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Cytokinin/Auxin Control of Apical Dominance in Ipomoea nil

A Putative Receptor Protein Kinase Gene in Ipomoea trifida

Carotenoid composition and carotenogenic gene expression during Ipomoea petal development

Morphological and Biochemical Investigations on Ipomoea Seedlings and their Species Interrelationships

IbMADS1 (Ipomoea batatas MADS-box 1 gene) is Involved in Tuberous Root Initiation in Sweet Potato (Ipomoea batatas)

The Genetic Basis of a Flower Color Polymorphism in the Common Morning Glory (Ipomoea purpurea)

Tracing the Geographic Origins of Weedy Ipomoea purpurea in the Southeastern United States

Characterization of a member of the AN subfamily, IAN, from Ipomoea nil

Seed Development in Ipomoea lacunosa (Convolvulaceae), with Particular Reference to Anatomy of the Water Gap

A proposed mechanism for physical dormancy break in seeds of Ipomoea lacunosa (Convolvulaceae)

Survey of genome sequences in a wild sweet potato, Ipomoea trifida (H. B. K.) G. Don

Sporophytic Self-incompatibility in Ipomoea trifida, a Close Relative of Sweet Potato

Nucleotide Sequence Diversity of Floral Pigment Genes in Mexican Populations of Ipomoea purpurea (Morning Glory) Accord with a Neutral Model of Evolution

Occurrence and Cytological Mechanism of 2n Pollen Formation in a Tetraploid Accession of Ipomoea batatas (Sweet Potato)

Larvicidal Efficacy of Different Plant Parts of Railway Creeper, Ipomoea cairica Extract Against Dengue Vector Mosquitoes, Aedes albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae) and Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae)

Population Dynamics of Three Aphid Species (Hemiptera: Aphididae) on Four Ipomoea spp. Infected or Noninfected With Sweetpotato Potyviruses


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(family Convolvulaceae)

A genus, chiefly of climbing herbs, that have showy flowers which are sometimes noctural. The genus includes I. batatas (sweet potato) which has sweetish, edible tubers. There are about 500 species, occurring in tropical and warm temperate regions.

Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry.

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