3 edition of Chromosome atlas of the angiosperms of Pakistan found in the catalog.
Chromosome atlas of the angiosperms of Pakistan
Includes bibliographical references (p. 212-224) and index.
|Statement||Surayya Khatoon and S.I. Ali.|
|Contributions||Ali, S. I.|
|LC Classifications||QK358.5 .S87 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 232 p. :|
|Number of Pages||232|
|LC Control Number||94930448|
OCLC Number: Notes: First ed. published in under title: Chromosome atlas of cultivated platns, by C.D. Darlington and E.K. Janaki Ammal. Chromosome atlas of flowering plants of the Indian subcontinent Unknown Binding – January 1, by Virendra Kumar (Author)Author: Virendra Kumar.
Flowering plant genomes, with about chromosomes on average (Klekowski & Baker, ), tend to reestablish low chromosome numbers following genome duplication. As discussed in other chapters, there are probably five rounds of WGD in the evolutionary history of Arabidopsis, but only five chromosomes in the extant genome (Bowers et al Cited by: 1. An atlas of the chromosome numbers in animals by Makino, Sajiro, Publication date Topics Chromosome numbers, Zoology Publisher Ames, Iowa State College Press This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library. See also WorldCat (this item) plus-circle Add Review. :
A cytological study showed that this was due to the presence of both diploid and tetraploid forms within the species, with chromosome numbers of 2n = 22 and 2n = 44 respectively (Table 1).Cited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Darlington, C. D. (Cyril Dean), Chromosome atlas of flowering plants. London, Allen & Unwin [, i.e. ].
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Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you. For every available species, the Atlas of Mammalian Chromosomes presents the best karyotype produced, the common and Latin name of the species, the published citation, and the contributing authors.
Most karyotypes are G-banded, revealing the chromosomal bar codes of homologous segments among related species. Chromosome Atlas of the Angiosperms of Pakistan Chromosome numbers in accessions representing 58 taxa belonging to 27 genera of Panicoideae from Pakistan are reported.
Chromosome. The Seed Atlas of Pakistan.- IV Oxalidaceae. Article (PDF Available) in Pakistan Journal of Botany June with Reads. A stunning visual collection of the banded metaphase chromosomekaryotypes from some species of mammals, the Atlas of MammalianChromosomes represents an unabridged compendium of the state ofthis genomic art form.
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Chromosomes were counted for nine of the 24 taxa of Berberis (Berberidaceae) from Nepal, five of which were counted for the first time. The results show that all these species have somatic chromosome numbers of 2 n = The absence of polyploids suggests that polyploidy may not have been a major driver of speciation and diversification of Berberis in the Nepal by: 2.
A project on the chromosome survey of the flora of West Pakistan is in progress and chromosome counts of a large number of species from this region have been reported earlier (Baquar et al., ).
The present paper is a part of this project. Morphological and cytological behaviour of 29 species distributed over 12 genera of the familySolanaceae have been investigated for the first Cited by: 9. Chromosome atlas of flowering plants by Darlington, C.D.; Wyllie and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at PDF | On Aug 1,J.
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It also provides lectures in Genetics for students in medicine/sciences. Chromosome Atlas of Flowering Plants of The Indian Subcontinent Set of Vol.1 And 2 Hardcover – by Virendra Kumar (Author), B.
Subramaniam (Author)Author: Virendra Kumar, B. Subramaniam. In this work 23 species belonging to 12 genera distributed within Cruciferae, Caryophyllaceae and Compositae (tribe Gnaphalieae) have been studied. Each species has been studied from a large number of collections often coming from diverse sources.
Ten species have been worked out for the first time. Intraspecific chromosomal races have been reported in two species. In one (Stellaria Cited by: 2.
Resource Name: Chromosome atlas of flowering plants of the Indian subcontinent; volumes 1 and 2 (Kumar, ) Number of entries: volume 1:volume 2: Reference: Kumar V, Subramaniam B. Chromosome atlas of flowering plants of the Indian subcontinent. Volume 1. In this study the exact chromosome number, detailed meiotic behavior in pollen mother cells and pollen viability were investigated, which can contribute to a better understanding of the cytological evolution of the species growing in the cold deserts of Lahaul-Spiti (Himachal Pradesh, India).
This study is the first such comprehensive attempt to explore the region by: The Chromosome Counts Database (CCDB) – a community resource of plant chromosome numbers Introduction For nearly a century, biologists, and botanists in particular, have been interested in the determination and documentation of chromosome numbers for extant taxa (reviewed in Goldblatt & Lowry, ) as well as extinct ones (Laane & Hoiland, ;Cited by: Darlington CD, Wylie AP () Chromosome atlas of flowering plants.
Georg Allen and Unwin, London Google Scholar de la Herrán R, Robles F, Cuñado N, Santos JL, Ruiz Rejón M, Garrido-Ramos MA, Ruiz Rejón C () A heterochromatic satellite DNA is highly amplified in a single chromosome of Muscari (Hyacinthaceae).Cited by: Chromosome Atlas of Flowering Plants Unknown Binding – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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Chromosome Atlas of Flowering PlantsManufacturer: Hafner. CHROMOSOME numbers have been determined previously for some 58 species in the family Fagaceae, covering the three genera of the northern temperate zone, Quercus, Castanea and Fagw1–3. These Cited by:. Chromosome atlas of flowering plants Unknown Binding – January 1, by C.
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