Mark Weathington

2019 journal article

Cytogenetics, Ploidy, and Genome Sizes of Camellia and Related Genera

HORTSCIENCE, 54(7), 1124–1142.

By: W. Hembree n, T. Ranney n, B. Jackson n & M. Weathington n

author keywords: cytology; DNA content; flow cytometry; chromosomes; plant breeding; polyploidy; Hartia; Polyspora; Pyrenaria; Stewartia; taxonomy; Theaceae; Tutcheria
TL;DR: This study provides a consolidated and expanded knowledgebase of ploidy, genome sizes, hybridity, and reproductive pathways for specific accessions of Camellia and related genera that will enhance opportunities and strategies for future breeding and improvement within Theaceae. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: August 19, 2019

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