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  • Haymes, K.M.; Ibrahim, I.A.; Mischke, S.; Scott, D.L.; Saunders, J.A. Rapid isolation of DNA from chocolate and date palm tree crops . J. Agric. Food Chem. Vol. 52, no. 17, Aug 25 2004 p. 5456-5462.

  • Bateman, R. The use of narrow-angle cone nozzles to spray cocoa pods and other slender biological targets . Crop Protection. 2004 Oct., vol. 23, issue 10, p. 989-999.

  • Baker, C. J., Harrington, T.C., Krauss, U., Alfenas, A.C. Genetic variability and host specialization in the Latin American clade of Ceratocystis fimbirata . Phytopathology, Vol. 93, 2003. p. 1274-1284.

  • Cervantes-Martinez, C.; Brown, J.S. A haplotype-based method for QTL mapping of F-1 populations in outbred plant species. Crop Science. Vol. 44, no. 5, Sep-Oct 2004 p. 1572-1583. Note: Currently using this scheme with cocoa (Theobroma cacao L.) crosses, using selected clones resistant to specific diseases to widen the genetic base of disease resistance. 211KB.

  • Cooper, R.M.; Williams, J.S. Elemental sulphur as an induced antifungal substance in plant defence. Journal of Experimental Botany. Vol. 55, no. 404, Aug 2004 p. 1947-1953. KeyWords: sulfate transporters; vascular pathogen; theobroma-cacao; resistance; 892KB.

  • Maximova, S., Miller, C., Antunez de Mayolo, G., Pishak, S., Young, A., Guiltinan, M.J. Stable transformation of Theobroma cacao L. and influence of matrix attachment regions on GFP expression . Plant Cell Reports Vol. 21, No. 9 June 2003. 527KB.

  • Maximova, S., Miller, C., Antunez de Mayolo, G., Pishak, S., Young, A., Guiltinan, M.J. Stable transformation of Theobroma cacao L. and influence of matrix attachment regions on GFP expression . Plant Cell Reports Vol. 21, No. 9 June 2003. 527KB.

  • Verica, J.; Maximova, S.N.; Strem, M.D. ; Carlson, J.; Bailey, B.A.; Guiltinan, M.J. Isolation of ESTs from cacao (Theobroma cacao L.) leaves treated with inducers of the defense response. Plant Cell Reports 23: 404-413, 2004.

  • Finkelman, S.; Navarro, S.; Rindner, M.; Dias, R.; Azrieli, A.Effect of low pressures on the survival of three cocoa pests at 30 degrees C. Volcani Ctr., Dept Stored Prod, Agr Res Org, POB 6, IL-50250, Bet Dagan, Israel. Journal of Stored Products Research. Vol. 40(no. 5).Pages 499-506. 2004. Three species of insects were used, all being major pests of cocoa beans in producer countries: Ephestia cautella (Walker), Plodia interpunctella (Hubner) and Tribolium castaneum (Herbst).

  • Pang, T. Y. J.Rootstock effects on cocoa in Sabah, Malaysia. Golden Hope Research Centre, PO Box 207, 427000 Banting, Selangor, Malaysia. Experimental Agriculture Vol. 40, issue 4, p.445-452.

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