Distribution : Cultivated throughout the tropics for its edible underground tuber, and Dioscoreaceae/Yam Family Dioscorea alata L. KAL Winged stem
The Wild Yam - a review Anthony C. Dweck FLS FRSH FRSC Personal Care Magazine 3, 3, p.7-9. (2002). The Wild Yam - review of Dioscorea species . Introduction When it was decided to review the wild yam and related Dioscorea species it was probably in ignorance of the complexity of the task.
Volume 28, Number 1 Published by the UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIABOTANICAL GARDENat Berkeley Winter 2003 B UNIVERSITY of CALIFORNIA NEWSLETTER OTANICAL G ARDEN these presumptive genera was location.
International Journal of Biological Technology (2010) 1(1):111-113 © Gayathri Teknological Publication 111 Original Article In vitro propagation of wild yam, Dioscorea wightii through nodal cultures R. Mahesh 1 * , K.Muthuchelian 1, M. Maridass 2, and G.Raju 2 1 Centre for Biodiversity and ...
Invasive Plants of Asian Origin Established in the US and Their Natural Enemies — 63 Introduction The genus Dioscorea includes more than 600 species worldwide in tropical and temperate regions.
Dioscorea elephantipes Elephant foot, Turtle shell, Hottentot-Bread Other names: Testudinaria elephantipes, Tamus elephantipes, Rhizemys elephantipes
Work conducted by Terauchi et al. The Native Distribution of Dioscoreabulbilfera Figure 11. Native distribution of Dioscorea bulbifera (based on literature reports).
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Here is a simple guide to identifying the species of cultivated yams ( Dioscorea ) commonly found in the Pacific Islands. To use this guide in the field, look first at the way the yam stem twines as it climbs up its support.
Yams (Dioscorea spp) and Cocoyams etc. (Colocasia, Xanthosoma spp) French: Ignames & taro; Spanish: Names & taro; Italian: Ignames & taro; German: Yams & Taro General Crop Data Yams, one of the important staple food crops of the tropics, are particularly important in Africa which accounts for ...