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The CO2 compensation point and its relation to the chloroplast DNA (cpDNA) type were investigated on the somatic hybrids between Brassica oleracea , a C3 plant and Moricandia arvensis, a C3-C4 intermediate plant. The fragment patterns of cpDNA digested with restriction endonuclease (XhoI) showed that the somatic hybrid plants had the cpDNA of either B. oleracea or M , arvensis. Out of 11 plants investigated, 5 plants had the cpDNA of B. oleracea, while 6 had that of M. arvensis. However, bothdoi:10.1266/jjg.63.543 fatcat:cjpmiceubvaklaxebhkc6xvynu