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The causes and consequences of meiotic irregularity in the leek (Allium ampeloprasum spp. porrum); implications for fertility, quality and uniformity


, : The causes and consequences of meiotic irregularity in the leek (Allium ampeloprasum spp. porrum); implications for fertility, quality and uniformity. Euphytica 93(3): 313-319

Allium ampeloprasum subsp. porrum the leek, shows extensive and frequent quadrivalent formation during prophase I of meiosis, and that despite the resolution of most of these into bivalents some quadrivalents persist to metaphase I; in addition, a substantial number of univalents are found at this stage.

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DOI: 10.1023/a:1002914808150

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