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Approved genetically modified (GM) horticultural plants: A 25-year perspective

. Approval of USDA-ARS request (04-264-01P) seeking a determination of non-regulated status for C5 plum resistant to Plum Pox Virus. Finding of no significant impact and decision notice. USDA APHIS Combined documents. . Accessed 27 March 2018. APHIS, 2007b. University of Florida. Determination of nonregulated status for plum genetically engineered for resistance to Plum pox virus. USDA APHIS Docket No. APHIS-2008-0054. Federal Register 72(134), 38556.

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Study on the Varieties Influnce of Strawberries Productivity Grown in South of Teleorman County

. [7]Isac Ilarie, Coman Mihail, Aurelian Olteanu, Gh. Voica, 2003– „Guide to post harvest straeberries” [8]Hoza Dorel, 2001 – „Strawberry, semi-shrub and shrubs”, Editura Elisavaros, Bucharest. [9]Mihaescu Grigore, 1998 – „Strawberry”, Ceres Publisher, Bucharest. [10]Nicolae Cepoiu, Constantin Manolache, Sorin Tepordei, 2006–„Methods for cultivation of strawberries”, Ceres Publisher, Bucharest [11]Vieru R., Hedesan Gh., Panait Elisabeta, 1971– „Reviews on freezing behavior of strawberry cultivars” – Annales – Research and Design Institute for

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Genetic Diversity of an Australian Santalum album Collection – Implications For Tree Improvement Potential

biogeography of the sandalwoods (Santalum, Santalaceae): Repeated dispersals throughout the Pacific: Am. J. Bot. 64: 1028-1040. HEWSON, H. J. and A. S. GEORGE (1984): Santalum in Flora of Australia. Edited by Vol. 22 Australian Government Publishing Service Canberra. JONES, C. G., E. L. GHISALBERTI, J. A. PLUMMER and E. L. BARBOUR (2006): Quantitative co-occurrence of sesquiterpenes; a tool for elucidating their biosynthesis in Indian sandalwood, Santalum album: Phytochemistry 67: 2463-2468. MCDONALD, W. M., M. RAWLINGS, P. A

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