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    • A non-targeted approach unravels the volatile network in peach fruit 

      Sanchez, Gerardo; Besada, Cristina; Badenes, María Luisa; Monforte, Antonio José; Granell, Antonio (2012)
      Volatile compounds represent an important part of the plant metabolome and are of particular agronomic and biological interest due to their contribution to fruit aroma and flavor and therefore to fruit quality. By using a ...
    • An integrative 'omics' approach identifies new candidate genes to impact aroma volatiles in peach fruit 

      Sanchez, Gerardo; Venegas Calerón, Mónica; Salas, Joaquín Jesús; Monforte, Antonio José; Badenes, María Luisa; Granell, Antonio (2013-05-23)
      Background: Ever since the recent completion of the peach genome, the focus of genetic research in this area has turned to the identification of genes related to important traits, such as fruit aroma volatiles. Of the over ...
    • Quantitative trait loci affecting reproductive phenology in peach 

      Romeu Santacreu, José Francisco; Monforte Gilabert, Antonio J.; Sanchez, Gerardo; Granell Richart, Antonio; García Brunton, Jesús; Badenes, María Luisa; Ríos García, Gabino (2014-02-22)
      Background: The reproductive phenology of perennial plants in temperate climates is largely conditioned by the duration of bud dormancy, and fruit developmental processes. Bud dormancy release and bud break depends on the ...
    • The peach volatilome modularity is reflected at the genetic and environmental response levels in a QTL mapping population 

      Sanchez, Gerardo; Martinez, José; Romeu Santacreu, José Francisco; García Brunton, Jesús; Monforte Gilabert, Antonio J.; Badenes, María Luisa; Granell Richart, Antonio (2014-05-19)
      Background: The improvement of fruit aroma is currently one of the most sought-after objectives in peach breeding programs. To better characterize and assess the genetic potential for increasing aroma quality by breeding, ...