Ciruela europea

Fruit in the garden common plum( Prunus domestica) on the plum tree in garden organic fruit
Sinónimos:
Prune, Plum
Categorías: Planta medicinal
Prunus_domestica (Wikipedia)

Prunus domestica
Fruits Prunus domestica.jpg
Scientific classification edit
Kingdom:Plantae
Clade:Tracheophytes
Clade:Angiosperms
Clade:Eudicots
Clade:Rosids
Order:Rosales
Family:Rosaceae
Genus:Prunus
Subgenus:Prunus subg. Prunus
Section:Prunus sect. Prunus
Species:
P. domestica
Binomial name
Prunus domestica
Synonyms
List
    • Druparia insititia Clairv.
    • Druparia prunus Clairv.
    • Prunus ambigua Salisb.
    • Prunus communis Huds.
    • Prunus dumetorum Callay
    • Prunus exigua Bechst.
    • Prunus insititia L.
    • Prunus italica Borkh.
    • Prunus lutea Bechst.
    • Prunus oeconomica Borkh.
    • Prunus sativa Rouy & Camus
    • Prunus subrotunda Bechst.
    • Prunus vinaria Bechst.

Prunus domestica, the European plum is a species of flowering plant in the family Rosaceae. A deciduous tree, it includes many varieties of the fruit trees known as plums in English, though not all plums belong to this species. The greengages and damsons also belong to subspecies of P. domestica.

Its hybrid parentage was believed to be Prunus spinosa and Prunus cerasifera.; however recent cytogenetic evidence seem to implicate 2×, 4×, 6× P. cerasifera as the sole wild stock from which the cultivated 6× Prunus domestica could have evolved. Most prunes (dried plums) are made from fruits of this species.

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