Basic dye staining of the nucleolus in populations of Pancratium hirtum A. Chev. (Amaryllidaceae) in Nigeria

@article{Mustapha2016BasicDS,
  title={Basic dye staining of the nucleolus in populations of Pancratium hirtum A. Chev. (Amaryllidaceae) in Nigeria},
  author={O. Mustapha},
  journal={Revista De Biologia Tropical},
  year={2016},
  volume={35},
  pages={351-352}
}
  • O. Mustapha
  • Published 2016
  • Biology
  • Revista De Biologia Tropical
The genus Pancratium, by the latest revision of the family AmaryUidaceae (Hepper 1968), is represented by P. hirtum A. Chev. and P. trianthum Herb . Morton ( 1965) produced a well documented taxonomic report on the two species. P. hirtum inhabits a variety of ecologic nicÍles in the Savanna vegetation zone in Nige­ ria, where representatives were observed to demostrate minor but obvious morphological differences. In the interphase nucleus, much of the heterochromatin is situated in close asso… Expand

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