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   The Karyomorphology of Allium hirtifolium Bioss., a Less Known Edible Species from Iran  
   
نویسنده Panahandeh Jaber ,Mahna Nasser
منبع journal of plant physiology and breeding - 2011 - دوره : 1 - شماره : 2 - صفحه:53 -57
چکیده    Allium hirtifolium is endemic to Iran and grows as a wild species in the Zagross Mountains. This plant is edible and has important medicinal properties; however, there is little information about it. In the present study, A. hirtifolium was studied cytogenetically through both a routine and a differential staining (C-banding) method. The results indicated that A. hirtifolium is a diploid (2n=2x=16) species with predominantly metacentric chromosomes and a symmetric karyotype. Each of two chromosome pairs, VI and VIII, contained a secondary constriction and a small satellite. A. hirtifolium had little heterochromatin in their chromosomes. Unlike most other Allium species, there was no telomeric C-positive band.
کلیدواژه Allium hirtifolium ,C-banding ,Heterochromatin ,Karyology ,Mooseer
آدرس university of tabriz, ایران, university of tabriz, ایران
 
 

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