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Cyto taxonomic and evolutionary studies in thymus labiatae relationships of the members of section thymus 1

Cyto taxonomic and evolutionary studies in thymus labiatae relationships of the members of section thymus 1

Anales del Jardin Botanico de Madrid 38(1): 51-60

With the object of establishing the interspecific relationships between T. vulgaris, T. aestivus, T. zygis and T. hyemalis, all belonging to the sect. Thymus Jalas, a comparative study of morphologic and geographic characteristics, flowering seasons and karyology of these taxa was undertaken along with various interspecific crosses which enables the observation of the behavior of the hybrids. A hypothesis was proposed concerning the origin of these taxa, and conclusions were reached concerning the establishment of the taxonomic units which correspond to each.

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