Cucurbits: botany, cultivation, and utilization
Introduction and geographic origen of cultivated species; General morphology and anatomy; Taxonomy and cultivars; Cytogenetics and plant breeding; The effect of enviromental factors on growth and development; Culture; Seed production; Disease and insect pests; Harvesting, transportation, storage, and marketing; Composition and uses.
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General Morphology and Anatomy
Taxonomy and Cultivars
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