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Karyomorphological studies in the genus Lens






New Botanist 19(1-4): 9-19

Karyomorphological studies in the genus Lens

Root tip mitosis was studied in 24 Lens culinaris cultivars. Each had a diploid chromosome number of 2n = 14. Karyotypes were symmetrical, having 3-6 metacentric and 1-4 submetacentric chromosomes. Greater variation was observed for chromatin length and volume.


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