B-chromosomes in some Himalayan hardwoods

@article{Mehra2004BchromosomesIS,
  title={B-chromosomes in some Himalayan hardwoods},
  author={P. Mehra and K. Bawa},
  journal={Chromosoma},
  year={2004},
  volume={25},
  pages={90-95}
}
B-chromosomes are reported for the first time for woody angiosperms. Out of six species from the eastern Himalayas in which B-chromosomes were observed, two are polyploid. The number of B-chromosomes varied from 0–5 in the different species. In Sambucus canadensis, Glerodendrum colebrookianum and Neolitsea zeylanica B's were found to pair with each other at Metaphase-I. 

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