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daffodil origins

daffodil origins

Narc bujei hisp Anales.67(1) 2010.pdf As Marylin already mentioned and for those interested: my new article on daffodil cv is out I have attached the pdf file. In short: It…

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inbreeding

INBRREEDING There is some misunderstanding about inbreeding Most diploid organism have so called bad or even lethal genes As long as these are complemented by a good gene ( are…

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DnA content of all species of narcissi..

Hello Daffodil enthusiast For those interested; The following link contains a paper on all species of narcissi .Happy reading. (Thanks Nancy) http://daffodilusa.com/references/references.html#research Ben J.M.Zonneveld Nationaal Herbarium Nederland POBox 9514 2300…

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N calcicola DNA

  I like to point out that N calcicola has about 26 pg of nuclear DNA,  just as the other two species of the same section, N rupicola and scaberulus.…

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N provincalis white tepals

  Hello Mary I found the same whitish tepals in N hispanicus. I had the impression it was only in the older flowers that the tepals did become whitish. It…

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“galloshes”

Here ( The Netherlands) Narcissi are sold in two kinds: those with leaves that have longer scapes and fetch prices twice as high ( 2-3 Euro the 10) and those…

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