Studies on male and female meiosis in Indian Allium

@article{Gohil2004StudiesOM,
  title={Studies on male and female meiosis in Indian Allium},
  author={Ravinder N. Gohil and Ranjana Kaul},
  journal={Chromosoma},
  year={2004},
  volume={82},
  pages={735-739}
}
Male meiosis in autotetraploid Allium tuberosum (4×=32) is fairly regular, keeping in view its cytological status, with 81 percent of the chromosomes associated in quadrivalents and trivalents. About 5% of the cells have 32 univalents. Anaphase segregation is slightly irregular. While 48% of the pollen mitoses show 16 chromosomes, 87% of the mature pollen is viable as indicated by carmine or iodine staining. — Megaspore mother cells have 64 chromosomes associated in 32 bivalents at metaphase I… CONTINUE READING
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