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Features of ontogeny in bush raspberries in relation to the evolution of the genus Rubus L

, : Features of ontogeny in bush raspberries in relation to the evolution of the genus Rubus L. Doklady TSKhA (175): 218-224

A study of the morphology and ontogeny of R. idaeus and several tropical species, including R. ellipticus, R. lasiocarpus and R. niveus, revealed both common and distinguishing features.


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