Identification of nucleolar organizing regions and parental chromosomes in F1 hybrid of Dendranthema japonica and Tanacetum vulgare simultaneously by fluorescence in situ hybridization and fluorescence genomic in situ hybridization

El-Twab, M.-Hussein-Abd; Kondo, K.

Chromosome Science 3(2): 59-62

1999


Accession: 010787345

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Abstract
The maternal Dendranthema japonica (2n=18) and the paternal Tanacetum vulgare (2n=18) were artificially crossed and produced F1 hybrid (2n= 18) axenic-cultured. Multicolor strategy of fluorescence in situ hybridization and fluorescence genomic in situ hybridization distinguished the chromosome of nucleolar orgenizing region in D. japonica and T. vulgare and genome of respective species in the chromosome complement at metaphase in their F1 hybrid.