Research Paper

Taxonomic distinction of Calamus nambariensis Becc., in Northeast India based on morphological and molecular markers

Kishor Deka, Sashin Kumar Borthakur, Bhaben Tanti

Published on: 04 November 2020

Page: 529 - 540

DOI: 10.6165/tai.2020.65.529

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