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Literature of Vegetables
Minor species


  • 1. Airy Shaw, H.K., 1969. Notes on Malesian and other Asiatic Euphorbiaceae. Kew Bulletin 23: 2-131.
  • 2. Airy Shaw, H.K., 1972. The Euphorbiaceae of Siam. Kew Bulletin 26: 191-363.
  • 3. Airy Shaw, H.K., 1981. The Euphorbiaceae of Sumatra. Kew Bulletin 36: 239-374.
  • 4. Airy Shaw, H.K., 1982. The Euphorbiaceae of Central Malesia. Kew Bulletin 37: 1-40.
  • 5. Association of Applied Botanists, 1984. Aspects of applied biology 6. Agronomy, physiology, plant breeding and crop protection of oilseed rape. 26-28 March, 1984, Cambridge, U.K. Association of Applied Botanists, Wellesbourne, United Kingdom. 419 pp.
  • 6. Backer, C.A., 1928-1934. Onkruidflora der Javasche suikerrietgronden. Handboek ten dienste van de suikerriet cultuur en de rietsuiker fabricage op Java [Weed flora of Javanese sugar cane fields. Handbook for the cultivation of sugar cane and manufacturing of cane sugar in Java]. Vereniging het Proefstation voor de Java Suikerindustrie. 4 volumes. 907 pp.
  • 7. Backer, C.A. & Bakhuizen van den Brink Jr, R.C., 1963-1968. Flora of Java. 3 volumes. Wolters Noordhoff, Groningen, the Netherlands. Vol.1 (1963) 647 pp., Vol.2 (1965) 641 pp., Vol. 3 (1968) 761 pp.
  • 8. Backer, C.A. & van Slooten, D.F., 1924. Geïllustreerd handboek der Javaansche theeonkruiden en hunne betekenis voor de cultuur [Illustrated handbook of weeds of Javanese tea plantations and their significance for tea growing]. Ruygrok, Batavia, Dutch East Indies. 308 pp.
  • 9. Bailey, L.H., 1975. Manual of cultivated plants. 15th printing of 1951 edition (1st edition, 1924). Macmillan, New York, United States. 1116 pp.
  • 10. Banerjee, A., Bagchi, D.K. & Matai, S., 1985. Allmania nodiflora (Amaranthaceae), a promising source of leaf protein. Aquatic Botany 22(3-4): 393-396.
  • 11. Barrau, J., 1962. Les plantes alimentaires de l'Océanie, origines, distribution et usages [The edible plants of Oceania, origins, distribution and uses]. University of Aix Marseille, Faculty of Sciences, Thesis No 71. 275 pp.
  • 12. Bates, D.M., Robinson, R.W. & Jeffrey, C. (Editors), 1990. Biology and utilization of the Cucurbitaceae. Comstock, Cornell University Press, Syracuse, New York, United States. 485 pp.
  • 13. Brown, W.H., 1941-1943. Useful plants of the Philippines. 3 volumes. Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources. Technical Bulletin 10. Bureau of Printing, Manila, the Philippines. 1610 pp. (reprint, 1951-1957).
  • 14. Brücher, H., 1977. Tropische Nutzpflanzen. Ursprung, Evolution und Domestikation [Tropical useful plants. Origin, evolution and domestication]. Springer Verlag, Berlin, Germany. 529 pp.
  • 15. Brückner, K., 1953. Zur Sorten-und Anbaufrage sowie Verwendung des Kultur Löwenzahns [Races, cultivation and use of the cultivated dandelion] (Taraxacum officinale Web.). Pharmazie 8: 1043-1051.
  • 16. Buijsen, J.R.M., 1990. Taxonomic survey of Allium species cultivated in South East Asia. Mimeographed report. Rijksherbarium, Leiden, the Netherlands. 47 pp.
  • 17. Buishand, T., 1991. De Mexicaanse augurk. Een kansrijke klimplant voor de koude grond [The Mexican gherkin. A climber with potential for growing outdoors]. Groei en Bloei 8: 40-41.
  • 18. Buishand, T., 1992. Pepino, produktieve potplant voor terras en balkon [Pepino, productive potplant for terrace and balcony]. Groei en Bloei 4: 77-78.
  • 19. Bunting, G.S., 1961. The cultivated species of Spatiphyllum. Baileya 9: 109-117.
  • 20. Burkill, I.H., 1935. A dictionary of the economic products of the Malay Peninsula. 2 volumes. Crown Agents for the Colonies, London, United Kingdom. 2402 pp. (slightly revised reprint, 1966. 2 volumes. Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 2444 pp.).
  • 21. Burtt, B.L., 1970. Studies in the Gesneriaceae of the Old World 33: some species of Cyrtandra, chiefly Bornean. Notes from the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh 30: 23-42.
  • 22. Burtt, B.L. & Smith, R.M., 1972. Notes on Malesian Zingiberaceae. Notes from the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh 31: 307-316.
  • 23. Busson, F., 1965. Plantes alimentaires de l'Ouest africain [Food plants of West Africa]. Ministère de la Coopération, Paris, France. 568 pp.
  • 24. Corner, E.J.H., 1965. Checklist of Ficus in Asia and Australasia with keys to identification. The Gardens' Bulletin Singapore 21(1): 1-186.
  • 25. Corner, E.J.H., 1978. Ficus dammaropsis and the multibracteate species of Ficus sect. Sycocarpus. Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. B. Biological sciences 281: 373-406.
  • 26. Corner, E.J.H., 1988. Wayside trees of Malaya. 3rd edition. 2 volumes. The Malayan Nature Society, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  • 27. Corner, E.J.H. & Watanabe, K., 1969. Illustrated guide to tropical plants. Hirokawa Publishing Co., Tokyo, Japan. 1147 pp.
  • 28. Criel, D., 1989. Bijzondere groenten in uw moestuin [Unusual vegetables in your vegetable garden]. Zomer & Keuning Boeken, Ede, the Netherlands. 251 pp.
  • 29. Department of Primary Industry, 1983. Leafy vegetables. Farming notes 30. Department of Primary Industry, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. 40 pp.
  • 30. de Wilde Duyfjes, B.E.E., 1976. A revision of the genus Allium L. (Liliaceae) in Africa. Mededelingen Landbouwhogeschool Wageningen 76 11. 239 pp.
  • 31. Diels, L., 1935. Die Moraceen von Papuasien [The Moraceae of Papuasia]. Botanische Jahrbücher 67: 171-235.
  • 32. FAO, 1984. Food and fruit bearing forest species. 2. Examples from southeastern Asia. FAO Forestry paper 44/2. Rome, Italy. 167 pp.
  • 33. Flore du Cambodge, du Laos et du Vietnam [Flora of Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam] (various editors), 1960- . Vol. 1-24. Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Laboratoire de Phanérogamie, Paris, France.
  • 34. Forster, P.I., 1989. Notes on Asclepiadaceae, 1. Austrobaileya 3: 109-133.
  • 35. Forster, P.I., 1991. A taxonomic revision of Cynanchum L. (Asclepiadaceae: Asclepiadoideae) in Australia. Austrobaileya 3: 443-466.
  • 36. French, B.R., 1986. Food plants of Papua New Guinea, a compendium. Australia Pacific Science Foundation. 407 pp.
  • 37. Hansen, C. & Wickens, G.E., 1981. A revision of Ochthocharis (Melastomataceae), including Phaeoneuron of Africa. Kew Bulletin 36: 13-30.
  • 38. Hay, A., 1988. Cyrtosperma (Araceae) and its Old World allies. Blumea 33: 427-469.
  • 39. Hegi, G., 1906-1931. Illustrierte Flora von Mitteleuropa [Illustrated flora of Central Europe]. Vols. 1-7. Lehmanns Verlag, München, Germany. (2nd and 3rd editions 1935- .)
  • 40. Heiser, C.B., 1964. Origin and variability of the pepino (Solanum muricatum): a preliminary report. Baileya 12: 151-158.
  • 41. Henderson, C.P. & Hancock, I.R., 1988. A guide to the useful plants of Solomon Islands. Ministry of Agriculture and Lands, Honiara, Solomon Islands. 481 pp.
  • 42. Henderson, M.R., 1959. Malayan wild flowers: dicotyledons. The Malayan Nature Society, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 478 pp.
  • 43. Herklots, G.A.C., 1972. Vegetables in South East Asia. George Allen & Unwin, London, United Kingdom. 525 pp.
  • 44. Heyne, K., 1927. De nuttige planten van Nederlandsch Indië [The useful plants of the Dutch East Indies]. 2nd edition. 3 volumes. Departement van Landbouw, Nijverheid en Handel in Nederlandsch Indië. 1953 pp. (3rd edition, 1950. van Hoeve, 's Gravenhage/Bandung, the Netherlands/Indonesia. 1660 pp.).
  • 45. Holttum, R.E., 1950. The Zingiberaceae of the Malay Peninsula. The Gardens' Bulletin Singapore 13(1): 1-282.
  • 46. Hotta, M., Ogata, K., Nitta, A., Hosikawa, K., Yanagi, M. & Yamazaki, K. (Editors), 1989. Sekai yuhyou shokubutu jiten [Useful plants of the world]. Heibonsha, Tokyo, Japan. 1499 pp.
  • 47. Huxley, A., Griffiths, M. & Levy, M. (Editors), 1992. The new Royal Horticultural Society dictionary of gardening. 4 volumes. Macmillan Press, London, United Kingdom.
  • 48. Imazu, T., 1961. Morphological, ecological and cytological studies on cultivated and wild butterburs, Petasites japonicus Maxim. I. On the morphology of the leaf, sprouting and flowering habits, and seed germination [in Japanese, English summary]. Journal of the Japanese Society for Horticultural Science 30: 233-240.
  • 49. Jacquat, C., 1990. Plants from the markets of Thailand. Editions Duang Kamol, Bangkok, Thailand. 251 pp.
  • 50. Kroll, R., 1957. De groenteteelt in Belgisch Congo [Vegetable growing in Belgian Congo]. Directie van Landbouw, Bossen en Veeteelt, Brussel, Belgium. 134 pp.
  • 51. Kuebel, K.R. & Tucker, A.O., 1988. Vietnamese culinary herbs in the United States. Economic Botany 42(3): 413-419.
  • 52. Kurz, W.S., 1877. Forest flora of British Burma. 2 volumes. Office of the Superintendent of Government Printing, Calcutta, India.
  • 53. Lang, R.M., 1989. Fijne en zeldzame groenten [Fine and rare vegetables]. Uitgeverij Terra, Zutphen, the Netherlands. 128 pp.
  • 54. Lecomte, M.H. & Gagnepain, F. (Editors), 1907-1950. Flore générale de l'Indo Chine [General flora of Indo China]. 7 volumes and supplements. Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris, France.
  • 55. Li, Hui Lin et al. (Editors), 1975-1978. Flora of Taiwan. 5 volumes. Epoch Publishing Company, Taipei, Taiwan.
  • 56. Lolo, M., 1982. A survey of traditional vegetables in the Gazelle Peninsula, East New Britain. In: Proceedings of the Second Papua New Guinea Food Crops Conference, July 14-18, 1980, Goroka. Department of Primary Industry, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. pp. 148-159.
  • 57. Mansfeld, R., 1986. Verzeichnis landwirtschaftlicher und gärtnerischer Kulturpflanzen (ohne Zierpflanzen) [Register of agricultural and horticultural plants in cultivation (without ornamentals)]. Schultze Motel, J. et al., editors 2nd edition, 4 volumes. Springer Verlag, Berlin, Germany. 1998 pp.
  • 58. Marzi, V. & Lattanzio, V. (Editors), 1981. Studi sul carciofo [Studies on artichoke]. Industria Grafica Laterza, Bari, Italy. 1127 pp.
  • 59. Matthew, K.M., 1981-1983. The flora of the Tamilnadu Carnatic. 3 volumes. The Rapinat Herbarium, Tiruchirapalli, India.
  • 60. Merrill, E.D., 1912. A flora of Manila. Bureau of Printing, Manila, the Philippines. 491 pp.
  • 61. Merrill, E.D., 1923-1926. An enumeration of Philippine flowering plants. 4 volumes. Bureau of Printing, Manila, the Philippines. 463, 530, 628, 515 pp. respectively.
  • 62. Michellon, R., 1985. Comparaison de variétés de chicorée de Bruxelles (endive) à la Réunion [Comparison of endive cultivars in Réunion]. l'Agronomie Tropicale 40(1): 40-43.
  • 63. Morton, J.F., 1981. Atlas of medicinal plants of Middle America (Bahamas to Yucatan). C.C. Thomas Publisher, Springfield, Illinois, United States. 1420 pp.
  • 64. National Research Council, 1989. Lost crops of the Incas: little known plants of the Andes with promise for worldwide cultivation. National Academy Press, Washington, D.C., United States. 415 pp.
  • 65. Nicholson, B.E., Harrison, S.G., Masefield, G.B. & Wallis, M., 1969. The Oxford book of food plants. Oxford University Press, United Kingdom. 206 pp.
  • 66. Ochse, J.J. & Bakhuizen van den Brink, R.C., 1980. Vegetables of the Dutch East Indies. 3rd English edition (translation of "Indische groenten"", 1931). Asher & Co., Amsterdam, the Netherlands. 1016 pp.
  • 67. Ohashi, H., 1973. The Asiatic species of Desmodium and its allied genera (Leguminosae). Ginkgoana 1: 1-318.
  • 68. Pancho, J.V. & Soerjani, M., 1978. Aquatic weeds of South East Asia; a systematic account of common Southeast Asian aquatic weeds. National Publishing Cooperative, Quezon City, the Philippines. 130 pp.
  • 69. Peekel, P.G., 1984. Flora of the Bismarck Archipelago for naturalists. English edition. Office of Forests, Division of Botany, Lae, Papua New Guinea. 638 pp.
  • 70. Petelot, A., 1952-1954. Les plantes médicinales du Cambodge, du Laos et du Vietnam [Medicinal plants of Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam]. 4 volumes. Archives des Recherches Agronomiques et Pastorales au Vietnam No 14, 18, 22, 23. Vietnam.
  • 71. Phongpha ngan, S., 1972. Phuet kindai [Edible plants]. Witthayasart [Science] 26(4): 9-15.
  • 72. Polhill, R.M., 1971. Some observations on generic limits in Dalbergieae--Lonchocarpineae Benth. (Leguminosae). Kew Bulletin 25: 259-273.
  • 73. Poulsen, N.I, 1990. Chives (Allium schoenoprasum L.) In: Brewster, J.L. & Rabinowitch, H.D. (Editors): Onions and allied crops. Vol. 3. Biochemistry, food science, and minor crops. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida, United States. pp. 231-250.
  • 74. Purseglove, J.W., 1968-1972. Tropical crops. Longman, London, United Kingdom. Dicotyledons. 2 volumes (1968), 719 pp. Monocotyledons. 2 volumes (1972), 607 pp.
  • 75. Regalado, J.C., 1990. Revision of Medinilla (Melastomataceae) of Borneo. Blumea 35: 5-70.
  • 76. Ridley, H.N., 1922-1925. The flora of the Malay Peninsula. 5 volumes. Government of the Straits Settlements and Federated Malay States. L. Reeve & Co., London, United Kingdom.
  • 77. Roecklein, J.C. & Ping Sun Leung, 1987. A profile of economic plants. Transaction, New Brunswick, United States. 623 pp.
  • 78. Roxburgh, W., 1832. Flora Indica. Carey edition. Reprint 1874.-Thacker, Spink & Co., Calcutta, India. 763 pp. + lxiv pp.
  • 79. Schumann, K., 1899. Monographie der Zingiberaceae von Malaisien und Papuasien [Monography of the Zingiberaceae of Malesia and Papuasia]. Botanische Jahrbücher 27: 259-350.
  • 80. Shinohara, S. (Editor), 1984-1989. Vegetable seed production technology of Japan. 2 volumes. Shinohara's Authorized Agricultural Consulting Engineer Office, Tokyo, Japan. Vol. 1 (1984) 432 pp., Vol. 2 (1989) 317 pp.
  • 81. Simmonds, N.W. (Editor), 1976. Evolution of crop plants. Longman, London, United Kingdom. 339 pp.
  • 82. Sleumer, H., 1988. A revision of the genus Ardisia Sw. (Myrsinaceae) in New Guinea. Blumea 33: 115-140.
  • 83. Smith, R.M., 1977. Additional notes on Alpinia sect. Myriocrater. Notes from the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh 35(2): 195-208.
  • 84. Smitinand, T. & Larsen, K. (Editors), 1970- . Flora of Thailand. Vol. 2, 3, 4 (1, 2), 5 (1, 2). The Forest Herbarium, Royal Forest Department, Bangkok, Thailand.
  • 85. Soerjani, M., Kostermans, A.J.G.H. & Tjitrosoepomo, G., 1987. Weeds of rice in Indonesia. Balai Pustaka, Jakarta, Indonesia. 716 pp.
  • 86. Terra, G.J.A., 1966. Tropical vegetables. Communication 54. Royal Tropical Institute, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. 107 pp.
  • 87. Tindall, H.D., 1983. Vegetables in the tropics. MacMillan, London, United Kingdom. 533 pp.
  • 88. Valeton, Th., 1918. New notes on the Zingiberaceae of Java and the Malayan Archipelago. Bulletin du Jardin Botanique de Buitenzorg, Series II 27: 1-227.
  • 89. van Borssum Waalkes, J., 1966. Malesian Malvaceae revised. Blumea 14(1): 1-251.
  • 90. van der Meijden, R., 1990. Heukels' Flora van Nederland [Heukels' Flora of the Netherlands]. 21st edition. Wolters Noordhoff, Groningen, the Netherlands. 662 pp.
  • 91. van Steenis, C.G.G.J. et al. (Editors), 1950- . Flora Malesiana. Series 1. Vol. 1, 4-10. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, the Netherlands.
  • 92. Verdcourt, B., 1979. A manual of New Guinea legumes. Botany Bulletin No 11. Office of Forests, Division of Botany, Lae, Papua New Guinea. 645 pp.
  • 93. Warburg, O., 1894. Plantae Hellwigianae. Beitrag zur Flora von Kaiser Wilhelms Land [Plants collected by Hellwig. Contribution to the flora of Kaiser Wilhelms Land]. Botanische Jahrbücher 18: 184-212.
  • 94. Wealth of India (various editors), 1948-1976. A dictionary of Indian raw materials and industrial products: raw materials. 11 volumes. Publications and Information Directorate, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, New Delhi, India. 4441 pp.
  • 95. Wilson, K.L., 1990. Some widespread species of Persicaria (Polygonaceae) and their allies. Kew Bulletin 45: 621-636.
  • 96. Wunderlin, R.P., 1978. Cucurbitaceae. In: Woodson, R.E. & Schery, R.W. (Editors): Flora of Panama. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 65: 285-368.
  • 97. Yamaguchi, M., 1983. World vegetables: principles, production and nutritive values. Avi Publishing Company, Westport, Connecticut, United States. 415 pp.
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M.H. van den Bergh