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Emperor Francis cherry

The Emperor Francis cherry was the source of the first cherry genetic map

The Emperor Francis cherry is a sweet cherry cultivar (Prunus avium) that produces a bright red fruit which is resistant to cracking.[1] In 1996, it was the source of the first cherry genetic map, which was created from a haploid-microspore derived population from the Emperor Francis cultivar.[2] It is also one of the sources of the Newfane sweet cherry, which was created by crossing the Emperor Francis with the Stella cherry.[3]

References

  1. ^ “The Michigan Gardening Guide” by Jerry Minnich, Google Books
  2. ^ “Temperate Fruit Crop Breeding” by James F. Hancock, Google Books
  3. ^ “Newfane’ Sweet Cherry Tree Prunus Avium,” Free Patents Online

External links

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