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Newton, n.C.F., Pellew, n. Primula kewensis and its derivatives. Journ. of Gen. 20, 405–467 (1929). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02983158

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Keywords

  • Chromosome Number
  • Corolla Tube
  • Tetraploid Plant
  • Diploid Hybrid
  • Reduction Division