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Delgado-Paredes, G.E., Rojas-Idrogo, C., Sencie-Tarazona, A. and Vásquez-Núnez, L. (2014) Characterization of Fruits and Seeds of Some Cucurbitaceae in Northern Peru. Revista Fitotecnia Mexicana, 37, 7-20.

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  • TITLE: Genetic Variability of Pumpkin Landraces in Brazilian Amazon

    AUTHORS: Lúcia Helena Pinheiro Martins, Hiroshi Noda, Maria Teresa Gomes Lopes, Maria Silvesnizia Paiva Mendonça, Ayrton Luiz Urizzi Martins

    KEYWORDS: Amazon Agriculture, Crop Genetic Variability, Cucurbita maxima Duchesne, Genetic Resource, Local Cultivars

    JOURNAL NAME: Agricultural Sciences, Vol.7 No.12, December 15, 2016

    ABSTRACT: The family farm of the Upper Solim?es region has maintained the great genetic variability of the pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima Duchesne) by the in situ conservation of the landraces which are widely used as human food. The aim of this study was to estimate the current level of genetic variability of pumpkin landraces by means of estimation techniques of genetic parameters. Landraces areas samples were the family farming production units located in floodplains ecosystems of Benjamin Constant (Upper Solim?es River) and Iranduba (Lower Solim?es River), Amazonas. The split-plot designs were adopted at the treatments where the main plots were the five pumpkin landraces and one commercial cultivar. Each landrace was obtained six half sib families distributed in the sub-plots. Among the results of this study, it can be concluded that the genetic variation within the each landrace is greater than the genetic variation among the landraces. The qualitative morphological characteristics bring together half-sib families collected in geographically distant locations. It can be concluded that, through the estimation of genetic parameters, there is genetic variability among local cultivars collected in family farming of Benjamin Constant and Iranduba, Amazonas.