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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Ralph Scorza

Research Horticulturist


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Evaluation of imported and domestic Prunus domestica L. germplasm and cultivars for resistance to black knot [Apisporina morbosa (Schw.)] - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (11-Oct-14)
The efficiency of RNA interference for conferring stable resistance to Plum Pox Virus - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Ravelonandro, M., Scorza, R., Hily, J., Briard, P. 2014. The efficiency of RNA interference for conferring stable resistance to Plum Pox Virus. Plant Cell Tissue And Organ Culture. DOI: 10.1007/S11240-014-0487-3.
The molecular basis for tree growth habit in Prunus persica (peach) - (Abstract Only)
Dardick, C.D., Hollender, C.A., Scorza, R., Srinivasan, C., Callahan, A.M., Zhebentyayeva, T., Ruiz, K.B., Whitaker, M., Horn, R., Abbott, A., Tworkoski, T. 2014. The molecular basis for tree growth habit in Prunus persica (peach)[abstract]. 7th International Rosaceae Genomics Conference. p. 15.
Genetic interactions underlying tree branch orientation - (Abstract Only)
Hollender, C.A., Scorza, R., Callahan, A.M., Tworkoski, T., Dardick, C.D. 2014. Genetic interactions underlying tree branch orientation [abstract]. American Society for Plant Biology. Paper No. P-12023-B.
Tree fruit breeding for the 21st Century - (Proceedings)
Scorza, R., Callahan, A.M., Dardick, C.D., Bell, R.L., Liu, Z., Srinivasan, C., Hollender, C.A., Vann, C.D., Ravelonandro, M. 2013. Tree fruit breeding for the 21st Century. Aspects of Applied Biology. 119:1-12.
Spatial and temporal assessment of pollen- and seed-mediated gene flow from genetically engineered plum Prunus domestica - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Scorza, R., Kriss, A.B., Callahan, A.M., Webb, K.K., Demuth, M.A., Gottwald, T.R. 2013. Spatial and temporal assessment of pollen- and seed-mediated gene flow from genetically engineered plum Prunus domestica. PLoS One. 8(10):75291.
Shoot growth orientation in trees is influenced by gravitropic control via a signaling pathway that includes TAC1 and LAZY1 - (Abstract Only)
Hollender, C.A., Dardick, C.D., Scorza, R. 2013. Shoot growth orientation in trees is influenced by gravitropic control via a signaling pathway that includes TAC1 and LAZY1. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology Conference. p. 45.
Protecting trees against virus diseases in the 21st century: genetic engineering of Plum pox virus resistance - from concept to product - (Review Article)
Scorza, R., Callahan, A.M., Dardick, C.D., Ravelonandro, M., Polak, J., Malinowski, T., Zagrai, I., Cambra, M., Kamenova, I. 2013. Protecting trees against virus diseases in the 21st century: genetic engineering of Plum pox virus resistance - from concept to product. Plant Cell Tissue And Organ Culture. 115:1-12.
'HoneySweet' plum - a valuable genetically engineered fruit-tree cultivar and germplasm resource - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Ravelonandro, M., Scorza, R., Polak, J., Callahan, A.M., Krska, B., Kundu, J., Briard, P. 2013. 'HoneySweet' plum - a valuable genetically engineered fruit-tree cultivar and germplasm resource. Food and Nutrition Sciences. 4:45-49.
Effects of size-controlling rootstocks on growth and yield of peach trees with upright and spreading growth habits - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Tworkoski, T., Miller, S.S., Scorza, R. 2013. Effects of size-controlling rootstocks on growth and yield of peach trees with upright and spreading growth habits. Journal of American Pomological Society. 67(2):89-94.
Biotech/GM crops in horticulture: plum cv. HoneySweet resistant to plum pox virus - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Polak, J., Kumar, J., Krska, B., Scorza, R., Ravelonandro, M. 2012. Biotech/GM crops in horticulture: plum cv. HoneySweet resistant to plum pox virus. Plant Protection Science. 48:S43-S48.
Biotechnological advances in the genetic improvement of Prunus domestica - (Proceedings)
Scorza, R., Callahan, A.M., Dardick, C.D., Srinivasan, C., Dejong, T., Abbott, A., Ravelonandro, M. 2013. Biotechnological advances in the genetic improvement of Prunus domestica. Acta Horticulture Proceedings. 985:111-117.
Stoneless plums-from Luther Burbank to the present - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Callahan, A.M., Dardick, C.D., Scorza, R. 2013. Stoneless plums-from Luther Burbank to the present. Acta Horticulturae. 985:71-75.
The present status of commercialized and developed biotech (GM) crops, results of evaluation of plum 'HoneySweet" for resistance to plum pox virus in the Czech Republic - (Abstract Only)
Polak, J., Kumar, J., Krska, B., Ravelonandro, M., Scorza, R. 2012. The present status of commercialized and developed biotech (GM) crops, results of evaluation of plum 'HoneySweet" for resistance to plum pox virus in the Czech Republic [abstract]. 22nd International Conference of Virus and Other Graft Transmissible Diseases of Fruit Crops. p. 75.
Advances in the genetic improvement of Prunus domestica utilizing genetic engineering - (Abstract Only)
Scorza, R., Callahan, A.M., Dardick, C.D., Srinivasan, C., Raines, C.D., Delong, T., Castro, S., Abbott, A., Ravelonandro, M., Cambra, M., Zagrai, I., Polak, J., Malinowski, T. 2012. Advances in the genetic improvement of Prunus domestica utilizing genetic engineering. [abstract]. Xth International Symposium Plum & Prune Genetics. Paper No. 97.
'FasTrack' - a revolutionary approach to long-generation cycle specialty crop breeding - (Abstract Only)
Scorza, R., Dardick, C.D., Callahan, A.M., Srinivasan, C., Delong, T., Harper, J., Raines, C.D., Castro, S. 2012. 'FasTrack' - a revolutionary approach to long-generation cycle specialty crop breeding. [abstract]. Xth International Symposium Plum & Prune Genetics. Paper No. 101.
Stoneless plums - from Luther Burbank to the present - (Abstract Only)
Callahan, A.M., Dardick, C.D., Scorza, R. 2012. Stoneless plums - from Luther Burbank to the present. Xth International Symposium on Plum and Prune Genetics, Breeding and Technology. p. 45.
Development of sequence-tagged site markers linked to the pillar growth type in peach (Prunus persica) - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Sajer, O., Scorza, R., Abbott, A., Horn, R., Dardick, C.D. 2012. Development of sequence-tagged site markers linked to the pillar growth type in peach (Prunus persica). Plant Breeding. 131:186-192.
Long-term effects of sod competition on peach production for standard and pillar growth types on yield and economic parameters - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Glenn, D.M., Tworkoski, T., Scorza, R., Miller, S.S. 2011. Long-term effects of sod competition on peach production for standard and pillar growth types on yield and economic parameters. HortTechnology. 21(6):720-725.
'HoneySweet' - a transgenic plum pox virus resistant plum - from laboratory and experimental field plots to regulatory approval - (Abstract Only)
Scorza, R., Callahan, A.M., Ravelonandro, M., Cambra, M., Zagrai, I., Polak, J., Malinowski, T. 2011. 'HoneySweet' - a transgenic plum pox virus resistant plum - from laboratory and experimental field plots to regulatory approval [abstract]. International Science for Horticultural Science Genetically Modified Organisms in Horticulture Symposium. p. 45.
Gene expression and hormone levels in different growth habits of peach and apple - (Proceedings)
Tworkoski, T., Webb, K.K., Callahan, A.M., Scorza, R. 2012. Gene expression and hormone levels in different growth habits of peach and apple. In: Proceedings of the Plant Growth Regulator Society of America, July 24-27, 2011, Chicago, Illinois. p. 145.
mi-siRNAs and plum pox virus resistance - (Abstract Only) - (19-Aug-11)
Pitless plum: reality or fantasy - (Other)
Callahan, A.M., Dardick, C.D., Scorza, R. 2011. Pitless plum: reality or fantasy. Chronica Horticulturae. 51:18-22.
A high throughput transformation system allows the regeneration of marker-free plum plants (Prunus domestica L.) - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Petri, C., Hily, J., Vann, C.D., Dardick, C.D., Scorza, R. 2011. A high throughput transformation system allows the regeneration of marker-free plum plants (Prunus domestica L.). Annals of Applied Biology. 159:302-315.
Adventitious shoot regeneration of pear (Pyrus communis L.) cultivars - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Bell, R.L., Scorza, R., Lomberk, D.F. 2011. Adventitious shoot regeneration of pear (Pyrus communis L.) cultivars. Plant Cell Tissue And Organ Culture. 108(2):229-236.
Highly efficient transformation protocol for plum (Prunus domestica L.) - (Book / Chapter)
Petri, C., Scorza, R., Srinivasan, C. 2012. Highly efficient transformation protocol for plum (Prunus domestica L.). In: Dunwell, J. M. and Wetten, A. C., editors. Transgenic Plants: Methods and Protocols. New York, NY:Humana Press. p. 191-200.
Generation and characterization of transgenic plum lines expressing gafp-1 with the bul409 promoter - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Kalariya, H.M., Schnabel, G., Petri, C., Scorza, R. 2011. Generation and characterization of transgenic plum lines expressing gafp-1 with the bul409 promoter. HortScience. 46:975-980.
Development and deregulation of the plum pox virus resistant transgenic plum 'HoneySweet' - (Book / Chapter) - (29-Apr-11)
Transgenic horticultural crops: challenges and opportunities - (Book / Chapter)
Mou, B., Scorza, R. 2011. Transgenetic horticultural crops: challenges and opportunities. Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group. 364 p.
Biotechnological approaches for resistance to viruses, viroids and phytoplasmas - (Book / Chapter)
Ravelonandro, M., Scorza, R., Hammond, R. 2011. Biotechnological approaches for resistance to viruses, viroids and phytoplasmas. In: Hadidi, A., Barba, M., Candresse, T., and Jelkmann, W., editors. Virus and Viruslike Diseases of Pome and Stone Fruit. Saint Paul, MN: APS Press. p. 428.
Inheritance of plum pox virus resistance in transgenic plums - (Proceedings)
Ravelonandro, M., Scorza, R., Briard, P., Lafargue, B., Renaud, R. 2011. Inheritance of plum pox virus resistance in transgenic plums. Acta Horticulturae. 899:139-144.
Overview of the investigation of transgenic plums in Romania - (Proceedings)
Zagrai, I., Ravelonandro, M., Zagrai, L., Scorza, R., Minoiu, N. 2011. Overview of the investigation of transgenic plums in Romania. Acta Horticulturae. 899:153-158.
Ectopic expression of class 1 KNOX genes induce and adventitious shoot regeneration and alter growth and development of tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L) and European plum (Prunus domestica L) - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Srinivasan, C., Liu, Z., Scorza, R. 2011. Ectopic expression of class 1 KNOX genes induce and adventitious shoot regeneration and alter growth and development of tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L) and European plum (Prunus domestica L). Plant Cell Reports. 30:655-664.
Reducing the harmful impacts of plum pox virus through the use of biotechnology - (Book / Chapter)
Kamenova, I., Scorza, R., Ravelonandro, M., Callahan, A.M., Paunovic, S., Zagrai, I., Dorokhov, D., Blume, Y. 2010. Reducing the harmful impacts of plum pox virus through the use of biotechnology. In: Golikov, A., Atanassov, A., editors. Reducing Consensus Document on Environmental Risk and Economic Assessment of Genetically Modified Crops, Case Studies: Soybean, Maize, Sugar Beet, Reducing the Harmful Impacts of Plum Pox Virus through the Use of Biotechnology. Sofia, Bulgaria: Infoprint Pleven Press. p. 127-150.
Inheritance of RNA silencing and PPV resistance in transgenic progeny of 'HoneySweet' plum - (Abstract Only)
Ravelonandro, M., Scorza, R., Briard, P., Lafargue, B., Renaud, R. 2010. Inheritance of RNA silencing and PPV resistance in transgenic progeny of 'HoneySweet' plum. International Symposium on Plum Pox Virus. p. 29.
Utilization of next generation sequencing for analyzing transgenic insertions in plum - (Abstract Only)
Callahan, A.M., Dardick, C.D., Scorza, R. 2010. Utilization of next generation sequencing for analyzing transgenic insertions in plum. HortScience. 45(8):56.
Field plot assessments demonstrate that transgenic plums expressing Plum pox virus (PPV) coat protein gene do not affect the PPV strain composition or produce PPV recombinants - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Zagrai, L., Ravelonandro, M., Gaboreanu, I., Ferencz, B., Scorza, R., Zagrai, L., Pamfil, D., Popescu, O., Kelemen, B. 2011. Field plot assessments demonstrate that transgenic plums expressing Plum pox virus (PPV) coat protein gene do not affect the PPV strain composition or produce PPV recombinants. Journal of Plant Pathology. 93(1):159-165.
Overview on the investigations of transgenic plums in Romania - (Abstract Only)
Zagrai, I., Ravelonandro, M., Zagrai, L., Scorza, R., Minoiu, N. 2010. Overview on the investigations of transgenic plums in Romania. International Symposium on Plum Pox Virus. p. 32.
A young bud's fruitful journey: The spatial and temporal expression of transcription factors controlling early fruit determination and differentiation in stone fruit - (Abstract Only)
Lalli, D., Dardick, C.D., Scorza, R., Callahan, A.M. 2010. A young bud's fruitful journey: The spatial and temporal expression of transcription factors controlling early fruit determination and differentiation in stone fruit. Plant Biology Annual Meeting. p. 4017.
Virus resistant plums through genetic engineering - from lab to market - (Abstract Only)
Scorza, R. 2010. Virus resistant plums through genetic engineering - from lab to market. Meeting Abstract.
Expression of the poplar Flowering Locus T1 (FT1) gene reduces the generation time in plum (Prunus domestica L.) - (Abstract Only)
Srinivasan, C., Callahan, A.M., Dardick, C.D., Scorza, R. 2010. Expression of the poplar Flowering Locus T1 (FT1) gene reduces the generation time in plum (Prunus domestica L.) [abstract]. International Horticultural Congress. p. 103.
Transgenic plums expressing the plum pox virus (PPV) coat protein gene do not assist the development of PPV recombinants under field conditions - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (16-Apr-10)
Transgenic plums developed and commercialized through public research - (Abstract Only)
Scorza, R. 2010. Transgenic plums developed and commercialized through public research [abstract]. American Phytopathological Society Annual Meeting.
Analysis of visual symptomatology in peach and plum inoculated with U.S. PPV isolates - (Abstract Only)
Younkins, A.A., Stone, A.L., Sherman, D.J., Schneider, W.L., Scorza, R., Damsteegt, V.D. 2010. Analysis of visual symptomatology in peach and plum inoculated with U.S. PPV isolates. Phytopathology. 100:S209.
Response of two novel peach tree growth habits to in-row spacing, training system, and pruning: effect on growth and pruning - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Miller, S.S., Scorza, R. 2010. Response of two novel peach tree growth habits to in-row spacing, training system, and pruning: effect on growth and pruning. Journal of American Pomological Society. 64(3):199-217.
Orablue plum - (Germplasm Release)
Scorza, R. 2009. Orablue plum. Germplasm Release. Docket 0003.10.
Leaf N and P in different growth habits of peach: effects of root system morphology and transpiration - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Tworkoski, T., Scorza, R., Glenn, D.M. 2009. Leaf N and P in different growth habits of peach: effects of root system morphology and transpiration. Journal of Applied Horticulture. 11(2):95-98.
Ectopic expression of Malus domestica class 1 knox genes altered growth and development of Nicotiana tabacum and Prunus domestica, and induced adventitious shoot regeneration from leaf explants without exogenous cytokinin - (Abstract Only) - (20-Aug-09)
Hairpin plum pox virus coat protein (hpPPV-CP) structure in 'HoneySweet' C5 plum provides PPV resistance when genetically engineered into plum (Prunus domestica) seedlings - (Proceedings)
Scorza, R., Georgi, L., Callahan, A.M., Petri, C., Hily, J., Dardick, C.D., Damsteegt, V.D., Ravelonandro, M. 2010. Hairpin plum pox virus coat protein (hpPPV-CP) structure in 'HoneySweet' C5 plum provides PPV resistance when genetically engineered into plum (Prunus domestica) seedlings. International Conference on Graft Transmissible Diseases of Fruit Crops.
Factors affecting adventitious regeneration from in vitro leaf explants of 'Improved French' plum, the most important dried plum cultivar in the USA Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Petri, C., Scorza, R. 2010. Factors affecting adventitious regeneration from in vitro leaf explants of 'Improved French' plum, the most important dried plum cultivar in the USA. Annals of Applied Biology. 156:79-89.
The hairpin structure of the Plum pox virus (PPV) coat protein gene in 'HoneySweet' C5 plum is responsible for PPV resistance - (Abstract Only)
Scorza, R., Georgi, L., Callahan, A.M., Petri, C., Hily, J., Dardick, C.D., Damsteegt, V.D., Ravelonandro, M. 2009. The hairpin structure of the Plum pox virus (PPV) coat protein gene in 'HoneySweet' C5 plum is responsible for PPV resistance. International Conference on Graft Transmissible Diseases of Fruit Crops. p. 39-40.
Silencing in genetically engineered Prunus domestica provides durable and safe resistance to Plum pox virus (sharka disease) - (Proceedings)
Ravelonandro, M., Scorza, R. 2010. Silencing in genetically engineered Prunus domestica provides durable and safe resistance to Plum pox virus (sharka disease). Acta Horticulturae.
Effects of peach tree root system morphology and transpiration on leaf nitrogen and phosphorus - (Proceedings)
Tworkoski, T., Scorza, R., Glenn, D.M. 2009. Effects of peach tree root system morphology and transpiration on leaf nitrogen and phosphorus. Annual Cumberland Shenandoah Fruit Workers Conference. Pg 175.
Analysis of the 'A72' peach tree growth habit and its inheritance in progeny obtained from crosses of 'A72' with columnar peach trees Reprint Icon - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Hu, D., Scorza, R. 2009. Analysis of the 'A72' peach tree growth habit and its inheritance in progeny obtained from crosses of 'A72' with columnar peach trees. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 134(2):236-243.
Characterization of 'Stoneless': A naturally occurring, partially stoneless plum cultivar - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Callahan, A.M., Scorza, R., Dardick, C.D. 2009. Characterization of 'Stoneless': A naturally occurring, partially stoneless plum cultivar. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 134:120-125.
Biotechnological approaches for resistance to viruses, viroids and phytoplasmas - (Book / Chapter) - (30-Oct-08)
Genetic engineering of plum (Prunus domestica L.) for plant improvement and genomics research in Rosaceae - (Book / Chapter)
Petri, C., Scorza, R., Dardick, C.D. 2009. Genetic engineering of plum (Prunus domestica L.) for plant improvement and genomics research in Rosaceae. In: Folta, K.M. Gardiner, S.E., editors. Genetics and Genomics of Rosaceae. New York, NY: Springer. p. 277-290.
Silencing in genetically engineered Prunus domestica provides durable and safe resistance to Plum pox virus (sharka disease) - (Abstract Only)
Ravelonandro, M., Scorza, R. 2008. Silencing in genetically engineered Prunus domestica provides durable and safe resistance to Plum pox virus (sharka disease) [abstract]. First International Symposium on Biotechnology of Fruit Species. p. 29.
The use of genetic engineering for the improvement of stone fruit virus resistance as a model case for the success and challenges of this technology in fruit tree species - (Abstract Only)
Scorza, R., Ravelonandro, M. 2008. The use of genetic engineering for the improvement of stone fruit virus resistance as a model case for the success and challenges of this technology in fruit tree species [abstract]. First International Symposium on Biotechnology of Fruit Species. p. 51.
High transformation efficiency in plum (Prunus domestica L.): a new tool for functional genomics studies in Prunus spp. - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Petri, C., Webb, K.K., Hily, J., Dardick, C.D., Scorza, R. 2008. High transformation efficiency in plum (Prunus domestica L.): a new tool for functional genomics studies in Prunus spp. Molecular Breeding. DOI 10.1007/s11032-008-9200-8.
High efficiency plum (Prunus domestica L.) transformation: a functional genomics tool for Rosaceae - (Abstract Only)
Petri, C., Webb, K.K., Dardick, C.D., Scorza, R. 2008. High efficiency plum (Prunus domestica L.) transformation: a functional genomics tool for Rosaceae. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 43:1203.
Agrobacterium-mediated genetic transformation of Prunus salicina - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Urtubia, C., Devia, J., Castro, A., Zamora, P., Aguirre, C., Tapia, E., Barba, P., Dell'Orto, P., Moynihan, M., Petri, C., Scorza, R., Prieto, H. 2008. Agrobacterium-mediated genetic transformation of Prunus salicina. Plant Cell Reports. DOI 10.1007/s00299-008-0559-0.
HoneySweet: a hope for stone-fruit growers - (Abstract Only)
Ravelonandro, M., Scorza, R. 2008. HoneySweet: a hope for stone-fruit growers. International Symposium on the Biosafety of Genetically Modified Organisms. p. 49.
Generation and characterization of transgenic plum lines expressing the Gastrodia anti-fungal protein - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Nagel, A., Schnabel, G., Petri, C., Scorza, R. 2008. Generation and characterization of transgenic plum lines expressing the Gastrodia anti-fungal protein. HortScience. 43:1514-1521.
A high-throughput transformation system in plum (Prunus domestica L.) for functional genomics research in Rosaceae - (Abstract Only)
Petri, C., Webb, K.K., Dardick, C.D., Scorza, R. 2008. A high-throughput transformation system in plum (Prunus domestica L.) for functional genomics research in Rosaceae [abstract]. First International Symposium on Biotechnology of Fruit Species. p. 87.
The development of 'HoneySweet' - a transgenic Plum pox virus (PPV) resistant plum and the application of intron-hairpin (ihp) RNA technology for PPV resistance in stone fruits - (Abstract Only)
Scorza, R., Hily, J., Callahan, A.M., Damsteegt, V.D., Ravelonandro, M. 2008. The development of 'HoneySweet' - a transgenic Plum pox virus (PPV) resistant plum and the application of intron-hairpin (ihp) RNA technology for PPV resistance in stone fruits. HortScience. 4:1069.
A high-throughput transformation system in plum (Prunus domestica L.) useful for functional genomics in Rosaceae - (Proceedings)
Petri, C., Webb, K.K., Dardick, C.D., Scorza, R. 2008. A high-throughput transformation system in plum (Prunus domestica L.) useful for functional genomics in Rosaceae. Acta Horticulturae.
Bulletin of University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine Cluj-Napoca - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Zagrai, I., Ravelonandro, M., Scorza, R., Minoiu, N., Zagrai, L. 2008. Bulletin of University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine Cluj-Napoca. University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine Cluj-Napoca. 65(1-2):358:365.
Peach - (Book / Chapter)
Scorza, R., Hancock, J. 2008. Peach. In: Hancock, J., editor. Temperate Tree Fruit Breeding. New York: Springer. p. 265-298.
Gene expression profiling of peach fruit during stone development - (Abstract Only)
Callahan, A.M., Dardick, C.D., Chiozzotto, R., Schaffer, R.J., Piagnani, M., Scorza, R. 2008. Gene expression profiling of peach fruit during stone development [abstract]. Plant and Animal Genome Conference. Paper No. 716. p. 297.
Silencing mechansim of C5 transgenic plums is stable under challenge inoculation with heterologous viruses - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Zagrai, I., Capote, N., Ravelonandro, M., Cambra, M., Zagrai, L., Scorza, R. 2007. Silencing mechansim of C5 transgenic plums is stable under challenge inoculation with heterologous viruses. Journal of Plant Pathology. 90:41-46.
A high-throughput transformation system in plum (Prunus domestica L.) provides a powerful tool for functional genomics in Rosaceae - (Abstract Only)
Petri, C., Webb, K.K., Dardick, C.D., Scorza, R. 2008. A high-throughput transformation system in plum (Prunus domestica L.) provides a powerful tool for functional genomics in Rosaceae [abstract]. Plant and Animal Genome Conference. p. 289.
Role of the 25-26 nt siRNA in the resistance of transgenic Prunus domestica graft inoculated with plum pox virus - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Kundu, J., Briard, P., Hily, J., Ravelonandro, M., Scorza, R. 2007. Role of the 25-26 nt siRNA in the resistance of transgenic Prunus domestica graft inoculated with plum pox virus. Virus Genes. 36:215-220.
A minimal peach type II chlorophyll a/b-binding protein promoter retains tissue-specificity and light regulation in tomato - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Bassett, C.L., Callahan, A.M., Artlip, T.S., Scorza, R., Srinivasan, C. 2007. A minimal peach type II chlorophyll a/b-binding protein promoter retains tissue-specificity and light regulation in tomato. BioMed Central (BMC)Biotechnology. 7:47.
Peach - (Book / Chapter)
Petri, C., Scorza, R. 2008. Peach. In: Kole, C., Hall, T.C., editors. Handbook of Transgenic Plants. Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishing. p. 79-92.
Assessment of the diversity and dynamics of Plum pox virus and aphid populations in transgenic European plums under Mediterranean conditions - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (01-Jun-07)
Plum pox virus coat protein gene intron-hairpin-RNA (ihpRNA) constructs provide resistance to Plum pox virus in Nicotiana benthamiana and Prunus domestica - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Hily, J., Scorza, R., Ravelonandro, M., Damsteegt, V.D., Bassett, C.L., Petri, C., Liu, Z. 2007. Plum pox virus coat protein gene intron-hairpin-RNA (ihpRNA) constructs provide resistance to Plum pox virus in Nicotiana benthamiana and Prunus domestica. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 132(6):850-858.
Scientific and regulatory challenges of developing a genetically engineered virus resistant plum - (Abstract Only) - (30-Mar-07)
Mechanical thinning pillar peach trees - second year results and observations - (Proceedings)
Miller, S.S., Peterson, D.L., Scorza, R. 2007. Mechanical thinning pillar peach trees - second year results and observations. Annual Cumberland Shenandoah Fruit Workers Conference.
The Gastrodia anti-fungal protein confers increased resistance to Phytophthora root rot and the root-knot nematode in a fruit tree species - (Abstract Only)
Nagel, A.K., Nyczepir, A.P., Scorza, R., Petri, C., Schnabel, G. 2007. The Gastrodia anti-fungal protein confers increased resistance to Phytophthora root rot and the root-knot nematode in a fruit tree species. Phytopathology. 97(7):S82.
Identification of markers closely linked to the peach "pillar" gene - (Abstract Only)
Sajer, O., Scorza, R., Abbott, A., Horn, R. 2007. Identification of markers closely linked to the peach "pillar" gene [abstract]. Plant and Animal Genome Conference. p. 219.
Deregulation of plum pox resistant transgenic plum 'Honeysweet' - (Proceedings)
Scorza, R., Hily, J., Callahan, A.M., Malinowski, T., Cambra, M., Capote, N., Zagrai, I., Damsteegt, V.D., Briard, P., Ravelonandro, M. 2007. Deregulation of plum pox resistant transgenic plum 'Honeysweet'. Acta Horticulturae. 738:669-673.
EFFECTS OF A PEACH ANTISENSE ACC OXIDASE GENE ON PLUM FRUIT QUALITY - (Proceedings)
Callahan, A.M., Scorza, R. 2007. Effects of a peach antisense acc oxidase gene on plum fruit quality. Acta Horticulturae. 738:567-573.
Improving regeneration and transformation for resistance to sharka in prunus - (Proceedings)
Damiano, C., Kondakova, V., Todorovska, E., Kamenova, I., Badjiakov, I., Scorza, R., Gentile, A., Monticelli, S., Atanassov, A. 2007. Improving regeneration and transformation for resistance to sharka in prunus. Acta Horticulturae. 738:583-587.
THE INFLUENCE OF GENOTYPE ON THE INDUCTION OF SOMATIC EMBRYOS FROM IN VITRO CULTURED ZYGOTIC EMBRYOS OF PEACH - (Proceedings)
Srinivasan, C., Scorza, R. 2007. The influence of genotype on the induction of somatic embryos from in vitro cultured zygotic embryos of peach. Acta Horticulturae. 738:691-696.
DEREGULATION OF PLUM POX RESISTANT TRANSGENIC PLUM 'HONEYSWEET' - (Proceedings)
Scorza, R. 2006. Deregulation of plum pox resistant transgenic plum 'Honeysweet'. Compact Fruit Tree. 39:29-30.
PRUNUS HOST RANGE OF PLUM POX VIRUS (PPV) IN THE UNITED STATES BY APHID AND GRAFT INOCULATION - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Damsteegt, V.D., Scorza, R., Stone, A.L., Schneider, W.L., Webb, K.K., Demuth, M.A., Gildow, F.E. 2007. Prunus host range of plum pox virus (ppv) in the United States by aphid and graft inoculation. Plant Disease. 91:18-23
THE INFLUENCE OF GENOTYPE ON THE INDUCTION OF SOMATIC EMBRYOS FROM IN VITRO CULTURED ZYGOTIC EMBRYOS OF PEACH - (Proceedings)
Srinivasan, C., Scorza, R. 2006. The influence of genotype on the induction of somatic embryos from in vitro cultured zygotic embryos of peach. Acta Horticulturae. 738:691-696.
HETEROLOGOUS EXPRESSION OF THE AP2/ERF TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR BABY BOOM ALTERS THE DEVELOPMENT AND ENHANCES THE REGENERATION CAPACITY OF TRANSGENIC TOBACCO (NICOTIANA TABACUM L.) - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Srinivasan, C., Liu, Z., Heidmann, I., Supena, E., Fukuoka, H., Joosen, R., Lambalk, J., Angenent, G., Scorza, R., Custers, J.B., Boutilier, K. 2006. Heterologous expression of the ap2/erf transcription factor baby boom alters the development and enhances the regeneration capacity of transgenic tobacco (nicotiana tabacum l.). Planta (2007) 225:341-351.
GASTRODIA ANTI-FUNGAL PROTEIN (GAFP) FROM THE ORCHID GASTRODIA ELATA CONFERS RESISTANCE TO MULTIPLE ROOT DISEASE PATHOGENS IN TRANSGENIC TOBACCO - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Cox, K., Layne, D., Scorza, R., Schnabel, G. 2006. Gastrodia anti-fungal protein (GAFP) from the orchid gastrodia elata confers resistance to multiple root disease pathogens in transgenic tobacco. Planta. 224:1373-1383.
ENGINEERING RESISTANCE TO MULTIPLE STONE FRUIT VIRUSES THROUGH EXPRESSION OF CHIMERIC HAIRPINS - (Proceedings)
Liu, Z., Hily, J., Scorza, R., Scott, S., James, D. 2007. Engineering resistance to multiple stone fruit viruses through expression of chimeric hairpins. American Society of Plant Biologists Annual Meeting. 132:283-436.
FROM BAC TO TRAIT AND BACK: EXPLOITATION STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL GENEOMICS DATABASES FOR GENE IDENTIFICATION IN PEACH - (Proceedings) - (03-Feb-06)
RELATIONSHIP OF PRUNING AND GROWTH MORPHOLOGY WITH HORMONE RATIOS IN SHOOTS OF PILLAR AND STANDARD PEACH TREES - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Tworkoski, T., S. Miller, and R. Scorza. 2006. Relationship of pruning and growth morphology with hormone ratios in shoots of pillar and standard peach trees. J. Plant Growth Regul. 25:1-11.
'HONEYSWEET' - A TRANSGENIC PLUM POX VIRUS RESISTANT PLUM - DEVELOPMENT, FIELD TESTING, AND REGULATORY ISSUES. - (Abstract Only)
Scorza, R., Gonsalves, D., et. al. 'Honeysweet' - A Transgenic Plum Pox Virus Resistant Plum - Development, Field Testing, and Regulatory Issues. International Symposium on Biotechnology of Temperate Fruit Crops and Tropical Species. Abstract. October 10-14, 2005 in Daytona Beach, Florida, USA.
FIELD TRIALS OF PLUM CLONES TRANSFORMED WITH THE PLUM POX VIRUS COAT PROTEIN (PPV-CP) GENE - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Malinowski, T., Cambra, M., Capote, N., Zawadzka, B., Gorris, M., Scorza, R., Ravelonandro, M. 2006. Field trials of plum clones transformed with the plum pox virus coat protein (ppv-cp) gene. Plant Disease. 90:1012-1018.
GENETIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS ON WATER USE EFFICIENCY IN PEACH - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Glenn, D.M., Scorza, R., Okie, W.R. 2006. Genetic and environmental effects on water use efficiency in peach. Journal American Society Hortscience. 131: 290-294.
EVALUATION OF TRANSFORMATION IN PEACH [PRUNUS PERSICA (L.) BORTSCH] AND PLUM (PRUNUS DOMESTICA L.) EXPLANTS USING GREEN FLUORESCENCE PROTEIN (GFP) AND BETA-GLUCORONIDASE (GUS) REPORTER GENES - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Padilla,, I., Golis,, A., Gentile,, A., Damiano,, C., Scorza, R. 2006. Evaluation of transformation in peach [Prunus persica (l.) Bortsch] and plum (Prunus domestica l.) explants using green fluorescence protein (gfp) and beta-glucoronidase (gus) reporter genes. Plant Cell Tissue And Organ Culture. 84:309-314.
EFFECTS OF A PEACH ANTISENSE ACC OXIDASE GENE ON PLUM FRUIT QUALITY - (Abstract Only)
Callahan, A.M., Scorza, R. 2005. Effects of a peach antisense acc oxidase gene on plum fruit quality. International Symposium on Biotechnology of Temperate Fruit Crops and Tropical Species, Daytona Beach, FL, October 10-14, 2006.
PEACH GROWERS - GET IN SHAPE - (Trade Journal)
Scorza, R. 2005. Peach growers - get in shape. Summerfruit Australia Quarterly. 7:8-11.
ADVENTITIOUS SHOOT REGENERATION FROM LEAF CULTURES OF CHOKECHERRY (PRUNUS VIRGINIANA L.) - (Abstract Only)
Srinivasan, C., Scorza, R. 2005. Adventitious shoot regeneration from leaf cultures of chokecherry (prunus virginiana l.). Society for In Vitro Biology Proceedings.
ACCUMULATION OF THE LONG CLASS OF SIRNA IS ASSOCIATED WITH RESISTANCE TO PLUM POX VIRUS THROUGHOUT THE LIFE CYCLE OF A TRANSGENIC WOODY PERENNIAL (PRUNUS DOMESTICA L.) PLUM - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Hily, J., Scorza, R., Webb, K.K., Ravelonandro, M. 2005. Accumulation of the long class of sirna is associated with resistance to plum pox virus throughout the life cycle of a transgenic woody perennial (Prunus domestica l.) plum. Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions. MPMI 16:794-799 (2005).
CO-INFECTION OF TRANSGENIC PLUMS WITH PRUNUS NECROTIC AND PLUM POX VIRUSES - (Proceedings) - (05-Jun-05)
DEVELOPING PEACH CULTIVARS WITH NOVEL TREE GROWTH HABITS - (Proceedings)
Scorza, R., Okie, W.R., Miller, S.S., Glenn, D.M., Tworkoski, T. 2006. Developing peach cultivars with novel tree growth habits. Acta Horticulturae. 713:61-64.
THEORY AND PRACTICE OF GENETICALLY, MANIPULATING PEACH TREE ARCHITECTURE - (Proceedings)
Scorza, R. 2005. Theory and practice of genetically, manipulating peach tree architecture. New York State Fruit Quarterly. p. 31-34.
ARMILLARIA ROOT ROT OF PEACH: A MULTIPRONGED APPROACH - (Abstract Only)
Layne,, D., Schnabel,, G., Scorza, R., Cox,, K., Bussey,, K. 2005. Armillaria root rot of peach: a multipronged approach. Hortscience. 40:1026.
MORPHOLOGICAL AND HORMONAL RELATIONSHIPS IN SHOOTS OF PILLAR AND STANDARD PEACH TREES - (Proceedings) - (21-Jan-05)
DEVELOPING PEACH CULTIVARS WITH NOVEL TREE GROWTH HABITS - (Abstract Only)
Scorza, R., Okie, W.R., Miller, S.S., Tworkoski, T., Glenn, D.M. 2005. Developing peach cultivars with novel tree growth habits. Acta Horticulturae. 16p.
YIELD, FRUIT SIZE, AND LEAF NUTRIENT CONTENT OF THREE PEACH TREE GROWTH HABITS GROWN AT FOUR SPACINGS AND WITH TWO TRAINING SYSTEMS - (Proceedings)
Miller, S.S., Scorza, R. 2005. Yield, fruit size, and leaf nutrient content of three peach tree growth habits grown at four spacings and with two training systems. Proceedings of the 80th Cumberland Shenandoah Fruit Workers Conference. PP. 114-116. 2004
CANDIDATE GENE DATA BASE AND TRANSCRIPT MAP FOR PEACH: A MODEL SPECIES FOR FRUIT TREES - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Horn, R., Lecouls, A., Callahan, A.M., Dandekar, A., Garay, L., Mccord, P., Howad, W., Chan, H., Verde, I., Ramaswamy, K., Main, D., Jung, S., Georgi, L., Forrest, S., Mook, J., Zhebentyayeva, T., Yu, Y., Kim, H., Jesudurai, C., Sosinski, B., Arus, P., Baird, V., Parfitt, D., Reighard, G., Scorza, R., Tomkins, J., Wing, R., Abbott, A. 2005. Candidate gene data base and transcript map for peach: a model species for fruit trees. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 110:1419-1428.
EFFECTS OF PRUNING ON AUXIN AND CYTOKININ LEVELS AND SUBSEQUENT SHOOT REGROWTH AMONG DIFFERENT GROWTH HABITS OF PEACH - (Proceedings)
Tworkoski, T., Miller, S.S., Scorza, R. 2005. Effects of pruning on auxin and cytokinin levels and subsequent shoot regrowth among different growth habits of peach. Proceedings of Plant Growth Regulation Society of America. v. 32. p. 46.
THE OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES OF GENETIC ENGINEERING FOR IMPROVEMENT OF PERENNIAL TREE FRUIT - PLUM POX VIRUS RESISTANT PLUMS AS A CASE STUDY - (Abstract Only)
Scorza, R., Ravelonandro, M. 2005. The opportunities and challenges of genetic engineering for improvement of perennial tree fruit - plum pox virus resistant plums as a case study. In Vitro Culture and Horticulture Breeding Symposium. In Vitro 41:14A (abstract P-8).
TRANSGENIC PLUMS - FRUIT TREES RESISTANT TO SHARKA DISEASE - (Proceedings) - (16-Sep-04)
RECENT ADVANCES TOWARDS APRICOT GENETIC TRANSFORMATION FOR RESISTANCE TO PLUM POX VIRUS - (Abstract Only)
Galassi, E., Negri, P., Paris, R., Pratesi, D., Scorza, R. 2004. Recent advances towards apricot genetic transformation for resistance to plum pox virus. Meeting Proceedings.
LONG TERM STABILITY OF GENE SILENCING BASED RESISTANCE TO PLUM POX VIRUS IN TRANSGEIC PLUM (PRUNUS DOMESTICA L.) UNDER FIELD CONDITIONS - (Proceedings) - (30-Jun-04)
PEACH GENETIC ENGINEERING THROUGH TRANSFORMATION - (Book / Chapter) - (10-Jun-04)
NON-DESTRUCTIVE EVALUATION OF POST HARVEST PEACH FRUIT SOFTENING - (Proceedings)
Scorza, R., Anger, W.C., Bett Garber, K.L., Champagne, E.T., Beaulieu, J.C., Ingram, D.A., Peterson, D.L. 2004. Non-destructive evaluation of post harvest peach fruit softening. Acta Horticulture Proceedings. Acta Horticulturae 663: 269-273. 2004.
ANALYSIS OF METHYLATION AND POST TRANSCRIPTIONAL GENE SILENCING IN EMBRYOS AND SEEDLINGS OF C5, A TRANSGENIC PLUM POX VIRUS RESISTANT PLUM - (Proceedings)
Scorza, R., Webb, K.K., Ravelonandro, M. 2004. Analysis of methylation and post transcriptional gene silencing in embryos and seedlings of C5, a transgenic plum pox virus resistant plum. Proceedings of the 2004 International Rosaceae Genome Mapping Conference. p. 20.
EFFECTS OF PRUNING ON AUXIN AND CYTOKININ LEVELS AND SUBSEQUENT SHOOT REGROWTH OF DIFFERENT GROWTH HABITS OF PEACH - (Abstract Only)
Tworkoski, T., Miller, S.S., Scorza, R. 2004. Effects of pruning on auxin and cytokinin levels and subsequent shoot regrowth of different growth habits of peach. Meeting Abstract. 32:48
DISSECTING THE ENDOPOLYGALACTURONASE LOCUS OF PEACH - (Proceedings)
Callahan, A.M., Scorza, R., Bassett, C.L. 2004. Dissecting the endopolygalacturonase locus of peach. Proceedings of the 2nd International Rosaceae Genome Mapping Conference, Clemson SC, May 2004, pg. 5.
SHORT INTERFERRING RNAS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH VIRUS RESISTANCE IN A WOODY PERENNIAL FRUIT TREE (PRUNUS DOMESTICA) - (Abstract Only)
Scorza, R., Hily, J., Ravelonandro, M. 2004. Short interferring rnas are associated with virus resistance in a woody perennial fruit tree (prunus domestica). Hortscience 39:862.
ECTOPIC EXPRESSION OF ARABIDOPSIS AP2 DOMAIN TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR BABY BOOM GENE ALTERS LEAF MORPHOLOGY AND FERTILITY IN TRANSGENIC NICOTIANA TABACUM - (Abstract Only)
Srinivasan, C., Liu, Z., Scorza, R. 2004. Ectopic expression of arabidopsis AP2 domain transcription factor baby boom gene alters leaf morphology and fertility in transgenic Nicotiana tabacum. American Society of Plant Biologists. Abstract #739.
EVALUATION OF LONG TERM DISEASE RESISTANCE IN MATURE FIELD-GROWN PLUM POX VIRUS RESISTANT PLUM TREES (PRUNUS DOMESTICA L.) - (Abstract Only)
Hughes Watson, P.L., Scorza, R. 2004. Evaluation of long term disease resistance in mature field-grown plum pox virus resistant plum trees (Prunus domestica L.). American Pytopathological Society Potomac Division 2004 Meeting, Book of Abstracts. p. 22.
A DELETION AFFECTING SEVERAL GENE CANDIDATES IS PRESENT IN THE EVERGROWING PEACH MUTANT. - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Bielenberg, D.G., Wany, Y., Fan, S., Reighard, G.L., Scorza, R., Abbott, A. 2004. A deletion affecting several gene candidates is present in the evergrowing peach mutant. Journal of Heredity.
PEACH TREE PRODUCTION AND CULTURE AS AFFECTED BY GROWTH HABIT, TREE SPACING, AND PRUNING - (Proceedings)
Miller, S.S., Scorza, R. 2004. Peach tree production and culture as affected by growth habit, tree spacing, and pruning. Annual Cumberland Shenandoah Fruit Workers Conference. Vol 79, 11 pages.
COMPARATIVE HOST RANGE OF U.S. ISOLATES OF PLUM POX VIRUS AMONG PRUNUS AND OTHER WOODY PLANT SPECIES FOLLOWING GRAFT INOCULATION OR APHID TRANSMISSION - (Abstract Only)
Damsteegt, V.D., Scorza, R., Gildow, F.E., Schneider, W.L., Stone, A.L., Luster, D.G. 2004. Comparative host range of U.S. isolates of plum pox virus among Prunus and other woody plant species following graft inoculation or aphid transmission. Phytopathology. 94:S24.
PERFORMANCE OF PILLAR AND UPRIGHT FORM PEACH TREES GROWN IN A CENTRAL LEADER OR MULTIPLE LEADER ORCHARD SYSTEM AT VARIOUS PLANTING DENSITIES - (Abstract Only)
Miller, S.S., Scorza, R. 2004. Performance of pillar and upright form peach trees grown in a central leader or multiple leader orchard system at various planting densities. Meeting Abstract. HortScience 39(4):815,2004
ENDOPOLYGALACTURONASE GENES IN MELTING AND NONMELTING PEACH CULTIVARS - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Callahan, A.M., Scorza, R., Bassett, C.L., Nickerson, M., Abeles, F. 2004. Endopolygalacturonase genes in melting and nonmelting peach cultivars. Functional Plant Biology 31:159-168 2004.
SEQUENCING AND ANALYSIS OF THE PEACH EVG LOCUS - (Abstract Only)
Bielengerg, D., Wang, Y., Reighard, G., Scorza, R., Abbott, A. 2003. Sequencing and analysis of the peach evg locus. Hortscience 38:738
TISSUE SPECIFIC EXPERSSION OF GUS IN TOMATO UNDER THE CONTROL OF A TYPE II CHLOROPHYLL A/B BINDING PROTEIN PROMOTER FROM PEACH - (Abstract Only)
Bassett, C.L., Callahan, A.M., Scorza, R., Srinivasan, C. 2003. Tissue specific experssion of gus in tomato under the control of a type ii chlorophyll a/b binding protein promoter from peach. Hortscience 38 2003.
ORNAMENTAL PEACH TREES FOR LANDSCAPE AND GARDEN - (Popular Publication)
SCORZA, R. ORNAMENTAL PEACH TREES FOR LANDSCAPE AND GARDEN. LANDSCAPE PLANT DEVELOPMENT CENTER NEWSLETTER. Vol. 14, No. 2, 2003.
AN EFFICIENT METHOD FOR TRANSFERRING GENES INTO PLUM (PRUNUS DOMESTICA L.) - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
PADILLA, I., WEBB, K.K., SCORZA, R. EARLY ANTIBIOTIC SELECTIONAND EFFICIENT ROOTING AND ACCLIMATIZATION IMPROVE THE PRODUCTION OF TRANSGENIC PLUM PLANTS (PRUNUS DOMESTICA L.). PLANT CELL REPORTS. vOL 22, PGS 38-45, JUNE 2003.
THE EFFECT OF COLD-INDUCED DORMANCY ON PTGS IN PLUM CLONES CONTAINING THE PLUM POX COAT PROTEIN GENE - (Abstract Only)
Callahan, A.M., Scorza, R., Levy, L., Damsteegt, V.D., Ravelonandro, M. 2002. The effect of cold-induced dormancy on PTGS in plum clones containing the plum pox coat protein gene. International Biotechnology Congress, 10th International Association of Plant Tissue Culture & Biotechnology Congress Proceedings, P-1261, pp 99.
THE EFFECT OF COLD-INDUCED DORMANCY ON PTGS IN PLUM CLONES CONTAINING THE PLUM POX COAT PROTEIN GENE - (Abstract Only)
Callahan, A.M., Scorza, R., Levy, L., Damsteegt, V.D., Ravelonandro, M. 2002. The effect of cold-induced dormancy on PTGS in plum clones containing the plum pox coat protein gene. International Biotechnology Congress, 10th International Association of Plant Tissue Culture & Biotechnology Congress Proceedings, P-1261, pp 99.
THE EFFECT OF COLD-INDUCED DORMANCY ON PTGS IN PLUM CLONES CONTAINING THE PLUM POX COAT PROTEIN GENE - (Abstract Only)
Callahan, A.M., Scorza, R., Levy, L., Damsteegt, V.D., Ravelonandro, M. 2002. The effect of cold-induced dormancy on PTGS in plum clones containing the plum pox coat protein gene. International Biotechnology Congress, 10th International Association of Plant Tissue Culture & Biotechnology Congress Proceedings, P-1261, pp 99.
THE EFFECT OF COLD-INDUCED DORMANCY ON PTGS IN PLUM CLONES CONTAINING THE PLUM POX COAT PROTEIN GENE - (Abstract Only)
Callahan, A.M., Scorza, R., Levy, L., Damsteegt, V.D., Ravelonandro, M. 2002. The effect of cold-induced dormancy on PTGS in plum clones containing the plum pox coat protein gene. International Biotechnology Congress, 10th International Association of Plant Tissue Culture & Biotechnology Congress Proceedings, P-1261, pp 99.
BREEDING AND MOLECULAR GENETICS - (Book / Chapter)
SCORZA, R. BREEDING AND MOLECULAR GENETICS. BAUGHER, T.A., SINGHA, S. EDITORS. THE HAWORTH PRESS, INC. BINGHAMTON, NY. CONCISE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF TEMPERATE ZONE TREE FRUITS.2003.p.11-14.
BREEDING AND MOLECULAR GENETICS - (Book / Chapter)
SCORZA, R. BREEDING AND MOLECULAR GENETICS. BAUGHER, T.A., SINGHA, S. EDITORS. THE HAWORTH PRESS, INC. BINGHAMTON, NY. CONCISE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF TEMPERATE ZONE TREE FRUITS.2003.p.11-14.
BREEDING AND MOLECULAR GENETICS - (Book / Chapter)
SCORZA, R. BREEDING AND MOLECULAR GENETICS. BAUGHER, T.A., SINGHA, S. EDITORS. THE HAWORTH PRESS, INC. BINGHAMTON, NY. CONCISE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF TEMPERATE ZONE TREE FRUITS.2003.p.11-14.
BREEDING AND MOLECULAR GENETICS - (Book / Chapter)
SCORZA, R. BREEDING AND MOLECULAR GENETICS. BAUGHER, T.A., SINGHA, S. EDITORS. THE HAWORTH PRESS, INC. BINGHAMTON, NY. CONCISE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF TEMPERATE ZONE TREE FRUITS.2003.p.11-14.
BREEDING PEACH FOR NARROW LEAF WIDTH - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
OKIE, W.R., SCORZA, R. BREEDING PEACH FOR NARROW LEAF WIDTH. ACTA HORTICULTURAE. 2002. v.592. p.137-141.
TRAINING AND PERFORMANCE OF PILLAR, UPRIGHT, AND STANDARD FORM PEACH TREES-EARLY RESULTS - (Proceedings) - (02-Jul-02)
Pear transformed with a lytic peptide gene for disease control affects nontarget organism, pear Psylla (Homoptera: Psyllidae) - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Puterka, G.J., Bochetti, C., Dang, P.M., Bell, R.L., Scorza, R. 2002. Pear transformed with a lytic peptide gene for disease control affects nontarget organism, pear Psylla (Homoptera: Psyllidae). Journal of Economic Entomology. 95(4):797-802.
STUDIES OF PLUM POX VIRUS RESISTANCE IN TRANSGENIC PLUM C5 AND ITS PROGENY - (Abstract Only)
Scorza, R., Ravelonandro, M., Callahan, A.M., Malinowski, T., Damsteegt, V.D., Levy, L. 2002. Studies of plum pox virus resistance in transgenic plum C5 and its progeny. International Biotechnology Congress, 10th IAPTC&B Congress Proceedings, June 2002, P-1033, p 41.
GENETIC INTERACTIONS OF PILLAR, COMPACT, AND DWARF PEACH TREE GENOTYPES - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (11-Nov-01)
PRELIMINARY RESULTS AND OBSERVATIONS IN TRAINING PILLAR AND UPRIGHT FORM PEACH TREES - (Proceedings) - (10-Sep-01)
ROOT AND SHOOT CHARACTERISTICS OF PEACH TREE WITH DIFFERENT GROWTH HABITS - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (07-Aug-01)
RESISTANCE TO PLUM POX POTYVIRUS IN A TRANGENIC WOODY PERENNIAL FRUIT TREE, EUROPEAN PLUM (PRUNUS DOMESTICA L.) RESULTS FROM POST-TRANSCRIPTIONAL GENE SILENCING - (Proceedings)
Scorza, R., Callahan, A.M., Levy, L., Damsteegt, V.D., Ravelonandro, M. 2001. Resistance to plum pox potyvirus in a trangenic woody perennial fruit tree, European plum (Prunus domestica L.) results from post-transcriptional gene silencing. Acta Horticulturae 550:425-430.
ANALYSIS OF A PEACH ACC OXIDASE PROMOTER BY TRANSIENT EXPRESSION OF THE PROMOTER - GUS FUSIONS VIA PARTICLE BOMBARDMENT OF FRUIT TISSUES - (Abstract Only)
Moon, H., Srinivasan, C., Scorza, R., Callahan, A.M. 2001. Analysis of a peach acc oxidase promoter by transient expression of the promoter - gus fusions via particle bombardment of fruit tissues. American Society of Plant Physiologists Meeting.
TRANSGENIC FRUIT TREES AS A RESISTANCE STRATEGY FOR VIRUS EPIDEMICS: THE SHARKA MODEL. - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (01-Dec-00)
ROOT CHARACTERISTICS OF PEACH TREES WITH DIFFERENT SHORT GROWTH HABITS - (Proceedings) - (15-Oct-00)
ROOT CHARACTERISTICS OF PEACH TREES WITH DIFFERENT SHOOT GROWTH HABITS - (Proceedings) - (21-Feb-00)
TRANSFORMATION OF 'BEURRE BOSC' PEAR WITH THE ROLC GENE - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (25-Jun-99)
GENETIC LINKAGE MAPPING IN PEACH USING MORPHOLOGICAL, RFLP AND RAPD MARKERS - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (01-May-95)
OCCURRENCE OF UNREDUCED EGGS IN PEACH - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (01-Mar-95)
APRICOTS AND PEACHES - (Book / Chapter) - (28-Nov-94)
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