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From: Cytological and proteomic analyses of floral buds reveal an altered atlas of meiosis in autopolyploid Brassica rapa

Fig. 1

Flower phenotype, chromosome number and flow cytometric analysis of the colchicine-induced B. rapa plants. a, A Flower of diploid B. rapa and the enlarged flower of the treated B. rapa plant. Bar = 1 cm; b, B exactly 20 chromosomes in diploid B. rapa and 40 chromosomes counted in autotetraploid B. rapa. Bar = 10 μm; c, C the altered peak distribution of nuclear DNA content in autotetraploid in comparison with diploid B. rapa

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