Assessment of some mango species by fruit characters and fingerprint

Saleh, M.A. and Zaied, N.S. and Fouad, A.A. and Nagiub, M.M. and Khalil, F.H. (2009) Assessment of some mango species by fruit characters and fingerprint. Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, 3 (3). pp. 1920-1924.

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Six local mango accessions; Zebda, Zaghloul, Gemela, Ganofia, El-Madam and El- Kobbaneia were collected from private farm in Sharkia Governorate. Physical and chemical characteristics of fruits study besides of molecular characterization (as total proteins). The data showed that El-Kobbaneia fruit had the biggest fruit also El-Madam produced the smallest one. The lowest fiber percentage was clear in Ganofia fruit followed by Zebda fruit as compared with all mango fruits under study. The highest fruit Juice percentage was shown in El-Kobbaneia fruit, while Ganofia fruit had the lowest one. Also, the lowest titrable acidity was clear in Ganofia fruit, but the highest one was detected in Zebda fruit. Meanwhile, the highest total sugar was clear in Gemela fruit. However, El-Madam fruit had the lowest VC. The highest total number of variable bands (seven) was existed in Zebda species while the lowest number was presented in Ganofia species (2 bands). The percentage of polymorphism in all mango species ranged between 16.7% in both EL-Kobbaneia and Gemela species to 29.2 % in Zebda species.

Item Type: Article
Author Affiliation: Pomology Dept., National Research Center,Dokki,Giza, Egypt
Subjects: Plant Production
Divisions: Other Crops
Depositing User: Sandhya Gir
Date Deposited: 21 Mar 2011 20:35
Last Modified: 21 Mar 2011 20:35

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