The “Palo de tomate” or tree tomato

@article{Hume2008TheD,
  title={The “Palo de tomate” or tree tomato},
  author={E. P. Hume and Harold F. Winters},
  journal={Economic Botany},
  year={2008},
  volume={3},
  pages={140-142}
}
Widely known throughout the tropics of the world but not abundantly cultivated outside its native Andean home, this fruit offers a desirable addition to the food resources of warmer climates. 

Ethnobotany of the genusCyphomandra (Solanaceae)

  • L. Bohs
  • Environmental Science
    Economic Botany
  • 2008
Plants of the genusCyphomandra (Solanaceae) have long been utilized for their edible fruits in their native Latin America and may have considerable potential for future exploitation.

Hybrids of Solanum corymbiflorum and S. diploconos (Solanaceae) – a hope for new commercial varieties of edible fruits

Solanum diploconos (Mart.) Bohs („guava tamarillo”) and Solanum corymbiflorum (Sendtn.) Bohs („hardy tamarillo”) are wild relatives to subtropical, orchard, small tree – Solanum betaceum Cav. (called

Effect of ethylene on somatic embryogenesis of tamarillo (Solanum betaceum Cav.)

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