Stewart Kowalski

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 Glycoalkaloids are quantitatively inherited in Solanum, and in high concentrations they can be toxic to humans. The increased use of wild potato germplasm to improve the pest resistance, yield, and(More)
  Solanum chacoense Bitter, a wild relative of the cultivated potato, produces several glycoalkaloids, including solanine, chaconine, and the leptines. The foliar-specific leptine glycoalkaloids are(More)