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Karyology of Sesbania rostrata Brem. I. Chromosome study






Revue de Cytologie et de Biologie Vegetales le Botaniste 8(3/4): 245-254

Karyology of Sesbania rostrata Brem. I. Chromosome study

Studies on root-tips from freshly germinated seeds showed that the chromosome number was 2n = 12. There were 4 pairs of metacentric or submetacentric, one pair of telocentric, and one pair of acrocentric chromosomes with a satellite.

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