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The potential of AFLPs in biosystematics: A first application inSolanum taxonomy(Solanaceae)
Using the AFLP technique highly informative DNA fingerprints were generated from 19 taxa ofSolanum sect.Petota (potatoes) and three taxa ofSolanum sect.Lycopersicum (tomatoes). Both phenetic and… Expand
Collapse of morphological species in the wild potato Solanum brevicaule complex (Solanaceae: sect. Petota).
The major cultivated potato, Solanum tuberosum, and six other related cultivated species, are hypothesized to have arisen from a group of weedy relatives indigenous to the central Andes of central… Expand
A biosystematic analysis of Solanum acaule
- J. Kardolus
This thesis describes a biosysternatic analysis of the allotetraploid species Solanum acaule . Solanum acaule is one of the circa 200 tuber-bearing Solanum species ( Solanum sect. Petota ,… Expand
The origin of Solanum juzepczukii
The wild ancestors of cultivated potato: the brevicaule‐complex
SUMMARY The closest relatives of the cultivated potato comprise a group of morphologically very similar species, which have been designated as the brevicaule-complex. The interrelationships among… Expand
Isolation of the lily embryo sac
SummaryA 5%–8% yield of isolated embryo sacs of Lilium longiflorum was obtained using an enzymatic isolation procedure. The best results were obtained with a maceration mixture containing mannitol,… Expand
AFLP, a new molecular marker technique applied to potato taxonomy.
The inflorescence architecture of Solanum acaule and related taxa of Solanum section Petota (Solanaceae).
The floral abscission zone in series Acaulia and related taxa of Solanum section Petota
Species of the genus Solanum usually possess pedicels with a floral abscission zone, which is designated the "articulation" or "joint." A distinct group of tuber-bearing wild potatoes, series… Expand