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so·la·na·ceous

(sō'lă-nā'shŭs, sol'ă-),
Pertaining to plants of the family Solanaceae, or to drugs derived from them.
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solanaceous

(sō″lă-nā′shŭs)
Pert. to the family Solanaceae.
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The District Agricultural Officers from each of these districts were contacted to obtain lists of 10 to 20 villages where tomato and at least 2 other solanaceous crops were being cultivated.
These reasons suggest that the biochemical profile of tomato may be unique in comparison to other solanaceous host plants.
But then genetic engineering can even reconfigure the eggplant and other solanaceous varieties to enhance or subtly change the color, flavor, shape, or texture to give the consumer a wider variety of characteristics from which to choose.
Gardner, "Breeding for resistance to fungal pathogens," Genetic improvement of Solanaceous crops, vol.
A true Solanaceous oddity is the Litchi Tomato (Solanum sisymbriifolium), which is a spectacularly armed thorny plant, which would ward off most predators, including humans.
Interestingly, all CaM genes in pear were disrupted by the first intron at the Gly26 codon, which has been previously reported in Arabidopsis and solanaceous CaMs [7, 26].
In addition, GRANDEVO and VENERATE are registered in Mexico for use on Solanaceous crops, including tomato, pepper, chili, eggplant and potato for thrips, beet armyworm and both nymphs and adults of potato psylla; Berry crops, including strawberry, raspberry and blackberry for red mites and two-spotted spider mites, as well as Cole crops, including broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower and brussels sprouts for diamond-back moth.
The potato psyllid, Bactericera cockerelli Sulk (Hemiptera: Triozidae), also known as the tomato psyllid, is an insect pest on many important solanaceous vegetable crops grown in California.
The identification of ortho logs for the majority of genes differentially expressed in recovered tissues in two major solanaceous crop species provides the basis for future comparative analyses of the viral recovery process.
Eggplant is one of the important solanaceous crops that are widely grown in tropics and subtropics.