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Journal of Genetics

, Volume 54, Issue 3, pp 377–393 | Cite as

Species differentiation inAgrostis

II the significance of chromosome pairing in the tetraploid hybrids ofagrostis canina subsp.Montana hartm.,A. Tenuis sibth. andA. Stolonifera L
  • Keith Jones
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Keywords

Chromosome Pairing Agros Species Differentiation Chiasma Frequency Brca 
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© Indian Academy of Sciences 1956

Authors and Affiliations

  • Keith Jones
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  1. 1.Welsh Plant Breeding StationAberystwyth

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