References in periodicals archive ?
Grass is a natural hybrid of two specific cultivars of species in their genus.
Although morphological traits alone are often of limited value when identifying natural hybrids, molecular markers have proved much more reliable (Masaoka & Kobayashi 2005, Hurtado et al.
The detection of this marker is also relevant in the sense that it can also be identified in natural hybrids, as there are records of hybridization involving this species in native regions (Andrade et al.
I took a picture of a plant that was obviously a natural hybrid involving T.
Three species and the natural hybrids were found only in the scrub (Racinaea tetrantha var.
Some of the species have been growing for more than 90 years, and a number of natural hybrids have developed.

Full browser ?