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TG/201/1 Rev.

ORIGINAL: English



DATE: 2003–04-09 + 2015-03-25

INTERNATIONAL UNION FOR THE PROTECTION OF NEW VARIETIES OF PLANTS

GENEVA


Citrus L. – Group 1

MANDARINS

GUIDELINES
FOR THE CONDUCT OF TESTS
FOR DISTINCTNESS, UNIFORMITY AND STABILITY

Alternative Names:
[ See the list of alternative names and corresponding subgroups on page 2 ]


ASSOCIATED DOCUMENTS

These guidelines should be read in conjunction with document TG/1/3, “General Introduction to the Examination of Distinctness, Uniformity and Stability and the Development of Harmonized Descriptions of New Varieties of Plants” (hereinafter referred to as the “General Introduction”) and its associated “TGP” documents.


Other associated documents: CITRUS L. – GROUP 2: TG/202 – Oranges

CITRUS L. – GROUP 3: TG/203 – Lemons and Limes

CITRUS L. – GROUP 4: TG/204– Grapefruit and Pummelo

CITRUS L. – GROUP 5: TG/83 – Trifoliate Orange

GROUP 1 – ALTERNATIVE NAMES AND CORRESPONDING SUBGROUPS*




Latin

Subgroup

English

French

German

Spanish

Citrus amblycarpa (Hassk.) Ochse

HMA













Citrus benikoji hort. ex Tanaka

PMN











Citrus chuana hort. ex Tseng

PMN











Citrus clementina hort. ex Tan.

CLE

Clementine

Clémentinier

Clementine

Clementina

Citrus crenatifolia Lush.

PMN











Citrus deliciosa Ten.

MMM

Mediterranean Mandarin

Mandarinier

Mandarine

Mandarina común

Citrus depressa Hayata

HMA











Citrus genshokan (Hayata) hort. ex Tanaka

PMN











Citrus hainanensis Tanaka

HMA











Citrus haniana hort. ex Tseng

PMN











Citrus ichangensis Swing. x C. reticulata Blanco

HMR

Ichandarin










Citrus ichangensis Swing. x C. unshiu (Mak.) Marc.

HMR

Ichandarin










Citrus inflata hort. ex Tanaka

HMA











Citrus inflatorugosa hort. ex Tanaka

HMA











Citrus keraji hort. ex Tanaka

HMA











Citrus leiocarpa hort. ex Tanaka

HMA











Citrus lycopersicaeformis (Lush.) hort. ex Tanaka

HMA











Citrus madurensis Lour.

HMA

Calamondin









Citrus maxima (Burm.) Merr. x C. ichangensis Swing.

HMR

Ichangelo










Citrus nippokoreana Tanaka

HMA











Citrus nobilis Lour.

HMA











Citrus oto hort. ex Yu. Tanaka

HMA











Citrus paratangerina hort. ex Tanaka

PMN











Citrus platymamma hort. ex Tanaka

PMN











Citrus pseudo-aurantium hort. ex Yu. Tanaka

HMA











Citrus pseudosunki hort. ex Tanaka

HMA











Citrus reshni hort. ex Tanaka

HMA











Citrus reticulata Blanco

PMN

Tangerine

Mandarinier

Tangerine

Mandarina Ponkan

Citrus reticulata Blanco x C. paradisi Macfad

TNL

Tangelo

Tangelo

Tangelo

Tangelo

Citrus reticulata Blanco x C. sinensis (L.) Osb.

TNR

Tangor

Tangor

Tangor

Tangor

Citrus reticulata Blanco x Fortunella sp.

HMR

Kumandarin










Citrus suavissima hort. ex Tanaka

PMN











Citrus succosa hort. ex Tanaka

PMN











Citrus suhuiensis hort. ex Tanaka

PMN











Citrus sunki (Hayata) hort. ex Tanaka

HMA











Citrus tangerina hort. ex Tanaka

PMN











Citrus tardiferax hort. ex Tanaka

PMN











Citrus tardiva hort. ex Shirai

HMA











Citrus tarogayo hort. ex Yu. Tanaka

HMA











Citrus temple hort. ex Y. Tan. x C. paradisi Macfad

HMA

Siamelo










Citrus temple hort. ex Yu. Tanaka

TNR











Citrus tumida hort. ex Tanaka

HMA











Citrus unshiu Marcow.

SAT

Satsuma

Satsuma

Satsuma

Satsuma

Citrus yatsushiro hort. ex Tanaka

HMA











Citrus yuko hort. ex Tanaka

HMA











Tangelo x C. paradisi Macfad

HMA

Tangelolo










Tangor x C. temple hort. ex Y. Tan.

HMA

Tangorgelo











TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE


Alternative Names: 1

GROUP 1 – ALTERNATIVE NAMES AND CORRESPONDING SUBGROUPS 2

1.Subject of these Test Guidelines 5

2.Material Required 5

3.Method of Examination 6

3.1 Duration of Tests 6

3.2 Testing Place 6

3.3 Conditions for Conducting the Examination 6

3.4 Test Design 6

3.5 Number of Plants / Parts of Plants to be Examined 6

3.6 Additional Tests 6

4.Assessment of Distinctness, Uniformity and Stability 7

4.1 Distinctness 7

4.1.1 General Recommendations 7

4.1.2 Consistent Differences 7

4.1.3 Clear Differences 7

4.2 Uniformity 7

4.3 Stability 7

5.Grouping of Varieties and Organization of the Growing Trial 7

6.Introduction to the Table of Characteristics 8

6.1 Categories of Characteristics 8



6.1.1 Standard Test Guidelines Characteristics 8

6.1.2 Asterisked Characteristics 8

6.2 States of Expression and Corresponding Notes 8

6.3 Types of Expression 8

6.4 Example Varieties 9

6.5 Legend 9

6.6 Abbreviation 9

7.Table of Characteristics/Tableau des caractères/Merkmalstabelle/Tabla de caracteres 10

8.Explanations on the Table of Characteristics 35

8.1 Explanations covering several characteristics 35

8.2 Explanations for individual characteristics 36

9.Literature 43

10.Technical Questionnaire 44





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