Biological and Commercial Characteristics of Cornelian Cherry (Cornus Mas L.) Population in the Gemer Region of Slovakia. Brindza, P.; Brindza, J.; Tóth, D.; Klimenko, S. V.; and Grigorieva, O. 818:85–94.
Biological and Commercial Characteristics of Cornelian Cherry (Cornus Mas L.) Population in the Gemer Region of Slovakia [link]Paper  abstract   bibtex   
To determine the economical value of widely distributed cornelian cherry populations in the Gemer region 260 selected genotypes were experimentally evaluated. In all evaluated traits of genotypes on the level of tree habitat, leaves, fruits and stones significant differences were defined. In the experimental pool the following was assigned: fruit weight in the range 0.5-3.4 g, fruit length 12.0-19.5 mm, fruit width 7.4-15.2 mm, stone length 9.5-15.9 mm, stone width 4.5-8.9 mm, contents of vitamin C 16.4-38.5 mg/100 g, total sugars 6.5-15.1\,%, fructose 33.1-43.1\,%, glucose 53.6-63.1\,%, organic acids 4.6-7.4\,%, pH 2.7-3.2, proteins in flesh 3.4-5.0 g/kg, lipids in the stone 4.6\,%, lipids in the flesh 0.3\,%, linoleic acid from the volume of lipids in the stone 67.3\,% and in the flesh 36.54\,%. Based on the results that prove significant differences among genotypes the possibility of their selection for breeding purposes is proposed. On the majority of plants there were no significant pests and diseases detected. Some plants were afflicted by powdery mildew caused by Phyllactinia corni and Phyllactinia guttata.
@article{brindzaBiologicalCommercialCharacteristics2009,
  title = {Biological and Commercial Characteristics of Cornelian Cherry ({{Cornus}} Mas {{L}}.) Population in the Gemer Region of {{Slovakia}}},
  author = {Brindza, P. and Brindza, J. and Tóth, D. and Klimenko, S. V. and Grigorieva, O.},
  date = {2009},
  journaltitle = {Acta Horticulturae},
  volume = {818},
  pages = {85--94},
  url = {http://www.actahort.org/books/818/818_11.htm},
  abstract = {To determine the economical value of widely distributed cornelian cherry populations in the Gemer region 260 selected genotypes were experimentally evaluated. In all evaluated traits of genotypes on the level of tree habitat, leaves, fruits and stones significant differences were defined. In the experimental pool the following was assigned: fruit weight in the range 0.5-3.4 g, fruit length 12.0-19.5 mm, fruit width 7.4-15.2 mm, stone length 9.5-15.9 mm, stone width 4.5-8.9 mm, contents of vitamin C 16.4-38.5 mg/100 g, total sugars 6.5-15.1\,\%, fructose 33.1-43.1\,\%, glucose 53.6-63.1\,\%, organic acids 4.6-7.4\,\%, pH 2.7-3.2, proteins in flesh 3.4-5.0 g/kg, lipids in the stone 4.6\,\%, lipids in the flesh 0.3\,\%, linoleic acid from the volume of lipids in the stone 67.3\,\% and in the flesh 36.54\,\%. Based on the results that prove significant differences among genotypes the possibility of their selection for breeding purposes is proposed. On the majority of plants there were no significant pests and diseases detected. Some plants were afflicted by powdery mildew caused by Phyllactinia corni and Phyllactinia guttata.},
  keywords = {*imported-from-citeulike-INRMM,~INRMM-MiD:c-13553756,cornus-mas,secondary-production,slovakia}
}
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