Science

This category is about the biology of daffodils and narcissus.

Plant lectins

November 13, 2008
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From a 2007 article: Multiplicity of carbohydrate-binding sites in â-prism fold lectins: occurrence and possible evolutionary implications ALOK SHARMA, DIVYA CHANDRAN, DESH D SINGH and M VIJAYAN* Molecular Biophysics Unit,…

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{Dangerous Content?} Emailing: Wiley InterScience JOURNALS Physiologia Plantarum

November 12, 2008
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Wiley InterScience a.. HOME b.. ABOUT US c.. CONTACT US d.. HELP Home / Life Sciences / Plant Science Physiologia Plantarum Volume 79 Issue 1, Pages 1 – 6 Published…

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pics of lback spots

  THanks for the black spot pictures. I did not realize many had them ( what percentage roughly from the large daffodils?) One can now wonder what character is connected with…

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N jonquilla s.l. versus assoanus

I like to point out that whereas the “jonquilla group” has about 32 pg of nuclear DNA, N assoanus has only 19 pg so there is a big difference. That…

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DNA amounts of all narcissi

I like to let you know that my article where in I measured nuclear DNA content of all species of narcissi from nearly 400 accessions, has been accepted and is…

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N. eugeniae

The N eugeniae from Valdelinares has the same amount of nuclear DNA as nearly all other subspecies of N pseudonarcissus, including 4 N. radinganorum accessions.

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