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Pisum sativum L.79-81  
Pisum sativum L.Li, R. q. 1989. Studies on Karyotypes of Vegetables in China 88-89 14
Pisum sativum L.Li, M. x. & M. x. Du. 1984. A karyotypic study of Pisum. Acta Genet. Sin. 11(3): 195–201. 84-85 14
Pisum sativum L.Lavania, U. C. & S. Lavania. 1982. Chromosome banding patterns in some Indian pulses. Ann. Bot. 49: 235–239. 82-83 14
Pisum sativum L.Mercy kutty, V. C. & H. Kumar. 1983. Studies on induced tetraploids in four diverse cultivars of pea (Pisum sativum L.). Cytologia 48: 51–58. 82-83714
Pisum sativum L.Therman, E. & T. Murashige. 1984. Polytene chromosomes in cultured pea roots (Pisum, Fabaceae). Pl. Syst. Evol. 148: 25–33. 84-85 14
Pisum sativum L.Zhang, C. s. 1986. Chromosome preparation with young plant cotyledon. J. Wuhan Bot. Res. 4: 373–376. 86-87 14
Pisum sativum L.Rost, T. 1982. Comparative sensitivity of plant root meristems to acute gamma irradiation according to stationary phase cell distribution and DNA content. Cytologia 47: 743–757. 82-83 14
Pisum sativum L.Sharma, P. C. & P. K. Gupta. 1982. Karyotypes in some pulse crops. Nucleus (Calcutta) 25: 181–185. 82-83 14
Pisum sativum L.Yeh, M. S., H. YUASA & F. Maekawa. 1986. Chromosome numbers in the Leguminosae. Sci. Rep. Res. Inst. Evol. Biol. 3: 57–71. 86-87 14
Pisum sativum L.Kodama, A. & J. P. Mitchell. 1982. A comparative karyological and cytophotometric study of normal and wounded stem tissue of the pea (Pisum sativum L.). Cytologia 47: 409–418. 82-83 14
Pisum sativum L.Kodama, A. 1989. Karyotype analyses of chromosomes in eighteen species belonging to nine tribes in Leguminosae. Bull. Hiroshima Agric. Coll. 8: 691–706. 88-89 14
Pisum sativum L.Bairiganjan, G. C. & S. N. Patnaik. 1989. Chromosomal evolution in Fabaceae. Cytologia 54: 51–64. 88-89714
Pisum sativum L.Geber, G. & D. Schweizer. 1988. Cytochemical heterochromatin differentiation in Sinapis alba (Cruciferae) using a simple air-drying technique for producing chromosome spreads. Pl. Syst. Evol. 158: 97–106. 88-89 14
Pisum sativum L.Mukhopadhyay, S. 1986. Intergeneric relationship between three genera of Leguminosae. J. Indian Bot. Soc. 65: 124–129. 88-89 14
Pisum sativum L.Kar, K. & S. SEN. 1991. A comparative karyological study of root and embryo tissue of a few genera of Leguminosae. Cytologia 56: 403–408. 92-93 14
Pisum sativum L.Mannan, M. A., G. Kabir, N. N. Shaheen & F. N. Akhter. 1991. Meiotic studies in seven pulse crops of Bangladesh. Cytologia 56: 511–515. 92-93 14
Pisum sativum L.Koul, M. L. H. & C. Nirmala. 1993. Male sterility in pea II. Male sex specific dys-synapsis. Cytologia 58: 67–76. 92-93 14
Pisum sativum L.Nirmala, C. & M. L. H. Kaul. 1993. Male sterility in pea IV. Meiotic absence, arrest, breakdown and continuation. Cytologia 58: 247–255. 92-93 14
Pisum sativum L.Zhang, Z. p., L. h. Wu & Y. f. Kang. 1993. Analyses of karyotypes in six forage grass species of Leguminosae. Bot. Res 1: 60–61. 94-95 14
Pisum sativum L.Baranyi, M. & J. Greilhuber. 1995. Flow cytometric analysis of genome size variation in cultivated and wild Pisum sativum (Fabaceae). Pl. Syst. Evol. 194: 231–239. 94-95 14
Pisum sativum L.Zhang, C. s. 1998. A preliminary study on making plant chromosomal specimens using peppermint oil compound as pretreatment agent. J. Wuhan Bot. Res. 16(3): 280–282. 98-00 14
Pisum sativum L.MARKS, G. E. & D. R. Davies. 1979. The cytology of cotyledon cells and the induction of giant polytene chromosomes in Pisum sativum. Protoplasma 101: 73–80. 79-817ü7ü14ü14ü14ü14ü14ü14ü14,28,56,84,98,112,224
Pisum sativum L.NARSINGHANI, V. G. & S. KUMAR. 1976. Gibberellic acid protection against EMS and MMS induced damage to chromosomes in Pisum sativum L. Cytologia 41: 291–298.  14
Pisum sativum L.Uhrikova, A. 1978. In Index of chromosome numbers of Slovakian flora. Part 6. Acta Fac. Rerum Nat. Univ. Comenianae, Bot. 26: 1–42.  14
Pisum sativum L.AL-MAYAH, A. R. A. & I. A. Al-Shehbaz. 1977. Chromosome numbers for some Leguminosae from Iraq. Bot. Not. 130: 437–440. 7 
Pisum sativum L.GOSWAMI, H. K. 1977. Changes in chromosome morphology due to magnetism. Cytologia 42: 639–644.  14
Pisum sativum L.KIM, J. H. 1974. The study on scattering of chromosomes in cells---Scattering of chromosomes by treatment with potassium ferricyanide solution under light. Korean J. Bot. 17: 113–117.  14
Pisum sativum L.Kodama, A. 1975. Karyological studies on crown gall tumors of the pea. Jap. J. Genet. 50: 291–299.  14
Pisum sativum L.Liu, C. l. 2002. A study and comparison on the karyotypes of Pisum stiva L. and P. sativum L. J. Yantai Norm. Coll., Nat. Sci. 18(4): 280–283. 01-03 14
Pisum sativum L.Samatadze. 2005. Investigation of chromosomes in varietes and translocation lines of pea Pisum sativum L. by FISH, Ag-NOR, and differential DAPI steining. Genetika 41: 1665–1673. 04-06 14
Pisum sativum L.Nazarova. 2004. Pages 1--171 in Chromosome Numbers of Flowering Plants of Armenian Flora. Yerevan. 04-06 14
 
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