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Cytological investigations in some important tree species of Rajasthan. III. Karyomorphological studies in the genus Salvadora L


Cytological investigations in some important tree species of Rajasthan. III. Karyomorphological studies in the genus Salvadora L



Indian Journal of Forestry 25(3/4): 326-330



The karyomorphological details of Salvadora spp. (S. persica and S. oleoides) an important medicinal and multipurpose tree of Rajasthan (India) were investigated. The somatic chromosome number in both the species S. persica and S. oleoides was observed as 2n=24, with distinct interspecific variation in the arm ratio of the 12 homologous pairs of chromosomes. Nucleolar chromosomes were observed in the S. persica (BSJO 19573) and the karyotypes in both the species were of symmetrical type.

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