Potato is the most significant non-cereal crop. Much attention has been paid to this commercially important crop. The aim of this volume is to capture the recent advances made in improving potatoes using traditional breeding methods as well as genetic engineering technology. The book provides a critical appraisal of the state-of-the-art finding on this crop.
Table of Contents
History, Origin and Early Cultivation of Tomato (Solanaceae): Iris E. Peralta and David M. Spooner; Genetic Resources of Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill) and Wild Relatives: Larry D. Robertson and Joanne A. Labate; Cytogenetics and Evolution: Roger T. Chetelat and Yuanfu Ji; Expression of Heterosis by Hybridization: Bistra Atanassova and Hristo Georgiev; Traditional and Enhanced Breeding for Quality Traits in Tomato: Mathilde Causse et al; Genetic Enhancement of Tomato Fruit Nutritive Value: John R. Stommel; Molecular Markers in Selection of Tomato Germplasm: Mikel R. Stevens and Matthew D. Robbins; Molecular Genetics of Drought Resistance Response in Tomato and Related Species: Mary A. O?Connell et al; Applications of Genetic Engineering in Tomato: M.V. Rajam et al; Hormonal Control of Fruit Maturation: A. K. Handa et al; Genetic Control of Fruit Ripening: Elizabeth Fox and Jim Giovannoni; Genetic and Breeding for Resistance to Bacterial Diseases in Tomato: Prospects for Marker Assisted Select
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