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Citrus

Research, Development and Biotechnology

Edited by Muhammad Sarwar Khan

University of Agriculture Faisalabad

Co-editor:

Iqrar Ahmad Khan

University of Agriculture Faisalabad

Citrus is an extensively produced fruit crop and is cultivated predominantly in tropical and subtropical regions of the world. The Citrus genus consists of a variable number of species due to the admixture of wide morphological diversity, intra- and interspecific sexual compatibility, apomixis, and spontaneous mutations. Citrus fruits are highly nutritious and beneficial for health due to the presence of bioactive compounds that have antioxidant, antitumor, anti-inflammatory, and blood clot-inhibiting characteristics. This book describes the citrus plant and its nutrients, nutritional value, and nutraceutical applications, as well as related biotic and abiotic challenges in its cultivation. Chapters cover such topics as citrus genealogy, production, and crop management; milestones achieved in citrus improvement; importance of weather conditions in cropping systems; effects of changing climate on citrus; and much more.

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CitrusResearch, Development and BiotechnologyEdited by Muhammad Sarwar Khan

Published: November 3rd 2021

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.77939

ISBN: 978-1-83968-724-2

Print ISBN: 978-1-83968-723-5

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83968-725-9

Copyright year: 2021

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1. Introductory Chapter: Citrus for a Healthy Life

By Muhammad Sarwar Khan

37

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2. Horticultural Classification of Citrus Cultivars

By Jagveer Singh, Vishal Sharma, Kuldeep Pandey, Shahnawaz Ahmed, Manveen Kaur and Gurupkar Singh Sidhu

275

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3. Citrus Biotechnology: Current Innovations and Future Prospects

By Ghulam Mustafa, Muhammad Usman, Faiz Ahmad Joyia and Muhammad Sarwar Khan

93

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4. Integrated Management Approach to Citrus Fungal Diseases by Optimizing Cocoa-Based Agroforests Structural Characteristics

By Ndo Eunice Golda Danièle and Akoutou Mvondo Etienne

46

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5. A Current Overview of Two Viroids Prevailing in Citrus Orchards: Citrus Exocortis Viroid and Hop Stunt Viroid

By Zineb Belabess, Nabil Radouane, Tourya Sagouti, Abdessalem Tahiri and Rachid Lahlali

192

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6. Indexing Virus and Virus-Like Diseases of Citrus

By Yasir Iftikhar, Muhammad Zeeshan Majeed, Ganesan Vadamalai and Ashara Sajid

158

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7. Xanthomonas citri ssp. citri Pathogenicity, a Review

By Juan Carlos Caicedo and Sonia Villamizar

106

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8. Climate Change and Citrus

By Waqar Shafqat, Summar A. Naqvi, Rizwana Maqbool, Muhammad Salman Haider, Muhammad Jafar Jaskani and Iqrar A. Khan

348

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9. Citrus Fruits: Nutritive Value and Value-Added Products

By Abu Saeid and Maruf Ahmed

47

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10. Citrus Essential Oils: A Suite of Insecticidal Compounds

By Bulbuli Khanikor, Kamal Adhikari and Bikash Rabha

213

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11. The Orange Peel: An Outstanding Source of Chemical Resources

By Gianfranco Fontana

68

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12. Physiological Functions Mediated by Yuzu (Citrus junos) Seed-Derived Nutrients

By Mayumi Minamisawa

141

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13. Nondestructive Assessment of Citrus Fruit Quality and Ripening by Visible–Near Infrared Reflectance Spectroscopy

By Ana M. Cavaco, Dário Passos, Rosa M. Pires, Maria D. Antunes and Rui Guerra

171

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14. Electrochemical Applications for the Antioxidant Sensing in Food Samples Such as Citrus and Its Derivatives, Soft Drinks, Supplementary Food and Nutrients

By Ersin Demir, Hülya Silah and Nida Aydogdu

139

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