Cucumis


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Abak, "Hiyarda (Cucumis sativus L.) in situ uyartim sonucu elde edilen haploid embriyolardan in vitro haploid bitki olucturma," Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry, vol.
Choose Cucumis melo varieties resistant to powdery mildew for top flavor and productivity.
En Chile, se distribuye ampliamente y tiene como hospederos a Cucumis melo (Linneo, 1753), Phaseolus vulgaris (Linneo, 1753), Medicago sativa (Linneo, 1753), Prunus persica (L.
"We analyzed specific segments of the genetic material from herbarium specimens of more than 100 Cucumis species.
The Advanced Skin Brightening Formula contains 250 mg of GliSODin (Cucumis melo) fruit, acerola (125 mg), vitamin E (25 IU), selenium (25 meg), borage seed oil (500 mg), CoQIO (15 mg) and Lyc-O-Mato lycopene extract (20 mg).
Cantaloupe (Cucumis melo L.) flowers require visiting bees to transfer pollen for seed set (Gorelick 2001; Cane 2002).
They are the bitter gourd Citrullus colocynthis, which is widespread on both sandy ground and on gravel and the wild cucumber Cucumis prophetarum found throughout the Hajar Mountains.
colocasiae infection herein was in agreement with that reported for resistant cvs of muskmelon Cucumis melo upon infection with Pseudoperonospora cubensis (Reuveni et al.
They suggest that netted cantaloupes be replaced with nonnetted melon genotypes, such as an orange-fleshed honeydew (Cucumis melo, Inodorus group).