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Non-pollinating wasps distort the sex ratio of pollinating fig wasps
(Blackwell PublishingOxfordInglaterra, 2005)
FIG CLONES SELECTION OF cv. ROXO DE VALINHOS OBTAINED BY IRRADIATED BUDS
(SOC BRASILEIRA FRUTICULTURAJABOTICABAL SP, 2012)
The fig tree (Ficus carica L.) is a fruit tree of great world importance and, therefore, the genetic improvement becomes an important field of research for the crop improvement, being necessary to gather information on ...
Advances in propagation of Ficus carica L.Avanços na propagação da Figueira
Fig tree (Ficus carica L.) stands out due to its range of cultivation and easy adaptation to diverse edaphoclimatic conditions. In addition to its adaptability, fruits have nutraceutical characteristics and are used in ...
Evaluation of figs mutant selections cv. roxo-de-Valinhos
(Soc Brasileira Fruticultura, 2009-09-01)
The fig (Ficus carica L.), belonging to the Moraceas family, is one of the most important fruit crops, bringing Brazil to the condition of the tenth largest fig producer and exporter in the world. But the culture presents ...
Sperm morphology: A novel way to associate female-males of highly sexual dimorphic fig wasp species
(INT SCIENCE SERVICES/BALABAN PUBLISHERSIsrael, 2008)
Genetic characterization of fig tree mutants with molecular markers
The fig (Ficus carica L.) is a fruit tree of great world importance and, therefore, the genetic improvement becomes an important field of research for better crops, being necessary to gather information on this species, ...
Initial growth and physiological indexes of Fig accessions in active germoplasm bank
(Soc Brasileira Fruticultura, 2019-01-01)
Fruit growing has become an important alternative economic strategy for the social reproduction of small rural producers. Fig (Ficus carica L.) is a fruit of great world importance, and can be used as a new source of ...
The unknown followers: Discovery of a new species of SycobiaWalker (Hymenoptera: Epichrysomallinae) associated with Ficus benjamina L. (Moraceae) in the Neotropical region
Biotic invasion in mutualistic communities is of particular interest due to the possible establishment of new relationships with native species. Ficus species are widely cultivated as ornamental plants, and they host ...