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Wild progenitors of the fruit trees of Turkistan and the Caucasus and the problem of the origin of fruit trees


Wild progenitors of the fruit trees of Turkistan and the Caucasus and the problem of the origin of fruit trees



Rep. and Proc. 9th Int. Hort. Congr, 271-86



The extraordinary richness and diversity of wild fruit trees in the Caucasus is pointed out and a list of the most interesting species given. This region contains the centre of distribution of several important fruits, e.g. Cydonia oblonga, Punica Granatum, Prunus divaricata and Cerasus avium. Many other species which have a much wider distribution are also extremely rich and diversified; no less than 80 wild species of different fruits and nuts occur together.

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