Divergence among the subspecies of Alstroemeria garaventae Ehr. Bayer (Alstroemeriaceae) on fundamental karyotype and chloroplast DNA data
A comparative study of the two recognized subspecies of Alstroemeria garaventae Ehr. Bayer in Chile was conducted using chromosomes and chloroplast DNA as sources of taxonomic evidence. Both characters indicate both subspecies as separate entities, supporting previous taxonomic hypotheses. Yet, nuclear DNA analyses will be necessary to confirm their taxonomic status.
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