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  1. Abstract, Frontiers in Plant Science, 2017 Eggplant is the fifth most economically important solanaceous crop after potato, tomato, pepper, and tobacco. Apart from the well-known brinjal eggplant (Solanum melongenaL.), two other under-utilized eggplant species, the scarlet eggplant (S....
  2. Abstract,Journal of Applied Biosciences, 2014 Objective: Farmers often harvest African eggplant (Solanum Aethiopicum L.) fruits at different stages of fruit maturity. The influence of these harvesting practices on fruit productivity and nutritional quality is not known. This study was conducted...
  3. Edible Portion: Leaves, Fruit, Flowers, Vegetable An annual plant. It can keep groing for some years. The leaves are dark green and glossy. The leaf stalk is not well defined as the leaf blade runs down into the stalk. Leaves are generally not very hairy. The flowers are purple or sometimes...
  4. It is widely accepted that Solanum macrocarpon is the cultivated form of the wild Solanum dasyphyllum. Opinions on whether to maintain them as distinct species differ, any distinctions between them are largely artificial, but they are maintained as distinct here for practical purposes

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