Botanical name: Cucurbita argyrosperma Huber Family: Cucurbitaceae Common names. English: cushaw (United States); Spanish: calabaza, calabaza pinta. Pumpkin (Cucurbita pepo) Kabocha ARJUNA. Kabocha type pumpkin also used in Central America as “calabaza” [ ] Read more. Domestication History of the Squash Plant (Cucurbita spp) . This was a subspecies of Cucurbita pepo called Cucurbita pepo ovifera and its.
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Se corta una “tapita”. Mini zapallos de Cucurgita. Comparten el grupo con los que tradicionalmente son cultivados para forraje en India donde se presenta mucha diversidad. El cultivar ‘Early Prolific Straightneck’ es mencionado como un cultivo importante en Estados Unidos, introducido en Color mayoritariamente de verde oscuro preferido en USA a verde claro preferido en Medio Orienteaunque en los ’90 se desarrollaron zucchinis de color amarillo.
Cucurbita pepo grupo Vegetable Marrow no confundir cucurbitq Cucurbita maxima Marrow Group, que se consume maduro. Cucurbita moschata tipo ‘Butternut’ es decir frutos similares al del cultivar ‘Butternut’.
Pumpkin / Calabaza
En Ecuador “tipo Butternut”. CushawCucurbita argyrosperma var. El cultivar que da nombre al grupo informal, ‘Hubbard’, fue introducido en por un habitante del pueblo de Marblehead, Massachusetts.
El de la foto es ‘Boston Marrow’. Cucurbita moschata tipo Queso horticultural group Cheese. El cultivar ‘Cheese’, de forma aplanada ccucurbita con surcos, con su pulpa gruesa y naranja, fue muy popular en el s. Cucurbita maxima tipo Delicious desarrollado en USA a partir de zapallos introducidos desde Brasil, nombre antiguo que persiste en las clasificaciones.
Cucurbita pepo Grupo Spaghettiel primer cultivar fue ‘Vegetable Spaghetti’, aparentemente originado en Manchuria e introducido en Estados Unidos enusado como reemplazo de la lepo Cucurbita pepo “Calabacitas Decorativas” Ornamental Gourds. Algunos cultivares como ‘Flat’ “aplanado”‘Miniature Ball’ “pelota en miniatura” y cucuebita “pera” difieren poco de las variedades silvestres.
De tipo “Ball” Bola”Warty” con verrugas. En este caso es “Warty” con verrugas.
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Aplanados y angulosos de 5 pares de puntas, colores que se ven como una flor desde arriba. Las costillas se extienden en 5 pares de dedos que apuntan hacia el extremo distal.
Ubicadas en el grupo informal normalmente llamado Cucurbita pepo Ornamental Gourds Calabacitas Decorativas. Las calabazas de esta especie tienen un uso principalmente recreativo en Estados Unidos. De Wikipedia, la enciclopedia cslabaza. Forma verde claro como Cucurbita pepo ‘Benning’s Green Tint’. Forma amarilla, planta arbustiva, como Cucurbita pepo ‘Golden Bush Scallop’.
Diferencias relativas entre C. Tipo “Kabocha”, en Estados Unidos incluido en los de tipo “Buttercup”. Expression of lignified rind is conditioned by the dominant gene Hr hard rind and of warts by the dominant gene Wt.
Both Hr and Wt must be present for wartiness to develop Schaffer et al. Primitive forms from Mexico, exemplified by PIs andhave smooth but thick lignified rinds; these forms may be representative of an earlier stage in evolution under domestication, an early offshoot, or a separate line of domestication from the pumpkin line.
The South African cultivar ‘Little Gem’ is a miniature pumpkin having a smooth, thin, but lignified rind. The reportedly very high quality of ‘Little Gem’ and ‘Nantucket’ indicates that these pumpkins are well advanced from primitive stocks.
Their hard rinds would suggest that they were derived through hybridization between pumpkins and hard-rinded forms”. Their fruit rinds are not lignified, enabling easy slicing of the fruits.
This characteristic apparently was important to Native Americans, for it has been suggested Kay et al. Every autumn, the orange, round or oval fruits are carved into grotesque faces and illuminated from within by candles”. The fruit are used to adorn the home and festivals and are one indicator that the autumn season has arrived. Cucurbita pepo ‘Connecticut Field’. Cucurbita pepo ‘Autumn King’.
Cucurbita pepo ‘Cotton Candy’. The fine, rough netting around the shell is a distinguishing feature of this heirloom. This is the gold-standard pie pumpkin that can be eaten right out of the garden.
Cucurbita pepo ‘Winter Luxury Pie’. They are used for decoration and are edible as well. Cucurbita pepo ‘Li’l Pump-ke-mon’. Cucurbita pepo ‘Sweet Lightning’.
Guicoy, squash, ayote, calabaza, pumpkin
When a Group is divided or when two or more Groups are united or when the circumpscription of a Group is otherwise significantly re-defined in such a way that the resulting Group no longer has the same circumpscription a new name must be given for the resulting Group s. In the example given above, Solanum tuberosum Maincrop Group and S.
Tulipa Dutch Breeders Group and T. English Breeders Group were united into the newly circumscribed T. Breeders Group see J. Dix, A classified list of tulip names 4, Recent breeding programmes in Begonia have led to the recognition of separate Groups within the existing Elatior Group. In due course these may be given new Group names instead of being referred to the Eliator Group as currently circumscribed.
In the s, a number of Magnolia hybrids were developed by D. Gresham and these have been referred to as Gresham Hybrids or as the Gresham Group. The inclusion of these hybrids in such a Group is unsatisfactory, the Group name being merely a statement of origin with individual members not showing characters in common.
Two distinct Groups of Gresham’s hybrids have, however, been recognized as Svelte Brunette Group and Buxom Nordic Blonde Group, each of which has a distinct set of characteristics see J. Cucurbita pepo Pumpkin Group. Fruits spherical, oblate or oval, round or flattened at ends. Fruit orange, round or oval. In various countries, cultivars producing massive, orange fruits, such as ‘Atlantic Giant’ and ‘Big Max’, are cultivated for entry into contests for large fruits.
Fruit large, orange, with a soft rind and white seeds”. Thus, the possibility exists that this group is an ancient and separate line of domestication, like the pumpkins and the scallops.
Unlike the other two groups, the crookneck was not widely distributed nor did it consist of a number of distinct variants. As crooknecks have been cultivated continuously in North America at least sinceit seems safe to assume that the modern crookneck cultivars are the direct descendants of those cultivated over yr ago”.
In addition, the well-known cultivar ‘Early Prolific Straightneck’, introduced in Cultivars of the straightneck group were probably originally selected from these crookneck squashes. To the best of my knowledge, the straightnecks have been and are grown almost exclusively in North America. Fruits elongate with slim, long, slightly to very curved neck, distal half of fruit broad. Fruit elongated with a curved neck.
Fruits cylindrical, with short, slightly constricted neck near stem end and distal half of fruit broad. Cucurbita pepo ‘Early Prolific Straightneck’.
Fruit cylindrical with a straight, slightly constricted neck. Cucurbita pepo Scallop Group. Fruits flattened, almost disc-shaped, with wavy equatorial or nearly equatorial margins.
Fruit small, flattened, typically with scalloped edges. It differs from the medieval squash, however, by having a bush habit. The scallops are woody and inedible as mature fruits, but are firm and quite pleasant as young fruits”. Fruits long, cylindrical, with little or no taper, ratio of length to width approximating or exceeding 3. Fruit long, cylindrical, with little or no taper. Althought most zucchinis have green rinds, scientists have recently selected types with the B allele for yellow rind e.
Fruits of short, tapered, cylindrical shape. Gradual taper from narrow at peduncle end to broad at stem and, ratio of lenght to broadest width ranging from 2. Cucurbita pepo ‘Beirut’, Cucurbita pepo ‘Sihi Lavan’. Fruit short, cylindrical, tapering from the broad blossom end to the narrow peduncle end. Loy, Chapter 4 “Breedign Squash and Pumpkins”, p. Fruit bell-shaped to almost cylindrical. It was selected for better fruit shape from the heirloom cultivar ‘Canada Crookneck’ and introduced by the Breck Seed Company in The elongated neck of the buff-coloured ‘Butternut’ fruit is generally straight but occasionally curved.
The neck is entirely usable because the small seed cavity is confined to the bulbous base of the fruit. It was obtained by crossing ‘New Hampshire Butternut’ with an African plant introduction to the USA, and has been a very popular cultivar ever since its commercial introduction in “. Fruit round at the blossom end with a long straight or curved neck. Fruits shaped like a top, broad at stem end and coming to a point at blossom end, deeply furrowed.
Fruit small, top-shaped, furrowed, pointed at the blossom end. This acorn squash produces small, ribbed fruits which are often cut in half and baked. It is similar to a landrace grown by Native Americans before the Discovery. Not all of the localized landraces of Cucurbita maxima that have evolved can be placed in the following informal classification scheme, which is based on Castetter