solanaceous


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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.

solanaceous

[sō′lənā′shəs]
pertaining to plants of the Solanaceae family or substances derived from them.

solanaceous

(sō″lă-nā′shŭs)
Pert. to the family Solanaceae.

solanaceous

pertaining to or emanating from solanum.
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For example, studies have shown that in the solanaceous species tomato, the concentration of citric acid may exhibit a ten-fold decline during ripening (WORKNEH; OSTHOFF, 2010).
recently observed 20 to 30 conspicuous nymphs on top of a tussock of grass two or three meters from a small solanaceous shrub stripped of its leaves, which suggests that the gregarious behavior is a part of the premonitory defense.
Avoid planting pepper in a field planted the previous season with tomato, pepper, eggplant or other Solanaceous crop.
Many pests and diseases, which afflict other solanaceous plants, such as tomato, pepper (capsicum), and potato, are also troublesome to eggplants.
The latter authors mention over 60 species of host plants including grasses, solanaceous, malvaceous, rutaceous and cucurbitaceous plants.
Greenhouse and shadehouse production of vegetables is a new and growing industry in Dominica and farmers need practice in all aspects of the production cycle in particular for solanaceous (tomatoes, potato, pepper) and brassica (broccoli, turnips, cabbage) vegetable production.
Often the ability of solanaceous plants to induce sleep was increased by the addition of the juices of the opium poppy (Celsus de Medicina 2.
Brinjal is an important solanaceous vegetable, which holds coveted position among the different vegetables.
Fruit consumption, distance of seed dispersal and germination of solanaceous plants ingested by common opossum (Didelphis aurita) in Southern Brazil.
BAP was reported to be most effective cytokinin for shoot bud regeneration in most of the Solanaceous plants, viz.