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On the chromosme numbers in some cultivated and wild Cucurbits of Gujarat



On the chromosme numbers in some cultivated and wild Cucurbits of Gujarat



Jour Univ Bombay 4(5): 21-28



New chromosome numbers reported are: Trichosanthes cucumerina, T. anguina, T. palmata, Momordica charantia, Luffa acutangula, L. a. v. amara, and L. echinata, n = ll; Benincasa cerifera and Coccinia indica, n=12; Momordica dioica, n = 14. A complete list of reported chromosome numbers in the Cucurbitaceae is given.

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