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  • 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.

  • Waltert, M.; Mardiastuti, A.; Muhlenberg, M. Effects of land use on bird species richness in Sulawesi, Indonesia. Conservation Biology Vol. 18, issue 5, p.1339-1346, 2004.

  • Faleiro, F.G.; Pires, J.L.; Monteiro, W.L.; Lopes, U.V.; Yamada, M.M.; Piedra, A.G.; Moura, A.D.; Arévalo-Gardini, E.; Marques, J.R.B.; Gramacho, K.P.; Gelape Faleiro, A.S Santos, M.C.M.Variability in cacao accessions from the Brazilian, Ecuadorian, and Peruvian Amazons based on molecular markers. (Brazilian Soc. Plant Breeding) Crop Breeding and Applied Biotechnology Vol. 4, p. 2276-233, 2004.

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