Permanent translocation heterozygosity in Viscum hildebrandtii Engl. and V. engleri Tiegh. (viscaceae) in East Africa

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Translocation heterozygosity is characteristic of male plants of Viscum hildebrandtii Engl. (n=14) and V. engleri Tiegh. (n=14). Both species are polymorphic with regard to the known chromosome associations which include: 12II, 1IV; 11II, 1VI; 10II, 2IV; 10II, 1VIII; 9II, 1IV, 1VI and 6II, 1IV, 2VI. All multivalents are rings. The translocation… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00329176

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