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Cover for Crop Domestication and Indigenous Crops

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Colonies moderately fast-growing, white at first, with little aerial mycelium and a regular margin, turning dark-green to blackish green from the...

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Cover for Cichorium endivia (endives)

Endive is a close relative of chicory. The foliage resembles that of some loose-leaf lettuces, but it is not a type of lettuce, as is commonly...

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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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Cover for Adansonia digitata (baobab)

The tree is large (10-25 m in height), with a round canopy and a swollen trunk (3-10 m diameter). The African baobab (Adansonia digitata L.,...

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No description of eggs or nymphs could be found. However, nymphs resemble adults. except that nymphs are smaller and wingless.Adults range from 1.5...

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Cover for Sesamum indicum (sesame)

Sesame is an erect, branched or unbranched, annual herb, usually 1-1.5 m tall, occasionally up to 2 m tall. It is probably native to Africa, although...

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Cover for Cannabis sativa (hemp)

GeneralThe seeds (achenes) are round to nearly lens-shaped, with a round base, surface green-brown to grey, marbled or unmarbled, with or without an...

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Like other tobamoviruses, ToMV has very stable rod-shaped particles mostly measuring 18 x 300 nm which have an isoelectric precipitation point of ca...

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Cover for Apium graveolens (celery)

Celery (Apium graveolens L.) is a salad crop grown for its long fleshy leaf stalk. It is a cool-season crop. It thrives best, on deep, fertile moist...

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