2 edition of Taxonomy of Solanum section Lasiocarpa found in the catalog.
Taxonomy of Solanum section Lasiocarpa
Michael D. Whalen
|Statement||Michael D. Whalen, Denise E. Costich, and Charles B. Heiser.|
|Series||Gentes herbarum ;, v. 12, fasc. 2, Nov. 1981, Gentes herbarum ;, v. 12, fasc. 2.|
|Contributions||Costich, Denise E., Heiser, Charles B. 1920-|
|LC Classifications||QK3 .B23 vol. 12 fasc 2, QK495.S7 .B23 vol. 12 fasc 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 41-129 :|
|Number of Pages||129|
|LC Control Number||82118120|
Molecular systematics of Solanum series Circaeifolia (Solanum section Petota) based on AFLP and RAPD markers. pp. In: R.G. van den Berg, G. Barendse, G.W. van der Weerden, and C. Mariani (eds.). Solanaceae V: Progress in taxonomy and utilization. The Gourd Book, University of Oklahoma Press (Norman, OK), (With Michael D. Whalen and Denise E. Costich) Taxonomy of Solanum Section Lasiocarpa, L. H. Bailey Hortorium (Ithaca, NY), Of Plants and People, University of Oklahoma Press (Norman, OK), Two new species of Solanum section Crinitum are described m falciforme Farruggia, sp. nov., closely resembles Solanum crinitum and Solanum lycocarpum, but differs by the presence of falcate trichomes on the young is endemic to the cerrado and adjacent woodlands of Distrito Federal, Bahia, Goiás and Minas Gerais, Brazil.
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Karyotypic studies in Solanum section Lasiocarpa (Solanaceae). Amer. Bot. Cornucopia, a source book of edible plants Kampong Publications. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Taxonomy of Solanum section Lasiocarpa.
Gentes Herbarum Taxonomy of Solanum section Lasiocarpa. Gentes Herbarum Wu Zheng-yi & P. Raven et al., eds. Flora of China (English edition). Taxonomy of Solanum section Lasiocarpa.
Gentes Herb. Gentes Herb. Solanaceae source: a global taxonomic resource for the nightshade family (on-line resource). Heiser CB Jr () A new domesticated variety and relationships of Solanum lasiocarpum.
In: D’Arcy WG (ed) Solanaceae: biology and systematics. Columbia University Press, New York, pp – Google Scholar. carpa Dun. The present writer wishes to recognise a section with Solanum lasiocarpum Dun.
as the type species. Introduction of a completely new name would leave open the possibility that another writer might at some time assign Lasiocarpa Dun. to the rank of section and claim it had priority as a section from when first published by Dunal.
Solanum melongena L. (brinjal eggplant) is a member of a small monophyletic group (Eggplant clade) of mainly andromonoecious species in the large and diverse Leptostemonum clade of Solanum (previously referred to as subgenus Leptostemonum Bitter). Taxonomy of cultivated potatoes (Solanum sectionPetota: Solanaceae) boj_ ANNA OVCHINNIKOVA1, EKATERINA KRYLOVA1, TATJANA GAVRILENKO1, TAMARA SMEKALOVA1, MIKHAIL ZHUK1, SANDRA KNAPP2 and DAVID M.
SPOONER3* 1N. Vavilov Institute of Plant Industry, Bolshaya Morskaya Street, 42–44, St Petersburg,Russia 2Department of Botany. Full Text; PDF ( K) PDF-Plus ( K) Citing articles; Leaf epidermal characters of Brazilian species of Solanum section Torva as taxonomic evidence.
Kiriaki Nurit-Silva, a Rafael Costa-Silva, b Ionaldo J.L.D. Basílio, a Maria de Fátima Agra a a Programa de Pós-Graduação em Produtos Naturais e Sintéticos Bioativos, Centro de Biotecnologia, Seção de Botânica, Universidade Federal de.
Solanum section Lycopersicon (Solanaceae) includes the cultivated tomato (S. lycopersicum) and 12 additional wild relatives, endemic to western South America from Ecuador to northern Bolivia and Chile, and with two endemic species in the Galapagos Islands; weedy escaped forms of S.
lycopersicum are distributed worldwide. Two species in Solanum section Juglandifolia, distributed in Colombia. The Solanum sessile species group is one of eight putatively monophyletic subgroups of the large and diverse Solanum section Geminata.
The species group comprises ten species of mostly northern South American trees and shrubs. Characters and character states peculiar to Solanum are discussed in detail.
A new domesticated variety and relationships of Solanum lasiocarpum. Solanaceae: biology and systematics Knapp, S.
(–) Proposals to reject the names Solanum ferox and S. fuscatum (Solanaceae). Taxon Kunkel, G. Plants for human consumption ; Merrill, E.
An enumeration of Philippine flowering. section Lasiocarpa (Dunal) D'Arcy, subgenus Leptostemonum (Dunal) Bitter: Solanum sessi-liflorum Dunal and Solanum stramonifolium Jacq., each with prickled and unarmed forms.
If the management, cultivation, and human selec-tion of useful plants can lead to. These species, both placed in the section Lasiocarpa of Solanum, are the subjects of this paper. Keywords Chili Pepper Edible Fruit Fruit Flesh White Potato Meiotic Irregularity.
Global key: Whalen et al. () Taxonomy of Solanum section Lasiocarpa. Gentes Herbarum Overview: Bohs () A chloroplast phylogeny of Solanum section Lasiocarpa. Systematic Botany Solanum section Lasiocarpa includes about a dozen species with a center of diversity in the New World tropics. Solanum lasiocarpum and S.
repandum (sometimes considered to be conspecific as S. (,) Proposals to list Solanum indicum L. and Solanum sodomeum L. as rejected names under Article 69 of the ICBN. Taxon Taxon Hepper, F. Solanum lasiocarpum belongs to the Leptostemonum clade of Solanum (Bohs, ). Within Leptostemonum, it belongs to the Lasiocarpa clade, a monophyletic group that includes most of the species traditionally recognized in Solanum section Lasiocarpa Dunal (Whalen et al., ; the S.
quitoense species group of Whalen, ; Levin et al., ). Within this clade, chloroplast. Domestication process of two Solanum section Lasiocarpa species among Amerindians in the Upper Orinoco, Venezuela, with special focus on Piaroa Indians: stramonifolium is grown in dooryards. This difference is detectable to the Piaroas, as they recognize in their folk taxonomy three different varieties of S.
sessiliflorum and one of S. Taxonomy of Solanum section Lasiocarpa. Gentes Herb. – *We would like to thank Jorge Soria, Mario Lobo, Lynn Bohs, Jan Salick, and Donald Burton for their help and acknowledge the assistance of the National Science Foundation which has supported much of our research on the Solanaceae over the years.
The “spiny solanums,” Solanum subgenus Leptostemonum (Solanaceae), comprise a large lineage with over species and include the cultivated eggplant, Solanum e the importance of this subgenus, phylogenetic relationships among these taxa are currently unclear.
The present research contributes to this understanding while focusing on Solanum section Acanthophora, a group of. Domestication Process of Two SOLANUM Section Lasiocarpa Species Among Amerindians in the Upper Orinoco, Venezuela, with Special Focus on Piaroa Indians April.
The identity of “Solanum adenophorum” in New South Wales and Victoria. Australian Systematic Botany Society Newsletter 6. BEAN, A.R. (b). New prostrate taxa in Solanum subg. Leptostemonum (Dunal in DC.) Bitter (Solanaceae) from eastern Australia.
Austrobaileya 6(2): – BEAN, A.R. The taxonomy and ecology of Solanum subg. Biosystematics of Solanum L., section Solanum (Maurella).
The biology and taxonomy of the Solanacae Henderson, R. Solanum nigrum L. (Solanaceae) and related species in Australia. Contr. Queensland Herb. Knapp, S. et al. A revision of the morelloid clade of Solanum L.(Solanaceae) in North and Central America and.
Lulo, (Solanum quitoense Lam), Solanaceae, is an Andean fruit, of the Lasiocarpa section, which includes, according to different researchers, between 11 and 13 species of shrubs or small trees (Whalen et al.,Heiser,Bohs, ). SolanumL. section Solanumis a pantropical group of about 55 species, most of which are found in the New World, and about 10 in Africa; the group forms part of the Morelloid clade of Bohs ().
Solanum nigrumL. is the type species for the section, and of the genus. Volpato G, Marcucci R, Tornadore N, Paoletti MG () Domestication process of two Solanum section Lasiocarpa species among Amerindians in the Upper Orinoco, Venezuela, with special focus on Piaroa Indians.
Econ Bot – CrossRef Google Scholar. The section Lasiocarpa has also furnished a number of edible fruits. Solanum quitoense Lam., generally known as "naranjilla" in Ecuador and "lulo" in Co-lombia, clearly produces one of the finest fruits of any plant (Fig.
la). Unfortu-nately, diseases are now. Abstract A summary of progress in molecular phylogenetic studies of Solanaceae indicates that with over 50 published studies, more than 90% of genera and 37% of species have been sampled. Circumscription of Solanaceae now includes Nolanaceae, Goetzeaceae, Duckeodendron, and Sclerophylax.
Solanum is a large and diverse genus of flowering plants, which include three food crops of high economic importance, the potato, the tomato and the also contains the nightshades and horse nettles, as well as numerous plants cultivated for their ornamental flowers and fruit.
Solanum species show a wide range of growing habits, such as annual and perennials, vines, subshrubs, shrubs. Nee’s contributions to the knowledge of this family (and particularly of genus Solanum) are many and remarkable, and include his Ph.D.
thesis on the taxonomy of section Acanthophora. Flowers of Solanum generally are actinomorphic with a 5-lobed calyx and corolla, 5 stamens, and a 2-carpellate superior m anthers dehisce (open) by terminal pores, although in many species the pores elongate into slits with age.
The filaments are usually very short, and in many species the anthers are connate into a tight cone around the style. Read "Domestication process of two Solanum section lasiocarpa species among Amerindians in the upper orinoco, venezuela, with special focus on Piaroa Indians, Economic Botany" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.
Anderson GJ () Systematic and evolutionary consideration of species of Solanum, section Basarthrum. In: Hawkes JG, Lester RN, Skelding AD (eds) The biology and the taxonomy of the Solanaceae. Academic Press, for the Linnaean society of London, pp – Google Scholar.
Lasiocarpa of Solanum subgenus Leptostemonum. All members of section Lasiocarpa are sexually reproducing, self-compatible, and andromonoecious, producing both hermaphroditic and staminate ﬂowers (Whalen et al., ). The four species included were chosen to incorporate variation within section Lasiocarpa.
Overall Solanum Phylogeny. Several projects have focused on phylogenetic relationships in the entire genus Solanum and in some of its component clades. Solanum, with approximately species, is one of the largest genera of flowering plants. As such, its taxonomy has been complicated and systematists have avoided work on it.
In accordance, the Colombian Corporation for Agricultural Research -CORPOICA- maintains entries of lulos and related species from the Lasiocarpa section, and 75 tree tomatoes and related taxa from Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Brazil, Venezuela, Costa Rica, Trinidad and India, together with a large representation from Colombia itself.
Acclimatization trials of the two tropical species Solanum sessiliflorum (cocona) and Solanum stramonifolium (coconilla) from Amazonas Venezuela, were carried out at the Botanical Garden of Padua. sessiliflorum exhibited a greater difference between the Botanical Garden and the native environment.
Plant growth was reduced and pollination was difficult; despite numerous blooms few fruits. Eggplant (US, Australia, New Zealand, anglophone Canada), aubergine (UK, Ireland, Quebec, and most of mainland Western Europe) or brinjal (South Asia, South Africa) is a plant species in the nightshade family Solanaceae.
Solanum melongena is grown worldwide for its edible fruit. Most commonly purple, the spongy, absorbent fruit is used in several cuisines. The results indicate that the taxonomy of Solanum sections and subgenera including several species should be reconsidered.
The AFLP technique was revealed as an efficient tool in determining. Introduction. Genus Solanum L. is the type genus of the family Solanaceae and comprises about species constituting the largest and most complex genus within this family, it distributed in the temperate and tropical regions of the world (Jennifer and James, ).In the Egyptian flora, the genus Solanum is represented by nine wild species, namely; S.
coagulans, S. Solanum is one of the largest plant genera and exhibits a wide range of morphological m section Gonatotrichum, the focus of this study, is unique within the genus because of its fruits that swell with turgor pressure and explosively dehisce to disperse the infer phylogenetic relationships within section Gonatotrichum using DNA sequence data from two nuclear regions.The Linked Data Service provides access to commonly found standards and vocabularies promulgated by the Library of Congress.
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