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Systematics, Diversity, Genetics, and Evolution of Wild and Cultivated Potatoes
The common potato, Solanum tuberosum L., is the third most important food crop and is grown and consumed worldwide. Indigenous cultivated (landrace) potatoes and wild potato species, all classifiedExpand
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Mexico, 1988 potato germplasm collecting expedition and utility of the Mexican potato species
A joint Danish, Mexican, United States wild potato (Solanum sect.Petota) germplasm collecting expedition was conducted in Mexico between Aug. 21-Oct. 20, 1988. The trip resulted in 93 seed and 25Expand
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Wild potato (Solanum sect.Petota) germplasm collecting expedition to Mexico in 1993, with special reference toSolanum bulbocastanum Dunal andS. cardiophyllum Lindley
SummaryA joint Mexico/United States expedition collected wild potato (Solanum sect.Petota) germplasm in Mexico between August 1–31, 1993. The purpose of the expedition was to expand germplasm andExpand
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Multivariate analysis of morphological diversity among closely related Daucus species and subspecies in Tunisia
Abstract The genus Daucus includes about 20–25 species worldwide. Northern Africa represents a major center of diversity of Daucus, with Tunisia thought to contain 11 species and seven subspecies.Expand
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Solarium SectionPetota in Costa Rica: Taxonomy and genetic resources
Prior to 1996, worldwide holdings of germplasm of wild potatoes from Costa Rica amounted to just two collections; this country therefore formed a priority for collecting. We mapped all localities ofExpand
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Jaltomata bohsiana: A New Species and Key to the Jaltomata (Solanaceae) of Mexico
Abstract A new species of Jaltomata Schltdl. (Solanaceae) from Mexico is described and a key to the Jaltomata of Mexico is provided. Known only from the type locality, J. bohsiana Mione & D. M.Expand
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