First International Symposium on Tropical Tomato Diseases

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ASHS Press, 1997 - Technology & Engineering - 190 pages
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International Conference on the Processing Tomato: Overview of the world processing tomato agro-industry; Environmental issues; Integrated pest control; Production, processing, & marketing; Biotechnology & plant breeding. International Symposium on Trpopical Tomato Diseases: The role of an International Scientific Society in the Transfer of Technologies for Processing Tomatoes; Tomato improvement for bacterial disease resistance for the tropics: a contemporary basis and future prospects; Advances in the identification and management of tospoviruses affecting tomato; Breeding strategies for disease resistance in tomatoes with emphasis on the tropics: current status and research challenges; Tomato breeding for disease resistance in humid conditions. Whitefly-transmitted geminivirus of tomato and phylogenetic relationships predicted from virus coat protein gene sequences; Past, present, and future prospects for using germplasm resources for tomato improvement; Breeding tomatoes (Lycorpersicon esculentum Mill.) for resistance to whitefly-transmitted geminiviruses; Geminiviruses in plurilocular tomato cultivars grown under plastic greenhouse conditions in Uberlandia, Minas Gerais, Brazil; Screening processing tomato progenies for resistance to Ralstonia solanacearum; Studies on tomato bacterial diseases in Pernambuco, Brazil; Genetic control of resistance in tomato tospovirus and selection of tomato progenies resistant to a tospovirus isolate; Methodology for screening tomato for Fusarium Wilt, Verticillium Wilt,(...).

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Contents

Overview of the World Processing Tomato Agroindustry
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Economic Performance Trade and Competitive Postion in the North American Tomato Processing Industry
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The Processing Tomato Industry in Asia and Australasia
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