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Carbon allocation during fruiting in Rubus chamaemorus

Morphological and molecular identification to secure cultivar maintenance and management of self-sterile Rubus arcticus

cDNA cloning and expression of polygalacturonaseinhibiting proteins (PGIPs) from red raspberry (Rubus idaeus)

Co-ordinated gene expression during phases of dormancy release in raspberry (Rubus idaeus L.) buds

Architecture, cover and light interception by bramble (Rubus fruticosus): a common understorey weed in temperate forests

Can overstorey retention be used to control bramble (Rubus fruticosus L. agg.) during regeneration of forests?

Cellulase, Fruit Softening and Abscission in Red Raspberry Rubus idaeus L. cv Glen Clova

Developmental Patterns of the Invasive Bramble (Rubus alceifolius Poiret, Rosaceae) in Réunion Island: an Architectural and Morphometric Analysis

Rapid Identification of Flavonoid Constituents Directly from PTP1B Inhibitive Extract of Raspberry (Rubus idaeus L.) Leaves by HPLC–ESI–QTOF–MS-MS

Does the development of bramble (Rubus fruticosus L. agg.) facilitate the growth and establishment of tree seedlings in woodlands by reducing deer browsing damage?

Triclopyr applied in the winter dormant season can give effective control of bramble (Rubus fruticosus L. agg.) without damaging young tree seedlings or other non-target vegetation

Structural characterization by 13C-NMR spectroscopy of products synthesized in vitro by polysaccharide synthases using 13C-enriched glycosyl donors: application to a UDP-glucose:(1→3)-β-d-glucan synthase from blackberry (Rubus fruticosus)


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(blackberry, raspberry; family Rosaceae)

A genus, mostly of shrubs but including a few low herbs, often with compound leaves of 3–7 leaflets, and usually with prickly stems. Normally there are 5 sepals and petals, and many stamens and carpels. The carpels sit on a conical receptacle and ripen to form a cluster of 1-seeded drupelets, aggregated into a compound, fleshy fruit. Many species and hybrids are cultivated for their edible fruits. The genus contains very many species, many of which are critical taxa, often of hybrid origin and frequently apomicts. There are about 250 species, centred in the northern temperate zone, but cosmopolitan.

Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry.

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