By Haim D Rabinowitch, Lesley Currah
The Alliums are essentially the most historic cultivated plants and contain onions, garlic, leeks and different similar vegetation. the first goal of this publication is to compile, in one quantity, updated wisdom bought through various medical disciplines, from the fundamental molecular point, to software within the box, of the allium crops.It includes commissioned chapters on issues that experience proven significant advances really within the final ten years akin to molecular biology, floriculture and agronomy. members contain prime international experts from Europe, america, Japan and New Zealand.
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Karataviense (De Hertogh and Zimmer, 1993). g. bulb onion (Heath and Mathur, 1944; Ito, 1956; Shishido and Saito, 1976; Brewster, 1985; Rabinowitch, 1990a) and Japanese bunching onion (Inden and Asahira, 1990). Both factors control the amount of accumulated reserves necessary for successful blooming. It has been suggested, however, that the ability to flower depends not only on the amount of available reserves but also on the size of the apical meristem (Halevy, 1990; Le Nard and De Hertogh, 1993).
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Allium Crop Science: Recent Advances by Haim D Rabinowitch, Lesley Currah