Brassica juncea from Gurgaon

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Gurcharan Singh

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Dec 28, 2009, 11:28:07 PM12/28/09
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Uploading Photographs of Brassica juncea from Gurgaon, Cultivated. The species is characterised by hairy and sparsely bristly lower leaves green, with 1-3 pairs of very small basal lobes, terminal lobe with sharply toothed margin, upper leaves narrowed at base not auricled, flowers with 8-11 long yellow petals, fruiting pedicel divaricate, fruit 3-5 cm long, beak 5-15 mm long, seedless; seed 1-1.7 mm.

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