genus Lycopersicon

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Synonyms for genus Lycopersicon

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Tomato, pests, parasitoids, and predators: tritrophic interactions involving the genus Lycopersicon. Annual Review of Entomology, v.48, p.51-72, 2003.
The genus Lycopersicon, an historical, biological, and taxonomic survey of the wild and cultivated tomatoes.
It is one of the significant vegetable crops of special economic importance in the horticultural industry, originating in South America and its many varieties are now commonly grown in greenhouses in cooler climates(He et al.,2003).Itis the most popular garden vegetable belongs to the genus Lycopersicon, the resemblance between leaves and flowers of potato and tomato plants seems to certify this taxonomic grouping (Wang et al., 2005 and Shidfar et al., 2011).