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A karyotypical study of the Trillium plants has revealed an interesting fact that all the members of the genus possess the morphologically closely similar basic complement consisting of 5 chromosomes A, B, C, D and E. From this and certain other view points, in his previous paper, the writer suggested that the tetraploid species should be allotetraploids or that they may have originated through hybridisation in the course of evolution (HAGA 1934). a b C Fortunately in the. year 1935 the writerdoi:10.1266/jjg.13.135 fatcat:mhgpdngstndnhavwkbyytairaq