Acta Scientific Nutritional Health (ASNH)(ISSN: 2582-1423)

Research Article Volume 5 Issue 2

Seedlessness in Hybrid Fruits is a Low-input Resource for Canning Industry 2003-2016

Satya SS Narina1*, Kim Cheyyar2, Reza Refie2, Ravi Sankar C3, Hanumantha Rao GV4 and Christopher J Catanzaro5

114672 Grandforest terrace, Colonial Heights, USA
2Agricultural Research Station, VSU, Petersburg, USA
3Department of Horticulture, ANGRAU, Bapatla, Andhra Pradesh, India
4Department of Plant Physiology, ANGRAU, Bapatla, Andhra Pradesh, India
5Department of Agriculture and Human Ecology, VSU, Petersburg, USA

*Corresponding Author: Satya SS Narina, 14672 Grandforest terrace, Colonial Heights, USA.

Received: November 11, 2020; Published: January 16, 2021

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Abstract

So many dual-purpose tropical fruit crops, with both vegetable and fruit use, were unexplored until today to study in-depth about the physiological control of their genomes. These studies would be useful for modern fruit breeding programs aiming 1) seedless hybrid fruits for canning, pulp and food industry 2) dwarf hybrid fruit trees and 3) for improving organic quality of fruit production with pesticide free as well with disease and pest resistance. The mechanism, techniques and various kinds of male-sterility (ms) and their major role in seedless fruit production while connecting ms to the concepts of self-incompatibility, parthenocarpy and polyembryony were reviewed. The physiological parameters contributing ms, responses and success of ms in different fruit crop's F1 production with seedlessness in their fruits, markers identified for ms and or seedlessness were explained along with manipulating nuclear-mitochondrial gene controlled biochemical pathways at the tissue and cellular level during their flower-bud and fruit development. The routes for possible success in producing hybrid seedless fruits and benefits in the improvement of available unexplored nutritious fruits of tropical origin were detailed in this chapter.

Keywords: Mutation; Parthenocarpy; Perennial Fruit Crops; Morphological and Molecular MarkersGlobal consumption of shrimp

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Citation: Satya SS Narina., et al. “Seedlessness in Hybrid Fruits is a Low-input Resource for Canning Industry".Acta Scientific Nutritional Health 5.2 (2021): 30-57.




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