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Bocor
Various sizes, shapes, and colors of Cucurbita
Cucurbita fruits come in an assortment of colors and sizes.
Abla-ablayn cilmi ah
Boqortooyo: Plantae
(unranked): Angiosperms
(unranked): Eudicots
(unranked): Rosids
Gacal: Cucurbitales
Dir: Cucurbitaceae
Bah: Cucurbitoideae
Duul: Cucurbiteae
Sinji: Cucurbita
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Magac macna wadaag[2]

Bocor (magaca sayniska: Cucurbita) af-carabi: القرع) waa geed ka mid ah qudaarta waliba bahda geed jiifka ah, ee jaadadka badan leh, asalkiisa ayaa ameerika ka soo jeeda, waana qayb waynoo muhiim ah oo ka mida cuntada,

Jaadyada bocorka[Wax ka bedel | wax ka bedel xogta]

Bocorka ayaa noocyo badan leh

iyo noocyo kale oon dhulka soomaalida ka bixin.


jaadad ka mid bocorka
Green Cucurbita moschata leaves with white spots
caleenta bocorka

Jaadyada bocorka iyo bahda uu yahay[Wax ka bedel | wax ka bedel xogta]

Several types and colors of Cucurbita
jaadad badan oo ka mida bocorka

abuurka iyo koriinshaha[Wax ka bedel | wax ka bedel xogta]

Kabocha seedling at seven days age
Kabocha seedling seven days after being sown

Muga iyo culayska bocorka[Wax ka bedel | wax ka bedel xogta]

Very large orange pumpkins
qarihii ugu cuslaa 2009kii miisaankeeduna noqday 742 kilograms (1,636 lb)
Sliced butternut squash
jaad ka mida bocorka
A classification of cultivated C. pepo varieties based on Paris' eight groups and the one non-edible variety
Cultivar group Botanical name Image Description
Acorn C. pepo var. turbinata Green acorn squashes Winter squash, both a shrubby and creeping plant, obovoid or conical shape, pointed at the apex and with longitudinal grooves, thus resembling a spinning top,[3] ex: Acorn squash[4][5][6]
Cocozzelle C. pepo var. Ionga Slender green Cocozzelle squash Summer squash, long round slender fruit that is slightly bulbous at the apex,[3] similar to fastigata, ex: Cocozelle von tripolis[4][5][6]
Crookneck C. pepo var. torticollia (also torticollis) Yellow curved squash Summer squash, shrubby plant, with yellow, golden, or white fruit which is long and curved at the end and generally has a verrucose (wart-covered) rind,[3] ex: Crookneck squash[4][5][6]
Pumpkin C. pepo var. pepo
Round orange pumpkin
Winter squash, creeping plant, round, oblate, or oval shape and round or flat on the ends,[3] ex: Pumpkin;[4][5][6] includes C. pepo subsp. pepo var. styriaca, used for Styrian pumpkin seed oil[7]
Scallop C. pepo var. clypeata; called C. melopepo by Linnaeus[8] Whitish round squash Summer squash, prefers half-shrubby habitat, flattened or slightly discoidal shape, with undulations or equatorial edges,[3] ex: Pattypan squash[4][5][6]
Straightneck C. pepo var. recticollis Yellow straight squashes Summer squash, shrubby plant, with yellow or golden fruit and verrucose rind, similar to var. torticollia but a stem end that narrows,[3] ex: Straightneck squash[4][5][6]
Vegetable marrow C. pepo var. fastigata White oval squash Summer and winter squashes, creeper traits and a semi-shrub, cream to dark green color, short round fruit with a slightly broad apex,[3] ex: Spaghetti squash (a winter variety)[4][5][6]
Zucchini/Courgette C. pepo var. cylindrica Slender green squash Summer squash, presently the most common group of cultivars, origin is recent (19th century), semi-shrubby, cylindrical fruit with a mostly consistent diameter,[3] similar to fastigata, ex: Zucchini[4][5][6]
Ornamental gourds C. pepo var. ovifera Squash that is that half yellow and half green Non-edible,[9] field squash closely related to C. texana, vine habitat, thin stems, small leaves, three sub-groups: C. pepo var. ovifera (egg-shaped, pear-shaped), C. pepo var. aurantia (orange color), and C. pepo var. verrucosa (round warty gourds), ornamental gourds found in Texas and called var. texana and ornamental gourds found outside of Texas (Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Louisiana) are called var. ozarkana.[10]

Taariikhda iyo beerashada[Wax ka bedel | wax ka bedel xogta]

Slice of yellowish pumpkin custard with brown shell
bocor habaysan oo cunid u diyaar ah
tobanka ugu soo saarida badan  — 2012[11]
Country soo saar

(metric tons)

Template:Country data PRC China 6,140,840
Template:Country data IND India 4,424,200
Template:Country data RUS Russia 988,180
Maraykanka USA 778,630
Template:Country data IRN Iran 695,600
Template:Country data EGY Egypt 658,234
Template:Country data MEX Mexico 522,388
Template:Country data UKR Ukraine 516,900
Template:Country data ITA Italy 508,075
Template:Country data TUR Turkey 430,402
Top 10 total 15,663,449
tobanka ugu soo saarida badan qajaarka — 2012[11]
Country Production

(metric tons)

Template:Country data PRC China 40,710,200
Template:Country data IRN Iran 1,811,630
Template:Country data TUR Turkey 1,739,190
Template:Country data RUS Russia 1,161,870
Maraykanka USA 883,360
Template:Country data UKR Ukraine 860,100
Template:Country data ESP Spain 682,900
Template:Country data EGY Egypt 631,408
Template:Country data JPN Japan 587,800
Template:Country data IDN Indonesia 547,141
Top 10 total 49,075,599
Top ten watermelon producers — 2012[11]
Country Production

(metric tons)

Template:Country data PRC China 56,649,725
Template:Country data TUR Turkey 3,683,100
Template:Country data IRN Iran 3,466,880
Template:Country data BRA Brazil 1,870,400
Maraykanka USA 1,866,660
Template:Country data EGY Egypt 1,637,090
Template:Country data UZB Uzbekistan 1,182,400
Template:Country data RUS Russia 1,151,580
Template:Country data MEX Mexico 1,036,800
Template:Country data ALG Algeria 946,200
Top 10 total 73,490,835

Tixraac[Wax ka bedel | wax ka bedel xogta]

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  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 6.7 Heistinger, Andrea (2013). The Manual of Seed Saving: Harvesting, Storing, and Sowing Techniques for Vegetables, Herbs, and Fruits. Portland, OR: Timber Press. p. 278. ISBN 978-1-60469-382-9. 
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  8. Decker-Walters, Deena S.; Staub, Jack E.; Chung, Sang-Min; Nakata, Eijiro; Quemada, Hector D. (2002). "Diversity in Free-Living Populations of Cucurbita pepo (Cucurbitaceae) as Assessed by Random Amplified Polymorphic DNA". Systematic Botany. American Society of Plant Taxonomists. 27 (1): 19–28. JSTOR 3093892. doi:10.2307/3093892. 
  9. Decker, Deena S.; Wilson, Hugh D. (1987). "Allozyme Variation in the Cucurbita pepo Complex: C. pepo var. ovifera vs. C. texana". Systematic Botany. American Society of Plant Taxonomists. 12 (2): 263–273. JSTOR 2419320. doi:10.2307/2419320. 
  10. Wilson, Hugh D. "What is Cucurbita texana?". Free-living Cucurbita pepo in the United States Viral Resistance, Gene Flow, and Risk Assessment. Texas A&M Bioinformatics Working Group. Retrieved September 8, 2013. 
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 "Pumpkins, Squash, and Gourds". Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. 2012. Retrieved October 13, 2013.