Juraj Kamenjarin

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Reconstruction of the parental origins of cultivated plants from wild relatives, especially after long periods of domestication, is not a trivial task. However, recent advances in molecular phylogenetics, among other approaches, have proved to be very informative in analyses of the origin and evolution of polyploid genomes. An established minor garden crop,(More)
Chromosome analysis of three different populations of Hyacinthella dalmatica (Lallem.) Trinajstić, an endemic species of the coastal region of southeastern Europe, showed a unique chromosome number, 2n = 2x = 20, and bimodal karyotype with one large and nine smaller pairs of chromosomes. Staining with fluorochromes CMA3 (chromomycin A3) and DAPI(More)
Triploid onion, Allium × cornutum Clementi ex Visiani, 1842 (2n = 3x = 24), a vegetatively reproduced garden crop, possess a complex triparental genome organization with three putative parental species, A. cepa L., A. pskemense B. Fedtsch., and A. roylei Stearn. Two of its most studied clones are the Croatian ‘Ljutika’ and the Indian ‘Pran’, which are(More)
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