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Relationship of European Persimmons (Diospyros kaki Thunb.) Cultivars to Asian Cultivars, Characterized using AFLPs
Persimmons, which originally came from
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Some information for this page was obtained from: The Complete Book of Fruits. D. Pijpers, J.G. Constant, and K. Jansen. Gallery Books,
Actinidia(kiwifruit) Diospyros(persimmon) Ficus(fig) Juglans (walnut) Olea(olives) Morus (mulberry) Pistacia(pistachio) Prunus (peach, plum, apricot, cherry, almond, and related species) Punica (pomegranate) Vitis (grape)