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Importance of vegetative characters in the classification of the Indian species of the genus Asparagus L. (sensu lato)


Importance of vegetative characters in the classification of the Indian species of the genus Asparagus L. (sensu lato)



Journal of Economic and Taxonomic Botany 21(1): 161-165



ISSN/ISBN: 0250-9768

A taxonomic revision of the family Asparagaceae in India was undertaken and the only genus Asparagus L. was studied. Many of the Indian species of Asparagus L. (Sensu lato) has been transferred to Protasparagus Obermeyer (Kamble, 1991). Though the vegetative characters are subsidiary and often susceptible to environmental factors, their role in delimiting species has been found to be very significant.

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