solanum tuberosum


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potato

Potatoes are a nightshade so people allergic to nightshades should be aware. They are actually listed as toxic. Do not eat potato leaves or flowers. Very high in starch, which when cooked, turns into sugar in the body, leading to weight gain and sugar issues. High source of fiber, rich in potassium for high blood pressure, Vit C. Despite what many people think or fear, raw potatoes, exert an excellent effect on all forms of rheumatism and rheumatic arthritis when these diseases have not progressed too far. They also have a good effect on other diseases with uric acid buildup like psoriasis, gallstones, renal pelvis and urinary bladder. Historically, potatoes were used to treat almost all skin diseases, loss of hair, fat formation and dandruff. It’s good to eat the peel also because it contains flourine which preserves the enamel of the teeth. Potatoes can be grown from just the peelings! Do not eat potato sprouts, flowers, leaves or fruit, which resemble greenish dark grey cherry tomatoes, they are very high in the toxic alkaloid solanine, which affects the nervous system, causing weakness and confusion. This is also in tomatoes, eggplants and other nightshades. When exposed to light, this toxin increases, turning potatoes more green, a sign to stay away. Cooking destroys some of the toxin, but not all.
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Low molecular variability of Potato yellow vein virus (PYVV) isolates of Solanum phureja and Solanum tuberosum from Colombia.
Los animales fueron divididos aleatoriamente en 6 grupos: (G1) control negativo: solucion de cloruro de sodio 0,9% a 10 mL/kg de peso; (G2) control positivo: etanol al 70% a 10 mL/kg de peso; (G3) tocosh de Solanum tuberosum, a 900 mg/kg de peso del animal + etanol al 70% a 10 mL/kg de peso; (G4) tocosh a 1 800 mg/kg de peso + etanol al 70% a 10 mL/kg de peso; (G5) tocosh a 2 700 mg/kg de peso + etanol al 70% a 10 mL/kg del animal; y (G6) sucralfato a 30 mg/Kg + etanol al 70% a 10 mL/kg.
Sin embargo, otros autores como (Gamarra, 2002) informa que la eficiencia de trasmision de PYVV es baja de 6% utilizando Solanum tuberosum Grupo Andigena (variedad Diacol-Capiro).
Malo, "First report of Tecia solanivora (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) attacking the potato Solanum tuberosum in Mexic," Florida Entomologist, vol.
Sistemas de manejo del suelo Labranza Labranza tradicional en papa Pase de arado + un pase de rastrillos Solanum tuberosum Labranza minima en papa Un pase de arado de yunta de bueyes Solanum tuberosum Suelo desnudo Control manual de malezas Pradera de kikuyo Penisetum Sin manejo clandestinum Tabla 2.
Solanum tuberosum "papa"; Zea mays "maiz"; Prunuspersica "duraznero"; Rosa sp.
What is the plant Solanum tuberosum better known as?
However, next in line as a food source is Solanum tuberosum, the Irish, Iowa, or Spanish potato.
Palabras claves: Solanum tuberosum, cadmio total; cadmio intercambiable.
Somatic hybrids between the cultivated potato Solanum tuberosum L and the 1EBN wild species Solarium pinnatisectum Dun: Morphological and molecular characterization.
Induction of terata in hamsters by Solanidane alkaloids derived from Solanum tuberosum.
Potatoes currently on sale here are of the Solanum tuberosum strain.