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Bael (Aegle marmelos Corr.) diversity in India: an under-utilized fruit of medicinal value

, : Bael (Aegle marmelos Corr.) diversity in India: an under-utilized fruit of medicinal value. IBPGR Newsletter for Asia, the Pacific and Oceania ( 10): 13-14

Twenty-four genotypes, including 3 wild types, having a wide range of variation in morphological and quantitative traits were identified from collections made in the eastern part of Uttar Pradesh and adjoining parts of Bihar. Based on an organoleptic test, 6 genotypes were identified as promising, having medium to large fruits, thin and papery rind, and soft, deep yellow, highly flavoured, sweet pulp with few seeds.

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