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Cover for Crop Domestication and Indigenous Crops

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Light brown apple moth adults are highly sexually dimorphic and variable in wing pattern and colour, although a lighter, diamond-shaped area...

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Cover for Cynara cardunculus var. scolymus (globe artichoke)

Artichoke or globe artichoke is probably one of the first ever cultivated vegetables. This cool season crop is grown mainly in Europe, with Italy...

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The apothecium has a stipe and a cup- or saucer-shaped disc. A hymenium layer, consisting of asci and paraphyses, develops on the upper surface of...

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Naturally distributed in southeast Asia, shiitake mushrooms are grown worldwide and are the second most popular edible mushrooms after button...

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Growing wild as saprophytes on trees across temperate regions and in the cooler seasons in subtropical areas, oyster mushrooms are cultivated...

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Cover for Carica papaya (pawpaw)

Pawpaw (Carica papaya L.) is a popular fruit native to tropical America. It is usually grown for its small to large melon-like fruit. It is an...

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Cover for Eriobotrya japonica (loquat)

Originating in China but grown widely, the loquat tree may only be grown in a few countries as a fruit crop, but is cultivated in many countries as...

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Cover for Fragaria ananassa (strawberry)

The cultivated strawberry, Fragaria × ananassa (Rosaceae), is a regular part of the diets of millions of people. It was derived from natural crosses...

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Jaboticaba is a small, slow-growing, tree, native to the central-south of Brazil. Among the well-known species, the most important are Myrciaria...

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