By Haim D Rabinowitch, Lesley Currah
The Alliums are probably the most historic cultivated vegetation and contain onions, garlic, leeks and different similar crops. the first objective of this publication is to collect, in one quantity, updated wisdom received through various medical disciplines, from the fundamental molecular point, to program within the box, of the allium crops.It comprises commissioned chapters on themes that experience proven significant advances relatively within the final ten years comparable to molecular biology, floriculture and agronomy. participants comprise best global experts from Europe, the united states, Japan and New Zealand.
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Oschaninii A. pskemense A. vavilovii A. asarense 12:11 PM A. altaicum 28/5/02 A. M. Fritsch and N. Friesen bulbs and basal parts of the pseudostem, which are much esteemed as fresh or cooked vegetables. In the West it is more rarely grown, mainly for the fresh green leaves, and is eaten as a salad onion (scallion). 5 Insufficiently known and hybrid taxa Allium rhabdotum Stearn. A recently described species, known so far only from herbarium collections made in Bhutan in the eastern Himalayas (Stearn, 1960).
Some strains flower normally and produce fertile seeds (A. uratense; in Korea and Japan the synonym A. grayi is still sometimes in use), but others develop only bulbils (topsets) (A. macrostemon s. ). Apparently it is a local domesticate of China that reached Korea and Japan earlier than true garlic. In recent times it has become a neglected crop because of its low yield (Hanelt, 2001). 1 Allium ampeloprasum alliance Allium ampeloprasum s. lato is a very variable species (or a group of closely related taxa) widely distributed in the Mediterranean basin.
4, 3rd edn. Springer-Verlag, Vienna, pp. 2250–2269. , Ohle, H. and Pistrick, K. (1992) Infrageneric grouping of Allium – the Gatersleben approach. , Hammer, K. and Knüpffer, H. (eds) The Genus Allium – Taxonomic Problems and Genetic Resources. Proceedings of an International Symposium, Gatersleben, 11–13 June 1991. IPK, Gatersleben, Germany, pp. 107–123. J. (1991) Molecular characterization of the interspecific origin of viviparous onion. Journal of Heredity 82, 501–502. J. (1992) A viviparous Allium fistulosum.
Allium Crop Science: Recent Advances by Haim D Rabinowitch, Lesley Currah