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Chromosoma

, Volume 33, Issue 3, pp 273–283 | Cite as

Karyotypic changes in callus cultures from haploid and diploid plants of Crepis capillaris (L.) Wallr

  • M. D. Sacristán
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Abstract

Two auxin-heterotrophic callus cultures of Crepis capillaris, one coming from an haploid plant and the other from a diploid one, were studied in regard to karyotypic changes for over a year. The degree of polyploidisation of the originally haploid culture was considerably higher than that of the diploid culture. The frequency of chromosome rearrangements was significantly higher in polyploidised karyotypes than in not polyploidised karyotypes and correspondingly greater in the “haploid” culture. However, the cytogenetical stability of the cultures cannot be measured only through their degree of polyploidisation: it has been found that new karyotypes also originate through chromosome rearrangements at the same ploidy level as the original explant.

Keywords

Developmental Biology Ploidy Level Chromosome Rearrangement Callus Culture Haploid Plant 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • M. D. Sacristán
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  1. 1.Max-Planck-Institut für Biologie Abt. MelchersTübingenGermany

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