JAR - Jaruda

Passport Data
Country of origin: Country of origin: Papua New Guinea
PDCIm Score: 4.74
Available for distribution:
Accession number: JAR
Accession name: Jaruda
Biological status of accession: traditional cultivar or landrace
Taxonomic classification:
AA
Institute code: CMR004 (CARBAP)
Acquisition date: 1994-07-01
Status: active
Type of storage:
Field Collection
Morphological Characterization
Not available
Morphological Characterization Data

6.1 - Plant general appearance

6.1.1 - Leaf habit Drooping

6.2 - Pseudostem / Suckers

6.2.1 - Pseudostem height [m] <=2
6.2.2 - Pseudostem aspect Slender
6.2.3 - Pseudostem colour Green-red
6.2.4 - Pseudostem appearance Dull (waxy)
6.2.5 - Predominant underlying colour of the pseudostem Light green
6.2.7 - Sap colour Watery
6.2.8 - Wax on leaf sheaths Very few wax
6.2.9 - Number of suckers Less than 3
6.2.10 - Development of suckers Inhibited
6.2.11 - Position of suckers Close to parent (vertical growth)

6.3 - Petiole / Midrib / Leaf

6.3.1 - Blotches at the petiole base Small blotches
6.3.2 - Blotches colour Brown-black
6.3.3 - Petiole canal leaf III Straight with erect margins
6.3.4 - Petiole margins Winged and clasping the pseudostem
6.3.5 - Wing type Dry
6.3.6 - Petiole margin colour Pink-purple to red
6.3.7 - Edge of petiole margin With a colour line along
6.3.8 - Petiole margin width [cm] <=1 cm
6.3.9 - Leaf blade length [cm] 171 to 220 cm
6.3.10 - Leaf blade width [cm] 71 to 80 cm
6.3.11 - Petiole length [cm] 51 to 70 cm
6.3.12 - Colour of leaf upper surface Green
6.3.13 - Appearance of leaf upper surface Shiny
6.3.14 - Colour of leaf lower surface Green-yellow
6.3.15 - Appearance of leaf lower surface Dull
6.3.16 - Wax on leaves Few wax
6.3.17 - Insertion point of leaf blades on petiole Symmetric
6.3.18 - Shape of leaf blade base Both sides rounded
6.3.19 - Leaf corrugation Few stripes
6.3.20 - Colour of midrib dorsal surface Pink-purple
6.3.21 - Colour of midrib ventral surface Green
6.3.22 - Colour of cigar leaf dorsal surface Green

6.4 - Inflorescence / male bud

6.4.1 - Peduncle length [cm] >=61 cm
6.4.2 - Empty nodes on peduncle Two or more
6.4.3 - Peduncle width [cm] <=6 cm
6.4.4 - Peduncle colour With purple-brown to blue blotches
6.4.5 - Peduncle hairiness Hairless
6.4.6 - Bunch position Hanging vertically
6.4.7 - Bunch shape Cylindrical with the length >= to twice the width
6.4.8 - Bunch appearance Lax (one can easily place one's hand BETWEEN the hands OF fruit)
6.4.9 - Flowers that form the fruit Female (absence of pollen sacs or pollens)
6.4.10 - Fruits Biseriate
6.4.11 - Rachis type Present and male bud may be degenerated or persistent
6.4.12 - Rachis position Falling vertically
6.4.13 - Rachis appearance Neutral flowers (one to few hands only, stalk is bare below)
6.4.14 - Male bud type Normal (present)
6.4.15 - Male bud shape Lanceolate
6.4.16 - Male bud size [cm] <=20 cm

6.5 - Bract

6.5.1 - Bract base shape Small shoulder
6.5.2 - Bract apex shape Intermediate
6.5.3 - Bract imbrication Young bracts slightly overlap
6.5.4 - Colour of the bract external face Purple
6.5.5 - Colour of the bract internal face Pink-purple
6.5.6 - Colour on the bract apex Not tinted with yellow (colour is uniform until apex)
6.5.7 - Colour stripes on bract Without discoloured lines on the external face
6.5.8 - Bract scars rachis Not prominent
6.5.9 - Fading of colour on bract base Colour discontinuing towards the base (loss of pigmentation at the base)
6.5.10 - Male bract shape x/y <0.28 (lanceolate)
6.5.11 - Male bract lifting Lifting two or more at a time
6.5.12 - Bract behaviour before falling Revolute (rolling)
6.5.13 - Wax on the bract Very little or no visible sign of wax
6.5.14 - Presence of grooves on the bract Moderate grooving (parallel ridges are distinguishable)

6.6 - Male flower

6.6.1 - Male flower behaviour Falling after the bract
6.6.2 - Compound tepal basic colour White
6.6.3 - Compound tepal pigmentation Very few or no visible sign of pigmentation
6.6.4 - Lobe colour of compound tepal Yellow
6.6.5 - Lobe development of compound tepal Developed
6.6.6 - Free tepal colour Translucent white
6.6.7 - Free tepal shape Rounded
6.6.8 - Free tepal appearance Simple folding under apex
6.6.9 - Free tepal apex development Very developed
6.6.10 - Free tepal apex shape Triangular
6.6.11 - Anther exsertion Same level
6.6.12 - Filament colour White
6.6.13 - Anther colour Brown/rusty brown
6.6.14 - Pollen sac colour Cream
6.6.15 - Pollen vitality [%] Absent
6.6.16 - Style basic colour White
6.6.17 - Pigmentation on style Without pigmentation
6.6.18 - Style exsertion Inserted
6.6.19 - Style shape Straight
6.6.20 - Stigma colour Yellow
6.6.21 - Ovary shape Straight
6.6.22 - Ovary basic colour Cream
6.6.23 - Ovary pigmentation With red-purple
6.6.24 - Dominant colour of male flower White
6.6.25 - Irregular flowers Absent
6.6.26 - Arrangement of ovules Two rowed

6.7 - Fruit

6.7.1 - Fruit position Curved upward (obliquely, at a 45° angle upward)
6.7.2 - Number of fruits <=12
6.7.3 - Fruit length [cm] 21-25 cm
6.7.4 - Fruit shape Curved (sharp curve)
6.7.5 - Transverse section of fruit Slightly ridged
6.7.6 - Fruit apex Lengthily pointed
6.7.7 - Remains of flower relicts at fruit apex Persistent style
6.7.8 - Fruit pedicel length [mm] >=21 mm
6.7.9 - Fruit pedicel width [mm] 5 to 10 mm
6.7.10 - Pedicel surface Hairless
6.7.11 - Fusion of pedicels Very partially or no visible sign of fusion
6.7.12 - Immature fruit peel colour Green and pink, red or purple
6.7.14 - Fruit peel thickness [mm] Two or less
6.7.15 - Adherence of the fruit peel Fruit does not peal easily
6.7.17 - Pulp in fruit With pulp
6.7.20 - Fruits fall from hands Deciduous
Phenotyping
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Collecting/acquisition source
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Collecting Location
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Molecular Characterisation
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Publications
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