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-A = Acuminata+==Description==
-B = Balbisiana 
-T = Textilis +For most edible bananas, the following codes work to show what genome they belong to.
-AA = small, sweet, desert banana+A = M.acuminata
-AAA = sweet desert banana+B = M. balbisiana
-AAB = semi-sweet or sweet variable bananas +T = M. textilis (rare varieties)
-ABB = starchier cooking bananas+S = M. schizocarpa (rare varieties)
 + 
 + 
 +Common groups are as follows:
 + 
 +AA = small, sweet, desert banana (M. acuminata derived edible diploid)
 + 
 +AAA = sweet desert banana (M. acuminata derived edible triploid)
 + 
 +AAB = semi-sweet or sweet variable bananas (M. acuminata x M.balbisiana derived triploid)
 + 
 +ABB = starchier cooking bananas (M. acuminata x M.balbisiana derived triploid)
 + 
 + 
 +(other genome groups include AB, AS, AAAB, ABBB, ABBT)
 + 
 +==Pictures==
 + 
 +[http://www.bananas.org/gallery/showphoto.php?photo=4118 http://www.bananas.org/gallery/watermark.php?file=4917&filefix=.jpg]
 + 
 +(credit [http://www.bananas.org/member.php?u=658 the flying dutchman])

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the flying dutchman 15:38, 17 April 2007 (EDT)

Credits Gabe15

Description

For most edible bananas, the following codes work to show what genome they belong to.


A = M.acuminata

B = M. balbisiana

T = M. textilis (rare varieties)

S = M. schizocarpa (rare varieties)


Common groups are as follows:

AA = small, sweet, desert banana (M. acuminata derived edible diploid)

AAA = sweet desert banana (M. acuminata derived edible triploid)

AAB = semi-sweet or sweet variable bananas (M. acuminata x M.balbisiana derived triploid)

ABB = starchier cooking bananas (M. acuminata x M.balbisiana derived triploid)


(other genome groups include AB, AS, AAAB, ABBB, ABBT)

Pictures

watermark.php?file=4917&amp;filefix=.jpg

(credit the flying dutchman)