The Cornelian Cherry (Cornus Mas l.): Collection, Preservation, and Utilization of Genetic Resources. Klimenko, S. Journal of Fruit and Ornamental Plant Research, 12:93–98, 2004.
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The Cornelian cherry has only recently captured the attention of fruit breeders. Systematic collection, selection and breeding programs have recently been established in the Ukraine, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Austria, Yugoslavia, France, Germany, Poland and Turkey. In Ukraine, the main collection of Cornelian cherry genotypes is located at the Hryshko National Botanical Gardens in Kiev, operated by the Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences. The collection contains fourteen officially registered cultivars as well as numerous hybrids developed during the course of the breeding and selection program. The genetic pool consists of over a hundred wild and cultivated genotypes from Ukraine, Bulgaria, Slovakia, the United Kingdom, Austria and Georgia. The best varieties in the collection are 'Evgenia', 'Semen', 'Koralovy Marka', 'Svetlyachok', 'Elena', 'Vydubetsky', 'Elegantny', 'Luk'anovsky', 'Exotichesky', 'Radost', 'Nikolka', 'Vavilovets', 'Vladimirsky' and 'Grenader'. The collection of Cornelian cherry genotypes at the Hryshko National Botanical Gardens in Kiev represents a wealth of biological and economic potential, as well as a rich source of material for further breeding and selection.
@article{klimenkoCornelianCherryCornus2004,
  title = {The Cornelian Cherry ({{Cornus}} Mas l.): Collection, Preservation, and Utilization of Genetic Resources},
  author = {Klimenko, Svitlana},
  year = {2004},
  volume = {12},
  pages = {93--98},
  abstract = {The Cornelian cherry has only recently captured the attention of fruit breeders. Systematic collection, selection and breeding programs have recently been established in the Ukraine, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Austria, Yugoslavia, France, Germany, Poland and Turkey. In Ukraine, the main collection of Cornelian cherry genotypes is located at the Hryshko National Botanical Gardens in Kiev, operated by the Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences. The collection contains fourteen officially registered cultivars as well as numerous hybrids developed during the course of the breeding and selection program. The genetic pool consists of over a hundred wild and cultivated genotypes from Ukraine, Bulgaria, Slovakia, the United Kingdom, Austria and Georgia. The best varieties in the collection are 'Evgenia', 'Semen', 'Koralovy Marka', 'Svetlyachok', 'Elena', 'Vydubetsky', 'Elegantny', 'Luk'anovsky', 'Exotichesky', 'Radost', 'Nikolka', 'Vavilovets', 'Vladimirsky' and 'Grenader'. The collection of Cornelian cherry genotypes at the Hryshko National Botanical Gardens in Kiev represents a wealth of biological and economic potential, as well as a rich source of material for further breeding and selection.},
  journal = {Journal of Fruit and Ornamental Plant Research},
  keywords = {*imported-from-citeulike-INRMM,~INRMM-MiD:c-13555513,cornus-mas,forest-resources,genetic-conservation,genetic-resources},
  lccn = {INRMM-MiD:c-13555513}
}
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