[Incompatibilidad de injertos en plantas: Cambios metabolicos durante la formacion y establecimiento de la union portainjerto/esqueje con enfasis en especies de Prunus]

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Autor:Gainza, Felipe; Opazo, Ismael; Muñoz, Carlos

Serie Documental: Chilean Journal of Agricultural Research

Commercial fruit trees are usually formed by the combination of a rootstock and a scion to broaden the adaptability of scion cultivars to soil and climatic conditions, facilitate agricultural management, and/or increase productivity. In the different cultivated species of the genus Prunus, rootstocks having a wide range of uses are scarce, because of rootstock/scion graft incompatibilities that prevent the establishment of a strong and lasting functional union. Graft incompatibility is a problem in cherry, almond, and apricot than in peach or plum. In general, closely related cultivars and species tend to be compatible, but taxonomically distant plants often manifest incompatibility. This review will focus on the knowledge currently available on the metabolic response during the formation and establishment of the stock/scion graft union in order to help the effort for identify future metabolic markers to be used in breeding programs. The physiological, metabolic and molecular mechanisms that cause incompatibility remain unclear and several hypotheses have been proposed to explain it, mostly based on herbaceous species. Few studies are available to explain incompatibility in woody plants

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Gainza, Felipe, Opazo, Ismael y Muñoz, Carlos (2015) [Incompatibilidad de injertos en plantas: Cambios metabolicos durante la formacion y establecimiento de la union portainjerto/esqueje con enfasis en especies de Prunus] [en línea]. Chilean Journal of Agricultural Research. Disponible en: https://biblioteca.inia.cl/handle/123456789/33549 (Consultado: ).
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