Sweet and sour cherries (Prunus avium and Prunus cerasus) are important fruit crops for which demand is high and growing. A significant number of new varieties, rootstocks and training systems have been released or developed in recent years in order to improve the efficiency and profitability of cherry orchards. Cherries: Botany, Production and Uses covers the genetics, ecophysiology, production, protection and uses of cherries. Presenting up-to-date scientific data and applied information, this book is invaluable for researchers, teachers and all professionals working in the cherries value chain.
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José Quero Garcia entered Polytechnic University of Madrid in 1993 to obtain title of 'Agronomic Engineer' (2000). 1997-1998 Erasmus student at University of Reading (6 months). 1998-2000 studied at 'Institut Agronomique National Paris-Grigon' (INAP-G) within frame of double diploma exchange programme between ETSIA and INAP-G and obtained diploma of 'Ingénieur Agronome' from INAP-G. During last year at INAP-G, followed a DEA ('Diplôme d'Etudes Approfondies'), equivalent of an MSc degree, specialized in 'Genetics and Plant Breeding'. 2000-2004 worked at CIRAD obtaining the PhD degree at the 'Ecole Nationale Supérieure Agronomique de Montpellier' (ENSAM) in 2004. Worked on the study of diversity and breeding of taros (Colocasia esculenta) from Vanuatu. 2005 awarded a competitive fellowship ('Juan de la Cierva') from Spanish Ministry of Education and Research to conduct post-doctoral fellowship at ETSIA Madrid, working on Plant Virology. Before finishing post-doc, hired by INRA-Bordeaux i