Typha glauca Godron and its parental plants in Poland: taxonomic characteristics

  title={Typha glauca Godron and its parental plants in Poland: taxonomic characteristics},
  author={Renata Nowińska and Barbara Gawrońska and Aneta Czarna and Małgorzata Wyrzykiewicz-Raszewska},
Natural interspecific hybridization between Typha latifolia L. and Typha angustifolia L. was analyzed by morpho-anatomical and molecular methods to determine whether the hybrid Typha glauca Godr. is present in Poland and to identify the best diagnostic traits for its identification. Eighty-three samples of the Typha species were collected. Nine random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) primers provided 12 fragments specific for T. angustifolia and eight fragments specific for T. latifolia. DNA of… CONTINUE READING
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