IJEP 42(7): 792-805 : Vol. 42 Issue. 7 (July 2022)
1. Christian College, Department of Botany, Kattakada-695 572, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India
2. University of Calicut, Department of Botany, Malappuram – 673 635, Kerala
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