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Karyomorphological studies in the genus Indigofera Linn

, : Karyomorphological studies in the genus Indigofera Linn. Nucleus, India 18(3): 172-177

From the gross similarity of the caryotypes of I. linifolia, I. linifolia var. campbelli, I. tinctoria, I. linnaei, I. trifoliata, I. glandulosa, I. trita and I. hochstetteri and from consideration of their phylogenetic and evolutionary relationships, it is concluded that inclusions of these species within Indigofera is justified.

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