Pachyrhizus

Pachyrhizus erosus Pachyrhizus ferrugineus Pachyrhizus panamensis Pachyrhizus tuberosus Pachyrhizus is a small genus of five or six species of tropical and subtropical plants growing from large, often edible taproots. == Jícama == The jícama ə or yam bean (P. erosus) is a vine widely grown for its large (10-15 cm diameter and up to 20 kg weight...
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Pachyrhizus

(Jicama, Mexican Potato, Mexican Turnip, Sakula, Xiquima, Yam Bean) This group consists of two tuberous-rooted, perennial, tropical vines belonging to the Pea or Bean family, Leguminosae. They are natives of South America and Mexico. These vines can climb up to 20 feet and have 3-parted leaves. They produce pretty sprays of green, blue, ...
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Pachyrhizus

[n] - small genus of tropical vines having tuberous roots
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Pachyrhizus

genus Pachyrhizus noun small genus of tropical vines having tuberous roots
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