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Quantitative alleles can result from point mutations in the gene sequence, giving a less efficient product and a subtle difference in phenotype (Pflieger et al. 2001). This theory has been supported in studies of Arabidopsis (Koornneef et al. 1998), maize (Beavis et al. 1991), and Drosophila (Mackay 2004). Recent examination of allelic variation in the Melting flesh gene has uncovered evidence that this phenomenon may also occur for softening rate in peach and nectarine (C. ). Another revelation from probing the genetic basis of Melting flesh was that for some cultivars, another functional endoPG gene resides on the same locus, less than 50 kbp upstream of the Melting flesh gene.
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3 Mealiness in Peach and Nectarine Mealiness is another texture-related trait that is of major concern to the peach and nectarine industry, due to its broad dislike by consumers. A large proportion of world cultivars of fresh market peach and nectarine produce fruit that often become mealy (dry and soft with a grainy mouth-feel) after cold storage of a few weeks. Such fruit have the outward appearance of good quality, and are often sold to unaware, and ultimately unsatisfied, consumers (Crisosto et al.
Description des plantes rares cultivées à Malmaison et à Navarre by Aimé Bonpland