melongena L) is among the traditional fruit and leafy vegetables that are cultivated by many Nigeria communities.
This discovery is a step toward understanding the natural insect resistance of Solanum
pennellii plants, which could enable the introduction of this trait into cultivated tomatoes using traditional breeding practices.
A significant association between Liriomyza huidobrensis leafminers and Alternaria solani fungus is reported here for the first time in a commercial potato (Solanum
tuberosum) field in Brazil.
melongena L.) is an important solanaceous vegetable crop in Southeast Asia (Kantharajha and Golegaonkar, 2004; Thapa, 2010).
melongena L.) peel as a potential functional ingredient in pan de sal.
En base a los resultados obtenidos en las evaluaciones se seleccionaron dos variedades tetraploides, nativas de Huancavelica (CIP y FEDECH, 2006), para el presente trabajo: Yana Manwa (Solanum
surattense, Steroids, Steroidal saponins, Structure elucidation.
It appears that there is no scientific report on the phytochemistry of Solanum
retroflexum despite the fact that the people in Venda region, Limpopo province, South Africa, consume the leaves as food.
surattense, belonging to the family Solanaceae is a prostrate herb (Yousaf et al., 2010).
Molecular studies resulted in changes of infrageneric positions, with the inclusion of Lycopersicon and Cyphomandra in Solanum
(Bohs, 1995), outlining broader phylogenetic hypotheses both for the family and for the genus (Agra et al., 2009).
The report, published online Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences journal, is probably the first archaeological study to identify a spud-bearing species native to the southwestern United States 6 Solanum
jamesii 6 an important part of the ancient human diets.
A INTERRELACAO ENTRE A MORFOLOGIA FLORAL DE Solanum
lycocarpum E O TAMANHO CORPORAL DAS ABELHAS VISITANTES GARANTE O SUCESSO REPRODUTIVO?
Burbank did not take the most scientific approach to his breeding efforts, and in this case had not created a new variety but instead propagated a previously cultivated but largely unknown plant from Africa called "gsoba," which has only been recently identified as Solanum
Direct shoot regeneration was established from leaf, petiole and nodal explants from in vitro and field grown plants of Solanum
nigrum on Murashige and Skoog (MS), and Gamborg's (B5) media containing different levels of plant growth regulator, Thidiazuron (TDZ).