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Chromosome numbers of some cultivated Crocus



Chromosome numbers of some cultivated Crocus



J Hered 58(2): 68



Somatic chromosome numbers are reported for 24 cultivated Crocus varieties and cultivars. Included are 4 forms of Crocus chrysanthus with 2n=9. It is suggested that these originated as hybrids between 2n=10 and 2n=8 forms.

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DOI: 10.1093/oxfordjournals.jhered.a107549


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