By Pinchas Spiegel-Roy; Eliezer E Goldschmidt
This e-book presents a concise and accomplished dialogue of all significant developmental, genetic and horticultural features of citriculture in an simply readable textual content. It covers the background, distribution and climatic version of the crop, by means of taxonomy and systematics, together with a horticultural class of suitable for eating citrus species. next chapters hide tree constitution and serve as, reproductive body structure, together with flowering, fruiting, productiveness, ripening, postharvest and fruit elements. This priceless reference for execs and complicated scholars additionally covers the most points of cultivated citrus, comparable to rootstocks, irrigation, pests, viruses and ailments, in addition to genetic development, together with using tissue tradition and plant biotechnology. comprises many unique illustrations especially produced for the e-book
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From China, which is still potentially rich in Citrus resources, C. daoxiamensis and C. , 1990). Barrett and Rhodes (1976) postulate relationships indicating a probable origin of cultivated Citrus, and in a few cases, between Citrus and related genera. 8. Citrus biotype interrelationships have been recently reviewed by Scora (1988). — C. sinensis / %% C. reticulata C. medica C. grandis '' X% C. limon C. 8 Affinity relationships between some Citrus species and relatives, according to the Swingle classification (1943) and Barrett and Rhodes (1976) 36 CITRUS AND ITS RELATIVES Both sweet orange and sour orange (as well as the Temple cultivar) are considered by Barrett and Rhodes (1976) to be of C.
C. indica Tan. 1924 Tachibana Indian wild orange Japan India Subgenus Papeda C. C. C. macroptera Mont. E. E. Asia 4 4 C. celebica Koord. C. ichangensis Swing. C. micrantha Webster C. latipes 1898 ^ 3 1915 1928 Mauritius papeda Melanesian papeda Celebes papeda Ichang papeda Papeda Khasi papeda Celebes China Philippines Assam 4 4 Species ; 2 3 4 C. grandis) Hybrid origin (C. reticulata X C. grandis) True species Hybrid origin (trihybrid involving C. medica, C. grandis and Microcitrus) True species Hybrid origin (trihybrid parentage similar to lemon) Hybrid origin (C.
The botany of Citrus and its wild relatives of orange subfamily (family Rutaceae, subfamily Aurantioideae). In The Citrus Industry, Vol. I, ed. H. J. Webber and L. D. Batchelor, pp. 128-474. Berkeley: Division of Agricultural Sciences, University of California. Swingle, W. T. and Reece, P. C. (1967). The botany of Citrus and its wild relatives. In The Citrus Industry I, ed. W. Reuther, H. J. Webber and L. D. Batchelor, pp. 190-430. Berkeley: Division of Agricultural Sciences, University of California.
Biology of citrus by Pinchas Spiegel-Roy; Eliezer E Goldschmidt