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As of 2014, China led the world in potato production, and, together with India, produced 37% of the world's potatoes.
The English word potato comes from Spanish patata (the name used in Spain).
It was Mario Pei's 1949 The Story of Language that can be blamed for the word's false origin.
Pei writes, "the potato, for its part, was in disrepute some centuries ago.
Some Englishmen who did not fancy potatoes formed a Society for the Prevention of Unwholesome Diet.
The initials of the main words in this title gave rise to spud." Like most other pre-20th century acronymic origins, this is false, and there is no evidence that a Society for the Prevention of Unwholesome Diet ever existed.
The green leaves and green skins of tubers exposed to the light are toxic.
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In the Andes, where the species is indigenous, some other closely related species are cultivated.
The major species grown worldwide is Solanum tuberosum (a tetraploid with 48 chromosomes), and modern varieties of this species are the most widely cultivated. Most modern potatoes grown in North America arrived through European settlement and not independently from the South American sources, although at least one wild potato species, Solanum fendleri, is found as far North as Texas, where it is used in breeding for resistance to a nematode species that attacks cultivated potatoes.
There are also four diploid species (with 24 chromosomes): S. A secondary center of genetic variability of the potato is Mexico, where important wild species that have been used extensively in modern breeding are found, such as the hexaploid Solanum demissum, as a source of resistance to the devastating late blight disease.
Potatoes were introduced to Europe in the second half of the 16th century by the Spanish.
Wild potato species can be found throughout the Americas from the United States to southern Chile.