Open Access
Volume 71, Number 4, July-August 2016
Page(s) 249 - 256
Published online 08 July 2016
  1. Vanderslice J.T., Higgs D.J., Hayes J.M., Block G., Ascorbic acid and dehydroascorbic acid content of food-as-eaten, J. Food Composition Anal. 3 (1990) 105–118. [CrossRef]
  2. Zhang D., Hamauzu Y. Phenolic compounds, ascorbic acid, carotenoids and antioxidant constituents of green, red and yellow bell peppers, J. Food Agric. Environ. 24 (2003) 345–351.
  3. Ensminger A.H., Foods and Nutrition Encyclopedia, 2nd ed, Boca Ratón, USA: CRC Press, 1994.
  4. Blestos F.A., Olympios C.M., Rootstock and grafting tomatoes, peppers and eggplants for soil-borne disease resistance, improved yield and quality, Eur. J. Plant Sci. Biotech. 2 (2008) 62–73.
  5. Lee J.M., Kubota C., Tsao S.J., Bie Z., Hoyos-Echevarria P., Morra L., Oda M., Current status of vegetable grafting: Diffusion, grafting techniques, automation, Sci. Hortic. 127 (2010) 93–105. [CrossRef]
  6. Louws F.J., Rivard C.L., Kubota C., Grafting fruiting vegetables to manage soilborne pathogens, foliar pathogens, arthropods and weeds, Sci. Hortic. 127 (2010) 127–146. [CrossRef]
  7. Gisbert C., Prohens J., Raigón M.D., Stommel J., Nuez F., Eggplant relatives as sources of variation for developing new rootstocks: effects of grafting on yield and fruit apparent quality and composition, Sci. Hortic. 128 (2011) 14–22. [CrossRef]
  8. Oka Y., Offenbach R., Pivonia S. Pepper rootstock graft compatibility and response to Meloidogyne javanica and M. incognita, J. Nematol 36 (2004) 137–141. [PubMed]
  9. Morra L., Bilotto M., Evaluation of new rootstocks for resistance to soil-borne pathogens and productive behaviour of pepper (Capsicum annuum L.), Hort. Sci. Biotech. 81 (2006) 518–524.
  10. Gisbert C., Sánchez-Torres P., Nuez F. Development of hybrids for pepper grafting: evaluation of Phytophtora capsici resistance, in: Prohens Badenes Eds., Modern variety breeding for present and future needs (pp. 378–383), Valencia, España: UPV Editorial, 2008.
  11. Colla G., Rouphael Y., Cardarelli M., Temperini O., Rea E., Salerno A., Pierandrei F. Influence of grafting on yield and fruit quality of pepper (Capsicum annuum L.) grown under greenhouse conditions, Acta Hortic. 782 (2008) 359–36. [CrossRef]
  12. Gisbert C, Sánchez-Torres P., Raigón M.D., Nuez F., Phytophthora capsici resistance evaluation in pepper hybrids: Agronomic performance and fruit quality of pepper grafted plants, J. Food Agric. Environ. 8 (2010) 116–121.
  13. Saporta R., Gisbert C., 2013. Growth and Fruit Production in pepper grafted onto C. annuum, C. baccatum and C. pubescens genotypes Lanteri and Rotino, in: (Eds), Breakthroughs in the genetics and breeding of Capsicum and eggplant (pp. 641–644), Torino, Italy: Prontostampa srl, 2013.
  14. Chávez-Mendoza C., Sánchez E., Carvajal-Millán E., Munõz-Márquez E., Guevara-Aguillar A., Characterization of the nutraceutical quality and antioxidant activity in bell pepper in response to grafting, Molecules 18 (2013) 15689–15703. [CrossRef] [PubMed]
  15. Leal-Fernández C., Godoy-Hernández H., Núñez-Colín C.A., Anaya-López J.A., Villalobos-Reyes S., Castellanos J.Z., Morphological response and fruit yield of sweet pepper (Capsicum annuum L.) grafted onto different commercial rootstocks, Biol. Agric. Hortic. 29 (2013) 1–11. [CrossRef]
  16. López-Marín J., González A., Pérez-Alfocea F., Egea-Gilabert C., Fernández, J.A. Grafting is an efficient alternative to shading screens to alleviate thermal stress in greenhouse-grown sweet pepper, Sci. Hortic. 149 (2013) 39–46. [CrossRef]
  17. Yagishita N., Hirata Y., Okochi K., Mimura K., Mizukami H., Ohashi H., Characterization of graft-induced change in capsaicin content of Capsicum annuum L., Euphytica 34 (1985) 297–301. [CrossRef]
  18. Davies A. R., Perkins-Veazie P., Hassell R., Levi A., King S.R., Zhang X.P., Grafting effects on vegetable quality, HortSci. 43 (2008) 1670–1672.
  19. Rouphael Y., Schwarz D., Krumbein A., Colla G., Impact of grafting on product quality of fruit vegetables, Sci. Hortic. 127 (2010) 172–179. [CrossRef]
  20. Lee J.M. Cultivation of grafted vegetables I, current status, grafting methods and benefits, HortSci. 29 (1994) 235–239.
  21. Fernández-García, N., Martínez, V., Cerdaì, A., Carvajal, M, Fruit quality of grafted tomato plants grown under saline conditions, J. Hort. Sci. Biotechnol. 79 (2004) 995–1001.
  22. Savvas D., Papastavrou D., Ntatsi G., Ropokis A., Olympios C., Interactive effects of grafting and manganese supply on growth, yield, and nutrient uptake by tomato, HortSci. 44 (2009) 1978–1982.
  23. Yasinok A. E., Sahin F.I., Eyidogan F., Kuru M., Heberal M., Grafting tomato plant on tobacco plant and its effects on tomato plant yield and nicotine content, J. Sci. Food. Agric. 89 (2009) 1122–1128. [CrossRef]
  24. Ortega R.G., Palazon-Espanol C., Cuartero-Zueco J., Genetics of resistance to Phytophthora capsici in the pepper line ‘SCM-334’, Plant Breed. 107 (1991) 50–55. [CrossRef]
  25. Thabuis A., Lefebvre V., Bernard G., Daubeze A.M., Phaly T., Pochard E., Palloix A. Phenotypic and molecular evaluation of a recurrent selection program for a polygenic resistance to Phytophthora capsici in pepper, Theor. Appl. Genet. 109 (2004) 342–351. [CrossRef] [PubMed]
  26. Gisbert C., Trujillo-Moya C., Sánchez-Torres P., Sifres A.Sánchez-Castro E., Nuez F., Resistance of pepper germplasm to Meloidogyne incognita, Ann. Appl. Biol. 162 (2013) 110–118. [CrossRef]
  27. Jensen M.H., Collins W.L., Hydroponic vegetable production, Hortic. Rev. 7, (1985) 48–558.
  28. Singleton V.L., Rossi J.A., Colorimetry of total phenolics with phosphomolybdic phosphotungstic acid reagents, Am. J. Enol. Vitic. 16 (1965) 144–158.
  29. MAPA. Métodos Oficiales de Análisis, vol. II., Madrid, Spain: Ministerio de Agricultura, Pesca y Alimentación, 1994.
  30. Lee J.M., Oda M. Grafting of herbaceous vegetable and ornamental crops, Hortic. Rev 28 (2003) 61–87.
  31. Albacete A., Martínez-Andújar C., Ghanem M. E., Acosta M., Sánchez-Bravo J., Asins M.J., Cuartero J., Lutts S., Dodd I. C., Pérez-Alfocea F. Rootstock-mediated changes in xylemionic and hormonal status are correlated with delayed leaf senescence,and increased leaf area and crop productivity in salinized tomato, Plant Cell Environ. 32 (2009) 928–938. [CrossRef] [PubMed]
  32. Leonardi C., Giuffrida F., Variation of plant growh and macronutrient uptake in grafted tomatoes and eggplants on three different rootstocks, Eur. J. Hortic. Sci. 71 (2006) 97–101.
  33. Pulgar G., Villora G., Moreno D.A., Romero L. Improving the mineral nutrition in grafted watermelon plants: nitrogen metabolism, Biol. Plant. 43 (2000) 607–609. [CrossRef]
  34. Renquist A.R., La Grange M.J., Searle B.P., Reid J.B., Towards a control theory for acidity of vegetable crops, Acta Hortic. 694 (2005) 463–469. [CrossRef]
  35. Zhuang Y. Chen L. Sun L., Cao J., Bioactive characteristics and antioxidant activities of nine peppers, J. Funct. Foods (2012) 331–338.
  36. Guil-Guerrero J.L., Martínez-Guirado C., Rebolloso-Fuentes M.M., Carrique-Pérez A., (2006). Nutrient composition and antioxidant activity of 10 pepper (Capsicum annuum) varieties, Eur. Food Res. Technol. 224 (2006) 1–9. [CrossRef]
  37. Belitz H.D., Grosh W., Química de los alimentos. Zaragoza, Spain: Acribia (1997).
  38. Savvas D., Colla G., Rouphael Y., Schwarz D. Amelioration of heavy metal and nutrient stress in fruit vegetables by grafting, Sci. Hortic 127 (2010) 156–161. [CrossRef]
  39. Fanasca S., Colla G., Rouphael Y., Saccardo F., Maiani G., Venneria E., Azzini E.,Evolution of nutritional value of two tomato genotypes grown in soilless culture as affected by macrocation proportions, HortSci. 41 (2006) 1584–1588.
  40. Davies A.R., Perkins-Veazie P., Sakata I., López-Galarza S., Maroro J.V., Lee S.G., Huh Y.C., Sun Z., Miguel A., King S.R., Cohe R., Lee J.M., Cucurbit grafting, Crit. Rev. Plant Sci. 27 (2008) 50–74. [CrossRef]
  41. Levander O.A., Fruit and vegetable contributions to dietary mineral intake in human health and disease, HortSci. 25 (1990) 1486–1488.