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MEIOSIS IN JOJOBA, SIMMONDSIA CHINENSIS

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The meiotic process of microsporogenesis in jojoba was characterized by using young flower buds collected from natural stands. Chromosome counts on several hundred samples revealed no deviation from 2n = 52 chromosomes. The occasional appearance of a ring-of-four or quadrivalent configuration of chromosomes at diakinesis suggests the polyploid nature of this plant. The entire meiotic process, however, is remarkably regular as in a diploid species. Unusual characteristics of meiosis include the occurrence of multi-nucleoli in both prophase and interphase and the frequent appearance of a darkly-staining body resembling a B chromosome. No sex chromosomes were identified in this dioecious species.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Plant Sciences, University of Arizona

10.1080/0021213X.1985.10677003
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1985-05-13
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