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Systematic comparison and some biological characteristics of Rhizophoraceae and Anisophylleaceae

, : Systematic comparison and some biological characteristics of Rhizophoraceae and Anisophylleaceae. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 75(4): 1296-1318

Comparison of a wide variety of vegetative and reproductive characters showed virtually no points of agreement between the two families.

Accession: 001962794

DOI: 10.2307/2399287

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