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An ethnobotanical field study of promitive potato varieties in Peru
SummaryIn field studies carried out at Cuyo-Cuyo, southern Peru, an area of traditional agriculture, the varietal and ploidy richness of two potato fields cultivated by the Quechua Indians wasExpand
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Performance and variability of diploid and tetraploid potato families
  • P. R. Rowe
  • Biology
  • American Potato Journal
  • 1 August 1967
SummaryThe performance and variability of 11 diploid and 11 tetraploid potato hybrid families were investigated during two growing seasons at Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. The tetraploid families wereExpand
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ANEUPLOIDS FROM TRIPLOID-DIPLOID CROSSES IN THE SERIES TUBEROSA OF THE GENUS SOLANUM
Triploid-diploid crosses yielded nearly 75% aneuploid progeny. Of these, 60% were trisomics (2n = 25) and the rest ranged from 2n = 26 to 2n = 29. The most productive parents were those involving t...
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Inbreeding in cultivated diploid potatoes
SummaryThe effects of inbreeding in cultivated diploid potatoes were studied by using self-fertile hybrids from crosses between Group Phureja and Group Stenotomum and haploids of Group Tuberosum. S1,Expand
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Performance of diploid and vegetatively doubled clones of Phureja-haploid tuberosum hybrids
  • P. R. Rowe
  • Biology
  • American Potato Journal
  • 1 June 1967
SummaryThe performance of 15 diploid clones and their vegetatively doubled counterparts was evaluated in the field for 2 years. The diploid clones produced more stems and were taller 4 weeks afterExpand
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Frost resistance among theSolanum species in the ir-1 potato collection
SummaryFive-hundred eighty-six wild and cultivated introductions representing 82Solanum species maintained in the IR-1 Potato Collection were evaluated in the field for frost resistance followingExpand
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Solanum ajanhuiri: An important diploid potato cultivated in the andean altiplano
A field study has shown that the primitive frost-resistant species Solanum ajanhuiri comprises more intra-specific variability than previously reported. A new group of 5 cultivars of S. ajanhuiriExpand
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A root inoculation technique to screen potato seedlings for resistance toPseudomonas solanacearum
A seedling inoculation technique for screening potato progenies for resistance toPseudomonas solanacearum was devised, and the effect of certain treatment variables on efficiency of the technique wasExpand
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The nature of Solanum × chauchaJuz. et Buk., a triploid cultivated potato of the South American Andes
SummaryThe variation in Solanum × chauchaJuz. et Buk. (2n=3x=36) was studied using 114 accessions from the Potato Collection maintained by the International Potato Center. These accession representedExpand
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