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In this study, we confirmed the chromosome forms for M. montis-koyae (2n=18) and M. urticifolia (2n=18 and 2n=27). The chromosome count of 2n=27 is a new count for this species. These two counts reveal the basic chromosome number of x=9, which then becomes 2n=18. Thus, 2n=18 M. urticifolia is a diploid plant, and 2n=27 M. urticifolia is a triploid plant. The somatic chromosome complement was formulated as 2n=18=7m+9sm+2st. As such, the second longest chromosome pair is heteromorphic with longdoi:10.1508/cytologia.79.371 fatcat:mcyggpq7vvatjggopckxxvmlty