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A Chloroplast DNA Phylogeny of Solanum Section Lasiocarpa

@inproceedings{Espinosa2005ACD,
  title={A Chloroplast DNA Phylogeny of Solanum Section Lasiocarpa},
  author={C. Espinosa},
  year={2005}
}
Solanum section Lasiocarpa includes about a dozen species with a center of diversity in the New World tropics. Solanum lasiocarpum and S. repandum (sometimes considered to be conspeciŽc as S. ferox) have an Old World distribution in Asia and the PaciŽc Islands. Several species in this section produce edible fruits, and two, the lulo or naranjilla (S. quitoense) and the cocona (S. sessiliorum) are cultivated commercially. Phylogenetic relationships in Solanum section Lasiocarpa were… Expand
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