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ced5a5f5e9 Switch to Mobile Site Recommended articles No articles found. Discriminant analysis of principal components: a new method for the analysis of genetically structured populations. The recorded history of tomatoes in Italy dates back to 31 October 1548 when the house steward of Cosimo de' Medici, the grand duke of Tuscany, wrote to the Medici private secretary informing him that the basket of tomatoes sent from the grand duke's Florentine estate at Torre del Gallo "had arrived safely." Tomatoes were grown mainly as ornamentals early on after their arrival in Italy. USA 106, 15780–15785 (2009). PLoS ONE 4, e4619 (2009).
However, multiple gains are at times possible, as with iron and zinc in rice and wheat, where the characteristics that lead to more iron and zinc in the plant can also lead, by some accounts, to higher yield. Home cooking. Numbers of transitions and transversions where apple (Ap) differs from pear (Pr) and peach (Pc) (a; 12,273 total), where pear differs from apple and peach (b; 13,124 total), and where peach differs from apple and pear (c; 381,619 total). After their conquest of Tenochtitlan, Spaniards exported tomatoes (jitomates) to the rest of the world with the name tomate, so numerous languages use forms of the word "tomato" (tomate) to refer to the red tomato instead of the green tomatillo. (b) Principal coordinate analysis based on the Lynch distance between genotypes from New Guinea and tropical America. 1876. ^ "Vegetarians in Paradise/Tomato History, Tomato Nutrition, Tomato Recipe". (2004). The US apple genome project was supported by Washington State University Agriculture Research Center, Washington Tree Fruit Research Commission and US Department of Agriculture National Research Initiative (USDA-NRI) grant 2008 −35300-04676 to A.D., A.K.