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Molecular analysis of Semecarpus kathalekanensis (Anacardiaceae) - a newly described species from the Myristica swamps of Western Ghats, India


, : Molecular analysis of Semecarpus kathalekanensis (Anacardiaceae) - a newly described species from the Myristica swamps of Western Ghats, India. Indian Forester 130(1): 101-104

This paper reports on the morphological distinctiveness of the newly described species, Semecarpus kathalekanensis, from S. travancorina and S. auriculata based on random amplified polymorphic DNA and ISSR markers.

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