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Title: The ‘Evergrowing’ genotype of Corylus avellana is expressed in the offspring of ‘Tonda Gentile Romana’, ‘Nocchione’ and ‘Tonda di Giffoni’
Authors: Catarcione, Giulio
Vittori, Doriano
Ciaffi, Mario
Rugini, Eddo
De Pace, Ciro
Keywords: Hazelnut;Bud dormancy;Plant breeding;Full sib progeny;Chilling units
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: ISHS
Source: Catarcione, G. et al. 2009. The ‘Evergrowing’ genotype of Corylus avellana is expressed in the offspring of ‘Tonda Gentile Romana’, ‘Nocchione’ and ‘Tonda di Giffoni’. "Acta Horticulturae" 845: 195-200.
Abstract: 
The hazelnut (Corylus avellana L.) ‘evergrowing’ phenotype (EVG) fails both to cease growth and to enter dormancy under the dormancy-inducing (i.e., short days) conditions suitable for the wild type. The EVG phenotype is expressed by the homozygous genotype for the recessive allele EVG-d.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2067/1727
ISBN: 978-90-66057-12-8
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