Thanks to the hard work of Jennifer Poore, with the assistance of Ellen Dean and Lynn Bohs, the descriptions of the 49 species (and 4 infraspecific taxa) of Lycianthes treated in the recent monograph of the group from Mexico and Central America are all now on the website. This represents the first real expansion of the description base on the site from Solanum.
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- Breaking with tradition
- Hunting for wild spiny aubergines
- Collecting eggplants in South China
- Botany & Mycology conference 2009
- 2008 Botany meetings
- International Year of the Potato.
- Controversy about origins of the European potato.
- Botany & Plant Biology 2007
- Kangaroo Apple species found in Westminster
- A new Solanum from the heart of Texas
- Dated phylogeny of the Solanaceae published
- Mexican and Central American Lycianthes descriptions on Solanaceae Source
- SOL International - the first virtual meeting of the SOL genomics community
- Solanaceae Source in SpeciesLink
- Solanaceae selected as a pilot family for the Flora do Brasil project
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