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Some data on the cytogenetics of plums and the origin of plums


, : Some data on the cytogenetics of plums and the origin of plums. Acta Horticulturae: 59-65

The genomic formula CC has been proposed for Prunus cerasifera and SSS1S1 for P. spinosa In the triploid interspecific hybrid P. spinosa X P. cerasifera, two of the three genomes were closely homologous but it was not possible to distinguish which. Total cytomixis resulting in unreduced gametes was also noted. In the tetraploid interspecific hybrid (2n = 4x = 32) P. domestica X P. cerasifera, a mean of 15.42 bivalents was noted during meiosis.


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