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A note on the floral abnormality in Cassia angustifolia Vahl






Indian Journal of Forestry 5(4): 322

A note on the floral abnormality in Cassia angustifolia Vahl

An abnormal condition of 2 unequal sized buds borne on a single pedicel at the base of a normal inflorescence was observed.


Accession: 001039177



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