Pathways of karyological differentiation in palms (Arecaceae)

@article{Rser2004PathwaysOK,
  title={Pathways of karyological differentiation in palms (Arecaceae)},
  author={Martin R{\"o}ser},
  journal={Plant Systematics and Evolution},
  year={2004},
  volume={189},
  pages={83-122}
}
Karyological data are given for 56 palm taxa coming from all 6 palm subfamilies. In 11 genera and 17 species, chromosome numbers are reported for the first time. Most chromosome numbers in palms range between 2n = 36 and 2n = 26 in dysploid series. Species of the same genus usually exhibit identical chromosome numbers which additionally may be constant in larger groups of closely related genera (Coryphoideae trib.Corypheae with nearly always 2n = 36,Arecoideae subtribesEuterpeinae… CONTINUE READING

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