The Genus ACTINIDIA
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Kiwifruit: A World Monograph of the Genus Actindia includes extensive and full coverage of scientific and applied information ranging from basic taxonomy, population genetics, and natural resources/distribution to domestication history and breeding/cultivars, and to culture and international production and commercialization.
Kiwifruit: A World Monograph of the Genus Actindia gathers information not previously available in the English language providing an authoritative reference for professionals, including taxonomists, horticulturist, breeders, conservationist and kiwifruit technicians and extension specialists and college teachers, as well as policy makers of industry and governments. In addition to those in the academic and professional sectors, horticultural and botanical enthusiasts will find the information presented highly accessible.
- The first world monograph on the genus Actinidia (kiwifruit)
- Presents up-to-date research based content on everything kiwi, including new and critical information about kiwi germplasm and taxonomy from China, the native country of kiwi
- Provides authoritative and detailed descriptions for each species with extensive color illustrations and information accumulated from author s 30 years research
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He is best known for kiwifruit (Actinidia) research and breeding and responsible for founding Actinidia section of Chinese Horticultural Society and has served as Chairman since 2002. He developed and released novel yellow-fleshed kiwifruit cultivars (Actinidia chinensis) grown worldwide for commercial production. His long time research focused in Actinidia are well received by the world kiwifruit research community as well as world kiwifruit industry and highly valued him a lifetime achievement award by ISHS Kiwifruit Working Group in 2010.
He is author of >200 publications and holder of 15 registered or patented cultivars. He is currently Secretary General of International Association of Botanic Gardens (IABG), Vice chairman of Chinese Botanical Society and coordinator of East Asia Botanical Gardens Network. Professor Huang also serves as chair of ISHS Kiwifruit Working Group two terms (1999-2002; 2010-present).