Citrus taxonomy

@article{Ollitrault2020CitrusT,
  title={Citrus taxonomy},
  author={Patrick Ollitrault and Franck Curk and Robert Krueger},
  journal={The Genus Citrus},
  year={2020}
}
Identification, morphology of Citrus L. (Aurantioideae-Rutaceae Juss.) and its traditional uses in Riau Province, Indonesia
Abstract. Sofiyanti N, Iriani D, Wahyuni PI, Idani N, Lestari P. 2022. Identification, morphology of Citrus L. (Aurantioideae-Rutaceae Juss.) and its traditional uses in Riau Province, Indonesia.
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