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Assessment of the germplasm of apple grown in Kashmir Valley. IV. Pollen mother cell meiosis of 58 diploid varieties under cultivation in Kashmir Valley



Assessment of the germplasm of apple grown in Kashmir Valley. IV. Pollen mother cell meiosis of 58 diploid varieties under cultivation in Kashmir Valley



Cytologia 52(3): 577-586



Most of the varieties studied (2n = 2x = 34) showed normal chromosome pairing behaviour at meiosis. Abnormalities observed in a few varieties are taken as evidence of their hybrid nature.

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DOI: 10.1508/cytologia.52.577



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