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Trifolium acaule

Known as: Trifolium acaule A.Rich. 
National Institutes of Health

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2013
2013
We isolated 116 unique microsatellite sequences from an enriched genomic library generated from a single colony of the temperate… 
2012
2012
In total, 154 accessions of wild potato species from VIR’s potato collection were screened at IHAR-PIB Młochów Research Center… 
Review
2008
Review
2008
Potato is one of the most important world vegetables with respect to value of production and nutritional impact. Frost… 
2002
2002
Solanum acaule Bitter is a wild, disomic tetraploid potato species widely distributed in the South America. In this study… 
Highly Cited
2000
Highly Cited
2000
Arabidopsis and most other Brassicaceae produce an elongated inflorescence of mainly ebracteate flowers. However, the early… 
1997
1997
The nature of the protocorm of theOrchidaceae has fascinated morphologists for more than a century. In the present study, the… 
1988
1988
SummaryHybrids between Solanum etuberosum and S. pinnatisectum harboring resistance to titer buildup of potato leafroll virus… 
1975
1975
Zusammenfassung20 verschiedene Kartoffelsorten (zugelassen in der DDR, 1971) konnten — mit einer Ausnahme —leicht mit dem GMV… 
Highly Cited
1973
Highly Cited
1973
SummarySolanum bulbocastanum (2n=2x=24) has valuable characters for potato breeding, but cannot be hybridized directly with S… 
1967
1967
SummaryEighty eight accessions representing 38Solanum species were tested artificially for their reaction to the root knot…