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Breeding system in Celtis australis Linn



Breeding system in Celtis australis Linn



Phytomorphology 44(3/4): 231-234



C. australis is a relatively important tree used for timber and fodder in the mid-hills of western Himalaya. Its breeding system was studied for aspects of floral biology and compatibility.

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