Improving the quantity of ‘Malase Saveh’ pomegranate fruit using gamma irradiation

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عنوان دوره: اولین دوره بین المللی و بیست و هشتمین دوره ملی (1400)
Pomegranate (Punica granatum L.) is a fruit that has become very popular in many countries around the world due to its health benefits. Improving the quality of these fruits and maintaining the yield at optimal levels makes their market competitive. Gamma irradiation is one of the physical mutants that is widely used to plant breeding. In the present study, the effects of optimal dose of 36 Gy gamma irradiation on the quantity of pomegranate fruit c.v. ‘Malase Saveh’ were investigated. The number of 11 mutant clones were selected at m1V5 based on their survival in winter and disease resistance. Results showed that the application of gamma irradiation on pomegranate cuttings caused a variety in the number and weight of ripe and unripe fruits of pomegranate of m1V5 trees. Mutant clones 14, 16, 8 had more ripe fruit weight and less unripe fruit weight than the control.
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