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Characterization of Phenotypic Diversity of Feijoa Fruits of Germplasm Accessions in Brazil

Characterization of Phenotypic Diversity of Feijoa Fruits of Germplasm Accessions in Brazil AbbreviationsANOVAanalysis of varianceBAGactive germplasm bankCENAFCentro Nacional de la FeijoaCVcoefficient of variationEPAGRISanta Catarina State Agricultural Research and Rural Extension AgencyGLMGeneralized Linear ModelLFDGVDevelopmental Physiology and Plant Genetics LaboratoryMAPAMinistério da Agricultura, Pecuária e AbastecimentoNaOHsodium hydroxidePCAprincipal component analysisSSCsoluble solids contentTAtitratable acidityUFSCFederal University of Santa CatarinaUPGMAUnweighted Pair Grouped Method AverageDue to significant immigration since 1500, agricultural production and food in Brazil are mainly based on non‐native genetic resources. Of the 15 main agricultural products in Brazil, only cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) is native to the country. However, for fruits this scenario has been more competitive than other species because pineapple [Ananas comosus (L.) Merr.] and açai (Euterpe oleracea Mart.), two native species, are among the most cultivated in the country. In addition, dozens of fruit species that were previously domesticated by indigenous peoples are becoming popular.Among the native fruit species, feijoa [Acca sellowiana (O. Berg.) Burret] is in the family Myrtaceae and native to southern Brazil and Uruguay (Mattos, 1986), where it is popularly known as goiabeira‐serrana and guayabo del país, respectively (Donazzolo et al., 2015; Puppo et al., 2014). This species was introduced to other parts of the world, where it is known as feijoa or pineapple‐guava (André, 1898; Moretto et al., 2014), http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png "Agrosystems, Geosciences & Environment" Wiley

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AbbreviationsANOVAanalysis of varianceBAGactive germplasm bankCENAFCentro Nacional de la FeijoaCVcoefficient of variationEPAGRISanta Catarina State Agricultural Research and Rural Extension AgencyGLMGeneralized Linear ModelLFDGVDevelopmental Physiology and Plant Genetics LaboratoryMAPAMinistério da Agricultura, Pecuária e AbastecimentoNaOHsodium hydroxidePCAprincipal component analysisSSCsoluble solids contentTAtitratable acidityUFSCFederal University of Santa CatarinaUPGMAUnweighted Pair Grouped Method AverageDue to significant immigration since 1500, agricultural production and food in Brazil are mainly based on non‐native genetic resources. Of the 15 main agricultural products in Brazil, only cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) is native to the country. However, for fruits this scenario has been more competitive than other species because pineapple [Ananas comosus (L.) Merr.] and açai (Euterpe oleracea Mart.), two native species, are among the most cultivated in the country. In addition, dozens of fruit species that were previously domesticated by indigenous peoples are becoming popular.Among the native fruit species, feijoa [Acca sellowiana (O. Berg.) Burret] is in the family Myrtaceae and native to southern Brazil and Uruguay (Mattos, 1986), where it is popularly known as goiabeira‐serrana and guayabo del país, respectively (Donazzolo et al., 2015; Puppo et al., 2014). This species was introduced to other parts of the world, where it is known as feijoa or pineapple‐guava (André, 1898; Moretto et al., 2014),

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"Agrosystems, Geosciences & Environment"Wiley

Published: Jan 1, 2019

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