{null=The root-knot nematode resistance (Mi) gene was screened in 25 tomato genotypes of Solanum lycopersicum, by amplification of REX-1 and Mi23 markers. Ten heterozygous tomato genotypes (Mimi), nine homozygous (MiMi) at the Mi locus and six lacking the Mi gene for resistance to root-knot nematode were identified using the marker REX-1. The results obtained with Mi23 marker confirmed the Mi gene status of the tomato genotypes, except for genotype Valouro RZ F1 that was homozygous (MiMi) and heterozygous (Mimi) at the Mi locus when using the REX-1 and Mi23 markers, respectively. The pathogenicity of Meloidogyne hispanica on the 25 tomato genotypes was assessed 60 days after inoculation with 5000 eggs on the basis of root gall index (GI) and reproduction factor (Rf). All the tomato genotypes were susceptible (excellent or good hosts), with GI | 4 and Rf | 2, except the genotype Rapit (Mimi), considered as resistant/hypersensitive (poor host). In this genotype, the nematode induced galls (GI = 4) on its
Tomato cultivars today come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, colors, breeding techniques, and growth habits. Typically, tomatoes are divided into aesthetic categories (including round or slicers, plum or Roma, cherry, and grape types [http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/hs1189]), growth habits (determinate and indeterminate), and how they were bred (open-pollinated or hybrids). However, tomatoes of these different categories may be sold with the fruit of a cluster still on the stems and are known as on-the vine or cluster tomatoes. Cluster tomatoes are more commonly grown in greenhouses. Ripe tomato fruit may also be one of several colors or shades of colors, including red, pink, green, yellow, orange, purple, and even brown or black. Red is certainly the standard color, but many creative marketers are combining several colors together to create attractive packaging.. Tomato cultivars are typically classified into two growing habits: determinate or indeterminate. Determinate tomato plants are bushier, ...
Root and leaf abscisic acid concentration impact on gas exchange in tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill) plants subjected to partial root-zone drying
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The effects of plant growth regulators GA3 50 mg. L-1, NAA 100 mg. L-1, CCC 1500 mg.L-1 and SADH 3000 mg.L-1 on stem anatomy of Lycopersicon esculentum Mill cv. Ângela Gigante were studied. Two sets of experiments were carried out in greenhouse during two separte periods. Anatomical studies , revealed that growth promotors induced increased xylem thickness and increased the number of tracheary elements while the growth retardants decreased xylem thickness and induced fiber formation ...
Tomato crops can be affected by several infectious diseases produced by bacteria, fungi, and oomycetes. Four phytopathogens are of special concern because of the major economic losses they generate worldwide in tomato production; Clavibacter michiganensis subsp. michiganensis and Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato, causative agents behind two highly destructive diseases, bacterial canker and bacterial speck, respectively; fungus Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici that causes Fusarium Wilt, which strongly affects tomato crops; and finally, Phytophthora spp., which affect both potato and tomato crops. Polygodial (1), drimenol (2), isonordrimenone (3), and nordrimenone (4) were studied against these four phytopathogenic microorganisms. Among them, compound 1, obtained from Drimys winteri Forst, and synthetic compound 4 are shown here to have potent activity. Most promisingly, the results showed that compounds 1 and 4 affect Clavibacter michiganensis growth at minimal inhibitory concentrations (MIC) values
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Lycopersicon esculentum TomF216 protein: a flower-specific osmotin-like protein from Lycopersicon esculentum (tomato); MW about 25 kDa; amino acid sequence in first source
Tomatoes and tomato products are rich sources of carotenoids-principally lycopene, followed by β-carotene and lutein. The aim of this work was to study the effect of heat treatment on carotenoid content in cherry tomatoes. Raw and canned products were sampled and analysed; furthermore whole, skin and pulp fractions of cherry tomatoes were analysed when raw and home-processed, in order to better understand heat treatment effects. Lycopene content in canned tomatoes was two-fold higher than in raw tomatoes (11.60 mg/100 g versus 5.12 mg/100 g). Lutein and β-carotene were respectively 0.15 mg/100 g and 0.75 mg/100 g in canned tomatoes versus 0.11 mg/100 g and 1.00 mg/100 g in raw tomatoes. For home-processed tomatoes, β-carotene and lutein showed a content decrease in all thermally treated products. This decrease was more evident for β-carotene in the skin fraction (−17%), while for lutein it was greater in the pulp fraction (−25%). Lycopene presented a different pattern: after heat treatment its
1. For the cherry tomato mayo, peel and chop 2 cloves of garlic.. 2. Add a generous dollop of mayonnaise, a handful of quartered cherry tomatoes, a pinch of fresh herbs and a squeeze of lemon and combine all ingredients.. 3. Place the chicken thighs in a bowl. Add olive oil and a squeeze of lemon with a dash of coarse salt and pepper. Mix to ensure even coating. 4. Heat a griddle pan and fry the chicken thighs each side for approximately 4 minutes. Remove the cooked chicken from the pan and deglaze with lemon juice and pour over chicken. 5. Mix in the cherry tomato may until well combined. 6. Add cooked penne pasta, mix and add a sprinkling of grated parmesan, then serve.. ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Comparison of changes in water status and photosynthetic parameters in wild type and abscisic acid-deficient sitiens mutant of tomato (Solanum lycopersicum cv. Rheinlands Ruhm) exposed to sublethal and lethal salt stress. AU - Poór, Péter. AU - Borbély, Péter. AU - Czékus, Zalán. AU - Takács, Zoltán. AU - Ördög, Attila. AU - Popović, Boris. AU - Tari, I.. PY - 2019/1/1. Y1 - 2019/1/1. N2 - Abscisic acid (ABA) regulates many salt stress-related processes of plants such as water balance, osmotic stress tolerance and photosynthesis. In this study we investigated the responses of wild type (WT) and the ABA-deficient sitiens mutant of tomato (Solanum lycopersicum cv. Rheinlands Ruhm) to sublethal and lethal salt stress elicited by 100 mM and 250 mM NaCl, respectively. Sitiens mutants displayed much higher decrease in water potential, stomatal conductance and net CO2 assimilation rate under high salinity, especially at lethal salt stress, than the WT. However, ABA deficiency ...
Tennessee Green Stays green in color. White Tomesol Truly a white tomato Pink Honey Pink tomato. Pink Firefly Pink tomato. Pineapple Pinkish yellow tomato. Lemon Oxheart Yellow tomato. Yellow Pear Yellow tomato. Black Cherry Very dark brown tomato. Black Krim Very dark brown tomato. Jelly Bean (grape) This is not an heirloom tomato. I planted the seeds as they were free with something I ordered and I like grape tomatoes.. Purple Russian Purple colored tomato. Purple Calabash Purple colored tomato. Cherokee Purple Purple colored tomato. Paul Robeson Purple colored tomato. Mortgage Lifter Red tomato. Abraham Lincoln Red tomato. Tidwell German Red tomato. Roma Red paste tomato. San Marzano Red paste tomato. Jersey Giant Red paste tomato. Brandywine Did not germinate.. Cherry tomato Not an heirloom but wonderful to have on hand for snacks all summer long. Also makes good fresh salsa. Did not germinate. Giant World Record Not treated seeds. Giant red tomatoes.. The soil in these cups is a mix of ...
In order to respond to the low economic and harvesting yields caused by diseases that attack the tomato, we considered using tomato varieties resistant to late blight (Phytophthora infestans) of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum) and potato (Solanum tuberosum). The evaluation of the percentage of infestation was performed with tomato leaflets over a 168 hour period. The percentage of infestation was recorded every eight hours from the time of inoculation until maximum infestation was reached. The methodology applied was at random and included six treatments and five replications. The experiment consisted of collecting healthy leaflets from five improved varieties and one local variety of tomato. After collection, the leaflets were disinfected and inoculated in petri dishes on both sites of the midrib with Phytophthora infestans at concentrations of 1 x 107 conidium/mL. The commercial variety (Santa Cruz Kada Gigante) presented the lowest average infestation rate (50%) during the evaluation stage from time
How can I prevent bacterial speck in the future? Start by using high quality, pathogen-free seed or transplants from a reputable seed supplier or garden center. If you have seed that you believe is contaminated with the bacterial speck bacterium and would still like to use it (e.g., its a favorite variety with difficult-to-find seed), consider treating the seed in hot water prior to planting to eliminate the pathogen. Treat seed with 122°F water for 25 minutes.. To prevent spread of the bacterial speck pathogen from plant to plant in your garden, DO NOT use a sprinkler to water; instead use a soaker or drip hose to water at the bases of plants. Also, only work with tomato plants when they are dry and consider routinely disinfecting garden tools with 10% bleach or (better) 70% alcohol (e.g., rubbing alcohol). Spray disinfectants that contain approximately 70% alcohol can also be used for this purpose.. If you have a problem with bacterial speck, remove contaminated tomato debris from your ...
Ramirez Fernandez, R.; Gonzalez Nunez, L.M.; Liceas Castro, L.; Blanca Garcia, R.; Porras Leon, E., 2002: Growth and development behaviour of tomato plants (Lycopersicon esculentum, Mill) grown from seeds irradiated with X rays
Haploid callus cultures of selected races of Lycopersicon (tomato) species can be obtained from anther culture. This is a further demonstration of a proposed general method of haploid culture developed with Arabidopsis thaliana. Differentiation of haploid callus of Lycopersicon esculentum can be controlled both in the dark and the light by hormones added to defined minimal media. Development to plantlets is achieved only in the light. Callus cells can be induced to develop into seedless pseudo-fruits. Chromosome counts on callus cells or root-tip cells establishes haploidy (n=12). Haploidy can be maintained in culture on defined minimal media for at least one year.
A deglycosylated derivative of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum) lectin was prepared with the use of trifluoromethanesulphonic acid. Its properties were generally similar to those of the native lectin, but differences were evident in terms of relative agglutinating activity towards sheep, (untreated) human and trypsin-treated human erythrocytes. The two forms of tomato lectin were used in conjunction with a battery of specific antisera to investigate structural relatedness among solanaceous lectins. Immunological cross-reactivity between tomato, potato and Datura lectins depends on the integrity of the glycosylated region of those lectins; that between Datura lectin and other seed lectins, however, has a separate structural basis.. ...
The tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill) is one of the most important vegetables in major parts of the world, ranking second in importance only to potatoes, Solanum tuberosum L. Commercially, 45 million metric tons of tomatoes are produced each year from 2.2 million hectares, but only 15 percent of the output occurs in the tropics. Various groups of scientists who have attempted to set priorities for vegetable crops in the tropical countries consistently have ranked tomatoes for increased production and more intensive research (Reuben, 1980; Purseglove, 1977). The potential for tomatoes in the tropics is great. More widespread cultivation of tomatoes could generate rural employment, stimulate urban employment, expand exports, improve nutritional standards, and increase income to farmers. Tomato fruits are eaten raw or cooked. Large quantities of the fruits are used to produce soups, juices, sauces, ketchups and pastes which are sources of essential nutrients and improvesfood value purseglove, ...
Abstract: The bioactive compounds of 16 tomato cultivars, grown in the same field for 2 years (2003 and 2004) were investigated. Lycopene (5.7-26.3 mg kg-1) was the predominant carotenoid, while β-carotene (2.1-11.2 mg kg-1) and a small amount of lutein (0.02-0.49 mg kg-1) were found in all tomato cultivars. Kagome 77, the richest source of total carotenoids and L-ascorbic acid, also showed the highest antioxidant activity. ß-Carotene and lutein contents of tomatoes differed between 2 years statistically. Antioxidant activities of tomatoes were found between 48 and 118 μmol TEAC 100 g-1. A significant correlation was only observed between L-ascorbic acid (2.2-13.8 mg 100 g-1) and antioxidant activity using TEAC assay. ...
A segment of DNA 5 to the transcribed region of an auxin-regulated gene, ARPI, from Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. cv. VFN8 contains a sequence with the structural characteristics of a transposable element. The putative element (Lyt1) is 1340 bp long, has terminal inverted repeats of approximately 235 bp and is flanked by 9-bp direct repeats. Lyt1 has a structure similar to the Robertsons Mutator (Mu) family from maize. The terminal inverted repeats are 80% AT-rich, are 96.6% identical, and define a larger family of repetitive elements. Southern analysis and genomic dot-blot reconstructions detected at least 41 copies of Lyt1-hybridizing sequences in red-fruited Lycopersicon spp. (L. esculentum, L. pimpinellifolium and L. cheesmanii), and 2-8 copies in the green-fruited species (L. hirsutum, L. pennellii, L. peruvianum, L. chilense and L. chmielewskii). There were two to four copies in the Solanum spp. closely allied with the genus Lycopersicon (S. lycopersicoides, S. ochranthum and S. ...
By spraying tomato leaves with 5, 10 and 15 μmol/L NADPH(reduced form of nicotinamide-adenine dinucleotide phosphate) respectively, a hydroponic experiment was conducted to investigate the effects of exogenous NADPH on the growth and physiology indexes of resistance stress of the processing tomato(Solanum lycopersicum cv. Ligeer 87-5) seedlings under salt stress. The results showed that the application of three different concentration of NADPH could improve the growth characters of tomato seedlings under NaCl treatment process, and improve the root activity and peroxidase(POD), superoxide dismutase(SOD),catase(CAT) and glutathione peroxidase(GPX) activity. Especially under NaCl stress, the effect of spraying 10 μmol/L NADPH was best. These results indicated that exogenous NADPH alleviated salt-induced growth inhibition and enhanced salt-tolerance by promoting the osmotic adjustment capacity and the defense ability of antioxidant enzymes system, which could decrease membrane lipid peroxidation and
One cup of cherry tomato contains 25 calories and 1.8 grams of protein. Cherry tomato is an excellent source of Vitamin A, Vitamin C and potassium.
A research project has been funded by the Lazio Region (central Italy) into the Interregional Programme Agriculture Quality with the general objective to monitor the soil characteristics and biodiversity, the quality of the products as well as to study the economical aspects in a farm sited in Lazio Region (Central Italy) during a 3 years conversion period from conventional to organic. Generally, in the geographical area interested by this study the organic farms have not a livestock. For this reason the conversion plan was focused on the rotation and the use of green manure. This work concerns the results of the first year of the conversion (certification body: Suolo e Salute srl). In particular, the results of the determination of the yield and some quality characteristics of processing tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum, cv. CXD271bio) are presented. Moreover, the results were compared to those from a neighboring farm managed with the conventional method, having the same characteristics of the ...
We have said many times in the past that eating bright red tomatoes is a shortcut to robust health. Thats because tomatoes are rich in nutrients like folate, vitamin C, potassium, etc. But what truly sets tomatoes is the abundance of antioxidants like carotenoids in them, especially lycopene, known to have several health benefits to offer. Tomato also offers plenty of vitamin A. It is rich in other beneficial components like vitamin E, flavonoids, phytosterols and several other water-soluble vitamins.1. To make the most of the health benefits of tomatoes, they have to be eaten raw or with minimum cooking. If raw tomatoes are not your scene, the next best option is tomato juice. With a pinch of salt and cayenne pepper, tomato juice is delicious, to say the least. But first, lets see if drinking tomato juice is worth the effort.. ...
These small, 5 gm. cherry tomatoes are deep red, have a tender, smooth texture, and sweet, full flavor. High sugar content. Though the flavor is superior, it ...
ILs and advanced backcross QTL approaches are now well-established tools for dissecting the genetic basis of complex polygenic traits in plant populations. In this study, S. pennellii ILs were used to identify a fruit firmness QTL located to an 8.6-Mb region on tomato chromosome 2. A prior study had identified a firmness QTL, fir2.1 in Solanum pimpinellifolium (Doganlar et al., 2002), mapping within this region. Conservation of QTLs within the Solanaceace family has been demonstrated for a number of traits including fruit size, shape, and weight (Saliba-Colombani et al., 2001; Frary et al., 2004). However, QTL fir2.1 in S. pimpinellifolium has not been further resolved by fine-mapping. In this work, we have used a composite mapping population of M82 × IL 2-3 F2 and M82 × IL 2-4 F3 to resolve the S. pennellii firmness QTL on chromosome 2 and report that at least several major firmness effects occur within a mapping interval of approximately 8.6 Mb, delineated by markers CT255 and TG527. Other ...
Lycopersicon esculentum LS protein: member of the VHIID family; isolated from tomatoes; amino acid sequence in first source; GenBank AF98674
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Tomatoes (Lycopersicum esculentum) are grown across the world for their succulent flavor and flesh. The fruit is eaten raw, cooked or baked. The ease with which tomatoes are grown and the quantity of fruit they produce make this a favored plant by commercial and home gardeners alike. Besides humans, tomatoes are also ...
L-Ascorbate (the reduced form of vitamin C) participates in diverse biological processes including pathogen defence mechanisms, and the modulation of plant growth and morphology, and also acts as an enzyme cofactor and redox status indicator. One of its chief biological functions is as an antioxidant. L-Ascorbate intake has been implicated in the prevention/alleviation of varied human ailments and diseases including cancer. To study the regulation of accumulation of this important nutraceutical in fruit, the expression of 24 tomato (Solanum lycopersicon) genes involved in the biosynthesis, oxidation, and recycling of L-ascorbate during the development and ripening of fruit have been characterized. Taken together with L-ascorbate abundance data, the results show distinct changes in the expression profiles for these genes, implicating them in nodal regulatory roles during the process of L-ascorbate accumulation in tomato fruit. The expression of these genes was further studied in the context of ...
End-of-season green cherry tomatoes are pickled in a spicy dill-flavored brine you can prepare in the microwave in this effortless recipe.
Modern tomato genetics had already used molecular markers and functional analysis to identify a handful of genes underlying developmental or yield traits, but the availability of the tomato genome sequence will further revolutionize tomato genetics and breeding. However, since the domesticated tomato varieties show limited genetic diversity, the wild tomato relatives provide a rich source of useful allelic variation. The 150 tomato genome resequencing project was recently initiated with an objective to reveal and explore extant genetic variation in tomato, and will provide a major boost to identification of valuable alleles. The project aims to sequence 83 genotypes, including 30 wild accessions, 43 land races and 10 old varieties [60]. This will not only help identify useful SNPs from the wild accessions but also rare SNPs within domesticated varieties. Tomato breeders can then target gene variants (SNPs) in the wild species associated with desirable traits such as disease or pest resistance or ...
Only specific nematodes are harmful to tomato roots. Other nematodes may infiltrate the soil around tomato roots without causing any harm. Most gardeners will never see nematodes, harmful or otherwise, unless they look through a microscope. A combined approach including crop rotation and planting of resistant tomato ...
Plant height and bacterial spot severity. Shoot pruning did not affect tomato plant height at 3 and 6 WAT, regardless of cultivars and bacterial spot inoculation (data not shown). Bacterial spot inoculation increased disease severity based on an AUDPC of 1445 (an average disease severity of 41%) in inoculated plots versus an AUDPC of 821 (an average disease severity of 29%) in noninoculated plots averaged across both seasons (data not shown). Disease severity was greater at the end of the spring trial than at the end of the fall 2009 trial (65% and 35%, respectively). Inversely, initial disease severity was much greater in the fall study (24% disease severity in noninoculated plots) than the spring trial (1.5% disease severity in noninoculated plots). Tygress was more susceptible to bacterial spot than Security-28, exhibiting 20.4% more disease on average.. Early tomato fruit weight. Early extra-large fruit weight was affected by tomato cultivars and the inoculation of bacterial spot, but ...
گوجه‌فرنگی (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) گیاهی از تیره سیب‌زمینی‌سانان (Solanaceae) و دومین سبزی پرمصرف جهان است که ارزیابی عملکرد میوه و صفات مؤثر بر آن در گزینش رقم‌های مطلوب حائز اهمیت می‌باشد. به‌منظور بررسی روابط عملکرد، صفات مرتبط با عملکرد و کیفیت میوه در 83 رگه s3 گوجه‌فرنگی، آزمایشی در قالب طرح بلوک‌های کامل تصادفی با سه تکرار اجرا شد. نتایج تجزیه واریانس تفاوت معنی‌داری برای رگه‌ها در تمام صفات مورد بررسی نشان داد. عملکرد میوه همبستگی مثبت و بسیار معنی‌داری با صفات متوسط تعداد و وزن میوه در هر رگه، طول و قطر میوه، ضخامت پریکارپ و اسید قابل تیتراسیون و همبستگی
Tomato plants (Lycopersicon esculentum L. var. Ailsa Craig) were grown in water culture in nutrient solution in a series of 10 increasing levels of nitrate nutrition. Using whole plant data derived from analytical and yield data of individual plant parts, the fate of anion charge arising from increased NO3 assimilation was followed in its distribution between organic anion accumulation in the plant and OH− efflux into the nutrient solution as calculated by excess anion over cation uptake. With increasing NO3 nutrition the bulk of the anion charge appeared as organic anion accumulation in the plants. OH− efflux at a maximum accounted for only 20% of the anion charge shift. The major organic anion accumulated in response to nitrate assimilation was malate. The increase in organic anion accumulation was paralleled by an increase in cation concentration (K+, Ca2+, Mg2+, Na+). Total inorganic anion levels (NO3−, SO42−, H2PO4−, Cl−) were relatively constant. The effect of increasing NO3 ...
RNA interference (RNAi), a gene-silencing mechanism that involves providing double-stranded RNA molecules that match a specific target gene sequence, is now widely used in functional genetic studies. The potential application of RNAi-mediated control of agricultural insect pests has rapidly become evident. The production of transgenic plants expressing dsRNA molecules that target essential insect genes could provide a means of specific gene silencing in larvae that feed on these plants, resulting in larval phenotypes that range from loss of appetite to death. In this report, we show that the tomato leafminer (Tuta absoluta), a major threat to commercial tomato production, can be targeted by RNAi. We selected two target genes (Vacuolar ATPase-A and Arginine kinase) based on the RNAi response reported for these genes in other pest species. In view of the lack of an artificial diet for T. absoluta, we used two approaches to deliver dsRNA into tomato leaflets. The first approach was based on the uptake of
THE genus Lycopersicon consists of nine species, of which the only cultivated species is L. esculentum (tomato), represented in the wild by var. cerasiforme (Rick 1983). Lycopersicon species are crossable with one another in all combinations, though with varying degrees of difficulties (Soost 1958). The karyotypes of the 12 chromosome pairs are very similar with little or no structural differences among species (Rick 1983).. Despite this uniformity of karyotypes and the small number of species, Lycopersicon encompasses a great diversity of mating systems. L. cheesmanii, endemic to the Galapagos Islands, has an autogamous mating system, which is typical of many other endemic flowering plants of the archipelago (Rick 1966). Another species exhibiting virtually complete autogamy is L. parviflorum (Rick 1983). Self-fertilization prevails among natural populations as well as cultivated varieties of L. esculentum. In contrast, L. pimpinellifolium shows regional differences in relative levels of ...
The tomato is the most important vegetable globally. In England, outdoor tomatoes are widely grown by amateur gardeners, with the number of their allotment plots exceeding 150000. For instance, in Germany, only about 16% of tomato plants are cultivated according to organic standards, although these rates are expected to increase. Breeding for yield and fruit quality can increase resource efficiency. Therefore, we need to evaluate the variability of yield and fruit quality parameters, to calculate the heritability of these traits and to identify superior genotypes for organic outdoor tomato production and breeding. With these aims, we grew 24 tomato genotypes of diverse origins in a two-year field trial. The heritability of quality traits such as glucose, fructose, organic acid, and lycopene was high. The medium heritability for yield suggests that trials with a larger number of locations are needed for the reliable selection of this character. Negative correlations of sugar concentrations with
We determined whether root stress alters the output of physiologically active messages passing from roots to shoots in the transpiration stream. Concentrations were not good measures of output. This was because changes in volume flow of xylem sap caused either by sampling procedures or by effects of root stress on rates of whole-plant transpiration modified concentrations simply by dilution. Thus, delivery rate (concentration x sap flow rate) was preferred to concentration as a measure of solute output from roots. To demonstrate these points, 1-aminocyclopropane-1-carboxylic acid (ACC), abscisic acid, phosphate, nitrate, and pH were measured in xylem sap of flooded and well-drained tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill., cv Ailsa Craig) plants expressed at various rates from pressurized detopped roots. Concentrations decreased as sap flow rates were increased. However, dilution of solutes was often less than proportional to flow, especially in flooded plants. Thus, sap flowing through detopped ...
leaves curling on tomato plant some of the leaves look fine but all the new growth is deformed and the leaves are very small and curled any ideas thanks for any ideas here leaf curling tomato plant.. ...
Black dots on tomato plant + porous looking stems Hi! So I was looking at my tomato plants today and have been noticing something odd. There are a bunch of tiny black dots on the stem, that I was able
Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions 20:759-768...Il-Pyung Ahn , 1 Sang-Woo Lee , 2 and Seok-Cheol Suh 1...© 2007 The American Phytopathological Society...A nonpathogenic rhizobacterium, Pseudomonas putida LSW17S, elicited systemic protection against Fusarium wilt and pith necrosis caused by Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici and P. corrugata in tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum L.). LSW17S also confers disease resistance against P. syringae pv. tom...
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TY - JOUR. T1 - TOMATOMICS. T2 - A web database for integrated omics information in tomato. AU - Kudo, Toru. AU - Kobayashi, Masaaki. AU - Terashima, Shin. AU - Katayama, Minami. AU - Ozaki, Soichi. AU - Kanno, Maasa. AU - Saito, Misa. AU - Yokoyama, Koji. AU - Ohyanagi, Hajime. AU - Aoki, Koh. AU - Kubo, Yasutaka. AU - Yano, Kentaro. PY - 2017/1/1. Y1 - 2017/1/1. N2 - Solanum lycopersicum (tomato) is an important agronomic crop and a major model fruit-producing plant. To facilitate basic and applied research, comprehensive experimental resources and omics information on tomato are available following their development. Mutant lines and cDNA clones from a dwarf cultivar, Micro-Tom, are two of these genetic resources. Large-scale sequencing data for ESTs and full-length cDNAs from Micro-Tom continue to be gathered. In conjunction with information on the reference genome sequence of another cultivar, Heinz 1706, the Micro-Tom experimental resources have facilitated comprehensive functional ...
Bob Mulrooney, Extension Plant Pathologist; [email protected] Tomato transplants with suspected bacterial spot or speck symptoms can be treated with streptomycin (Agri-Mycin 17, Agri-Strep, 25) at 1 lb/100 gallons, or 1.25 teaspoon per gallon every 4 to 5 days prior to transplanting. Additionally, Kocide 3000 (copper hydroxide, FRAC code M1), the updated formulation from DuPont, has a greenhouse label for speck and spot control in the greenhouse. Apply 0.5 to 1.5 tablespoons per 1000 sq ft every 5 to 10 days. Remember, phytoxicity is an important issue when applying copper in enclosed structures; see label for cautions, restrictions and liabilities.. After transplanting, apply Actigard at 0.33 oz 50WG/A (see label for use), or fixed copper (M1) at 1 lb a.i./A plus a mancozeb (Dithane, Manzate, Penncozeb, M3) at 1.5 lb 75DF or OLF, or ManKocide (M1 + M3) at 2.5 to 5.0 lb 61WP/A on a 7-day schedule.. Tags: 17:8, tomato, tomato bacterial spot and bacterial speck. This entry was posted on Friday, May ...
I love this stuff. The other day I was making a soup out of some kale from the garden, some leftover chickpeas and a few odd potatoes (along with a bay leaf, some garlic and fresh thyme). But it needed something.. Found in the fridge: an almost used-up tube of Mutti tomato paste. I squeezed in a little and my soup came together. I really wouldnt do it with any other tomato paste, but Mutti of Parma, Italy, produces the best.. Theyve been making it since 1899. Their paste is double-concentrated and made only from tomatoes and salt. Thats it. After all the companys motto is "solo pomodoro. Per passione" - only tomatoes, for passion.. The firm uses only Italian tomatoes and a slow process of dehydration. Its easy to taste the difference - none of that sludgy, bitter or cooked-down taste of regular tomato paste. This tastes bright and carries the deep flavor of sun-warmed tomatoes.. Use it to beef up the tomato taste of a sauce, or add an underlying tomato note to a brasato or stew.. Any cook ...
Roasting whole fish has got to be one of the simplest ways to impress a table full of diners-throw in a fancy British fish name or two and youve got yourself a winner of a party. Plaice is one of the most common flatfishes eaten in Europe, and lucky for us, it and some of its more familiar neighbors are being fished in sustainable manners here across the pond.* In The River Cottage Fish Book, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and Nick Fisher espouse the wonders of whole plaice, praising its subtle, sweet salinity. To bring out the sweetness of the fish, they roast cherry tomatoes alongside, which caramelize and burst in the hot oven, adding their own luscious nectar to the roasting pan.
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