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Analyse sensorielle en horticulture ornementale

Abstract : Aesthetic quality is an important criterion for assessing ornamental plants, and needs objective measurements. In previous works, we have adapted the tools of sensory analysis to the measurement of the visual quality of the rosebush. Some applications allowed the validation of this method. However, its implementation is expensive. In order to reduce this cost, focusing on floribundity, we compared the sensory methods to other more conventional methods: morphometric measurements, and the methodology used by the Union for the Protection of New Varieties of Plants (UPOV). Rosebushes from four varieties, used by UPOV as reference varieties to scale the number of flowers, were grown in Angers from 2009 to 2011. They were assessed, using the three methodologies. The results, highlighting a strong correlation between these methods, are discussed.
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Pierre Santagostini, Morgan Garbez, Sabine Demotes-Mainard, Lydie Huché-Thélier, Vincent Guérin, et al.. Analyse sensorielle en horticulture ornementale. AgroStat 2014: 13èmes Journées Agro-Industrie et Méthodes Statistiques, Mar 2014, Rabat, Maroc. ⟨hal-01233407⟩



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