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Interspecific and intergeneric hybrids in herbage grasses
Summary1.The results previously reported for crosses betweenLolium italicum andL. perenne are summarized and some new data are added. These two species can interbreed freely to produce fertileExpand
Interspecific and intergeneric hybrids in herbage grasses
Summary1.Festuca arundinacea (2n = 42) andF. pratensis (2n = 14) can be intercrossed in either direction without serious difficulty.2.TheF1 hybrids so obtained are very highly but not completelyExpand
Adapting focus group methods to fit Aboriginal community-based research
Much social science research occurs between people of unequal power. This is especially so for Indigenous people living in the remote regions of Australia where contact is often characterised byExpand
Interspecific and intergeneric hybrids in herbage grasses
  • T. Jenkin
  • Biology
  • Journal of Genetics
  • 1 May 1954
Brief summaryIn the present account of interspecific crosses in the herbage grasses attention is concentrated on the three annual speciesLolium loliaceum, L. remotum andL. temulentum. The three haveExpand
Interspecific and intergeneric hybrids in herbage grasses
Summary1.With the tetraploidFestuca ovina, the diploidF. capillata gave positive results to the extent that a germinable seed was produced. The seedling failed to become an established plant.2.WithExpand
Interspecific and intergeneric hybrids in herbage grasses
Summary1.Festuca heterophylla (2n = 28?) has given fully establishedF1 hybrid progeny from crosses with:F. capillata (2n = 14),F. rubra (2n = 42?),Lolium perenne (2n = 14).2.Embryos were producedExpand
Interspecific and intergeneric hybrids in herbage grasses
Summary1.When the tetraploidFestuca ovina was intercrossed with the diploidF. capillata, the single seedling that was obtained failed to survive.2.In one intergeneric cross with the diploidLoliumExpand
Interspecific and intergeneric hybrids in herbage grasses
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