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On the gnaphalium spp of europe taxonomic and karyologic study






Biologia Gallo Hellenica 6(1): 65-73

On the gnaphalium spp of europe taxonomic and karyologic study

A key based on fruit and flower features is proposed, and the possible taxonomic use of chromosome numbers is suggested. The previously mentioned numbers for G. sylvaticum, G. norvegicum, G. supinum ssp. balkanicum and G. supinum ssp. subacaule are confirmed, and the new determination of 2n = 28 for G. hoppeanum is reported.


Accession: 006027527



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