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Chromosome relationships and morphological comparisons between the diploid oats Avena prostrata, A. canariensis and the tetraploid A. maroccana



Chromosome relationships and morphological comparisons between the diploid oats Avena prostrata, A. canariensis and the tetraploid A. maroccana



Canadian Journal of Genetics and Cytology 22(2): 287-294



Morphology, mostly floral, and chromosome pairing are described for the following: the triploid hybrids A. canariensis X A. maroccana and A. prostrata X A. maroccana, the diploid A. prostrata, a tetraploid derived from A. prostrata X A. canariensis and a tetraploid hybrid between this derived tetraploid and A. maroccana.

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DOI: 10.1139/g80-034



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