Inmaculada Moreno Alías

  1. Analysis of genotype influence on the agronomic and morphogenetic components of flower quality in olive cultivars; Characterization of flower quality of traditional and new cultivars, and wild olives; Parental genetic influence on floral quality parameters.
  2. Evaluation and determination of olive hedgerow management criteria (orientation and pruning) with the aim of optimizing flowering and productivity.
  3. Characterization of the flowering transition phase for olive trees from seedlings (juvenility) and cuttings (unproductivity)

Moreno-Alías, I., León, L., De la Rosa, R., and Rapoport, H. 2009. Morphological and anatomical evaluation of adult and juvenile leaves of olive plants. Trees 23:181–187.

Moreno-Alías, I., Rapoport, H., López, R., León, L., and De la Rosa, R. 2010. Optimizing Early Flowering and Pre-selection for Short Juvenile Period in Olive Seedlings. HortScience 45:519–522.

Moreno-Alías, I., Rapoport H.F., León, L., De la Rosa, R. 2010. Olive seedling first-flowering position and management. Scientia Horticulturae, 24: 74-77.

Rosati, A., Caporali, S., Hammami, S., Moreno-Alías, I., Paoletti, A., and Rapoport H. 2012. Tissue size and cell number in the olive (Olea europaea) ovary determine tissue growth and partitioning in the fruit. Functional Plant Biology 39: 580–587.

Moreno-Alías, I., De la Rosa, R., and Rapoport, H. 2013. Floral quality components of a new olive cultivar and its parents. Scientia Horticulturae 154: 17–19.