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The Presence and Behavior of B-Chromosomes in Meiocytes in Apluda mutica L
Accession based analysis in Apluda mutica studied from cytologically unexplored and phytogeographically isolated region of Uttarakhand, India revealed the existence of diploid chromosome count of 2n=20, normal meiosis and high pollen fertility. Individuals of three wild accessions however showed the presence of one to two B-chromosomes in 25.64 to 88.06% meiocytes. We here re-record the existence of B-chromosome in species from India. The Bs were noticed to behave differently, either asdoi:10.1508/cytologia.83.93 fatcat:xtpispvsffhurg43cose4lzt3u