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- Abreu, Priscilla Patrocínio; Souza, Margarete Magalhães; Santos, Eileen Azevedo; Pires, Marcel Viana; Pires, Mônica Moura; de Almeida, Alex-Alan Furtado
- Euphytica 2009 v.166 no.3 pp. 307-315
- Passiflora; ornamental plants; plant breeding; hybrids; interspecific hybridization; plant genetic resources; floriculture; ornamental value; wild relatives; commercialization; sustainable agriculture; Brazil
- ... The Passiflora L. (Passifloraceae) genus consists of about 500 species widely distributed throughout tropical and subtropical regions, commonly known as the passion flower. The passion flowers are considered ornamental plants because of the exotic beauty of their flowers and variant foliage. Since their introduction to the Old World, around 1625, seventeenth century, they have been used to decorat ...
- Eileen Azevedo Santos; Alexandre Pio Viana; Josie Cloviane de Oliveira Freitas; Fernando Higino de Lima e Silva; Rosana Rodrigues; Marcelo Eiras
- European journal of plant pathology 2015 v.143 no.1 pp. 85-98
- Cowpea aphid-borne mosaic virus; Passiflora; antiserum; cultivars; disease control; experimental design; fruit growing; genes; genotype; heritability; hybrids; interspecific hybridization; introgression; models; objectives; parents; passion fruits; viruses; Brazil
- ... The potyvirus-induced passion fruit woodiness disease (PWD) is considered the most important limiting factor for passion fruit production in several countries. In Brazil, PWD is caused by the Cowpea aphid-borne mosaic virus (CABMV), and to date there are no reports on the existence of P. edulis genotypes resistant to this virus. Thus, resistance gene introgression from wild Passiflora species for ...