Solanum


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Starch granules of Solanum jamesii extracted from ground stone tools establish wild potato use as early as 10,900610,100 calendar years B.
DOES THE INTERRELATION BETWEEN Solanum lycocarpum FLORAL MORPHOLOGY AND VISITOR BEES BODY SIZE WARRANT REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS?
While many people think black nightshade and its American counterpart, Solanum americanum berries are poisonous, depending on genetic strain and location conditions, this and some other species in this group can be edible--be careful and do your research
Keywords: Direct shoot regeneration; General Linear Model; Solanum nigrum; Thidiazuron (TDZ)
Key words: Spatial variation, Nutritional composition, Elemental profile, Solanum nigrum, District Mianwali
Fresh seeds of Solanum indicum were purchased from the local traders and shade dried to obtain a completely dried product, the voucher specimen FA 273/16 was deposited in herbarium of the Department of Pharmacology.
Se encontraron semillas del genero Ficus en el 70% de los individuos (en todas las especies), Piper en el 30% de los individuos (en tres especies), Philodendron en el 13% de los individuos (en dos especies) y Solanum en solo un individuo de la especie S.
The objective of this study was to analyze the effect of colchicine and oryzalin treatment on the tetraploid plants and leaf anatomy in the Solanum commersonii subsp.
These results collaborate with the findings of (Denton and Nwangburuka, 2011) who reported negative correlation between number of branches per plant and fruit yield in eggplant Solanum anguivi.
Fruit from the bush tomato plant Solanum ossicruentum bears little resemblance to its cultivated cousins.
Solanum xanthocarpum Schrad and Wendl family solanaceae commonly known as the Indian night shade or yellow berried night shade(English) and Kantkari (Sanskrit).
Purpose: To evaluate the antihypertensive and diuretics potential of the methanol extract from Solanum capsicoides All.