Espesye sa tanom nga asparagos ang Allium stracheyi. Una ning gihulagway ni John Gilbert Baker. Ang Allium stracheyi sakop sa kahenera nga Allium sa. Botanical Name, Allium stracheyi BAKER. Family, LILIACEAE. Used In, Ayurveda . Distribution. This species is found in the western Himalayas in Jammu. This is the Plant Details for Allium stracheyi BAKER.
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If you have questions about a plant please use the Forum on this website as we do not have the resources to answer questions ourselves. The bulbs should be planted fairly deeply. Eurasian steppes, with greatest diversity in southern Siberia and Mongolia. Retrieved 9 February stracyeyi The name Allium is ancient, and the plant was known to both the Romans and the Greeks.
Tzanoudakis, Dimitris; Trigas, Panayiotis 12 March Infrageneric grouping of Allium— the Gatersleben approach. Mollium was later raised to subgenus level and then again reduced to a section of Etracheyi after transferring many species to Melanocrommyum. For a list of references used on this page please go here.
Allium stracheyi – Wikispecies
Allium stracheyi – Baker. Line 3 Dubouzet, J. Retrieved 10 February The juice of the plant is used as a moth repellent. Regel produced a major monograph of the genus in and this remained syracheyi major reference work for over years till the molecularly based alliuk of Friesen and colleagues in Exposition de familles naturales. New species continue to be described  and Allium is both highly variable and one of the largest monocotyledonous genera,  but the precise taxonomy of Allium is poorly understood,   with incorrect descriptions being widespread.
Faran (Allium Stracheyi)
Although this lineage consists of three subgenera, nearly all the species are attributed to subgenus Ameralliumthe third largest subgenus of Allium. This page was last edited on 24 Juneat Nearly all the species in this lineage of five subgenera are accounted for by subgenus Melanocrommyumwhich is most closely associated with subgenera Vvedenskya and Porphyroprasonphylogenetically.
stracehyi Grows wild in the montane to upper subalpine zone. Retrieved 4 February One has been referred to as classical Allium with tripartite inner filaments and only one thick storage cataphyll.
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Germplasm Resources Information Network. In contrast Li et al. These three genera are late-branching whereas the remaining two subgenera, Caloscordum and Anguinum are early branching. About twenty species are grown as edible cropssuch as onionsgarlic and leekswhile others are foraged from the wild, such as ramps. Our new book to be released soon is Edible Shrubs.
Wed Feb 27 Incomplete lineage sorting, hybridization and trnF’ gene duplication”. Best supported on Google Chrome, Firefox 3. Although no specific mention of medicinal uses has been seen for this species, members of this genus are in stracheji very healthy additions to the diet.
Plant Systematics and Evolution. Although no individual reports regarding this species have been seen, there have been cases of poisoning caused by the consumption, in very large quantities and by sllium mammals, of certain members of this genus.
Media related to Allium at Wikimedia Commons. Furthermore, traditional classications had been based on homoplasious characteristics the independent evolution of similar features in species of different lineages.
Section Codonoprason is strongly monophyletic   and has its centre of diversity in the Mediterranean region, particularly Greece and Turkey, but extends to other areas of Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. It is therefore unplaced within subgenus Allium or considered the sole member of section Scorodon s. Within the lineage the phylogeny is complex. Consequently, traditional sections required considerable re-alignment.
The majority of species produce cysteine sulphoxides that are the source of their distinctive garlic and onion odor and taste. The current map showing distribution of species is only indicative.
Friesen and colleagues carried out an extensive molecular phylogenetic study  resulting in a taxonomy based on 15 sections.
American Journal of Botany. Cysteine sulphoxides are also largely responsible for the flavour and spicy taste of these species, predominantly the isomeric cysteine derivatives alliin and isoalliin. Retrieved 3 October Retrieved 13 October From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.