Fragaria iinumae

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Fragaria iinumae
Fragaria iinumae.jpg
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Plantae
(unranked): Angiosperms
(unranked): Eudicots
(unranked): Rosids
Order: Rosales
Family: Rosaceae
Genus: Fragaria
Species: F. iinumae
Binomial name
Fragaria iinumae
Makino

Fragaria iinumae is a species of strawberry native to Japan and eastern Russia.[1][2][3]

In Japan it was first discovered on Mount Nōgōhaku (能郷白山 Nōgōhaku-san?) and the name Nōgō Fragaria (ノウゴウイチゴ・能郷苺 Nōgō Ichigo?) was given.[4][5]

All strawberries have a base haploid count of 7 chromosomes. Fragaria iinumae is diploid, having 2 pairs of these chromosomes for a total of 14 chromosomes.[1][2][3]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Oda, Y. 2002. Photosynthetic characteristics and geographical distribution of diploid Fragaria species native in Japan. Acta Hort. 567: 381-384. Abstract.
  2. ^ a b Hummer, K.E., Sabitov, A., & Davis, T. 2005. Iturup And Sakhalin Island Strawberries. Hortscience 40(4): 1127. Abstract.
  3. ^ a b F. innumae data from GRIN Taxonomy Database
  4. ^ "Alpine plant in Japan" (in Japanese). YAMA-KEI Publishers,ISBN 4-635-09019-1. 1994. 
  5. ^ "Alpen guide Mount Haku and mountains in Hokuriku" (in Japanese). YAMA-KEI Publishers,ISBN 4-635-01321-9. 2000. 

External links[edit]

  • Oda, Y. 2002. Photosynthetic characteristics and geographical distribution of diploid Fragaria species native in Japan. Acta Hort. 567: 381-384. Abstract.
  • Hummer, K.E., Sabitov, A., & Davis, T. 2005. Iturup and Sakhalin Island strawberries. Hortscience 40(4): 1127. Abstract.
  • F. iinumae data from GRIN Taxonomy Database