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A modified method for leaf epidermal cell prints and its use to identify autotetraploids in sea buckthorn

, : A modified method for leaf epidermal cell prints and its use to identify autotetraploids in sea buckthorn. Izvestiya Sibirskogo Otdeleniya Akademii Nauk SSSR, Biologicheskikh Nauk (6/1): 105-108

The method described involves the use of clear sticky tape to remove hairs from the leaf surface of Hippophae rhamnoides so that epidermal cells can then be viewed more accurately under the microscope. In an area of 25 cmsuperscript 2, tetraploids have 15-32 cells compared with 30-55 in diploids and 28-45 in triploids.

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