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21. Chromosome Number
... 21. Chromosome Number 21. Chromosome Number: When they have been reported (i.e., published), chromosome numbers should be included at the end of the entry for taxa at the specific and infraspecific levels, and an "@" sign will follow the chromosome number if from Chinese material (see paragraph 12.17). All chromosome numbers will be cited as the ...
Key to Arisaemas of Japan
... buds usually (2-) 3 in each node so that (2-) 3 tuberlets occur side by side. Basic chromosome number X=13. A. ovale Nakai 8. Spathe without longitudinal white stripes. Auxillary buds always one in each node so that tuberlets are solitary. Basic chromosome number X=14 (except a race of A. serratum in Hachijo Is.). (9) 9. Leaves more or less palmate (rachises adjacent to ...
Angiosperm Families - Aristolochiaceae Juss.
... recorded (Aristolochia, Gibbs 1974). Geography, cytology. Temperate (warm), or sub-tropical to tropical. Widespread, except Australasia. X = 4–7, 12, 13. Supposed basic chromosome number of family: 7. Taxonomy. Subclass Dicotyledonae; Crassinucelli. Dahlgrens Superorder Magnoliiflorae; Aristolochiales. Cronquists Subclass Magnoliidae; Aristolochiales. APG (1998) basal order; Piperales. Species ...
Angiosperm Families - Bignoniaceae Juss.
... , cytology. Temperate (a few), or sub-tropical and tropical (mainly). Widespread, with Catalpa common to the Old and New Worlds. N = 20 (mostly). Supposed basic chromosome number of family: 7. Taxonomy. Subclass Dicotyledonae; Tenuinucelli. Dahlgrens Superorder Lamiiflorae; Scrophulariales. Cronquists Subclass Asteridae; Scrophulariales. APG (1998) Eudicot; core Eudicot; Asterid; Euasterid I; ...
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Gilding the Lily: Developments in Asiatic Hybrid Lilies
... , as sources of perfume and even as an edible (though not necessarily palatable) crop. A number of lily species are native to Europe and North America, with our most familiar native ... than creating offspring with three sets of chromosomes (triploid), as one might reasonably expect, their chromosome number doubled, producing a hexaploid plant. As if things were not complicated enough with natural ...
FLORA OF NORTH AMERICA - History: Content
... with literature citation, relevant synonyms) is given for the species, as is information on the number of infraspecific taxa in the species and their distribution worldwide, if known. A description and ... from nonsporophyte tissue have been converted to the 2n form. A literature reference for each reported chromosome number is available in the Flora of North America database (see below). The base ...
Chinese Cabbage, Commercial Vegetable Production Guides, North Willamette Research and Extension Center
... Co. and Sanbon LLC of California. Brassica juncea leafy mustards: a group of "mustards" that have the chromosome number n=18. These are usually broad-leaved greens, sometimes red-leafed with green ribs: ... cabbage seed numbers approximately 160,000 per pound. Seed of the other Oriental greens mentioned above number between 12,000 and 18,000 per ounce. Pelletizing is not necessary with modern vacuum ...
... , but they are most often arching. The extent of drooping is apparently determined by the number and size of the blossoms. Inflorescences emerge from between the leaves near the apex of each ... and in some red breeding lines. Tetraploids, however, are very rare. He found no correlation between chromosome number and plant habit, cane length, leaf size or shape, flower color, or any other characteristic ...
Chromosome Table - Croton Research Network
... variable in Croton and may be phylogenetically very informative. We made a comprehensive survey of chromosome number reports in the genus, finding over 70 individual counts (summarized in the table below ... section Eluteria has so far been counted, and section Crotonopsis should similarly be targeted for chromosome counts. Very few native Old World taxa have been counted, so a better representation of ...
Daylily Dictionary: Chromosome
Daylily Dictionary: Chromosome CHROMOSOME: 1.) The self-replicating genetic structures of cells containing the cellular DNA. 2.) One of a definite number of minute bodies in the cell nucleus of all plants and animals through which characteristics are inherited. Daylily chromosomes come in sets of eleven. Cells of diploid daylilies contain 22 ...
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