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Cytomorphological study in three species of the genus Chlorophytum Ker Gawl. (Liliaceae)


Cytomorphological study in three species of the genus Chlorophytum Ker Gawl. (Liliaceae)



Taiwania 46(4): 307-317



ISSN/ISBN: 0372-333X

A detailed karyotypic and meiotic study in three species of Chlorophytum is presented, and its significance is discussed in the light of the modern concepts. C. elatum is a tetraploid with 2n=28 chromosomes, and shows asymmetrical karyotype, while C. heynei and C. laxum are diploids with 2n=14 or 16 chromosomes, in x=7 and 8 basic number lines and show symmetrical karyotypes.

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