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Genetic relationship between three Himalayan pines of Indian occurrence

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The genus Pinus is one of the most widely distributed
genera of conifers in the Northern Hemisphere. In India
seven species of pines viz., Pinus roxburghii, P.
wallichiana, P. armandi, P. gerardiana, P. kesiya, P.
bhutanica and P. merkusii are known to occur in the
Himalayas. However only four species viz., P. roxburghii,
P. wallichiana, P. gerardiana and P. kesiya contribute
significantly to the economy of the country and protect
the watersheds. The positions of several endemic
species as well as relationships among and between
Asian pines are still not well settled [1-4].
 

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Year: 2009
Volume: 69
Issue: 1
Article DOI: N/A
Print ISSN: 0019-5200
Online ISSN: 0975-6906

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