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American Journal of Potato Research

, Volume 96, Issue 6, pp 625–628 | Cite as

PTIS Potato Herbarium Transferred to WIS, the Wisconsin State Herbarium

  • David M. SpoonerEmail author
  • Philipp Simon
  • John B. Bamberg
  • Kenneth M. Cameron
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Abstract

The Potato Introduction Station in Sturgeon Bay Wisconsin has maintained herbarium specimens as part of its operations. These specimens mostly were grown from seeds in the field plots or greenhouses, but also include original specimens made during germplasm collecting expeditions. The herbarium of the Station (herbarium acronym PTIS) has been transferred from the potato genebank in Sturgeon Bay Wisconsin to the Wisconsin State Herbarium (acronym WIS) in Birge Hall, University of Wisconsin-Madison where it is now fully integrated and curated and funded by WIS; PTIS is discontinued and is no longer maintained as a separate herbarium. Separately, maps and taxonomic literature that were used by the potato taxonomist in Madison were transferred to the Potato Station in Sturgeon Bay.

Keywords

Herbarium Potato Solanum 

Resumen

La Estación de Introducción de Papa en Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, ha mantenido especímenes de herbario como parte de sus operaciones. Estos especímenes se cultivaron en su mayoría de semilla en lotes de campo e invernaderos, pero también se incluyen especímenes originales hechos durante expediciones de colecta de germoplasma. El herbario de la Estación (acrónimo PTIS) se ha transferido desde el banco de germoplasma de papa en Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, al herbario del Estado de Wisconsin (acrónimo WIS) en Birge Hall, Universidad de Wisconsin-Madison, donde ahora esta completamente integrado y curado y respaldado por WIS; PTIS esta descontinuado y ya no es mantenido como un herbario separado. Aparte, los mapas y la literatura taxonómica que se usó por el taxónomo de la papa en Madison, se transfirió a la Estación de la Papa en Sturgeon Bay.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.USDA, Agricultural Research Service, Vegetable Crops Research Unit, Department of HorticultureUniversity of Wisconsin–MadisonMadisonUSA
  2. 2.USDA, Agricultural Research ServiceUS Potato GenebankSturgeon BayUSA
  3. 3.Department of BotanyUniversity of WisconsinMadisonUSA

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