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Tri ploidy in bellevalia dubia






Informatore Botanico Italiano 8(2): 186

Tri ploidy in bellevalia dubia

A triploid chromosome complement (3n = 12) was found in 1 plant of B. dubia (Liliaceae). Eight nucleolar secondary constrictions were observed instead of the nine expected.


Accession: 006840293



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