Evolution of Crop Plants. 2nd Edition

  • ID: 2178370
  • Book
  • 496 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The second edition of this classic volume provides comprehensive coverage of over one hundred of the world′s major economically significant crop plants and their wild ancestors. The crops featured range from cereals to tropical
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Introduction; Kiwifruit; Sisal and relatives; Grain amaranths; Cashew; Pistachio nut; Kapok; Pineapple; Tea; Hemp; Hops; Sugarbeet, etc; Quinoa, etc; Safflower; Sunflower; Lettuce; Sweet potato; Turnip, etc; Swedes and rapes; Cabbages, kales, etc; Mustards; Radish; Cucumbers; Melons and water–melons; Squashes, pumpkins and gourds; Minor cucurbits; Yams; Blueberry, cranberry etc; Rubber; Cassava; Oats; Finger millet; Barley; Rice; Pearl millet; Sugar cane; Rye; Foxtail millet; Sorghum; Triticale; Wheats; Maize; Minor cereals; Temperate forage grasses; Tropical and sub–tropical grasses; Currants; Avocado; Groundnut; Pigeonpea; Centrosema; Chickpea; Soybean; Grasspea; Lentil; leucaena; Lupins; Alfalfa; Beans; Pea; Winged bean; Stylos; White clover; Faba bean; Narbon bean; Grams; Cowpea; Temperate forage legumes; Onion, etc; Okra; Cotton; Fig; Bananas; Clove; Olive; Pejibaye; Coconut; Oil palm; Date palm; Sesame; Black pepper; Buckwheat; Strawberry; Apple, pear; Cherry, plum, peach, apricot, almond; Blackberry, raspberry; Quinine; Coffee; Citrus; Peppers; Tomato; Tobacco; Eggplant; Potato; Cacao; Jute; Carrot; Umbelliferous minor crops; Grape; Herb spices; Tree spices; Timber trees.
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J. Smartt
Norman Simmonds
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