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- Yetisir, H., et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Acta horticulturae 2017 no.1151 pp. 135-142
- Lagenaria siceraria; cobalt; containers; cooking; gamma radiation; haploidy; homozygosity; inbred lines; irradiation; landraces; leaves; music; oils; parthenogenesis; pollen; pollination; radionuclides; rootstocks; seeds; shoots; soil-borne diseases; tissue culture; watermelons; Cyprus; Spain
- ... Cultivated Legenaria siceraria (Malign) Stanley is commonly known as the white-flowered gourd. It has been grown annually and it is a monocious, vigorous climber species. The mature fruit is often scooped out and the skin is used as containers, music instrument, decorative purposes or in some cases, fishing floats. Shoots, tendrils and leaves are also cooked and the seeds are removed for oil extra ...