Chromosome studies of Mexican alpine plants

@article{Stoutamire1960ChromosomeSO,
  title={Chromosome studies of Mexican alpine plants},
  author={Warren P. Stoutamire and John H. Beaman},
  journal={Brittonia},
  year={1960},
  volume={12},
  pages={226-230}
}
Cytological studies were made of 16 species in 11 genera and 5 families in the alpine flora of Mexico. Only one of these species (Eryngium carlinae) has received previous chromosomal study, and the first record of a chromosome count in the genusOxylobus (n=16) is included. Meiotic chromosome counts are reported for 15 species, and the mitotic count of 1 species is given. Bight species appear to be polyploid, 3 species have the lowest chromosome number known in their genera, and 4 species have… CONTINUE READING

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