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Chromosome numbers in vascular plants from Norway, including Svalbard

EngelskjГёn. Torstein.

Chromosome numbers in vascular plants from Norway, including Svalbard

by EngelskjГёn. Torstein.

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Published by Lund Botanical Society, [Distributor] Swedish Natural Science Research Council in Lund, Sweden, Stockholm, Sweden .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementTorstein Engelskjøn.
SeriesOpera botanica,, 52, Opera botanica ;, v. 52.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCM 91/00600 (Q)
The Physical Object
Pagination38 p. :
Number of Pages38
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1580163M
ISBN 109154602653
LC Control Number91102717

Chromosome numbers in some British plants 29 4. GENERAL OBSERVATIONS A. Chromosome size The relation between chromosome size and cell size varies rather little in most species, as can be seen by comparing the cell plates in the figures. There are some species, however, with chromosomes much more widely-spaced than the normal:Cited by: Title. Index to plant chromosome numbers. Title Variants: Alternative: IPCN Uniform: Index to plant chromosome numbers (Saint Louis, Mo.) Related Titles. Preceded by: Regnum vegetabile Series: Monographs in systematic botany from the Missouri Botanical Garden.

The chromosome numbers of 37 vascular plant species from the Far East of Russia (mainly from the Primorie Territory) are reported. They are revealed for the first time in Ligularia schmidtii (Maxim.) Makino (2n=60), Rabdosia serra (Maxim) Hara (2n=24), Seutera wilfordii (Franch. et Savat.) Pobed. (2n=22), Vincetoxicum nipponicum (Matsumura) by: 1. Documented Chromosome Numbers 1. Miscellaneous North American Vascular Plants Author: Bruce D. Parfitt, Donald J. Pinkava, Debbie Rickel, Dan Fillipi, Beth Eggers, and David J. Keil Created Date: 5/3/ PM.

Chromosome numbers of 11 woody species from the Bulgarian flora are presented in the paper. The number of Daphne pontica (2 n = 18) is reported for the first time for this species. Chromosome number, precise number of chromosomes typical for a given species. In most sexually reproducing organisms, somatic cells are diploid, containing two copies of each chromosome, while the sex cells are haploid, having one copy of each chromosome. Human somatic cells .


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Chromosome numbers in vascular plants from Norway, including Svalbard by EngelskjГёn. Torstein. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Chromosome numbers in vascular plants from Norway, including Svalbard. [Torstein Engelskjøn]. Chromosome numbers in vascular plants from Norway, including Svalbard. [Torstein Engelskjøn] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help.

Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create # vascular plants\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema. Chromosome numbers of 25 taxa of flowering plants from northern Norway and Svalbard are reported.

Four species and one subspecies, Carex halophila F. Nyl. (2n = ca. 78), C. stenolepis Less. In order to expand the current knowledge on somatic chromosome numbers of South Korean vascular plants, chromosome counts were made for 50 species (38 genera of 17 families). Chromosome numbers are given for 16 species and one interspeci c hybrid of vascular plants originating from the Czech Republic, Croatia, and Italy: Artemisiaannua(2 n = File Size: 1MB.

Engelskjon T () Chromosome numbers in vascular plants from Norway, including Svalbard. Opera Botanica –38 Google Scholar Favarger C () Contribution à l’étude caryologique et biologique des by: 1. Some new data on the chromosome numbers of certain species to the USSR, including about species investigated at the Laboratory of Cytology of the v Botanical Institute, are published here for the first time.

The book includes several tables Chromosome numbers in vascular plants from Norway a bibliography of some : Editor An. Federov. Chromosomal speciation processes gain increasing attention in plant systematics and evolution, and new approaches revealed a high diversity in chromosome numbers even within recognized taxa.

Reliable counts linked to known accessions are thus needed yet often hardly available. We present a new online database for chromosome counts and ploidy estimates of the flora of Germany with a Cited by: 6.

Arun Kumar Sharma DSc, FNA, FASc, Archana Sharma DPhil, DSc, FNA, FASc, in Chromosome Techniques (Third Edition), O-BANDING OR ORCEIN BANDING.

It was developed primarily for use in plant chromosomes (Sharma,), since in plants, G, C and Q bandings have relatively limited application.

The inherent disadvantages are the securing of air-drying of solid tissues. Chromosome numbers for some species of vascular plants from Europe. Introduction. Usually, all individuals within a species possess the same chromosome number (CN).

However, plants with different CNs are not frequently found within the bounds of one taxonomic species (Friesen ).In angiosperms, the haploid chromosome number varies between n = 2 and n =but the majority of them show a range between n = 7 and n = 12 (Sharma ).Author: Gyu-Young Chung, Bo-mi Nam, Mi-Jung Choi, Hyeon-Do Jang, Hyeok-Jae Choi, Byoung-Un Oh.

Norway has a total area ofsquare kilometres (, sq mi) and a population of 5, (as of August ). The country shares a long eastern border with Sweden (1, km or 1, mi long). Norway is bordered by Finland and Russia to the north-east, and the Skagerrak strait to the south, with Denmark on the other side.

Norway has an extensive coastline, facing the North Atlantic Capital and largest city: Oslo, 59°56′N 10°41′E /. Chromosome numbers for 76 vascular plant species from Baikal Siberia are re­ ported. Caryology of two species (Tragopogon trachycarpus S.A. Nikitin and Pedicu­ laris striata Pall.) was studied for the first time.

Also for 5 species it is the first chromosome count on the. Chromosome numbers in some. vascular plant species from the Crimea. The original vascular flora of the Crimea, which in-cludes spontaneous taxa of specific and sub-specific rank, belonging to genera (Yena ) is poorly inves-tigated as to chromosome numbers up-to-date, except the representatives of the Poaceae Family (see Prokudin.

The list of organisms by chromosome count describes ploidy or numbers of chromosomes in the cells of various plants, animals, protists, and other living number, along with the visual appearance of the chromosome, is known as the karyotype, and can be found by looking at the chromosomes through a ion is paid to their length, the position of the centromeres.

this paper), chromosome numbers have been determined for individuals of taxa (including 35 interspecific hybrids and two in-tergeneric hybrids) in 22 genera of cacti. Euploidy continues to overwhelmingly dom-inate the karyotype within Cactaceae. No an-euploid individuals were detected from any of the individuals examined ( File Size: KB.

Introduction. The remarkable diversity of land plants is associated with striking variation in genome sizes and chromosome numbers (Lysák and Schubert ).Whereas genome size of land plants varies more than 2,fold, from 64 Mb (Genlisea aurea; Greilhuber et al.

) to approximatelyMb (Paris japonica; Pellicer et al. ), chromosome numbers vary from n = 2 in six Cited by: 6. (Bedini et al. onwards) stores the available karyological information on the Italian vascular flora, including chromosome number (n and/or 2n) and B-chromosome occurrence, along with main geographic–administrative data and literature references (Bedini and Garbari).

As of 4 Marchthe database consisted of Cited by: Chromosome Numbers of Plants and Animals. Later, Brett J. sent me a link to the Missouri Botanical Garden’s searchable database of the chromosome numbers of plants.

If you find this useful, please email me and tell me how you use the information. This volume, prepared and published by the Botanical Institute of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Leningrad, gives chromosome numbers for ab species as known up to The plant families to which the species belong are arranged in alphabetical order, as are genera within families and species within genera.

For genera with more than 10 species for which information on chromosome Cited by:. CHROMOSOME NUMBERS IN SOUTH INDIAN SOLANACEAE PHILOMENA MADHAVADIAN Department of Botany, Kerala University, Trivandrum, India Received: 2nd April The Solanaceae is a very large family of about 85 genera and more than 2, species distributed primarily in tropical and central America (LAWRENCE ).The Families and Genera of Vascular Plants Vol.

5; Neobrittonia acerifolia (G. Don) Hochr.: 32; Nototriche. The Families and Genera of Vascular Plants Vol. 5; diploid numbers of 10, 20, 30 not specified as to species; Ochroma. K.S. Bawa, Chromosome Numbers of Tree Species of a Lowland Forest Community, J.

Arnold Arbor. 54(4): (). 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, ; Masterson, ).These data have been widely used to evaluate the evolutionary pattern of chromosome number change and to Cited by: