Polarised segregation in the pollen mother cells of a stable triploid

  title={Polarised segregation in the pollen mother cells of a stable triploid},
  author={S. Smith-white},
  • S. Smith-white
  • Published 1948
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Heredity
  • THE Australasian family of the Ericales, the Epacridaceal, are known to the Author in their chromosome numbers by only a single report, that given by Samuelson (i 913) for Epacris impressa, cited by Gaiser (1930). A difference of opinion in papers by Hagerup (1928) and Wanscher (1934) concerning the probable basic chromosome number in the Ericales, suggested that a survey of the Epacridaceal might be of interest, and the results of such a survey are being published elsewhere (Smith-White, 1947a… CONTINUE READING
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