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 Journals - Volume 20 - 2018

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The potential of using solarized cattle manure fertilizer and planting densities to cultivate the cactus Opuntia ficus-indica L.

Enrique Salazar-Sosa, Héctor Idilio Trejo-Escareño, Ignacio Orona-Castillo, Enrique Salazar-Melendez, Luis Guillermo Hernández-Montiel, Bernardo Murillo- Amador.

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Morphological characteristics, chemical composition and antioxidant activity of seeds by four wild Opuntia species from North of Mexico.

José Alberto Núñez-Gastélum, Raquel González-Fernández, Arlette Hernández- Herrera, Olga Nydia Campas-Baypoli, Roberto Rodríguez-Ramírez, Naun Lobo- Galo, José Valero-Galván.

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Stable transformation of Opuntia ficus indica callus cultures as evidenced
by fluorescence of the tandem dimer Tomato gene.

Peter Felker, Ron Bunch, John A. Tine, Guy R. Russo, Jean Gould, Marianne
Arnold, Fang Wang, Ying Rong and Martha Wright.

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Heart-shaped cladodes in commercial cactus pear plantations

Mendoza-Orozco, M. E.; Hernández-Ríos, I.; Morales-Flores, F. J.; Mena-
Covarrubias, J.; Ortega-Espinoza, J.; Mondragón-Jacobo, C.; Méndez-Gallegos,
S. de J.

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Potential of forage cactus pear accessions under saline water irrigation in
arid areas

Saleem K. Nadaf, Safa'a M., Al-Farsi, Saleh A., Al-Hinai, Aliya S., Al-Hinai, Abdul
Aziz S., Al-Harthy, Saif A., Al-Khamisi and Ahmed N. Al-Bakri.

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Pitaya (Stenocereus spp.): an under-utilized fruit

Beatriz Quiroz-González, Rosario García-Mateos, J. Joel E. Corrales-García,
María Teresa Colinas-León.

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Potential role of transposable elements to differentiate tuna and xoconostle
Opuntia varieties

Ernestina Valadez-Moctezuma, Carlos Flores-Cantoriano, Samir Samah.

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Comparison of total polyphenol content, antioxidant activity, and
antimicrobial potential among nine cactus pear (Opuntia spp.) cultivars and
their by-products

Jorge Dávila-Aviña, Bernardo Gallegos-Ruiz, Santos García, Norma Heredia

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Modeling the impacts of climate change and cochineal (Dactylopius coccus
Costa) invasion on the future distribution of cactus pear (Opuntia ficusindica
(L.) Mill.) in Northern Ethiopia

Haftu Abrha*1, Emiru Birhane2,3, Amanuel Zenebe1, 2, Haftom Hagos1, Atkilt
Girma1, 2, Ermias Aynekulu4, Arya Alemie5

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Fruit attributes depend on cladode length and width in Opuntia ficus-indica
variety ‘Rojo Pelón’ in Zacatecas, Mexico

Ricardo David Valdez-Cepeda, Raúl López-García, Ricardo Mata-González,
Miguel Márquez-Madrid, Fidel Blanco-Macías.

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An overview of Cholla (Cylindropuntia spp.) from Sonora, Mexico

Balandrán-Quintana, R.R., González-León, A., Islas-Rubio, A.R., Madera-
Santana, T.J., Soto-Valdez, H., Mercado-Ruiz, J.N., Peralta, E., Robles-Osuna,
L.E., Vásquez-Lara, F., Carvallo-Ruiz, T., Granados-Nevarez, M.C., Martínez-
Núñez Y.Y., and Montoya-Ballesteros, L.C.

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Physical characteristics, phytochemical content and antioxidant activity of
cactus pear fruits growing in northeast Algeria

Azzedine Mazari, Kahina Yahiaoui, Zineb Fedjer, Amokrane Mahdeb.

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Nutritive value of cactus pear silages for finishing lambs

Luis Alberto Miranda-Romero, Paulina Vazquez-Mendoza, Juan Antonio
Burgueño-Ferreira, and Gilberto Aranda-Osorio.

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