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UTILIZATION OF CHEMICAL PATTERNS IN THE ANALYSIS OF HYBRIDIZATION BETWEEN BAPTISIA LEUCANTHA AND B. SPHAEROCARPA
Natural hybridization in the genus Baptista (Leguminosae) has been investigated using chemical data to supplement other types of evidence (Turner and Alston, 1959; Alston and Turner, 1963). TheExpand
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FLAVONOID CHEMISTRY OF BAPTISIA : A CURRENT EVALUATION OF CHEMICAL METHODS IN THE ANALYSIS OF INTERSPECIFIC HYBRIDIZATION
In the last several years a rather large number of reports have been published in which chemical data have been applied to an analysis of interspecific hybrids. Some investigations were concernedExpand
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Complex chemical variation and the taxonomy of Hymenoxys scaposa (Compositae)
Over 30 flavonoids, some of which are unusual types of flavonols and flavones, occur in the taxaHymenoxys scaposa, H. acaulis, andH. ivesiana. The patterns of distributions of these compounds areExpand
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SOMATIC MUTATION RATES IN DOUBLE AND TRIPLE HETEROZYGOTES OF IMPATIENS BALSAMINA FOLLOWING CHRONIC GAMMA IRRADIATION
Abstract A somatic mutation rate has been determined for petals of Impatiens balsamina heterozygous for flower color. The mutations are thought to result from marker loss of the dominant allele. TheExpand
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