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Liedo, M. D., Davis, A. P., Crespo, M. B., Chase, M. W. and Fay, M. F. (2004): Phylogenetic analysis of Leucojum and Galanthus (Amaryllidaceae) based on plastid matK and nuclear ribosomal spacer (ITS) DNA sequences and morphology. — Plant Syst. Evol

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Küçüker, O. (1985): The morphological, anatomical and cytological studies on some Colchicum species of Istanbul area. — J. Sci. Istanbul Univ. 50 (B): 87–111. Küçüker O. The

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Chiapella, J. (2000): The Deschampsia cespitosa complex in central and northern Europe: a morphological analysis. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 134, 495-512. The Deschampsia cespitosa complex in central and northern

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Abid, R. and Qaiser, M. (2002): Cypsela morphology of Inula L. (s. str.) and its allied genera (Inuleae-Compositae) from Pakistan and Kashmir. — Pakistan J. Bot. 34 (3): 207

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27 Lebeda, A. and Mieslerová, B. (1999b): Morphological characterization and host range of tomato powdery mildew (Oidium lycopersici) originating from the Czech Republic. The First

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. Kahraman , A. , Celep , F. and Dogan , M. ( 2010 ): Anatomy, trichome morphology and palynology of Salvia chrysophylla Stapf (Lamiaceae) . – S. Afr. J. Bot. 76 : 187 – 195 . https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sajb.2009

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Akçin, Ö. E. (2007 a ): The morphological and anatomical properties of endemic Onosma armenum DC. (Boraginaceae) species. — Int. J. Nat. Engineer. Sci. 1 (2): 37–43. Akçin Ö. E. E

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. 4. Fraser , A. , Segev , T. , Graw , W. A. , Suchocki , L. , Hall , M. I. ( 2013 ) Comparative morphology of owl and hawk extraocular muscles. Society for Integrative and Comparative

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1969 Lázaro, A., Ruiz, M., Rosa, L., Martín, I. 2001. Relationships between agro/morphological characters and climatic parameters in Spanish landraces

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A collection of 35 accessions of the tetraploid wild wheat Aegilops geniculata Roth (MM, UU) sampled in northern Algeria was evaluated for morphological and biochemical variability. Morphological and ecological analyses based on morphological traits and bioclimatic parameters, respectively, were assessed using principal component analysis (PCA). Accessions were differentiated by width characters, namely spike’s width, and a weak relationship between morphological traits and ecological parameters was found. Polymorphism of high molecular weight (HMW) glutenin subunits was carried on by sodium dodecyl sulphate-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (SDS-PAGE). Among accessions analyzed, 27 alleles were identified at the two loci Glu-M1 and Glu-U1: resulting in twenty-nine patterns and a nomenclature was proposed. Two alleles at the Glu-U1 locus expressed a new subunit with a slightly slower mobility than subunit 8. These results provide new information regarding the genetic variability of HMW glutenin subunits, as well as their usefulness in cultivated wheat quality improvement.

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