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Published In: Species Plantarum 2: 996. 1753. (1 May 1753) (Sp. Pl.) Name publication detailView in BotanicusView in Biodiversity Heritage Library

Name ReferenceIPCN ReferenceGametophytic CountSporophytic CountCountry 
Quercus robur L.Butorina, A. K. 1988. Peculiarities in the triploid form of English oak. Citol. & Genet. 22(2): 17–20. 88-89 3<x> = 36
Quercus robur L.Wang, L. m. 1986. A taxonomic study of the deciduous oaks in China by means of cluster and karyotype analysis. Bull. Bot. Res., Harbin 6: 55–69. 86-87 24
Quercus robur L.Arohonka, T. 1982. Chromosome counts of vascular plants of the island Seili in Nauvo, southwestern Finland. Ann. Univ. Turku., Ser. A, Biol.-Geogr. 3: 1–12. 84-85 24
Quercus robur L.Liu, Y. Q., L. M. Wang & M. X. Li. 1984. Karyotype analysis of eight species of Quercus in Beijing. J. Beijing Forest. Coll. (4): 9–15. 84-85 24
Quercus robur L.Pogan, E. 1982. Further studies in chromosome numbers of Polish angiosperms. Part XVI. Acta Biol. Cracov., Ser. Bot. 24: 159–189. 82-83 24
Quercus robur L.Butorina, A. K. 1989. Cytogenetical estimation of the oak trees of different selection categories. Genetica 25: 301–309. 88-89 24, 36
Quercus robur L.Ohri, D. & M. R. Ahuja. 1990. Giemsa C-banded karyotype in Quercus L. (oak). Silvae Genet. 39: 216–219. 92-93 24
Quercus robur L.Hollingsworth, P. M., R. J. Gornall & J. P. Bailey. 1992. Contribution to a cytological catalogue of the British and Irish flora, 2. Watsonia 19: 134–137. 92-93 24
Quercus robur L.Mĕsíček, J. 1992. In J. M|3esí|3ccek & V. Jav@0urková-Jarolímová, List of Chromosome Numbers of the Czech Vascular Plants. Academia, Praha. 96-97 24
Quercus robur L.Besendorfer, V., V. Zoldoa, T. Peakan, M. Krsnik-Rasol, T. Littvay & D. Papea. 1996. Identification of potential cytogenetical and biochemical markers in bioindication of common oak forests. Phyton (Horn) 36: 139–146. 98-00 24
Quercus robur L.Martín, F. G., T. A. Beato & A. S. Anta. 1999. Estudio cariológico de algunas especies de Quercus (subgen. Quercus) en la Cordillera Cantábrica (España). Stud. Bot. Univ. Salamanca 18: 39–46. 98-001224
Quercus robur L.Albers, F. & W. Pröbsting. 1998. In R. Wisskirchen & H. Haeupler, Standardliste der Farn- und Blütenpflanzen Deutschlands. Bundesamt für Naturschutz & Verlag Eugen Ulmer, Stuttgart. 98-00 24
Quercus robur L.D'Emerico, S., C. Paciolla & F. Tommasi. 2000. Contribution to the karyomorphology of some species of the genus Quercus. Silvae Genet. 49(6): 243–245. 01-03 24
Quercus robur L.Mehra, P. N. 1976. Cytology of Himalayan Hardwoods. Sree Saraswaty Press, Calcutta. 12 
Quercus robur L.Vachova, M. 1978. In Index of chromosome numbers of Slovakian flora. Part 6. Acta Fac. Rerum Nat. Univ. Comenianae, Bot. 26: 1–42.  24
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