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Bark anatomy of four species of Cinnamomum (Lauraceae) from Kerala


Journal of Spices and Aromatic Crops 1(1): 84-87
Bark anatomy of four species of Cinnamomum (Lauraceae) from Kerala
The bark anatomy of 4 Cinnamomum species viz. C. verum C. cassia C. camphora and C. malabatrum was studied. The first 3 species are cultivated for their bark while the last is a wild species widely distributed in Kerala. Two-year-old shoots that were similar in thickness were used as sources of bark for investigation.


Accession: 002308220



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