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Chromosome relationships and morphological comparisons in the hybrids avena hybrida x avena sativa and avena hybrida x avena maroccana



Chromosome relationships and morphological comparisons in the hybrids avena hybrida x avena sativa and avena hybrida x avena maroccana



Canadian Journal of Genetics & Cytology 25(3): 255-260



The morphology and chromosome pairing of the hexaploid hybrid A. hybrida .times. A. sativa, and the pentaploid hybrid A. hybrida .times. A. maroccana are described in relation to their genomic affinities. The cytological data indicates a close relationship between the 2 hexaploid species, but does not provide sufficient information to place the relationship more specifically. Cytological data on the pentaploid hybrid indicates that A. hybrida is related to A. moraccana but more distantly than A. sterilis.

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