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- Badii Gaaliche; Mouna Aїachi-Mezghani; Mehdi Trad; Evelyne Costes; Pierre-Eric Lauri; Messaoud Mars
- International journal of fruit science 2016 v.16 no.4 pp. 378-394
- Ficus carica; branches; branching; community programs; cultivars; figs; genetic improvement; phenotypic variation; plant architecture; shoots; trees; Tunisia
- ... Tree architecture describes plant form by defining the spatial organization of different structures. Shoot branching is an important step in understanding the tree architecture. Such studies are required for analyzing phenotypic diversity of plant architecture. Because such studies are rare on fig trees, the architecture diversity among nine Tunisian fig cultivars grown in Chott-Mariem (center-eas ...
- Awatef Essid; Fateh Aljane; Mohamed Hichem Neily; Ali Ferchichi; José Ignacio Hormaza
- Molecular biology reports 2021 v.48 no.1 pp. 335-346
- Ficus carica; abscission; branches; cluster analysis; color; figs; firmness; fruit morphology; fruits; genetic variation; heterozygosity; loci; microsatellite repeats; molecular biology; neck; variance; Tunisia
- ... Sixteen pomological traits were employed to characterize the diversity of 30 fig accessions collected mainly from Southeastern Tunisia and maintained at CFPA ‘El Gordhab’, Tataouine, in Southeastern Tunisia. Additionally, 13 simple sequence repeat (SSR) loci were analyzed to detect the genetic diversity of the 30 fig accessions. In this study, qualitative data (fruit shape, fruit external color, f ...