Literature cited in the Jaltomata website

revised September 2021
Link to Jaltomata homepage The information on this page may be cited as a communication with professor Thomas Mione, Central Connecticut State University, Biology Department, Copernicus Hall, 1615 Stanley Street, New Britain, Connecticut 06050-4010, United States of America.
Link to description of the genus Jaltomata

Adams, C. D.   1972.   Flowering Plants of Jamaica. University of West Indies. Indies Mona, Jamaica [Jaltomata antillana as Saracha antillana].

Altieri, M. A., M. K. Anderson, & L. C. Merrick. 1987. Peasant agriculture and the conservation of crop and wild plant resources. Conservation Biology 1: 49--58 [no new information about Jaltomata (p. 51) is presented in this paper, but we are reminded that "Encouragement of specific weeds by peasant farmers in their agroecosystems may represent progressive domestication..." and "... certain weeds are managed and even encouraged if they serve a useful purpose."].

Alvarez, A. 1996. Systematics of Saracha (Solanaceae). A thesis, University of Missouri-St. Louis.

Anderson, G. J. & D. E. Symon. 1989. Functional dioecy and andromonoecy in Solanum. Evolution 43: 204--219.

Axelius, B. 1992. Testa patterns in some species of Physalis L. and some other genera in the tribe Solaneae (Solanaceae). Int. J. Plant Sci. 153(3): 488-502 [two types of testa patterns in Jaltomata: 1) "cells rather deep with undulated, moderately to thick anticlinal walls and sunken wall edge, and 2) open with a large bottom space, very undulated anticlinal walls with nearly no thickenings, and a small wall edge." These are shown in photos.].

Balick, M. J. , M. H. Nee & D. E. Atha. 2000. Checklist of the Vascular Plants of Belize with common names and uses, Memoirs of The New York Botanical Garden volume 85, The New York Botanical Garden Press [no mention of Jaltomata].

Bastien, J. W. 1987. Healers of the Andes: Kallawaya Herbalists and their Medicinal Plants.   University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.

Benítez de Rojas, C. E. 1974. Los generos de las Solanaceae de Venezuela. Revista Fac. Agron. (Maracay) VII (3): 25-108 [Jaltomata as Saracha].

Benítez de Rojas, C. E. 1980. Solanáceas nuevas para Venezuela.   Phytologia 47: 14-16.

Benítez de Rojas, C. E. 2010. Sinopsis taxonómica del género Jaltomata (Solanaceae) en Venezuela. Revista Fac. Agron. (UCV) 36 (2): 72 - 80.

Bernardello, L. M. & G. J. Anderson. 1990. Karyotypic studies in Solanum section Basarthrum (Solanaceae). Amer. J. Bot. 77: 420—431.

Bernardino de Sahagún, F.   around 1575-1580.   Florentine Codex. see Dibble, C. E. and A. J. O. Anderson for English Translation.   1950-1969.   Monographs of the School of American Research, 14. Parts 2-13. School of American Research and the University of Utah, Santa Fe.

Bitter, G. 1921. Repert. Spec. Nov. Regni Veg. 17: 246-251, 338-346.

Bitter, G. 1924. Repertorium Specierum Novarum Regni Vegetabilis 19: 267-269.

Bitter, G. 1924. Repert. Spec. Nov. Regni Veg. 20: 372-376.

Brako, L. & J. L. Zarucchi. 1993. Catalogue of the Flowering Plants and Gymnosperms of Peru. Monographs in Systematic Botany from the Missouri Botanical Garden, volume 45 [Jaltomata pp. 1107 - 1108].

Brambila, D. 1976. Diccionario raramuri-castellano (tarahumar).  La Obra Nacional de la Buena Prensa, Mexico, D.F.

Breedlove, D. E. & R. M. Laughlin. 1993. The Flowering of Man, A Tzotzil Botany of Zinacantán. Smithsonian Contributions to Anthropology, volume 1, number 35. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D. C. [Jaltomata page 203].

Casas, A. et al. 2001. Plant resources of the Tehuacán-Cuicatlán Valley, Mexico. Economic Botany 55 (1): 129 - 166 [Jaltomata procumbens page 165].

Castillo Pinilla, R. 1974. Sinopsis de la Familia Solanaceae en Colombia. Doctoral Dissertation, Universidad Nacional de Colombia [at Harvard].

Castillo, R. and R. E. Schultes. 1986. New combinations in the Solanaceae. Rhodora 88: 291-292 [two taxonomic transfers to Jaltomata].

Coe, L. A. 1997. The Taxonomy of Jaltomata tlaxcala and Jaltomata procumbens (Solanaceae): Morphological Distinctions and Interfertility. Masters Thesis, Central Connecticut State University, New Britain, Connecticut, U.S.A. [at this time there is no validly named species Jaltomata tlaxcala--we will recognize this taxon at the level of subspecies or variety]

Cole, T. C. H. 2021. Solanaceae phylogeny poster [Jaltomata and Solanum are sister genera, most closely related to each other].

Colmeiro, Don Miguel. 1871. Diccionario de los diversos nombres vulgares de muchas plantas usuales ó notables del Antiguo y Nuevo Mundo. Madrid, Imprenta de Gabriel Alhambra [Jaltomata page 104 as Saracha].

Cuba-Melly, N. & J. Odar. 2018. Diversidad de flora vascular de las lomas de Granados y posibles amenazas a su conservación, provincia de Huaral, Lima - Perú. The Biologist (Lima) 16(2): 237-250.

D'Arcy, W. G., T. Mione and T. Davis IV. 1992. Jaltomata grandiflora: a rare Mexican species. Novon 2: 190-192.

D'Arcy, W. G.   1973.   Solanaceae. In Flora of Panama. Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 60: 573-780.

____________.   1979.   The classification of the Solanaceae. In J. G. Hawkes, R. N. Lester and A. D. Skelding [eds.], The Biology and Taxonomy of the Solanaceae, 3-47. Linnean Society Symposium Series No. 7. Academic Press, London.

____________.   1982a.   Jaltomata werfii (Solanaceae), a new species from the Archipelago de Colon (Galápagos Islands). Phytologia 52: 9-10.

____________.   1982b.   Jaltomata werffii: A Correction. Phytologia 52: 230.

  ___________.   1986.   The genera of Solanaceae and their types. Solanaceae Newsletter 2(4): 10-33.

____________.   1991.   The Solanaceae since 1976, with a review of its biogeography. In J. G. Hawkes, R. N. Lester, M. Nee and N. Estrada R. [eds.], Solanaceae III. Taxonomy, Chemistry, Evolution, 75-137. Royal Botanic Gardens Kew and Linnean Society of London, Richmond, Surrey, UK.

____________. and Smith, D. N.   1987.   Saracha spinosa - A new combination in Peruvian Solanaceae. Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard. 74: 674-675.  

Davis, T. IV.   1975.   In Chromosome numbers in phanerogams. 6. Ann. Missouri. Bot. Gard. 62: 513.

Davis, T. IV. 1980.   The generic relationship of Saracha and Jaltomata (Solanaceae; Solaneae). Rhodora 82: 345-352.

Davis, T. IV. 1986.   Jaltomata in the Tarahumara Indian region of Northern Mexico. In W. G. D'Arcy [ed.], Solanaceae Biology and Systematics, 405-411. Columbia University Press, New York.

Davis, T. IV and R. A. Bye, Jr.   1982.   Ethnobotany and progressive domestication of Jaltomata (Solanaceae) in Mexico and Central America. Economic Botany 36(2): 225-241.

Defense Mapping Agency. 1987. Gazetteer of Ecuador, Second edition. Names approved by the United States Board on Geographic Names.   Published by the Defense Mapping Agency, Washington, D.C.

Díaz, J. L.   1976.   Indice y Sinonimia de las Plantas Medicinales de México (Vol. I). Usos de las Plantas Medicinales de México (Vol. II) Imeplam, México, D.F.

Diers, L.   1961.   Der anteil an polyploiden in den vegetationsgürteln der westkordillere Perus. Zeit. Bot. 49: 437-488 [Jaltomata umbellata (Ruiz López and Pavón) Mione and M. Nee as Hebecladus umbellatus (Ruiz López and Pavón) Miers].

Dillon, M. O. et al. 1995. Floristic inventory and biogeographic analysis of montane forests in Northwestern Peru. Biodiversity and Conservation of Neotropical Montane Forests 251 - 269 [Jaltomata page 262].

Dillon, M. O. 1997. Lomas formations: Peru, pp. 519-527. In: V. H. Heywood and S. D. Davis et al., eds., Centres of Plant Diversity, A guide and strategy for their conservation, volume 3, The Americas, The World Wide Fund for Nature and IUCN - The World Conservation Union, Oxford, UK.

Dillon, M. O. 2005. The Solanaceae of the Lomas Formations of Coastal Peru and Chile. pp. 131 - 156. In: A Festschrift for William G. D'Arcy, The Legacy of a Taxonomist. Edited by R. C. Keating, V. C. Hollowell and T. B. Croat. Monographs in Systematic Botany from the Missouri Botanical Garden Press, volume 104. ISBN 1-930723-45-8.

Dodson, C. D. and A. H. Gentry. 1978. Flora of the Rio Palenque Science Center, Los Rios Province, Ecuador. Selbyana 4 [Jaltomata pp. 545-546].

Ehrendorfer, F.   1979.   Reproductive biology in island plants. In D. Bromwell [ed.], Plants and Islands, 293-306. Academic Press, London.

Eickwort, G. C. 1967. Aspects of the biology of Chilicola ashmeadi in Costa Rica. Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society 40: 42-73 [Jaltomata as Saracha].

Fedorov. 1969. Chromosome Numbers of Flowering Plants. Reprint by Otto Koeltz Science Publishers, West Germany, 1974.

Fuentes, F. V. R. 1990. Solanaceae of Cuba IV. Jaltomata Schlechtendal. Revista del Jardin Botanico Nacional 11: 19-22.

Gentry, J. L. Jr. 1972. Studies in Mexican and Central American Solanaceae. Phytologia 26: 265-278.

Gentry, J. L. Jr. 1973. Restoration of the genus Jaltomata (Solanaceae). Phytologia 27: 286-288.

Gentry, J. L. Jr.   1974. The generic name Saracha Ruiz and Pavón (Solanaceae). Fieldiana, Bot. 36: 69-72.

Gentry, J. L. Jr. and W. G. D'Arcy. 1986. Solanaceae of Mesoamerica, pp. 2-26, In Solanaceae Biology and Systematics, ed. W. G. D'Arcy. Columbia University Press [includes clear map of Mesoamerica; Jaltomata on pages 18, 21, 22; 600 km gap between uplands of western Panama and Colombia].

Gentry, J. L. Jr. and P. C. Standley. 1974. Solanaceae. In Flora of Guatemala. Fieldiana, Bot. 24: part X. Nos. 1 and 2. 1-151.  

Gledhill, D. 2008. The names of Plants, 4th ed. Cambridge University Press.

Gottschalk, W. 1954. Die Chromosomenstruktur der Solanaceen unter Berücksichtigung phylogenetischer Fragestellungen. - Chromosoma, 6, 6-7: 539-626.

Haak, D. C., J. L. Kostyun & L. C. Moyle. 2014. Merging ecology and genomics to dissect diversity in wild tomatoes and their relatives, pp 273 - 298. In: C.R. Landry and N. Aubin-Horth (eds.), Ecological Genomics: Ecology and the Evolution of Genes and Genomes, Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology 781, DOI 10.1007/978-94-007-7347-9_14, © Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 2014

Hansen, D. M., J. M. Olesen, T. Mione, S. D. Johnson and C. B. Müller. 2007. Coloured nectar: distribution, ecology, and evolution of an enigmatic floral trait. Biological Reviews 82: 83-111.

Hauser, E. J. P. and J. P. Morrison. 1964. The cytochemical reduction of nitro blue tetrazolium as an index of pollen viability. American Journal of Botany 51: 748-752.

Heiser, C. B. Jr. 1963. Numeración cromosómica de plantas Ecuatorianas. Ciencia y Naturaleza 6: 2-6 [Jaltomata viridiflora as Hebecladus viridiflorus].

Heiser, C. B. Jr. 1990. Seed to civilization: the story of food. Harvard Univ. Press, Cambridge. 

Hensold, N. 1999. Las Angiospermas endémicas del Dpto. de Cajamarca, Perú. Arnaldoa 6(2): 141-184 [Jaltomata pages 167 - 168].

Hooker, W. J.   1845.   Hebecladus biflorus. Twin-flowered Hebecladus . Bot. Mag. 71: Tab. 4192.

Hunziker, A. T.   1961.   Estudios sobre Solanaceae III. Kurtziana 1: 211-216.

______________.   1979.   South American Solanaceae; a synoptic survey. In J. G. Hawkes, R. N. Lester and A. D. Skelding [eds.], The Biology and Taxonomy of the Solanaceae, 49-85. Linnean Society Symposium Series No. 7. Academic Press, N.Y.

______________.   1987.   Studies on Solanaceae. XXI. A preliminary synopsis of Cuatresia. Opera Botanica 92: 73-82.

______________.   1991.   Nota preliminar sobre Saracha viscosa (Solanaceae) y su significado taxonómico. Kurtziana 21: 283.

_______________. 2001. Genera Solanacearum: The genera of Solanaceae illustrated, arranged according to a new system. A. R. G. Gantner Verlag K. G., Ruggell.

Igic, B., L. Bohs, & J. R. Kohn. 2003/2004. Historical inferences from the self-incompatibility locus. The New Phytologist 161: 97-105.

Kearney, T. H. and R. H. Peebles. 1951. Arizona Flora. University of California Press, Berkeley.

Kearns, C. A. and D. W. Inouye. 1993. Techniques for Pollination Biologists. University Press of Colorado, Niwot.

Knapp, S., T. Mione and A. Sagástegui A. 1991. A new species of Jaltomata (Solanaceae) from northwestern Peru. Brittonia 43(3): 181-184.

Laferrière, J. E., C. W. Weber & E. A. Kohlhepp. 1991. Use and nutritional composition of some traditional mountain pima plant foods. Journal of Ethnobiology 11: 93-114 [Jaltomata pages 97, 98, 104].

Kpehke, H.   1930.   Pros. U.S.S.R. Congr. Genet. 2: 319-342 [see Fedorov (1969/1974, p. 734) for this citation in Russian].

Lagos, J. A. 1973. Compendio de botánica sistemática. Casa Impresora Martínez, San Salvador, El Salvador [In figure 233 on page 214 Jaltomata rependidentata or J. procumbens is shown. T. Mione is unable to identify the plant in the black & whilte photograph because it does not show a flower clearly. The photo is incorrectly labeled as "Physalis nicandroides" and the local name "Mora hueca" is also showing on this page. No other infomation about Jaltomata is provided in this book]

Lehr, J. H. & D. J. Pinkava. 1980. A Catalogue of the Flora of Arizona: Supplement I. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 15(1): 17 - 32 [Jaltomata page 27].

Leiva González, S. 1998. Las especies del genero Jaltomata Schlech. (Solanaceae: Solaneae) del norte de Peru. Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, Escuela de Post-Grado, Facultad de Ciencias Biológicas, Maestría en Botánica Tropical, Lima, Peru.

Leiva González, S. 2006. Jaltomata alviteziana y Jaltomata dilloniana (Solanaceae) dos nuevas especies de los Andes del Perú. Jaltomata alviteziana and Jaltomata dilloniana (Solanaceae) two new species from the Peruvian Andes. Arnaldoa 13(2): 282 - 289.

Leiva González, S. & T. Mione. 1999. Dos nuevas especies de Jaltomata Schlechtendal (Solanaceae: Solaneae) del Norte de Perú. Arnaldoa 6(1): 65-74.

Leiva González, S., T. Mione, and V. Quipuscoa S. 1998. Cuatro nuevas especies de Jaltomata (Solanaceae: Solaneae) del Norte de Perú. Arnoldoa 5(2):179-192.

Leiva González, S., T. Mione & L. Yacher. 2007a. Tres nuevas especies de Jaltomata Schlechtendal (Solanaceae) del Norte del Perú. Three new species of Jaltomata Schlechtendal (Solanaceae) from Northern Peru. Arnaldoa 14(1): 29 – 44.

Leiva González, S., T. Mione & L. Yacher. 2007b. Cuatro nuevas especies de Jaltomata Schlechtendal (Solanaceae) del Norte del Perú. Four new species of Jaltomata Schlechtendal (Solanaceae) from Northern Peru. Arnaldoa 14(2): 219–238.

Leiva González, S., T. Mione & L. Yacher. 2008. Dos nuevas especies de Jaltomata Schlechtendal (Solanaceae) del Norte del Perú. Two new species of Jaltomata Schlechtendal (Solanaceae) from Northern Peru. Arnaldoa 15(2): 185 –196.

Leiva González, S., M. Zapata Cruz, G. Gayoso Bazán, P. Lezama Asencio, V. Quipuscoa Silvestre & M. O. Dillon. 2008. Diversidad florística de la Loma Mongón, Provincia Casma, Departamento Ancash, Perú. Arnaldoa 15(1): 45–62.

Leiva González, S., T. Mione, L. Yacher & V. Q. Silvestre. 2010. Modillonia una nueva sección de Jaltomata Schlechtendal (Solanaceae) con una nueva especies del Norte del Perú. Arnaldoa 17(2): 163-171.

Leiva González, S., G. Gayosa Bazán, L. Chang Chávez & M. J. Leiva Salinas. 2016a. Las frutas de los dioses. Universidad Privada Antenor Orrego, Av. América Sur N 3145, ISBN 978-612-4257-23-0.

Leiva González, S., T. Mione & L. Yacher. 2016b.Las especies de Jaltomata Schltdl. (Solanaceae) con néctar rojo, tres nuevas combinaciones nomenclaturales y un nuevo taxón del noreste de Perú. Arnaldoa 23:21–98.

Liogier, H. A. and L. F. Martorell.   1982.   Flora of Puerto Rico and Adjacent Islands: a systematic synopsis. Editorial de la Universidad de Puerto Rico.

Macbride, J. F. 1930. Spermatophytes, Mostly Peruvian-II. 3. Peruvian Solanaceae.   Field Museum of Natural History, Botanical Series, volume 8: 110.

Macbride, J. F. 1962. Solanaceae. Field Mus. Nat. Hist., Bot. Ser. 13: Part V-B, no. 1 [Jaltomata as Saracha and Hebecladus].

McLaughlin, S. P. & J. E. Bowers. 1990. A floristic analysis and checklist for the northern Santa Rita Mountains, Pima Co., Arizona. The Southwestern Naturalist 35(1): 61-75.

Menzel, M. 1950. Cytotaxonomic observations on some genera of the Solanae: Margaranthus, Saracha, and Quincula. American Journal Botany 37: 25-30 [Jaltomata procumbens as Saracha p.].

Messer, E. 1978. Zapotec plant knowledge: classification, uses, and communication about plants in Mitla, Oaxaca, Mexico. In: Prehistory and human ecology of the valley of Oaxaca. editors: K. V. Flannery & R. E. Blanton. Memoirs of the Museum of Anthropology, University of Michigan, Number 10, Volume 5 [Jaltomata as Saracha].

Miers, J.   1845.   Contributions to the botany of South America. London Journ. Bot. 4: 319-325.

________.   1848.   Contributions to the botany of South America. London Journ. Bot. 7: 352-369.

________.   1849.   Contributions to the botany of South America. The Annals and Magazine of Natural History, 2nd series. 3: 141-146, 261-269, 443-451.

________.   1853.   Observations on the Solanaceae. The Annals and Magazine of Natural History, 2nd series. 2: 90-105.

________.   1857.   Illustrations of South American Plants, 2, p. 14-22; appendix p. 55-57.

Mione, T., These are listed separately, follow this link.

Morton, C. V.   Unpublished Notes, The Missouri Botanical Garden and presumably also the Smithsonian Institution.

Morton, C. V.   1938.   Notes on the genus Saracha. Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 51: 75-77 [Jaltomata as Saracha].

Morton, C. V.   1944.   Una nueva especie peruana de Saracha. Revista Univ. (Cuzco). 33(87): 96-97.

Murray, M. A.   1945.   Carpellary and placental structure in the solanaceae. Botanical Gazette. December: 243-260 [(p. 243) "ovary is usually bicarpellate, but in some plants there may be three to five carpels."].

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Olesen, J. M. et al. 1998. Mauritian red nectar remains a mystery. Nature, vol 393: page 529.

Olmstead, R. G. and J. D. Palmer. 1992. A chloroplast DNA phylogeny of the Solanaceae: subfamilial relationships and character evolution. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 79: 346-360.

Pennington, C. W. 1963. The Tarahumar of Mexico: Their environment and material culture. Univ. of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.

Polsgrove, R., T. Mione, and G. J. Anderson. 1993. Heteranthery and post-anthesis filament elongation: the floral biology of Jaltomata repandidentata (Solanaceae).  American Journal of Botany 80 (supplement to 6): 171 [abstract, not peer-reviewed].

Powell, J. G. 2007. Pollination Plan B: The Floral Phenology and Mechanism of Delayed Selfing in Jaltomata repandidentata (Solanaceae). Masters Thesis, Central Connecticut State University.

Reed, C. F. 1964. A flora of the chrome and manganese ore piles at Canton, in the port of Baltimore, Maryland and at Newport News, Virginia, with descriptions of genera and species new to the flora of Eastern United States. Phytologia 10(5): 321 - 406 [Jaltomata as Saracha, pages 399 - 400, J. procumbens was collected on a chrome ore pile in Maryland in the fall of 1953]

Rick, C. M. 1947. Partial suppression of hair development indirectly affecting fruitfulness and the proportion of cross-pollination in a tomato mutant. Amer. Natur. 81: 185-202.

Roe, K. E. 1967. Chromosome numbers in some Solanaceae. Sida 3(3): 153-155 [Jaltomata herrerae as Saracha herrerae].

Roe, K. 1971. Terminology of hairs in the genus Solanum. Taxon 20(4): 501-508.

Plourd, K. C. & T. Mione. 2016. Pollination does not affect floral nectar production, and is required for fruit-set by a hummingbird-visited Andean plant species. Phytologia 98(4): 313-317.

Polsgrove, R., T. Mione, and G. J. Anderson. 1993. Heteranthery and post-anthesis filament elongation: the floral biology of Jaltomata repandidentata (Solanaceae).  American Journal of Botany 80 (supplement to 6): 171 [abstract].

Ruiz, H. Relación del viaje.   1793/1931.   Travels of Ruiz, Pavón, and Dombey in Peru and Chile. edited and annotated by A. J. Barreiro, Madrid. Translated to English by B. E. Dahlgren.   1941.   Botanical Series, Field Museum of Natural History, vol. 21.

Ruiz, H. and Pavón, J.   1794.   Florae Peruvianae et Chilensis. Prodromus.

Ruiz, H. and J. Pavón.   1799.   Florae Peruvianae et Chilensis 2. Gabrielis de Sancha, Madrid.

Rundel, P. W., M. O. Dillon, B. Palma, H.A. Mooney, S. L. Gulmon, J. R. Ehleringer. 1991. The Phytogeography and ecology of the coastal Atacama and Peruvian deserts. Aliso 13(1): 1 - 19 [Jaltomata as Hebecladus, p. 32].

Rzedowski, J. and G. C. de Rzedowski.   1985.   Flora Fanerogámica del Valle de México, Vol. II. Instituto de Ecología México, D. F.

Sagástegui Alva, A., S. Leiva G., P. Lezama A., N. Hensold & M. O. Dillon. 1995. Inventario preliminar de la flora del Bosque Cachil. Arnaldoa 3: 19—34.

Sagástegui Alva, A., I. Sánchez Vega, M. Zapata Cruz and M. O. Dillon. 2003. Diversidad Florística del Norte de Perú, Tomo II. Bosques Montanos. Publicación auspiciada por: Universidad Privada Antenor Orrego.

Saldívar-Iglesias, P., A. Laguna-Cerda, F. Gutiérrez-Rodríguez, M. Domínguez-Galindo. 2010. Acido giberélico en la germinación de semillas de Jaltomata procumbens (Cav.) J. L. Gentry. Agronomía Mesoamericana 21(2): 327-331. ISSN:1021-7444.

Sánchez Sánchez O. 1976. La Flora del Valle de Mexico. Editorial Herrero [Jaltomata as Saracha, p. 350-351, only one species is recognized, "Es planta abundante sobre todo en las milpas." Mione translates this as "growing abundantly especially in farm fields," and in Mexico one might picture a field with primary crops like corn and beans and Jaltomata growing but not weeded out so that people can enjoy the fruits]

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Schlechtendal, D. F. L.   1839.   Index seminum horto academico halensis p.10.

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Seithe, A. 1979. Hair types as taxonomic characters in Solanum. In J. G. Hawkes, R. N. Lester and A. D. Skelding [eds.], The Biology and Taxonomy of the Solanaceae, 307-319. Linnean Society Symposium Series No. 7. Academic Press, N.Y.

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Toolin, L. J., T. R. Van Devender, J. M. Kaiser. 1979. The Flora of Sycamore Canyon, Pajarito Mountains, Santa Cruz County, Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 14 (3): 66-74 [Jaltomata page 73].

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