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Chromosome numbers and pollen types in the Epacridaceae
Chromosome numbers are reported for 22 genera and 116 species of the Epacridaceae. In the tribe Styphelieae, haploid numbers of 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, and 14 occur. This numerical sequence doesExpand
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Chromosome numbers in the Boronieae (Rutaceae) and their bearing on the evolutionary development of the tribe in the Australian flora
Chromosome numbers are reported for 69 species, belonging to 11 genera of the Boronieae. In comparison with the other divisions of the Rutaceae, chromosome numbers are remarkably variable, and baseExpand
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The life history and genetic system of Leucopogon juniperinus
Leucopogon juniperinus R. Br. has a wide but apparently discontinuous distribution in the coastal and tableland regions of eastern Australia. It extends over a latitudinal range of nearly iooo miles,Expand
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A Ring Chromosome in Man
THE known chromosomal abnormalities in man comprise mainly whole chromosome and segmental monosomy and trisomy. Ring chromosomes have been described in tumour stem lines1,2 and in normal tissuesExpand
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Polarised segregation in the pollen mother cells of a stable triploid
THE Australasian family of the Ericales, the Epacridaceal, are known to the Author in their chromosome numbers by only a single report, that given by Samuelson (i 913) for Epacris impressa, cited byExpand
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Cytological evolution in the Australian flora.
  • S. Smith-white
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Cold Spring Harbor symposia on quantitative…
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