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Study on flowering behaviour in some cultivated and wild forms of ber (Ziziphus spp.)


, : Study on flowering behaviour in some cultivated and wild forms of ber (Ziziphus spp.). Haryana Journal of Horticultural Sciences 33(1/2): 11-14

The flowering behaviour of Ziziphus mauritiana cultivars Umran, Illaichi, Kathapal, Gola Gurgaon No. 3, Bahadurgarhia Golia, Dandan Gola, Kakrola Gola; Z. rotundifolia cultivars Desi-1, Desi-2 and Desi-3; and Z. nummularia Jharber was studied in a field experiment conducted in Hisar, Haryana, India during 1999-2000. The flowers of all the Ziziphus species examined were all pentamerous, having 5 petals and sepal each.

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