CHROMOSOME NUMBERS: For Species and Hybrids

Orchid Doctor Propagation

by Robert M. [Bert] Hamilton (Compiler)

Originally published in The Orchid Doctor in 1980 and 1988

Posted by Sys Admin over 5 years ago.

Article Blog   Article Index
For a most comprehensive listing, refer to OBIII-323
Share on Social Media:  
Log in to Add a Comment

More The Orchid Doctor Articles under the Heading Chromosomes

Chromosomes Comments
CHROMOSOME NUMBERS: Dendrobiums At Kew 62 species recently acquired from Papua-New Guinea; refer to the list, A85-1122; for miscellaneous species, refer to A85-1235 0
CHROMOSOME NUMBERS: For Bulbophyllums 55 species at Kew listed with origin and 2n. A85-190 0
CHROMOSOME NUMBERS: For Phragmipedium Hybrids Diploidy and polyploidy. A83-933 0
CHROMOSOME NUMBERS: Importance They are significant for cymbidiums, but not for others such as paphiopedilums, for breeding purposes. OA78-17 0
CHROMOSOMES: Changes in 1987 A review of recent events and efforts to conserve wild orchids; improvements in the face of rapacious exploitation suggested, refer to A88-31 0
CHROMOSOMES: Failure The Convention qualifies as the biggest fraud as applied to plants since Prohibition in the U.S.; it has probably killed more plants than it has saved; originally written for protection of animals, it does not work well for plants as it ignores the more dangerous problem of habitat destruction. OIE87Jy-6 0
CHROMOSOMES: Is it Effective? The greatest threats are Japan, Belgium and Holland which have not signed the treaty; until they ratify it they will remain the worst importers of wild species. OA86-64 0
CHROMOSOMES: Pros and Cons An argument against its policies or provisions and stating the program needs to be re-evaluated; refer to A88-30 0
CHROMOSOMES: Variation in Numbers A review; change and polyploidy; polyploidy and improvements in plants, other information, refer to OR81-169; OR82-368; OR87-139 0

New Topics

  1. Roberto Lizama asked question Help to ID in category General Discussion
  2. Roberto Lizama asked question Please help to ID in category Species
  3. Diana King asked question Compact DEN SUPERBUM ORCHID MINEATURE in category General Discussion
  4. Diana King asked question Brsdm GILDED URCHIN ONTARIO ORCHID in category Orchid Doctor
  5. Catherine Chance asked question Searching for Erycina echinata in category General Discussion

New Comments

  1. Carol Holdren commented on topic "Brsdm GILDED URCHIN ONTARIO ORCHID" by Diana King
  2. Carol Holdren commented on topic "Compact DEN SUPERBUM ORCHID MINEATURE " by Diana King
  3. Pam Lipscomb commented on member plant Blc. Oconee 'Mendenhall' by Jeanne M Uzar
  4. Carol Holdren commented on topic "Don't we meet in person in Kalamazoo, MI anymore?" by Conni Wireman
  5. Catherine Chance commented on topic "Searching for Erycina echinata " by Catherine Chance
  6. Carol Holdren commented on member plant Gom. Jiaho Queen 'Jiaho' by Robert Rand
  7. Pam Lipscomb commented on member plant Bsn. Maikai var. Louise by Sandi Block-Brezner
  8. Robert H. Findlay commented on member plant E. Rioclarense by Robert H. Findlay
  9. Susan LE commented on member plant QF Makani by Tanya Lam
  10. Pam Lipscomb commented on member plant Eny. Exotic Seashell by Steven Kirincich
  11. Pam Lipscomb commented on member plant Lc. Little Oliver by Steven Kirincich
  12. Susan LE commented on topic "Paph Harry Stage" by Key Stage
  13. Susan LE commented on scheduled event "Tamiami International Orchid Festival" by Miami Orchid Society
  14. Susan LE commented on article "Orchid Wiz - what will we do without you?" by Carol Holdren
  15. Susan LE commented on member plant Coel. rochussenii 'Waki' by Melvin Waki
  16. Susan LE commented on member plant Rlc. Beauty Girl by Blanca Acosta
  17. Mary Lane commented on member plant Den. lindleyi by Mary Lane
  18. António Almeida commented on article "Angraecum Culture with Semi-Hydroponic Techniques" by Tom Kuligowski
  19. Pam Lipscomb commented on member plant Blc. Walden's Glen by Jeanne M Uzar
  20. Pam Lipscomb commented on member plant Blc. Oconee 'Mendenhall' by Jeanne M Uzar