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ORIGIN OF THE DOMESTICATED HUSBANDRY SPECIES AND MOLECULAR-BASES OF FRUIT FORM AND SIZE CHANGES THROUGHOUT THE DOMESTICATION, TAKING TOMATO AS AN EXAMPLE

Abstract

 The domestication of crop plants is the foundation of modern agriculture, which brings forth desirable changes in cultivated species that distinguish them from their wild relatives. This resulted in the origin of crop species at glorious geographical locations coinciding with the transition of human societies from hunter-gather to agricultural civilizations. Fruit size and shape are very important traits for the horticulture industry, as well as for studying the domestication of the horticultural species. In this review, we have summarized the origin of some widely-grown horticultural crops and also the molecular bases of the fruit size and shape changes of the horticultural crops during the domestication, taking tomato as an example.

Keywords
  • Horticultural crops; domestication; fruit size; fruit shape; tomato.
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Authors

  • DR.DANG LEW LINKIN
    Affiliation:- a:1:{s:5:"en_US";s:113:"Professor in the department of modern Agriculture science and technology in the university of Dhaka ,bangladesh. ";}
  • SCHANONCIFF ARNOLD
    Affiliation:- professor in the department of modern Agriculture technique and Development in university of Dhaka, Bangladesh.

How to Cite

LINKIN, D. L., & ARNOLD, S. . (2021). ORIGIN OF THE DOMESTICATED HUSBANDRY SPECIES AND MOLECULAR-BASES OF FRUIT FORM AND SIZE CHANGES THROUGHOUT THE DOMESTICATION, TAKING TOMATO AS AN EXAMPLE. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Studies, 4(02). Retrieved from https://ijmras.com/index.php/ijmras/article/view/77

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