Batsch] horticultural and fruit quality traits were evaluated for two years at Fowler, CA and one year at College Station, TX to estimate heritability and phenotypic correlations. Seedlings ...
    • Inheritance of flower, stem, leaf, and disease traits in three diploid interspecific rose populations 

      Shupert, David Andrew (Texas A&M University, 2006-10-30)
      Three F1 plants (WOB13, WOB21, and WOB26) from the hybridization of the diploid parents Rosa wichuraiana ‘Basye’s Thornless’ and ‘Old Blush’ (Rosa chinensis) were backcrossed to ‘Old Blush’ ...
    • Molecular and Genetic Analysis of Adaptive Evolution in the Rare Serpentine Endemic, Caulanthus amplexicaulis var. barbarae (J. Howell) Munz 

      Burrell, Anna Mildred (2011-10-21)
      In the interest of understanding the genetic basis of adaption to environment, we developed F2 lines from an F1 interspecific cross between the rare serpentine endemic, Caulanthus amplexicaulis var. barbarae and the ...
    • Nectarine tree named 'Smooth Delight One' 

      Byrne, David H.; Anderson, Natalie (United States. Patent and Trademark OfficeTexas A&M University. Libraries, 2017-06-06)
      Disclosed is a new variety of Prunus persica named 'Smooth Delight One'. This new variety, which requires 350-400 chilling units of dormancy, is considered to be a nectarine tree of early season maturity, ripens in early ...
    • Nectarine tree named 'Smooth Delight Three' 

      Byrne, David H.; Anderson, Natalie (United States. Patent and Trademark OfficeUnited States. Patent and Trademark OfficeTexas A&M University. Libraries, 2019-01-22)
      Disclosed is a new variety of Prunus persica named 'SMOOTH DELIGHT THREE'. This new variety, which requires approximately 500 chilling units of dormancy, is considered to be a nectarine tree of early season maturity, which ...
    • Nectarine tree named 'Smooth Delight Two' 

      Byrne, David H.; Anderson, Natalie (United States. Patent and Trademark OfficeTexas A&M University. Libraries, 2017-09-26)
      Disclosed is a new variety of Prunus persica named 'Smooth Delight Two'. This new variety, which requires 350-400 chilling units of dormancy, is a nectarine tree of early season maturity, which ripens in early to mid-May ...
    • Nectarine tree named 'SMOOTH TEXAN ONE' 

      Byrne, David H.; Anderson, Natalie (United States. Patent and Trademark OfficeTexas A&M University. Libraries, 2017-07-11)
      Disclosed is a new variety of Prunus persica named 'SMOOTH TEXAN ONE'. This new variety, which requires approximately 600 chilling units of dormancy, is considered to be a nectarine tree of early season maturity, ripening ...
    • Nectarine tree named 'Smooth Texan Three' 

      Byrne, David H.; Anderson, Natalie (United States. Patent and Trademark OfficeTexas A&M University. Libraries, 2017-06-06)
      Disclosed is a new variety of Prunus persica named 'SMOOTH TEXAN THREE'. This new variety, which requires approximately 650 chilling units of dormancy, is considered to be a nectarine tree of early mid-season maturity, ...
    • Nectarine tree named 'Smooth Texan Two' 

      Byrne, David H.; Anderson, Natalie (United States. Patent and Trademark OfficeTexas A&M University. Libraries, 2017-09-05)
      Disclosed is a new variety of Prunus persica named 'Smooth Texan Two'. This new variety, which requires approximately 600 chilling units of dormancy, is considered to be a nectarine tree of early season maturity, which ...
    • Nectarine tree named 'Smooth Zest One' 

      Byrne, David H.; Anderson, Natalie (United States. Patent and Trademark OfficeTexas A&M University. Libraries, 2017-07-18)
      Disclosed is a new nectarine variety of Prunus persica named 'SMOOTH ZEST ONE'. This new variety, which requires 200-250 chilling units of dormancy, is considered to be a nectarine tree of early season maturity, which ...
    • Nectarine tree named 'Smooth Zest Two' 

      Byrne, David H.; Anderson, Natalie (United States. Patent and Trademark OfficeTexas A&M University. Libraries, 2017-09-26)
      Disclosed is a new variety of Prunus persica named 'Smooth Zest Two'. This new variety, which requires 200 to 250 chilling units of dormancy, is considered to be a nectarine tree of early season maturity, which ripens in ...