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Description of and identification key for some edible tropical fruits


, : Description of and identification key for some edible tropical fruits. Fruits Paris 1993; 47(5): 591-610

Information is presented on fruits of the Sapindaceae, Sapotaceae and Solanaceae. For each family, a key and bibliography are provided and descriptions of individual species are given, with illustrations, vernacular names, countries of origin and propagation methods.


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