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A cyto taxonomic study of the far eastern species of the genus anemone ranunculaceae

A cyto taxonomic study of the far eastern species of the genus anemone ranunculaceae

Botanicheskii Zhurnal (St Petersburg) 68(8): 1013-1021

Chromosome numbers in 12 Anemone species of 60 populations from the Soviet Far East were studied. For the 1st time, chromosome numbers in the Sakhalin-Hokkaido species A. juzepczukii sp. nov. that was also described, have been determined (2n = 40); as well as in the endemic Far-Eastern species A. amurensis (2n = 48), the populations of which from Kamchatka on the basis of the determined morphological peculiarities are considered in the rank of ssp. kamtschatica comb. nov. (A. nemorosa var. kamtschatica Kom.). Within the species A. baicalensis s.l., 2 subspecies were distinguished: tetraploid ssp. baicalensis from Pribaikalye (2n = 28) and diploid Chinese ssp. rossii (2n = 14), which is supplied with a new combination [A. baikalensis ssp. rossii comb. nov. (A. rossi S. Moore)]. The most characteristic chromosome numbers are found for A. debilis (2n = 16), A. glabrata (2n = 14), A. dichotoma (2n = 28), A. raddeana (2n = 32). The evidence obtained on the basis of new data according to chromosome numbers in A. reflexa (2n = 16) and A. sylvestris (2n = 16) is listed for the first time. A. flaccida, A. richardsonii and A. canadensis are also discussed.

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