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Allozyme divergence between Coreopsis basalis and C. wrightii (Compositae)
Author(s): D. J. Crawford and E. B. Smith
Publication Type: Article
Journal: Systematic Botany
Article Topic(s): Genetics, Morphology
Research Setting(s): Laboratory
Species Referenced: Coreopsis basalis (Goldenmane tickseed),
AbstractExamines the genetic diversity between Coreopsis basalis and C. wrightii, both diploid annual plants. The two species are closely related and have similar morphology but are highly intersterile due to differences in chromosome structure.
Suggested CitationD. J. Crawford and E. B. Smith. "Allozyme divergence between Coreopsis basalis and C. wrightii (Compositae)." Systematic Botany 7.4 (1982): 359-364.