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Morphological, karyological, and molecular analysis in Aster spp. (Asteraceae)

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Two species of the genus Aster L. from Nepal have been studied and compared with a common European species A. alpinusL. The aim was to verify the specific taxonomic classification and to characterize the aster populations on the basis of morphological, karyological, and molecular analysis.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Biology, University of Padua ; 2: Department of Biology, University of Padua ; 3: Department of Environmental Agronomy and Crop Production, University of Padua


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