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domesticated species

A term defined by a species in which the evolutionary process has been influenced by humans to meet their needs.
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Range of environmental attributes sampled for each of 10 cultivated species, using GIS-derived climatic moisture and temperature zones and on-site soil pH to guide collection.
Agrostis palustris, which is the primary cultivated species of bentgrass in the United States, is not well-understood genetically.
There are 27 diploid or polyploid taxa of putative hybrid origin in the group, involving both wild and cultivated species (Spooner and van den Berg, 1992).
Despite the mix of methods encountered in the regeneration of wild species collection, they have one aspect in common: The regeneration ex situ of their accessions is more difficult and costly than the regeneration of accessions of cultivated species for reasons below.
virginicum using random amplified polymorphic DNA analysis (RAPD) suggested somewhat more variability, although much less than is found in cultivated species such as red or white clover (Quesenberry and Steiner, 1995).
The report says at least 940 cultivated species are already threatened, and though 75 percent of the global food supply is generated from just twelve plant crops and five animal species, preserving agrobiodiversity could prove crucial on a changing planet.
Regarding species composition, Musa x paradisiaca is the most frequently cultivated species in the home gardens of San Pablo.
Fluorescent chromosome banding in the cultivated species of Capsicum (Solanaceae).
Maintenance and glass cleaning in the following municipal objects: Sachsenstrae 2, School Sports Office, Leisure Time, Sachsenstrae 2, School Sports Office, School Sports, Sachsenstrae 8, Baureferat-Horticulture, Tree school "Bischweiler", Sachsenstrae 9, Baureferat-Horticulture, cultivated species and perennial garden, Sachsenstrae 25, Abfallwirtschaftsbetrieb Mnchen, Betriebshof Sd, main building incl.
2004), although there is great knowledge and technological advances regarding mineral nutrition of cultivated species, the lack of studies in mineral nutrition of weeds undermines the understanding of factors that interfere in the competition for nutrients between crops and weeds.
1) Thymus species are among the wild and cultivated species used in traditional medicine in Bosnia and Herzegovina for various indications, including skin disorders.