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Distribution of cyanogenesis in Lotus (Leguminosae)



Distribution of cyanogenesis in Lotus (Leguminosae)



Taxon 30(3): 601-608



Of 12 species represented by about 1000 plants collected throughout Israel, three were cyanogenic, three acyanogenic and the remaining six showed various degrees of cyanogenic polymorphism. Such polymorphism tended to occur more often between than within populations of a species. In L. halophilus alone, the ratio of cyanogenic plants in populations decreased towards more arid areas.

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DOI: 10.2307/1219941


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