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Indian sub-continent is rich in genetic diversity of various species of genus Abelmoschus and Hibiscus. Several of these species exist in wild, semi-wild and cultivated forms due to favorable eco-geographical conditions. Seed morphology (especially trichome structure) of Malvaceae members is known to be diverse, but variation patterns have never been critically studied in these complex genera. In the present paper usefulness of this important character for the generic differentiation betweendoi:10.31742/ijgpb.80.1.10 fatcat:xrcqz7jgafabbd5bd2g43gn7di