Bulletin of Botanical Research ›› 1987, Vol. 7 ›› Issue (4): 153-159.
Yie Fei1, Pan Ji-shu2, Zheng Kai-weng2
The Shanxi wild hops in China possesses sex-chromosomes 2n=18A+XX in female plant and 2n=18A+XY in male plant. The chromosome idogiams are similar between cultivated hops (Humulus lupulus) and the wild plants. The sex-chromosomes of male plant exhibit a heteromorphic pair of end-to-end conjugation in diakinesis and metaphase I of PMC meiosis. Using amodification of the 8-hydroxy quinoline treatment to study mitotic division, the middle-section of the short arm of the X-chromosome, after Carbol Fachsin staining is considerable less stainable than the rest of the chromosome.
Yie Fei, Pan Ji-shu, Zheng Kai-weng. THE STUDY ON CHROMOSOMAL MORPHOLOGY IN SHANXI WILD HOPS[J]. Bulletin of Botanical Research, 1987, 7(4): 153-159.
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