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Analysis of nuclear DNA content in Capsicum (Solanaceae) by flow cytometry and Feulgen densitometry.
Flow cytometric measurements of nuclear DNA content were performed using ethidium bromide as the DNA stain (internal standard, Hordeum vulgare 'Ditta', 1C = 5.063 pg) in 25 samples belonging to nineExpand
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Phylogeny ofRubiaceae-Rubieae inferred from the sequence of a cpDNA intergene region
A phylogenetic analysis of 25 species, representing eight genera of theRubieae tribe (Rubiaceae), has been made using the DNA sequence of the chloroplastatp B-rbc L intergene region. Six tropicalExpand
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Heterochromatin banding patterns in Rutaceae-Aurantioideae--a case of parallel chromosomal evolution.
The heterochromatin banding patterns in the karyotypes of 17 species belonging to 15 genera of Rutaceae subfamily Aurantioideae (= Citroideae) were analyzed with the fluorochromes chromomycin (CMA)Expand
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Fluorescent chromosome banding in the cultivated species ofCapsicum (Solanaceae)
Fluorochrome chromosome banding is applied for the first time to 15 samples of five cultivatedCapsicum species, all with 2n = 24, and allows a detailed analysis of the karyotypes (Tables 2–3, Fig.Expand
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Molecular phylogenetics reveals Leontodon (Asteraceae, Lactuceae) to be diphyletic.
The plastid matK gene, trnL/F spacer, and nuclear rDNA ITS were sequenced for 36 species of Leontodon and 29 taxa of related genera of tribe Lactuceae. Phylogenetic relationships inferred from theExpand
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Phylogeny and systematics of Achillea (Asteraceae-Anthemideae) inferred from nrITS and plastid trnL-F DNA sequences
The N Hemisphere genus Achillea includes about 130 perennial and allogamous species, is centered in SE Europe/SW Asia, and exhibits a complex phyletic structure due to excessive hybridization andExpand
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DNA content, heterochromatin, mitotic index, and growth in perennial and annualAnthemidea (Asteraceae)
Within 18 perennial and annualAnthemideae species from 7 genera nuclear volume, DNA content and karyogram length are positively correlated. Annuals develop much more rapidly than related perennials.Expand
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