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Cytological studies in the Myrtaceae I. Chromosome numbers in the Leptospermoideae and Myrtoideae.

  title={Cytological studies in the Myrtaceae I. Chromosome numbers in the Leptospermoideae and Myrtoideae.},
  author={S Smith-white},
Developing polyploid genotypes of Leptospermum scoparium
Colchicine was effective at producing tetraploid seedlings with 6 mg/ml, the highest concentration tested, yielding the largest number of tetraPloid plants, and this method is now being used to generate Tetraploids from a range of L. scoparium material.
Feulgen‐positive staining of the cell nuclei in fossilized leaf and fruit tissues of the Lower Eocene Myrtaceae
It was shown that chromatin structures of the fossilized plants form stable red-purple complexes with the Schiff's fuchsin sulphuric acid reagent in situ, which means that the cell nuclei of these 53–55 Myr old plants preserve a part of the deoxyribose backbone of DNA molecules.
De la fleur au fruit : étude et modélisation de la floraison, de la fécondation-fructification et de la croissance du fruit chez le goyavier-fraise (Psidium cattleianum)
Strawberry guava domestication is studied within a project of crop diversification in humid highlands o f Reunion Island and the genetic diversity and the lack of references on the species are main features, as confirmed by a bibliographical analysis.
New Hybrid Leucadendrons
Index of chromosome numbers of indigenous New Zealand spermatophytes
Abstract An index of chromosome numbers for spermatophytes indigenous to the New Zealand Botanical Region is presented, along with full references to the original reports. Chromosome numbers are
Cytogenetic Analysis of seven species of Eucalyptus L'Her.(Myrtaceae)
Karyotypic analysis indicated homogeneity of morphology and of chromosome number for most of the species of the genus Eucalyptus studied here, although casual disploid species with 2n=24 have been found in previous studies.
Breeding systems and interspecific hybridisation in the genus Eucalyptus L'Hér.
Thesis (Ph.D.) -- University of Adelaide, Dept. of Horticulture, Viticulture and Oenology, 1991
Cytomixis in woody species
  • Y. S. Bedi
  • Biology
    Proceedings / Indian Academy of Sciences
  • 1990
Cytomixis with actual transfer of chromatin material has been recorded in 6 woody species, from early prophase to telophase-II, and reduced pollen fertility in these species is due to the cytomixis.