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Natural hybridization between Solanum acaule Bitt. and S. megistacrolobum Bitt. in the province of jujuy, Argentina
SummaryEvidence is provided that hybridization of the tetraploid (2n=4x=48), self-fertile tuber-bearing species Solanum acaule Bitt. with the diploid (2n=2x=24), self-incompatible, tuber-bearing S.…
Exploration, conservation and evaluation of potato germplasm in Argentina
- K. A. Okada
- GeographyPotato Research
- 1 September 1976
SummaryThe activities of the Potato Germ Plasm Centre at Balcarce, Argentina, since its creation in 1970, are outlined. This Centre was developed by INTA (National Institute of Agricultural…
Solatium malacoxylon Sendtner: A toxic plant in Argentina
It has been found that this plant causes a disease known as “Enteque seco” which is characterized by the calcification of soft tissues, especially heart, kidneys and lungs.
Natural triploid hybrids between Solanum acauleBitter and S. infundibuliformePhilippi in the province of Jujuy, Argentina
The occurrence of natural triploid hybrids between tetraploid Solanum acaule and diploid S. infundibuliformePhilippi both tuber-bearing Solanums, in the Puna region of Jujuy, is reported.
High Frequency of Triploids of Solanum microdontum Subsp. Gigantophyllum on the Western Mountain Ranges of Provinces La Rioja and Catamarca, Argentina
- K. A. Okada
- Environmental Science
- 1 July 1981
Collecting potatoes in northwest Argentina, 1983
Compte rendu sommaire d'une expedition dans les zones montagneuses des provinces de Salta et de Jujuy liste et repartition des especes inventoriees
Electrophoresis of the tuber proteins in wild tuberous Solanum species (Solanaceae).
Although protein variations were encountered within and between species, tuber protein profiles were useful to determine phenetic relationships among the taxa studied in the present work and there is congruence between the present data and results obtained in previous morphological research.
Abstracts 60th annual meeting The Potato Association of America