2 edition of group of western American Solanums. found in the catalog.
group of western American Solanums.
S. B. Parish
|Statement||By S.B. Parish.|
|Series||Proceedings of the California academy of sciences. 3d series. Botany., vol. II. no. 5|
|LC Classifications||Q11 .C24 vol. 2, no. 5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p.l., 159-172 p.|
|Number of Pages||172|
|LC Control Number||07023274|
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Author/Creator: Parish, S. (Samuel Bonsall), Publication: San Francisco: The Academy, Series: Proceedings of the California academy of sciences. A Group of Western American Solanums () by Samuel Bonsall Parish,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Samuel Bonsall Parish.
By using our website you A Group of Western American Solanums () Samuel Bonsall Parish. 23. A fair number of the species in categories 2, 3, and 4 belong to a recently-radiated [4,5] group of “spiny solanums” (i.e.
Solanum subgenus Leptostemonum, a clade of ca. species with highest levels of species richness in both Old and New World Tropics) known as the “Solanum dioicum group” [6,7], a set of perhaps 30 species Cited by: 2. One River is a dual biography, an ethnobotanical study of a region and its people, and a snapshot in time.
The book combines Davis' own fieldwork in Colombia, Ecuador, Brazil, Peru, and Bolivia in the late s, while retracing the groundbreaking work of his mentor, Richard Evans Schultes, in the s within the same region/5. This is a list of species in the plant genus may be up to approximately species worldwide.
With some accepted specific and infra-specific taxa of the more than 4, described, the genus Solanum contains more species than any other genus in the family Solanaceae and it is one of the largest among the angiosperms.
Phylogenetic analysis of. "A Group of Western American Solanums." Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci. ser. 3 – USDA, ARS, Germplasm Resources Information Network. Solanum wallacei in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service.
Accessed on Oct InPeter Martyr (Anghiera ) wrote that Columbus brought home "pepper more pungent than that from the Caucasus." Chile spread rapidly across Europe into India, China, and Japan. The new spice, unlike most of the solanums from the Western Hemisphere, was incorporated into the cuisines instantaneously.
PA-PH: In the following names, the stressed vowel is the one preceding the stress mark. ," "A Contribution Toward a Knowledge of the Genus Washingtonia," "The Immigrant Plants of Southern California," and "A Group of Western American Solanums." About William Parish, David Hollombe provides the following: "William served in the Civil War as.
"A Group of Western American Solanums." Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci. ser. 3 – Torrey, J. (""). "Routes in California to connect with the routes near the thirty-fifth and thirty-second parallels, and route near the thirty-second parallel, between the Rio Grande and Pimas Villages, explored by lieutenant John G.
Parke, Corps of. The group is sister to the species-rich monophyletic Old World clade of spiny solanums.
The species of the group have an amphitropical distribution, with three species in Mexico and the. Kumba Group plants produce large, glabrousleaves that can be used as a green vegetable, as well as large, grooved fruits of 5–10 cm in diameter that are picked green, or even red, and stewed or eaten Aculeatum Group comprises purely ornamental plants, probably produced inEurope by hybridisation between S.
aethiopicum Kumba Group and by: The object of this book is to present, more particularly, another type of garden, demonstrating the cultured American's love of beauty expressed through plant life rather than in stone; showing the development of his ideal in more original directions, when planning for himself the garden spot in which he is to live rather than when building.
About this book. Solanum subgenus Leptostemonum (Solanaceae) in continental Africa and Madagascar contains 76 native and 10 introduced species; the native species form part of a monophyletic clade of Old World spiny solanums, while the introduced taxa are from the New World and are members of other spiny Solanum clades.
The Morelloid Clade, also known as the black nightshades or “Maurella” (Morella), is one of the 10 major clades within the mega-diverse genus Solanum L.
The clade is most species rich in the central to southern Andes, but species occur around the tropics and subtropics, some extending well into the temperate by: 1. Solanum nigrum, the European black nightshade or simply black nightshade or blackberry nightshade, is a species in the genus Solanum, native to Eurasia and introduced in the Americas, Australasia, and South berries and cooked leaves of edible strains are used as food in some locales, and plant parts are used as a traditional medicine.A tendency exists in literature Family: Solanaceae.
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It looks all the world like Solanum crispum of English gardens, but it belongs to Tiina’s group of Morelloid solanums. Hmmmm. Hmmmm. The find of the day, however, was the wild tomato species Solanum chmielewskii – previously only known from three collections from the department of Apurimac!.
Growing Guide References. These are the references cited throughout The Cultivariable Growing Guide. Abdalla, M. M. F. (). Inbreeding, heterosis, fertility, plasmon differentiation and Phytophthora resistance in Solanum verrucosum Schlechtd., and some interspecific crosses in .1.
Introduction. Western South America is the primary center of the origin and diversity of the potato crop and its wild relatives.
Contemporary landrace gene pools occur from 45° south in Chile to 12° northern latitude in Colombia (Hawkes, ).Wild relatives of the potato (Solanum section Petota; Solanaceae) have a much wider distribution range and occur from northern Cited by: 7.A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z - and of course if you want to find any author who you suspect.