Cucurbita argyrosperma

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Related to Cucurbita argyrosperma: Cucurbita foetidissima, hubbard squash, winter squash
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Noun1.Cucurbita argyrosperma - plant bearing squash having globose to ovoid fruit with variously striped grey and green and white warty rinds
cushaw - globose or ovoid squash with striped grey and green warty rind
Cucurbita, genus Cucurbita - type genus of the Cucurbitaceae
winter squash, winter squash plant - any of various plants of the species Cucurbita maxima and Cucurbita moschata producing squashes that have hard rinds and mature in the fall
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This study was conducted to evaluate the effect of chihua pumpkin (Cucurbita argyrosperma) residue in ruminal digestibility and gas production in an in vitro assay.
La presencia de cactaceas es importante, ya que las crucetas (Acamthocerem tetragomm) y nopales (Opuntia sp.) se usan para alimentacion, ya que las hortalizas comerciales no reportan casi presencia, las mas frecuentes son chaya (Cnidoscolus chayamansa), quelite (Chenopodium sp.) y calabaza pipian (Cucurbita argyrosperma).
Heterochrony and heteroblastic leaf development in two subspecies of Cucurbita argyrosperma (Cucurbitaceae).
cardo 34) Canea papava papaya 35) Carva fllmomensis pecan 36) Celtis ehrenbergiana tala 37) Cenchrus clandestinus pasto klkuyo, pasto africano 38) Cenchrus pumupeus pasto elefante 39) Cenchrus fribuloides zacate 40) Chenopodium albpm quinoa 41) Chusqupa lorent7iana cana 42) Cicer arietinum garbanzo 43) Cichorium intybus achicoria, radicheta 44) Citrullus lanatus var sandia lanatus 45) Citrus sinensis naranja 46) Coffea arabica cafe 47) Convolvulus arvensis enredadera perenne 48) Croton capitatus hierba de la cabra 49) Cucumis melo melon 50) Cucumis sativus pepino 51) Cucurbita argyrosperma calabaza subsp.
Systematics and evolution of a domesticated squash, Cucurbita argyrosperma, and its wild and weedy relatives.
shade leaves of Cucurbita argyrosperma. She found that these differences arise not due to prolonged production of juvenile leaves but due to alterations in the later developmental program of the leaf; sun leaves have significantly more rapid leaf expansion rates.
There are at least three such pairs within the genus Cucurbita (the pumpkins and squashes) (Decker-Walters et al., 1990), one pair being the two subspecies of Cucurbita argyrosperma (Merrick and Bates, 1989; Merrick, 1990).