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Mango: History origin and distribution

@article{Yadav2017MangoHO,
  title={Mango: History origin and distribution},
  author={Deependra Yadav and Sushma Singh},
  journal={Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry},
  year={2017},
  volume={6},
  pages={1257-1262}
}
Mango is native to India and is one of the most important fruit crops world-wide. Its botanical name is Mangifera indica L. and is the most important species of the genus Mangifera, which produces the most delicious fruit called the mango. The genus Mangifera contains about 49 species, of which 8 are of doubtful status and 41 are valid species. Morphologically the genus could be separated under two sections based on the character of the flower disc: the first, with 34 species, has flowers with… Expand

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