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    • Agronomic performance and fruit nutritional quality of an Andean tomato collection 

      Asprelli, Pablo Diego; Sance, Maria Mirta; Insani, Ester Marina; Asís, Ramón; Valle, Estela Marta; Carrari, Fernando; Galmarini, Claudio Romulo; Peralta, Iris Edith (International Society for Horticultural Science, 2017)
      Cultivated tomato provides important nutrients to the human diet. Several fruit compounds, acting alone or in combination, could be beneficial for human health. A collection of local landraces has been recovered from Andean ...
    • Catálogo de poblaciones criollas de pimiento, tomate y zapallo colectadas en valles andinos de la Argentina 

      Peralta, Iris Edith; Makuch, Maria Argentina; Garcia Lampasona, Sandra Claudia; Occhiuto, Patricia Noemí; Asprelli, Pablo Diego; Lorello, Ines Maria; Togno, Leonardo Sebastian (Ediciones INTA, 2008)
      Las hortalizas tradicionales o “criollas” son aquellas seleccionadas y guardadas por los agricultores por generaciones. Conservarlas es fundamental porque están adaptadas a las condiciones ambientales locales y contribuyen ...
    • Characterization of Capsicum germplasm collected in Northwestern Argentina based on morphological and quality traits 

      Occhiuto, Patricia Noemí; Peralta, Iris Edith; Asprelli, Pablo Diego; Galmarini, Claudio Romulo (2014-12)
      Paprika production is concentrated in Northwestern Argentina, where around 1500 ha are annually grown. Farmers mainly from Andean valleys, maintain their local landraces or “criollas” under different environmental conditions, ...
    • Contrasting metabolic profiles of tasty Andean varieties of tomato fruit in comparison with commercial ones 

      D’Angelo, Matilde; Zanor, María Inés; Sance, María Mirta; Cortina, Pablo Ramiro; Boggio, Silvana Beatriz; Asprelli, Pablo Diego; Carrari, Fernando; Santiago, Ana N.; Asis, Ramón; Peralta, Iris Edith; Valle, Estela M. (Wiley, 2018-08)
      BACKGROUND The fruits of most commercial tomato cultivars (Solanum lycopersicum L.) are deficient in flavour. In contrast, traditional ‘criollo’ tomato varieties are appreciated for fruit of excellent organoleptic quality. ...
    • Fruit metabolic and transcriptional programs differentiate among Andean tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) accessions 

      D’Angelo, Matilde; Zanor, María Inés; Burgos, Estanislao; Asprelli, Pablo Diego; Boggio, Silvana Beatriz; Carrari, Fernando; Peralta, Iris Edith; Valle, Estela M. (Springer, 2019-09-16)
      Traditional landraces or “criollo” tomatoes (Solanum lycopersicum L.) from Andean areas of Argentina, selected for their fruit quality, were analysed in this study. We explored the metabolome and transcriptome of the ripe ...
    • Genetic analysis of a garlic (Allium sativum L.) germplasm collection from Argentina 

      Garcia Lampasona, Sandra Claudia; Asprelli, Pablo Diego; Burba, Jose Luis (Elsevier, 2012-05)
      Although garlic spreads asexually, it shows a wide diversity for physiologic, morphologic and agronomic characters, due to the accumulation of mutations. Our objective was to examine the genetic diversity of a collection ...
    • Nutritional quality of orange tomatoes for fresh consumption and processing products 

      Peralta, Iris Edith; Peppi, D, Peppi, D; Sance, Maria Mirta; Asis, Ramón; Asprelli, Pablo Diego; Galmarini, Claudio Romulo (International Society for Horticultural Science, 2017)
      In Argentina, commercial tomatoes for fresh consumption as well for processed products traditionally have red fruits. Although other fruit colors (yellow, purple) are present in the “cherry” types, orange tomatoes for ...