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African spiny Solanum (subgenus Leptostemonum, Solanaceae): a thorny phylogenetic tangle
Although most diverse in the New World tropics, approximately 100 species of Solanum (Solanaceae) are native to continental Africa and Madagascar. The majority of these are ‘spiny solanums’ (subgenusExpand
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Molecular delimitation of clades within New World species of the "spiny solanums" (Solanum subg. Leptostemonum)
Abstract Solanum subg. Leptostemonum contains approximately 350–450 species, including the cultivated eggplant, S. melongena. Most species placed in this subgenus form a monophyletic group, theExpand
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Zygomorphy and Heteranthery in Solanum in a Phylogenetic Context
The majority of species in the large genus Solanum (ca. 1500 species) have five-merous, radially symmetrical flowers with equal stamens. However, some Solanum species and groups are characterized byExpand
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Anaerobic treatment of textile dyeing wastewater.
Aerobic treatment commonly applied to textile wastewater results in good or even excellent removal of organic load. This is not, however, accompanied by an equally good removal of colour. TraditionalExpand
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Phylogenetic Relationships in Solanum Section Androceras (Solanaceae)
Abstract The Leptostemonum clade of Solanum contains approximately 350–450 species, including the cultivated eggplant, S. melongena. This clade is characterized by the presence of prickles andExpand
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A Revision of Solanum Section Gonatotrichum
Abstract Solanum section Gonatotrichum (Solanaceae) includes eight species native to North, Central, and South America. Plants of this section are herbs to woody shrubs that lack spines, areExpand
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Two new species of Solanum (Solanaceae) from the Amotape-Huancabamba Zone of southern Ecuador and northern Peru
Abstract Two new species of Solanum subgenus Leptostemonum from southern Ecuador and northern Peru are described here. Solanum rubicaule S. Stern, sp. nov., is a member of sect. Torva and isExpand
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two new species of s olanum from ecuador are described here. Solanum manabiense s. stern is a member of s olanum section gona totrichum. it is most similar to s . deflexum, s . turneroides, and s .Expand
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Checklist of Solanum of north-central Peru, a hotspot of biological diversity
The north-central area of Peru is one of the most biodiverse regions of the Neotropics. The low mountain ranges that make up this area create a mosaic of habitats which, combined with the convergenceExpand
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