Written in English
|Statement||by Patricia Anne McKay.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 67 leaves, bound ;|
|Number of Pages||67|
It appears that resistance of strawberries to the strawberry aphid may be at least partly due to its inability to obtain sufficient food. Growing and evaluating several hundred or thousand strawberry seedlings for resistance to the strawberry aphid is very expensive in field space~.min- tenance, and by: 3. The role of leaf hairs in the resistance of a clone of beach strawberry, Fragaria chiloensis, to feeding by adult black vine weevil, Otiorhynchus sulcatus (Coleoptera:Curculionidae). Environ. Entomol Cited by: Received: 20 August, Accepted: 15 January, Invited Mini-Review Genes, Genomes and Genomics © Global Science Books Chemistry of the Chilean Strawberry (Fragaria chiloensis spp. chiloensis) Guillermo Schmeda-Hirschmann1* • Mario Simirgiotis2 • José Cheel3,4 1 Laboratorio de Química de Productos Naturales, Instituto de Química de Recursos Naturales, Universidad de Talca. Fragaria chiloensis Beach Strawberry. Mat of short, rooting, prostrate stems. Leaves large, thick, leathery, divided into 3 leaflets. Leaflets almost round, round-toothed, densely hairy on underside. Central tooth on leaf is shorter than its neighbors. Flowers 5–9 on leafless stalks. Flower white, large, 3/4–1 in. across, with 5 petals.
In strawberry, the wild octoploid species Fragaria virginiana and F. chiloensis are fully interfertile with the cultivated species, F. ×ananassa, and are therefore potential sources of resistance. Fragaria L. – strawberry Species: Fragaria The Plants Database includes the following 4 subspecies of Fragaria chiloensis. Click below on a thumbnail map or name for subspecies profiles. Native Introduced Native and Introduced. Fragaria chiloensis ssp. chiloensis beach strawberry Fragaria chiloensis ssp. lucida beach strawberry. Fragaria vesca L. indicates the affiliation of the genus to the arcto-tertiary flora (Staudt ). Strawberries, fruits of the native strawberry F. vesca L., have always been gathered and consumed from the wild. Fossil records of strawberry achenes from the Neolithicum in South-West Germany demonstrated that strawberries were collectedFile Size: KB. The majority of the 20+ wild strawberry species occur in Asia, although the two wild octoploid progenitors of the hybrid cultivated strawberry, F. ×ananassa subsp. ananassa are American.
coast, beach strawberry Habit: horizontal evergreen perennial spreads rapidly by red to green hairy runners that eventually form roots and a new plantlet. Leaves are comprised of three glossy dark green leathery leaflets, with toothed margins, and hairy below. Allo-octoploid cultivated strawberry (Fragaria × ananassa) originated through a combination of polyploid and homoploid hybridization, domestication of an interspecific hybrid lineage, and continued admixture of wild species over the last years. While genes appear to flow freely between the octoploid progenitors, the genome structures and diversity of the octoploid species remain poorly Cited by: 1. Several prior studies of verticillium resistance in wild octoploid Fragaria germplasm have appeared, mostly in pre’s literature [33, 37–40], as list in Table 3 and/or summarized below. These early reports documented, with varying degrees of precision, the sites of origin (collection) of the studied materials, and thus point subsequent Cited by: 5. Fragaria chiloensis (L.) Mill. ssp. chiloensis (L.) Mill. [excluded] Show All Show Tabs beach strawberry.