Polymorphism of the relative DNA content of the species Selaginella borealis and Selaginella sanguinolenta
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Relative DNA content
flow cytometry
S. borealis
S. sanguinolenta

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Skaptsov, M. V., Smirnov, S. V., Kechaykin, A. A., Kutsev, M. G., Vaganov, A. V., Zhang, X. C., & Shmakov, A. I. (2018). Polymorphism of the relative DNA content of the species Selaginella borealis and Selaginella sanguinolenta. Acta Biologica Sibirica, 4(4), 116-118. https://doi.org/10.14258/abs.v4.i4.4903


The analysis of the relative DNA content of samples of Selaginella borealis and Selaginella sanguinolenta from various regions was carried out. A high polymorphism in the relative DNA content was revealed, which is apparently related to differences in the main chromosome number between different populations. Also revealed one polyploid plant.

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