Determination by GISH and FISH of hybrid status in Lilium.

@article{Marasek2004DeterminationBG,
  title={Determination by GISH and FISH of hybrid status in Lilium.},
  author={Agnieszka Marasek and Robert Hasterok and Katarzyna Wiejacha and Teresa K. Orlikowska},
  journal={Hereditas},
  year={2004},
  volume={140 1},
  pages={1-7}
}
In the genus Lilium, plants obtained from crosses, especially between distant relatives, are not always hybrids because embryos can develop as a result of apomixis. These plants constitute genetic material of the maternal parent only. In this study, verification of hybrid status of plants which have been obtained from the crosses 'Marco Polo'xLilium henryi and 'Expression'xL. henryi was performed through the use of cytological and molecular cytogenetic methods. According to cytological analyses… CONTINUE READING

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