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Question 1: Solanum centraleAustralian Desert Raisin, Bush Raisin, Bush Sultana, "bush tomato", akatjurra (Alyawarre), kampurarpa (________), merne akatyerre (Arrernte), kutjera
UluruIndigenous AustraliansPitjantjatjaraWestern Desert Language

Question 2: Solanum quitoenselulo (________), naranjilla (Ecuador)
ColombiaQuindío DepartmentColombian armed conflict (1964–present)Valle del Cauca Department

Question 3: Solanum adscendens Sendtner – Sonoita Nightshade (________)
AmericasSouth AmericaNorth AmericaAmericas (terminology)

Question 4: ________ – Pepino dulce, pepino melon, melon pear, "pepino", "tree melon"
Solanum muricatumTomatoSolanum aethiopicumEggplant

Question 5: Solanum americanum Mill. – American Nightshade, American Black Nightshade, Glossy Nightshade (________, Hawaiʻi)
North AmericaAmericas (terminology)South AmericaAmericas

Question 6: The genus was established by ________ in 1753.
BotanyBiologyCarl LinnaeusCharles Darwin

Question 7: ________ – Turkey Berry, Devil's Fig, Prickly Nightshade, Shoo-shoo Bush, Wild Eggplant, Pea Eggplant
Solanum lanceolatumSolanum mammosumSolanum bahamenseSolanum torvum

Question 8: Thus, the genus nowadays contains roughly 1,500-2,000 ________.
EvolutionBiological classificationSpeciesLife

Question 9: They grow as forbs, vines, subshrubs, shrubs, and small trees, and often have attractive fruit and ________.
PollinationFlowering plantFlowerSeed

Question 10: Solanum melongena________, Aubergine (including S. ovigerum)
TomatoPotatoEggplantRice
















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