All of these qualities contribute to the nutritional needs and health maintenance of humans. Breeding for fruit quality reviews the application of modern plant breeding methods to the development of improved varieties of fruits.
This book is Useful for Biotechnology Students.
Chapter 1 Genomic Selection for Fruit Quality Traits in Apple (Malus×Domestica Borkh.)
Chapter 2 Breeding Strategies for Improving the Performance and Fruit Quality of the Pepino (Solanum muricatum): A Model for the Enhancement of Underutilized Exotic Fruits
Chapter 3 Principles, Developments and Applications of Computer Vision for External Quality Inspection of Fruits and Vegetables: A Review
Chapter 4 Molecular Genetic Diversity and Differentiation of Populations of ‘Somnus’ Passion Fruit Trees (Passiflora Setacea Dc): Implications for Conservation and Pre-Breeding
Chapter 5 Physicochemical and Morphological Analysis of Ten Tomato Varieties Identifies Quality Traits More Readily Manipulated Through Breeding and Traditional Selection Methods
Chapter 6 Fruit Characteristics and Fatty Acid Composition in Advanced Olive Breeding Selections Along the Ripening Period
Chapter 7 Variation Among Highbush and Rabbiteye Cultivars of Blueberry for Fruit Quality and Phytochemical Characteristics
Chapter 8 Fruit Quality Evaluation of Plantains, Plantain Hybrids, and Cooking Bananas
Chapter 9 QTL Detection for Fruit Shelf Life and Quality Traits Across Segregating Populations of Tomato