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[*] posted on 6-6-2006 at 02:25
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I look for materials about chromosomes diversity in pinguicula hirtiflora
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[*] posted on 6-6-2006 at 06:27


Chromosome Numbers of Carnivorous Plants
Katsuhiko Kondo
Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club , vol.96, no.3, pp.322-328, 1969

Introduction
At least 450 species of carnivorous plants representing 26 genera and
5 families are known. Results of research on some of those published previously
has included cytological studies most of which were incidental to
other work and were not concerned primarily with chromosome numbers.
Only 53 species and 5 hybrids have had their chromosome numbers reported,
and these are summarized in Table 2.
The chromosome numbers of 17 species are here reported: chromosome
counts for 7 species are given for the first time and ten counts verify counts
previously reported in the literatures.

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