M I S Saggoo
Articles written in Proceedings – Plant Sciences
Volume 91 Issue 6 December 1982 pp 479-486
Cytological studies have been made on 19 species of Acanthaceae from Pachmarhi hills in Central India. Present studies reveal the first count of chromosome numbers for four species, namely,
Volume 94 Issue 4-6 June 1985 pp 619-626
Chromosomal analysis of 33 species of Labiatae from South India have indicated that 23·53% are polyploids. Several taxa are investigated for the first time. Analysis of results in totality for the region indicates that shrubby and perennial species have higher incidence of polyploidy. Polybasic nature of the family as well as the investigated taxa is quite apparent and this indicates the role of eu- and aneuploidy in evolution of various taxa in the family.