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IAPT chromosome data 35
Karol Marhold (ed.),
1,2
Jaromír Kucˇera (ed.),
1
Juliana Alencar,
3
S¸evket Alp,
4
Lânia I.F. Alves,
5
Evgeny E. Andronov,
6
Alexey Yu. Astashenkov,
7
Zeki Aytaç,
8
Svetlana T. Bancheva,
9
Gloria E. Barboza,
10,11
Fabiane R.C. Batista,
5
Deibson Pereira Belo,
3
Viktor N. Belous,
12
Mariyo Boboev,
13
Maria Teresa Buril,
3
Pilar Catalán,
14,15
Ömer Çeçen,
16
Mark W. Chase,
17
Vera A. Cheryomushkina,
7
Maarten J.M. Christenhusz,
17,18
Andressa Dantas da Silveira,
19
Greta A. Dettke,
20
Charlys Seixas Maia Dornelas,
21
Vladimir M. Doronkin,
7
Tatyana V. Elisafenko,
7
Andrey S. Erst,
7,14
Maria Ana Farinaccio,
22,23
Leonardo P. Felix,
21
Eliana R. Forni-Martins,
24
Melisa A. Giorgis,
10,25
Alexander A. Gnutikov,
26
Alexey V. Grebenjuk,
27
Raghbir Chand Gupta,
28
Ziyarat A. Guseynova,
29
Maninder Kaur,
28
Navjot Kaur,
30
Aleksandr A. Korobkov,
27
Tatiana V. Kostritsyna,
31
Violetta V. Kotseruba,
27
Denis A. Krivenko,
32
Tatiana V. Leonova,
33
Lian Lian,
34
Attila Mesterházy,
35
Elizaveta Yu. Mitrenina,
14
Rita E. Morero,
10,11
Ramazan A. Murtazaliev,
36
Silmara Cecília Nepomuceno,
3
Enoque M. Neto,
21
José Achilles L. Neves,
21
Felipe Nollet,
3
Nikolai N. Nosov,
27
André Rodolfo de Oliveira Ribeiro,
37
Marina V. Olonova,
14
Andressa Pirolla-Souza,
22
Tatiana A. Poliakova,
38
Carolyn E.B. Proença,
19
Svetlana V. Pulkina,
14
Alexander V. Rodionov,
27
Diego Santos,
3
João Paulo Sardin Nasário,
24
Anna V. Shatokhina,
38
Rosemere dos Santos Silva,
21
Jaswant Singh,
28
Vijay Kumar Singhal,
28
Sergei V. Smirnov,
39
Alexander N. Tashev,
40
Tatiana N. Veklich,
41
Natalya V. Vlasova,
7
Wei Wang,
34
Polina A. Zaremba,
32,42
Elena V. Zhmud
7
& Dmitry V. Zolotov
43
1Plant Science and Biodiversity Centre, Institute of Botany, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Dúbravskácesta 9, 845 23 Bratislava, Slovak
Republic
2Department of Botany, Charles University, Benátská2, 128 01 Praha, Czech Republic
3Laboratório de Sistemática Integrativa, Departamento de Biologia, Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco, 52171-900 Recife,
Pernambuco, Brazil
4Van Yuzuncu Yıl University, Faculty of Architecture and Design, Department Landscape and Architecture, Zeve Campus, 65040
Tusba/Van, Turkey
5Laboratório de Citogenética Vegetal, Instituto Nacional do Semiárido INSA, Campina Grande, Paraíba, Brazil
6All-Russian Research Institute for Agricultural Microbiology, Podbelsky Rte. 3, Pushkin 81, 96608 St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
7Central Siberian Botanical Garden of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Zolotodolinskaya Str. 101, 630090
Novosibirsk, Russian Federation
8Gazi University, Faculty of Science, Department of Biology, Ankara, Teknikokullar, 06500 Ankara, Turkey
9Institute of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Acad. G. Bonchev Str. 23, 1113 Sofia, Bulgaria
10 Instituto Multidisciplinario de Biología Vegetal (IMBIV), CONICET-UNC, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, CC 495, Córdoba
5000, Argentina
11 Facultad de Ciencias Químicas, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Haya de la Torre y Medina Allende s.n,, Córdoba 5000, Argentina
12 North-Caucasus Federal University, Pushkin Str. 1, 355017 Stavropol, Russian Federation
13 Khatlon Scientific Center, Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Tajikistan, Gulbog Street 1, 735360 Kulob City, Tajikistan
14 National Research Tomsk State University, Lenin Ave. 36, 634050 Tomsk, Russian Federation
15 Escuela Politecnica Superior de Huesca, Universidad de Zaragoza, Ctra. Cuarte km 1, Huesca, 22071, Spain
16 Karamanoğlu Mehmetbey University, Department of Plant and Animal Production, Eyran Mah. Muzaffer Tutar Cad. No:15/1, 70400
Ermenek/Karaman, Turkey
17 Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond TW9 3DS, United Kingdom
18 Plant Gateway, Hertford SG13 7BX, United Kingdom
19 Programa de Pós-Graduação em Botânica da Universidade de Brasília, Campus Darcy Ribeiro, Brasília, DF, Brazil, CEP 70910-900
20 Herbário HUEM, Departamento de Biologia, Universidade Estadual de Maringá, Maringá, Paraná, Brazil
21 Laboratório de Citogenética Vegetal, Departamento de Ciências Biológicas, Centro de Ciências Agrárias, Universidade Federal da
Paraíba, Campus II, 58.397-000 Areia, Paraíba, Brasil
22 Programa de Pós-Graduação em Biologia Vegetal, CCBS, Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso do Sul, CP 549, CEP 79070-900,
Campo Grande, MS, Brasil
All materials for the chromosome column should be submitted electronically to: Karol Marhold, karol.marhold@savba.sk. The full version of this contribution is
available in the online edition of TAXONappended to this article. The following citation format is recommended: Korobkov, A.A., Kotseruba, V.V. & Krivenko,
D.A. 2019. IAPT chromosome data 30/4. In: Marhold, K. & Kucˇera, J. (eds.) & al., IAPT chromosome data 30. Taxon 68: 882, E1E2.
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23 Herbário COR/Laboratório de Botânica, Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso do Sul, Câmpus do Pantanal, Av. Rio Branco, 1270,
CEP 79304-902, Corumbá, Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil
24 Instituto de Biologia, Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP)/Programa de Pós-Graduação em Biologia Vegetal, IB,
UNICAMP, CP 6109, CEP 13083-970, Campinas, Brazil
25 Facultad de Ciencias Exactas, Físicas y Naturales, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Av. Vélez Sarsfield 299, Córdoba 5000,
Argentina
26 Federal Research Center, N.I. Vavilov All-Russian Institute of Plant Genetic Resources (VIR), Bolshaya Morskaya Str. 4244, 190000
St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
27 V.L. Komarov Botanical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Prof. Popov Str. 2, 197376 St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
28 Department of Botany, Punjabi University Patiala, Punjab, 147002, India
29 Mountain Botanical Garden of the Dagestan Federal Research Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences, M. Gadzhiev Str. 45,
367000 Makhachkala, Russian Federation
30 Guru Teg Bahadur Khalsa College for Women, Dasuya, Hoshiarpur, 144205, India
31 International Higher School of Medicine, Intergelpo Str. 1F, 720054 Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
32 Siberian Institute of Plant Physiology & Biochemistry of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Lermontov Str. 132,
664033 Irkutsk, Russian Federation
33 Katanov Khakass State University, Lenin Ave. 90, Abakan 655017, Russian Federation
34 State Key Laboratory of Systematic and Evolutionary Botany, Institute of Botany of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Nanxincun
20, Xiangshan, 100093 Beijing, China
35 Hortobágy National Park, 4024 Debrecen, Sumen u. 2., Hungary
36 Caspian Institute of Biological Resources of the Dagestan Federal Research Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences, M. Gadzhiev
Str. 45, 367000 Makhachkala, Russian Federation
37 Universidade Federal do Ceará, Departamento de Fitotecnia, Campus do Pici, Fortaleza, CE, Brazil, CEP 60356-000
38 Department of Population Genetics, N.I. Vavilov Institute of General Genetics, Russian Academy of Sciences, 3 Gubkina Str, 119991
Moscow GSP-1, Russian Federation
39 Altai State University, South-Siberian Botanical Garden, pr. Lenina 61, Barnaul, 656049, Russian Federation
40 Department of Dendrology, University of Forestry, Sveti Kliment Ohridski Blvd. 10, 1797 Sofia, Bulgaria
41 Amur Branch of Botanical Garden-Institute FEB RAS, Ignatievskoe Road, 2 km, 675000 Blagoveshchensk, Russian Federation
42 Irkutsk State University, Karl Marx Str. 1, 664003 Irkutsk, Russian Federation
43 Institute for Water and Environmental Problems, Siberian Branch of the Russian Akademy of Sciences, Molodezhnaya st. 1, 656038,
Barnaul, Russian Federation
Author information KM, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7658-0844; JK, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9983-7630; JA, https://orcid.
org/0000-0003-4741-1723; LIFA, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4182-911X; S¸A, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9552-4848; EEA,
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5204-262X; AYuA, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5253-0842; ZA, https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3244-
3183; STB, https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7365-9971; GEB, https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1085-036X; FRCB, https://orcid.org/
0000-0003-3868-1131; DPB, https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6618-3223; VNB, https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7001-4836; MB, https://
orcid.org/0000-0001-7044-8589; MTB, https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9615-2057; PC, https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7793-5259;
ÖÇ, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1315-9876; MWC, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9927-4938; VAC , https://orcid.org/0000-0003-
1502-7006; MJMC, https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1398-8743; ADdS, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9177-9384; GAD, https://orcid.
org/0000-0002-1458-2705; CSMD, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3580-9593; VMD, https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6344-7588;
TVE, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3979-6259; AES, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4844-0254; MAF, https://orcid.org/0000-0003-
3235-5247; LPF, https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9202-9828; ERF-M, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8889-4955; MAG, https://orcid.
org/0000-0001-6126-6660; AAG, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5264-5594; AVG, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4067-040X; ZAG,
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0355-4132; MK, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1225-7837; AAK, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7779-
3438; TVK, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8159-9267; VVK, https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1872-2223; DAK, https://orcid.org/0000-
0003-2658-1723; TVL, https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9554-9562; LL, https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8529-6805; AM, https://orcid.
org/0000-0001-7952-5990; EYuM, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8487-5714; REM, https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5890-1504;
RAM, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2895-213X; SCN, https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4998-3370; EMN, https://orcid.org/0000-
0002-8121-382X; JALN, https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0220-0746; FN, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1362-685X; NNN, https://
orcid.org/0000-0002-7096-9242; ARdOR, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0085-3113; MVO, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5363-
8791; APS, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4357-5619; TAP, https.//orcid.org/0000-0002-8258-127X; CEBP, https://orcid.org/0000-
0002-8924-2692; SVP, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4933-8083; AVR, https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1146-1622; DS, https://orcid.
org/0000-0002-0053-1333; JPSR, https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4229-8215; AVS, https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1573-478X; RdSS,
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1838-6362; JS, https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6540-5090; VKS, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7109-
7685; SVS, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1529-9346; ANT, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1979-2568; TNV, https://orcid.org/0000-
0002-1880-0108; NVV, https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8850-1245; WW, https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6901-6375; PAZ, https://orcid.
org/0000-0003-1096-6223; EVZ, https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5534-7691; DVZ, https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3782-9819
DOI https://doi.org/10.1002/tax.12638
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Andressa Dantas da Silveira,*André Rodolfo de Oliveira
Ribeiro & Carolyn E.B. Proença
*Address for correspondence: andressadantass2@gmail.com
Authors acknowledge the academic, scientific and technical
support from Programa de Pós-Graduação em Botânica da Universi-
dade de Brasília, a doctoral grant from Coordenação de Aperfeiçoa-
mento de Pessoal de Nível Superior/CAPES (finance code 001) to
the first author, and financial support from Conselho Nacional de De-
senvolvimento Científico e Tecnológico/CNPq (Project História fi-
logenética e fatores bióticos associados ao endemismo restrito em
Angiospermas do Cerrado/428673/2016-3) to the last author.
All materials CHN; vouchers in UB.
ASTERACEAE
Eremanthus veadeiroensis H.Rob., 2n= 34; Brasil, Goiás, A.D.
Silveira 49.
EUPHORBIACEAE
Manihot appanii M.J.Silva, 2n= 36; Brazil, Goiás, A.D. Silveira 81.
Manihot purpureocostata Pohl, 2n= 36; Brazil, Goiás, A.D.
Silveira 92.
FABACEAE
Mimosa venatorum Barneby, 2n= 26; Brazil, Goiás, A.D. Silveira 40.
LAMIACEAE
Oocephalus grazielae Harley, 2n= 28; Brazil, Distrito Federal, A.D.
Silveira 43.
Oocephalus niveus (Epling) Harley & J.F.B.Pastore, 2n= 28; Brazil,
Goiás, A.D. Silveira 61.
LYTHRACEAE
Cuphea cunninghamiifolia T.B.Cavalc., 2n= 16; Brazil, Goiás, A.D.
Silveira 25.
Diplusodon adpressipilus Lourteig, 2n= 30; Brazil, Goiás, A.D.
Silveira 46.
Diplusodon leucocalycinus Lourteig, 2n= 30; Brazil, Goiás, A.D.
Silveira 37.
Diplusodon rosmarinifolius A.St.-Hil., 2n= 30; Brazil, Distrito Fe-
deral, A.D. Silveira 44.
MYRTACEAE
Myrcia rhodeosepala Kiaersk., 2n= 22; Brazil, Distrito Federal, A.D.
Silveira 12.
Psidium ratterianum Proença & Soares-Silva, 2n= 22; Brazil, Dis-
trito Federal, A.D. Silveira 67.
IAPT chromosome data 35/2
Tatyana V. Elisafenko,*Alexey Yu. Astashenkov,
Alexey V. Grebenjuk & Vera A. Cheryomushkina
*Address for correspondence: tveli@list.ru
The authors are thankful to curators of NS and NSK for scanning
the specimens and creating the Digital Herbarium CSBG(http://
herb.csbg.nsc.ru:8081), and Unique Scientific Unit (No. USU
440534) of the Central Siberian Botanical Garden SB RAS. The
investigation was supported by the scientific programs АААА-
А21-121011290026-9 Vegetation of North Asia: diversity, ecologi-
cal and geographical patterns of formation, and functioning of
populationsand АААА-А21-121011290025-2 Analysis of biodi-
versity, conservation and restoration of rare and resource plant spe-
cies using experimental methods.
All materials CHN. Samples of species of violets (Viola L., Vio-
laceae) reported in this communication are cultivated in the collec-
tions of the Central Siberian Botanical Garden of the SB RAS,
Novosibirsk (by T.V. Elisafenko).
LAMIACEAE
Nepeta mariae Regel, 2n= 18; Tajikistan, Sughd Province
(Sogdijskaya Oblasť), A.V. Grebenjuk & A.Yu. Astashenkov s.n.
(NSK NSK0086194).
Nepeta pseudokokanica Pojark., 2n= 36; Kyrgyzstan, Os¸ oblusu
(Oshskaya Oblasť), A.Yu. Astashenkov, V.A. Cheryomushkina &
A.V. Grebenjuk s.n. (NSK NSK0086192).
Scutellaria ocellata Juz., 2n= 18; Tajikistan, Sughd Province
(Sogdijskaya Oblasť), V.A. Cheryomushkina, A.V. Grebenjuk &
A. Yu. Astashenkov s.n. (NSK NSK0086193).
PLANTAGINACEAE
Veronica officinalis L., 2n= 18; Russian Federation, Irkutskaya
Oblasť,T.V. Elisafenko s.n. (NSK NSK0086185).
ROSACEAE
Coluria geoides (Pall.) Ledeb., 2n= 12, 14; Russian Federation,
Republic of Altai, T.V. Elisafenko s.n. (NSK NSK0086183).
VIOLACEAE
Viola acuminata Ledeb., 2n= 40; Russian Federation, Chitinskaya
Oblasť,T.V. Elisafenko s.n. (NSK NSK0086186).
Viola collina Besser, 2n= 20; Russian Federation, Altaiskii Krai, T.V.
Elisafenko s.n. (NSK NSK0086189), T.V. Elisafenko s.n. (NSK
NSK0086188), T.V. Elisafenko s.n. (NSK NSK0086187); Russian
Federation, Primorskii Krai, T.V. Elisafenko s.n. (NSK
NSK0086190).
Viola dactyloides Schult., 2n= 24; Russian Federation, Republic of
Buryatia, T.V. Elisafenko s.n. (NSK NSK0086191), T.V. Elisafenko
s.n. (NSK NSK0086184).
Viola taynensis Elisafenko & Ovczinnikova, 2n= 20; Russian Feder-
ation, Altaiskii Krai, T.V. Elisafenko s.n. (NSK NSK0000653).
IAPT chromosome data 35/3
Andrey S. Erst,*Elizaveta Yu. Mitrenina, Tatiana V. Leonova,
Alexander N. Tashev, Svetlana T. Bancheva, Tatiana N. Veklich,
Attila Mesterházy, Zeki Aytaç, Ömer Çeçen, S¸evket Alp,
Sergei V. Smirnov, Dmitry V. Zolotov, Mariyo Boboev, Lian Lian
& Wei Wang
*Address for correspondence: erst_andrew@yahoo.com
The study was financially supported by the Russian Foundation
for Basic Research (RFBR), research project No. 20-54-53008 to
A. Erst and E. Yu. Mitrenina (chromosome counts); National Natural
Science Foundation of China No. 32011530072 to W. Wang (observa-
tions of the herbarium material); State Assignment of the Institute for
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Water and Environmental Problems of the Siberian Branch of the
Russian Academy of Sciences No. 0306-2021-0007, RFBR grant
No. 19-05-50055-Microworld to D.V. Zolotov (field work in Altai
Krai); the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian
Federation, project No. FZMW-2020-0003 (collection of samples of
Adonis); National Research Fund of Bulgaria, No. DN01/7
16.12.2016 (field work in Bulgaria); and Project of the Botanical
Garden-Institute FEB RAS No.АААА-А20-120031990009-4.
All materials CHN; vouchers in NS.
LILIACEAE
Tulipa cinnabarina K.Perss., 2n= 24; Turkey, Konya Province, A.S.
Erst, T.V. Erst, O. Çeçen & Z. Aytaç TU-2021-4.
PAPAVERACEAE
Corydalis bracteata (Stephan ex Willd.) Pers., 2n= 16; Russian Fed-
eration, Khakassia Republic, T.V. Leonova HAK-2020-19.
PRIMULACEAE
Cyclamen cilicium Boiss. & Heldr., 2n= 30; Turkey, Antalya Prov-
ince, A.S. Erst, T.V. Erst & Z. Aytaç TU-2021-13.
Cyclamen coum Mill., 2n= 30; Turkey, Bolu Province, A.S. Erst,
T.V. Erst & Z. Aytaç TU-2021-1.
RANUNCULACEAE
Aconitum anthoroideum DC., 2n= 16; Russian Federation,
Krasnoyarskii Krai, T.V. Leonova HAK-2020-34.
Aconitum septentrionale Koelle, 2n= 16; Russian Federation,
Krasnoyarskii Krai, T.V. Leonova HAK-2020-29,T.V. Leonova
HAK-2020-27.
Adonis vernalis L., 2n= 16; Bulgaria, A.N. Tashev & S.T. Bancheva
BU-2021-13,A.N. Tashev & S.T. Bancheva BU-2021-15; Russian
Federation, Altaiskii Krai, 17 May 2020, S.V. Smirnov & D.-
V. Zolotov s.n.; Russian Federation, Novosibirskaya Oblasť,
07 May 2020, A.S. Erst & T.V. Erst s.n.; Russian Federation, Kha-
kassia Republic, T.V. Leonova HAK-2020-15.
Adonis volgensis Steven ex DC., 2n= 16; Bulgaria, A.N. Tashev &
S.T. Bancheva BU-2021-05; Russian Federation, Altaiskii Krai,
S.V. Smirnov & D.V. Zolotov 3-2020; Russian Federation,
Altaiskii Krai, 17 May 2020, S.V. Smirnov & D.V. Zolotov s.n.
Anemone altaica Fisch. ex C.A.Mey., 2n= 32; Russian Federation,
Khakassia Republic, T.V. Leonova HAK-2020-18.
Anemone amurensis (Korsh.) Kom., 2n= 48; Russian Federation,
Amurskaya Oblasť, 06 May 2020, T.N. Veklich s.n., 08 May 2021,
T.N. Veklich s.n.
Anemone pavonina Lam., 2n= 16; Bulgaria, A.N. Tashev & S.T.
Bancheva BU-2021-03.
Anemone raddeana Regel, 2n= 40; Russian Federation, Sakhalins-
kaya Oblasť, 19 Apr 2020, M.G. Ivanchikova s.n.
Anemone ranunculoides L., 2n= 32; Bulgaria, A.N. Tashev & S.T.
Bancheva BU-2021-09.
Anemone sylvestris L., 2n= 16; Russian Federation, Altai Republic,
A.S. Erst, T.V. Erst & E.V. Boltenkov 2020-09; Russian Federation,
Khakassia Republic, T.V. Leonova HAK-2020-13; Russian Feder-
ation, Khakassia Republic, T.V. Leonova HAK-2020-8;RussianFe-
deration, Khakassia Republic, T.V. Leonova HAK-2020-10; Russian
Federation, Khakassia Republic, T.V. Leonova HAK-2020-11;
Russian Federation, Amurskaya Oblasť, 31 May 2020, T.N. Veklich s.n.
Delphinium elatum L., 2n= 16; Russian Federation, Krasnoyarskii
Krai, T.V. Leonova HAK-2020-35.
Delphinium grandiflorum L., 2n= 16; Russian Federation, Kras-
noyarskii Krai, T.V. Leonova HAK-2020-32.
Eranthis cilicica Schott & Kotschy, 2n= 24; Turkey, Hakkâri Prov-
ince, A.S. Erst, T.V. Erst, S¸. Alp TU-2021-19.
Eranthis hyemalis (L.) Salisb., 2n= 16; Hungary, A. Mesterházy HU-
2020-1 (NS), A. Mesterházy HU-2020-2.
Halerpestes salsuginosa Greene, 2n= 48; Russian Federation, Altai
Republic, A.S. Erst, T.V. Erst & E.V. Boltenkov 2020-27 (NS);
Russian Federation, Khakassia Republic, T.V. Leonova HAK-
2020-25.
Halerpestes sarmentosa (Adams) Kom., 2n= 16; Russian Federa-
tion, Altai Republic, A.S. Erst, T.V. Erst & E.V. Boltenkov
2020-11,A.S. Erst, T.V. Erst & E.V. Boltenkov 2020-30.
Pulsatilla cernua (Thunb.) Bercht. & J.Presl, 2n= 16; Russian Fed-
eration, Amurskaya Oblasť, 01 May 2020, T.N. Veklich s.n.
Pulsatilla dahurica (Fisch. ex DC.) Spreng., 2n= 16; Russian Feder-
ation, Amurskaya Oblasť, 06 May 2020, T.N. Veklich s.n.
Pulsatilla flavescens (Zucc.) Juz., 2n= 16; Russian Federation, No-
vosibirskaya Oblasť, 07 May 2020, A.S. Erst & T.V. Erst s.n.
Pulsatilla multifida (E.Pritz.) Juz., 2n= 16; Russian Federation,
Amurskaya Oblasť, 07 May 2020, T.N. Veklich s.n.; Russian
Federation, Altai Republic, A.S. Erst, T.V. Erst & E.V. Boltenkov
2020-10,A.S. Erst, T.V. Erst & E.V. Boltenkov 2020-34; Russian
Federation, Khakassia Republic, T.V. Leonova HAK-2020-6;
Russian Federation, Krasnoyarskii Krai, T.V. Leonova HAK-
2020-1.
Pulsatilla turczaninovii Krylov & Serg., 2n= 16; Russian Federation,
Altai Republic, A.S. Erst, T.V. Erst & E.V. Boltenkov 2020-34;
Russian Federation, Altai Republic, A.S. Erst, T.V. Erst &
E.V. Boltenkov 2020-37; Russian Federation, Amurskaya Oblasť,
27 Apr 2020, T.N. Veklich s.n.
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Alexander A. Gnutikov,*Nikolai N. Nosov &
Alexander V. Rodionov
*Address for correspondence: a.gnutikov@vir.nw.ru
The study was carried out within the framework of State Assign-
ment No. 0662-2019-0006, as well as State Assignment No. АААА-
А18-118040290161-3 on the theme Karyological and molecular phy-
logenetic study of the divergence of taxa of flowering plantsand a
grant from St. Petersburg University PURE ID 60256916.
All materials CHN; collectors: AG = A.A. Gnutikov, RU = R.A.
Ufimov; vouchers in LE.
POACEAE
Agrostis clavata Trin., 2n= 42; Russian Federation, Krasnodarskii
Krai, AG & RU Kr10-2.
Agrostis stolonifera L., 2n= 28; Russian Federation, Krasnodarskii
Krai, AG & RU Kr14-2.
Alopecurus pratensis L., 2n= 28; Russian Federation, Stavropolskii
Krai, AG & RU Stp11-3.
Brachypodium pubescens (Peterm.) Mussajev, 2n= 18; Russian Fed-
eration, Krasnodarskii Krai, AG & RU Kr14-1.
Brachypodium sylvaticum (Huds.) P.Beauv., 2n= 18; Russian Feder-
ation, Krasnodarskii Krai, AG & RU Kr10-1.
Bromus japonicus Houtt., 2n= 14; Russian Federation, Stavropolskii
Krai, AG & RU Stp11-1.
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Calamagrostis glomerata Boiss. & Buhse, 2n= 28; Russian Federa-
tion, Krasnodarskii Krai, RU Kr10-3.
Dactylis glomerata L., 2n= 28; Russian Federation, Krasnodarskii
Krai, AG & RU Kr14-3.
Dactylis polygama Horv., 2n= 14; Russian Federation, Krasnodars-
kii Krai, AG & RU Kr14-4.
Elytrigia elongatiformis (Drobow) Nevski, 2n= 42; Russian Federa-
tion, Krasnodarskii Krai, AG & RU Kr14-5.
Eriochloa procera (Retz.) C.E.Hubb. s.l., 2n= 36; Russian Federa-
tion, Krasnodarskii Krai, AG & RU Kr10-4.
Melica picta K.Koch, 2n= 18; Russian Federation, Stavropolskii
Krai, AG & RU Stp11-2.
Panicum virgatum L., 2n= 36; Russian Federation, Krasnodarskii
Krai, AG & RU Kr14-6.
Phleum montanum K.Koch, 2n= 14; Russian Federation, Stavro-
polskii Krai, AG & RU Stp11-4.
Phleum paniculatum Huds., 2n= 28; Russian Federation, Krasno-
darskii Krai, AG & RU Kr10-5.
Phleum pratense L., 2n= 42; Russian Federation, Krasnodarskii
Krai, AG & RU Kr14-7.
Phleum tzvelevii Dubovik, 2n= 28; Russian Federation, Krasnodars-
kii Krai, AG & RU Kr10-6.
Poa compressa L., 2n= 42; Russian Federation, Krasnodarskii Krai,
AG & RU Kr14-8.
Psathyrostachys juncea (Fisch.) Nevski, 2n= 14; Russian Federa-
tion, Krasnodarskii Krai, AG & RU Kr14-9.
Schedonorus giganteus (L.) Holub, 2n= 42; Russian Federation,
Krasnodarskii Krai, AG & RU Kr10-7.
IAPT chromosome data 35/5
Maninder Kaur*, Jaswant Singh & Vijay Kumar Singhal
*Address for correspondence: maninderdhot84@gmail.com
The study was financially supported by UGC, New Delhi under
DRS, SAP-I, II, III and DSA-I, II schemes, and by DBT, New Delhi
under IPLS project (BT/PR4548/INF/22/146/2012) to Department of
Botany, and financial assistance with UGC-MANF fellowship to
Maninder Kaur (Award letter no. F1-17.1/2011/MANF-SIK-HAR-
4278/SA-III/Website) and UGC-BSR-Fellowship to Jaswant Singh
(Award letter no. 15610/Research/03/06/2015).
All materials CHN; collectors: JS = Jaswant Singh,MK =
Maninder Kaur; vouchers in PUN.
BALSAMINACEAE
Impatiens micranthemum Edgew., n=9; India, Himachal Pradesh,
MK 31892.
Impatiens puberula DC., n=10; India, Himachal Pradesh, MK 31640.
BERBERIDACEAE
Berberis koehneana C.K.Schneid., n=14; India, Himachal Pradesh,
MK 32251.
CARYOPHYLLACEAE
Silene gallica L., n= 12; India, Himachal Pradesh, MK 29453.
CUCURBITACEAE
Herpetospermum pedunculosum (Ser.) C.B.Clarke (= H. caudigerum
Wall. ex Chakrav.), n=10; India, Himachal Pradesh, MK 31896.
HYPERICACEAE
Hypericum himalaicum N.Robson, n=9; India, Himachal Pradesh,
MK 32270.
MAZACEAE
Mazus surculosus D.Don, n=20; India, Himachal Pradesh, MK
31674.
ONAGRACEAE
Circaea alpina L., n=24; India, Himachal Pradesh, MK 31620.
Oenothera rosea L.Hér ex Aiton, n=14; India, Himachal Pradesh,
MK 32274.
POACEAE
Elymus himalayanus (Nevski) Tzvelev, n=21; India, Uttarakhand,
JS 33912.
Elymus nutans Griseb., n=21; India, Uttarakhand, JS 33923.
Elymus semicostatus (Nees ex Steud.) Melderis, n=14; India,
Uttarakhand, JS 33909.
Melica scaberrima (Steud.) Hook.f., n= 9; India, Uttarakhand, JS
33917.
Phacelurus speciosus (Steud.) C.E.Hubb., n=20; India, Uttarakhand,
JS 33903.n= 30; India, Uttarakhand, JS 33932.
ROSACEAE
Filipendula vestita (Wall. ex G.Don) Maxim., n=14; India,
Himachal Pradesh, MK 32220.
Geum rivale L., n=21; India, Himachal Pradesh, MK 29471.
Potentilla sericea var. polychista (Boiss) Lehm., n=42; India,
Himachal Pradesh, MK 32213.
URTICACEAE
Urtica dioica L., n=13; India, Himachal Pradesh, MK 32291.
IAPT chromosome data 35/6
Navjot Kaur*& Raghbir Chand Gupta
*Address for correspondence: navjot21188@gmail.com
The study is supported by a financial grant under DRS SAP I,
SAP II and SAP III of UGC; UGC-BSR Indira Gandhi Single Girl
Child Fellowship (Award letter no. F7-152/2007 BSR, dated
16/12/2013) to Navjot Kaur and IPLS-DBT project (Project
no. BT/PR-4548/INF/22/146/2012) sanctioned to Punjabi Univer-
sity, Patiala for using the facilities and financial support of this
study.
All materials CHN; collected in India; collector: NK = Navjot
Kaur; vouchers in PUN.
POACEAE
Apluda blatteri Sur, n= 10; NK 33806.
Aristida funiculata Trin. & Rupr., n= 22; NK 31991.
Cenchrus rajasthanensis K.C.Kanodia & P.C.Nanda, n= 18; NK 33828.
Digitaria abludens (Roem. & Schult) Veldk. (= D. granularis (Trin.
ex Spreng.) Henrard), n=9;NK 31960.
Echinochloa frumentacea Link, n=9;NK 33854.
Panicum antidotale Retz., n= 16; NK 33805.
Pennisetum pedicellatum subsp. unispiculum Brunken, n= 18; NK
31910.
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Setaria italica (L.) P.Beauv., n= 18; NK 33860.
Sporobolus helvolus (Trin.) T.Durand & Schinz, n= 12; NK 33868.
IAPT chromosome data 35/7
Denis A. Krivenko,*Ramazan A. Murtazaliev, Aleksandr A.
Korobkov, Polina A. Zaremba, Violetta V. Kotseruba,
Viktor N. Belous, Elena V. Zhmud, Ziyarat A. Guseynova,
Tatiana V. Kostritsyna, Natalya V. Vlasova,
Evgeny E. Andronov & Vladimir M. Doronkin
*Address for correspondence: krivenko.irk@gmail.com
The reported study was funded by Russian Science Foundation for
Basic Research according to the research project No. 19-04-00658 and
was carried out in the framework of the institutional research projects of
the Komarov Botanical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences
(AAAA-A18-118040290161-3, АААА-А19-119031290052-1). The
results based on material from the Baikal Region were obtained with
the support of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the
Russian Federation, project No. 075-15-2020-787.
All materials CHN.
ASTERACEAE (COMPOSITAE)
Achillea alpina L. (Ptarmica alpina (L.) DC.), 2n= 36; Russian
Federation, Primorskii Krai, V.V. Kotseruba & M.O. Burlyayeva
2014-114 (LE), V.V. Kotseruba & M.O. Burlyaeva 2014-115 (LE).
Arctogeron gramineum (L.) DC., 2n= 18; Mongolia, Khovsgol
Aimag, N.V. Vlasova 52938 (IRK, NSK).
Artemisia anethifolia Weber ex Stechm., 2n= 18; Russian Federa-
tion, Republic of Buryatia, M.N. Lomonosova 04-03 (LE). 2n=
36; Russian Federation, Republic of Tyva, A.Yu. Korolyuk &
E.A. Korolyuk 2014-54 (LE).
Artemisia annua L., 2n= 18; Kyrgyzstan, T.V. Kostritsyna
2020-15 (LE).
Artemisia arenaria DC., 2n= ca. 28; Russian Federation, Stavropols-
kii Krai, A.I. Krupkina & V.V. Shvanova 2015-03 (LE).
Artemisia argyrophylla Ledeb., 2n= 18, 36; Russian Federation,
Republic of Altai, A.A. Gnutikov 2013-55 (LE). 2n= 27; Russian
Federation, Republic of Altai, A.A. Gnutikov 2013-65 (LE).
Artemisia caespitosa Ledeb., 2n= 18; Russian Federation, Republic
of Tyva, A.Yu. Korolyuk & E.A. Korolyuk 2014-55 (LE).
Artemisia campestris L., 2n= 36; Russian Federation, Saint Peters-
burg city, A.A. Korobkov 2020-04 (LE).
Artemisia campestris subsp. borealis (Pall.) H.M.Hall & Clem. (
A.borealis Pall.), 2n= 36; Russian Federation, Republic of Sakha
(Yakutia), T.M. Korolova 2013-19 (LE).
Artemisia czekanowskiana Trautv., 2n= 54; Russian Federation, Re-
public of Sakha (Yakutia), T.M. Korolova 2013-18 (LE). 2n= 72;
Russian Federation, Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), T.M. Korolova
2013-18 (LE).
Artemisia depauperata Krasch. (= A. pycnorrhiza Ledeb.), 2n= 36; Rus-
sian Federation, Republic of Altai, D.G. Melnikov & G.A. Tyusov
2020-06 (LE), D.G. Melnikov & G.A. Tyusov 2020-07 (LE).
Artemisia gmelinii Weber ex Stechm., 2n= ca. 34; Russian Federa-
tion, Altaiskii Krai, A.A. Korobkov 99-214 (LE).
Artemisia halodendron Turcz. ex Besser, 2n= 36; Mongolia, Dornod
Aimag, A.A. Korobkov 09-62 (LE).
Artemisia macrocephala Jacquem. ex Besser, 2n= 18; Kyrgyzstan,
T.V. Kostritsyna 2020-17 (LE).
Artemisia marschalliana Spreng., 2n= 36; Russian Federation, Re-
public of Altai, A.A. Korobkov 2014-100 (LE).
Artemisia nitrosa Weber ex Stechm., 2n= 36; Russian Federation,
Saratovskaya Oblasť,A.A. Korobkov 09-25 (LE), A.A. Korobkov
09-63 (LE).
Artemisia obtusiloba Ledeb., 2n= 18; Russian Federation, Republic
of Altai, A.A. Korobkov 99-217 (LE). 2n= 36; Russian Federation,
Republic of Tyva, A.A. Korobkov 04-131 (LE), A.A. Korobkov
04-132 (LE).
Artemisia phaeolepis Krasch., 2n= 36; Russian Federation, Republic
of Altai, D.G. Melnikov & G.A. Tyusov 2020-08 (LE).
Artemisia pontica L., 2n= 36, 54; Russian Federation, Altaiskii Krai,
A.A. Korobkov 2014-107 (LE).
Artemisia pubescens var. monostachya (Bunge ex Maxim.) Y.R.Ling
(A. monostachya Bunge ex Maxim.). 2n= 36; Russian Federa-
tion, Zabaikalskii Krai, O.M. Afonina 2012-93 (LE), O.M. Afonina
2012-94 (LE).
Artemisia rupestris subsp. viridis (Willd. ex DC.) V.P.Ameljczenko
(A. viridis Willd. ex DC.), 2n= 18; Kyrgyzstan, T.V. Kostritsyna
2020-14 (LE).
Artemisia rutifolia Steph. ex Spreng., 2n= 18; Kyrgyzstan, T.V. Kos-
tritsyna 2020-10 (LE).
Artemisia scoparia Waldst. & Kit., 2n= 16; Peoples Republic of China,
Province Jilin, V.V. Kotseruba & M.O. Burlyaeva 2014-37 (LE).
Artemisia sieversiana Ehrh. ex Willd., 2n= 18; Kyrgyzstan, T.V. Kos-
tritsyna 2020-13 (LE).
Artemisia stolonifera (Maxim.) Kom. (= A. argyi H.Lév. & Vaniot),
2n= 36; Russian Federation, Khabarovskii Krai, A.A. Korobkov
05-13 (LE), A.A. Korobkov 05-148 (LE), A.A. Korobkov 05-
149 (LE).
Artemisia subulata Nakai, 2n= 18; Russian Federation, Amurskaya
Oblasť,A.A. Korobkov 07-187 (LE).
Artemisia tournefortiana Rchb., 2n= 18; Russian Federation, Voro-
nezhskaya Oblasť,V. Agofonov 2020-01 (LE).
Artemisia vulgaris L., 2n= 16; Kyrgyzstan, T.V. Kostritsyna 2020-11
(LE), T.V. Kostritsyna 2020-12 (LE); Russian Federation, Kaliningrads-
kaya Oblasť,E.B. Portenier 2020-03 (LE), E.B. Portenier 2020-12 (LE).
Dendranthema mongolicum (Ling) Tzvelev (= Chrysanthemum za-
wadzkii subsp. peleiolepis (Trautv.) Zuev), 2n= 36; Russian Feder-
ation, Sakhalinskaya Oblasť,D.A. Krivenko 2016-122 (LE).
CARYOPHYLLACEAE
Sabulina stricta (Sw.) Rchb., 2n= 30; Mongolia, Khovsgol Aimag,
N.V. Vlasova 52932 (IRK, NSK).
FABACEAE (LEGUMINOSAE)
Astragalus apricus Bunge (= A. polyphyllus Bunge), 2n= 16;
Russian Federation, Republic of Dagestan, 05 Aug 2017, R.A.
Murtazaliev s.n. (DAG).
Astragalus beckerianus Trautv., 2n= 32; Russian Federation, Repub-
lic of Dagestan, 05 Aug 2017, R.A. Murtazaliev s.n. (DAG).
Astragalus brachycarpus M.Bieb., 2n= 32; Russian Federation,
Stavropolskii Krai, 23 Jul 2018, V.N. Belous s.n. (SPI).
Astragalus buchtormensis Pall. (= A. henningii (Steven) Boriss.),
2n= 16; Russian Federation, Stavropolskii Krai, 10 May 2015,
V.N. Belous s.n. (SPI), 24 May 2015, V.N. Belous s.n. (SPI).
Astragalus calycinus M.Bieb., 2n= 16; Russian Federation, Stavro-
polskii Krai, 23 Jul 2018, V.N. Belous s.n. (SPI).
Astragalus captiosus Boriss. (= A. interpositus Boriss.), 2n=16+
2B; Russian Federation, Republic of Dagestan, Z.A. Guseynova
61063 (IRK).
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Astragalus dolichophyllus Pall., 2n= 32; Russian Federation,
Republic of Dagestan, R.A. Murtazaliev 62494 (IRK).
Astragalus guttatus Banks & Sol., 2n= 16; Russian Federation, Stav-
ropolskii Krai, 24 May 2015, V.N. Belous s.n. (SPI). 2n=16+0
2B; Russian Federation, Republic of Dagestan, R.A. Murtazaliev
62503 (IRK).
Astragalus incertus Ledeb., 2n= 32; Russian Federation, Republic of
Dagestan, R.A. Murtazaliev 63656 (IRK).
Astragalus kazbeki Kharadze, 2n= 16; Russian Federation, Republic
of Ingushetia, 18 Jun 2014, V.N. Belous s.n. (SPI).
Astragalus lehmannianus Bunge, 2n= 16; Russian Federation,
Republic of Dagestan, D.A. Krivenko & R.A. Murtazaliev
59087 (IRK).
Astragalus onobrychis L., 2n= 16; Russian Federation, Altaiskii
Krai, E.V. Zhmud 16673 (IRK).
Astragalus physodes L., 2n=16+02B; Russian Federation, Stavro-
polskii Krai, 24 May 2015, V.N. Belous s.n. (SPI).
Astragalus pseudotataricus Boriss., 2n= 64; Russian Federation,
Stavropolskii Krai, 23 Jul 2018, V.N. Belous s.n. (SPI).
Astragalus sanguinolentus M.Bieb., 2n= 16; Russian Federation,
Republic of Dagestan, R.A. Murtazaliev 62498 (IRK).
Astragalus somcheticus K.Koch, 2n= 16; Russian Federation, Re-
public of Dagestan, 05 Jul 2012, R.A. Murtazaliev s.n. (DAG, LE)
Astragalus sytinii Belous & Laktionov, 2n= 64; Russian Federation,
Stavropolskii Krai, 24 May 2015, V.N. Belous s.n. (SPI).
Astragalus testiculatus Pall., 2n= 16; Russian Federation, Republic
of Altai, E.V. Zhmud 21096 (IRK).
Cicer minutum Boiss. & Hohen., 2n= 16; Russian Federation, Re-
public of Dagestan, 05 Aug 2017, R.A. Murtazaliev s.n. (DAG).
Coronilla securidaca L. (Securigera securidaca (L.) Degen
& Dörfl.), 2n= 12; Russian Federation, Republic of Dagestan,
R.A. Murtazaliev 62506 (IRK).
Eremosparton aphyllum (Pall.) Fisch. & C.A.Mey., 2n= 16; Russian
Federation, Republic of Dagestan, D.A. Krivenko & R.A.
Murtazaliev 62071 (IRK).
Hedysarum theinum Krasnob., 2n= 14; Russian Federation, Repub-
lic of Altai, E.V. Zhmud 21089 (IRK).
Lathyrus komarovii Ohwi, 2n= 14; Russian Federation, Primorskii
Krai, V.V. Kotseruba & E.V. Vrzosek 52180 (IRK).
Lathyrus oleraceus Lam. (= Pisum elatius M.Bieb.), 2n= 14; Russian
Federation, Republic of Dagestan, R.A. Murtazaliev 62510 (IRK).
Lathyrus sphaericus Retz., 2n= 14; Russian Federation, Republic of
Dagestan, R.A. Murtazaliev 62502 (IRK).
Medicago cancellata M.Bieb., 2n= 48; Russian Federation, Stavro-
polskii Krai, 30 Jun 2018, V.N. Belous s.n. (SPI).
Medicago minima (L.) Bartal., 2n= 16; Russian Federation, Republic
of Dagestan, Z.A. Guseynova 61062 (IRK).
Medicago polymorpha L., 2n= 16; Russian Federation, Republic of
Dagestan, Z.A. Guseynova 61060 (IRK).
Medicago rigidula (L.) All., 2n= 14; Russian Federation, Republic
of Dagestan, Z.A. Guseynova 61061 (IRK).
Medicago ×varia Martyn, 2n= 32; Russian Federation, Republic
of Dagestan, D.A. Krivenko & Z.A. Guseynova 63025 (IRK), D.A.
Krivenko & Z.A. Guseynova 63026 (IRK), D.A. Krivenko &
Z.A. Guseynova 63028 (IRK), D.A. Krivenko & Z.A. Guseynova
63030 (IRK).
Melilotus indicus (L.) All., 2n= 16; Russian Federation, Republic of
Dagestan, R.A. Murtazaliev 62507 (IRK).
Onobrychis bobrovii Grossh. (= O. radiata (Desf.) M.Bieb. agg.),
2n= 14; Russian Federation, Republic of Dagestan, R.A. Murtazaliev
62499 (IRK).
Onobrychis caput-galli (L.) Lam., 2n= 14; Russian Federation,
Republic of Dagestan, Z.A. Guseynova 61059 (DAG, IRK, LE).
Onobrychis majorovii Grossh., 2n= 14; Russian Federation,
Republic of Dagestan, R.A. Murtazaliev 62500 (IRK).
Onobrychis petraea (M.Bieb. ex Willd.) Fisch., 2n=14;
Russian Federation, Republic of Dagestan, R.A. Murtazaliev
62496 (IRK).
Oxytropis albana Steven, 2n= 16; Russian Federation, Republic of
Dagestan, D.A. Krivenko & Z.A. Guseynova 62748 (IRK).
Oxytropis lapponica (Wahlenb.) Gay, 2n= 16; Russian Federation,
Republic of Dagestan, R.A. Murtazaliev 62497 (IRK).
Oxytropis owerinii Bunge, 2n= 32; Russian Federation, Republic of
Dagestan, R.A. Murtazaliev 63658 (IRK).
Oxytropis pilosa (L.) DC., 2n= 16; Russian Federation, Altaiskii
Krai, E.V. Zhmud 16681 (IRK).
Trifolium lappaceum L., 2n= ca. 16; Russian Federation, Republic of
Dagestan, R.A. Murtazaliev 62508 (IRK).
Trifolium trichocephalum M.Bieb., 2n= ca. 80; Russian Federation,
Republic of Dagestan, R.A. Murtazaliev 62850 (IRK, LE, NSK).
Vavilovia formosa (Steven) Fed., 2n= 14; Russian Federation,
Republic of North Ossetia Alania, A.P. Pukhaev & K.P. Popov
45634 (IRK); Russian Federation, Republic of Dagestan, 05 Aug
2017, R.A. Murtazaliev s.n. (DAG).
Vicia alpestris Steven, 2n= 28; Russian Federation, Republic of
Dagestan, D.A. Krivenko & Z.A. Guseynova 62864 (IRK).
Vicia hirsuta (L.) Gray, 2n= 14; Russian Federation, Republic of
Dagestan, R.A. Murtazaliev 62501 (IRK).
Vicia lathyroides L., 2n= 12; Russian Federation, Republic of
Dagestan, R.A. Murtazaliev 62504 (IRK).
Vicia ramuliflora (Maxim.) Ohwi, 2n= 12; Russian Federation,
Primorskii Krai, V.V. Kotseruba & E.V. Vrzosek 52193 (IRK).
Vicia tetrasperma (L.) Schreb., 2n= 14; Russian Federation,
Republic of Dagestan, R.A. Murtazaliev 62509 (IRK).
ORCHIDACEAE
Epipactis helleborine (L.) Crantz, 2n= 40; Russian Federation,
Irkutskaya Oblasť,D.A. Krivenko & E.V. Zhmud 23517 (IRK),
D.A. Krivenko & E.V. Zhmud 27172 (IRK).
PAPAVERACEAE
Chelidonium asiaticum (Hara) Krahulc., 2n= 10; Russian Federa-
tion, Khabarovskii Krai, M.I. Vernoslova 54285 (IRK), D.A. Kri-
venko 51277 (IRK); Russian Federation, Primorskii Krai, D.A.
Krivenko 33289 (IRK), D.A. Krivenko 51295 (IRK), V.V. Kotseruba
51282 (IRK).
Chelidonium majus L., 2n= 12; Armenia, D.A. Krivenko & al. 58919
(IRK); Bulgaria, E.V. Zhmud 64217-7 (IRK), E.V. Zhmud 64217-8
(IRK), E.V. Zhmud 64217-9 (IRK); Czech Republic, E.V. Zhmud
64245-1 (IRK), E.V. Zhmud 64245-2 (IRK), E.V. Zhmud 64245-3
(IRK), E.V. Zhmud 64245-4 (IRK), E.V. Zhmud 64245-5 (IRK),
E.V. Zhmud 64246-6 (IRK), E.V. Zhmud 64246-7 (IRK), E.V.
Zhmud 64246-8 (IRK), E.V. Zhmud 64246-9 (IRK); Georgia, D.A.
Krivenko & al. 58920 (IRK), D.A. Krivenko & al. 58922 (IRK),
D.A. Krivenko & al. 58924 (IRK), D.A. Krivenko & al. 58927
(IRK); Kazakhstan, Pavlodarskaya Oblasť,D.A. Krivenko 33299
(IRK); Russian Federation, Altaiskii Krai, D.A. Krivenko 51410
(IRK); Russian Federation, Kemerovskaya Oblasť,D.A. Krivenko
51135 (IRK); Russian Federation, Moskovskaya Oblasť,M.V. Kos-
tina 51252 (IRK); Russian Federation, Novosibirskaya Oblasť,D.A.
Krivenko 51289 (IRK), D.A. Krivenko 51294 (IRK); Russian
Federation, Republic of Altai, N.K. Kovtonyuk & al. 31389 (IRK,
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NSK), D.A. Krivenko 33409 (IRK); Russian Federation, Republic
of Dagestan, N. Nuradinova 58830 (IRK); Russian Federation, Sa-
ratovskaya Oblasť,M.V. Kostina 51253 (IRK), M.V. Kostina 51254
(IRK), M.V. Kostina 51250 (IRK), M.V. Kostina 52281 (IRK);
Russian Federation, Sverdlovskaya Oblasť,O.S. Dymshakova
33414 (IRK), O.S. Dymshakova 33415 (IRK), O.S. Dymshakova
33416 (IRK); Russian Federation, Tambovskaya Oblasť,M.O. Bur-
lyaeva 52296 (IRK); Russian Federation, Tomskaya Oblasť,D.A.
Krivenko 51269 (IRK); Slovak Republic, Yu.K. Vinogradova
51258 (IRK).
PRIMULACEAE
Androsace fedtschenkoi Ovcz., 2n= 20; Mongolia, Khovsgol Aimag,
N.V. Vlasova 52927 (IRK, NSK).
Androsace septentrionalis L., 2n= 20; Mongolia, Arkhangai Aimag,
N.V. Vlasova 52942 (IRK, NSK).
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Rita E. Morero,*Melisa A. Giorgis & Gloria E. Barboza
*Address for correspondence: rita.morero@unc.edu.ar
This study was funded by Secyt-UNC (FCQ), Res. 203/14
(GB and REM). The authors thank Dr. Javier Puntieri and Félix
Vidoz for providing fresh and preserved material. In addition, we
thank Dr. Alejandra Trenchi and Biologist Adriana Pérez for assist-
ing with microphotographs and laboratory techniques, respectively.
All materials CHN; vouchers in CORD.
DRYOPTERIDACEAE
Polystichum andinum Phil., n= 82, x= 41; Argentina, Chubut,
Morero 380.
Polystichum chilense (Christ) Diels, n= 82, x= 41; Argentina,
Neuquén, Morero 391.
Polystichum montevidense (Spreng.) Rosenst., n= 41, x= 41;
Argentina, Tucumán, Morero 349.
Polystichum multifidum (Mett.) T.Moore, n= 82, x= 41; Argentina,
Neuquén, Morero 306.
Polystichum platyphyllum (Willd.) C.Presl, n= 41, x= 41; Argentina,
Tucumán, Morero 352.
Polystichum plicatum (Poepp. ex Kunze) Hicken ex Hosseus, n= 82,
x= 41; Argentina, Neuquén, Morero 387.
Polystichum pycnolepis (Kunze ex Klotzsch) Hieron., n= 41, x= 41;
Argentina, Córdoba, Morero & C-X Li 427.
Polystichum tetragonum Fée, n= 82, x= 41; Chile, Archipiélago de
Juan Fernández, Isla Robinson Crusoe, Morero 323.
IAPT chromosome data 35/9
José Achilles L. Neves,*Lânia I.F. Alves, Greta A. Dettke,
Enoque M. Neto, Fabiane R.C. Batista, Maarten J.M.
Christenhusz, Mark W. Chase & Leonardo P. Felix
*Address for correspondence: achilleslneves@yahoo.com.br
This study was supported by CAPES (Coordenaçãode
Aperfeiçoamento de Pessoal de Nível Superior), UFPB
(Universidade Federal da Paraíba) and INSA (Instituto Nacional
do Semiárido).
All materials CHN.
LORANTHACEAE
Amyema congener (Schult. & Schult.f.) Tiegh., 2n= 18; Australia,
Queensland, M.J.M. Christenhusz 7353 (EAN).
Amyema miquelii (Lehm. ex Miq.) Tiegh., 2n= 18; Australia,
Queensland, M.J.M. Christenhusz 7363 (EAN).
Dendrophthoe vitellina (F.Muell.) Tiegh., 2n= 18; Australia,
Queensland, M.J.M. Christenhusz 7362 (EAN).
Passovia pyrifolia (Kunth) Tiegh., 2n= 16; Brazil, Paraíba, J.A.L.
Neves 31 (EAN).
Psittacanthus cordatus (Hoffmanns.) G.Don, 2n= 16; Brazil, Bahia,
L.P. Felix 18158 (EAN).
Psittacanthus dichroos (Mart.) Mart., 2n= 16; Brazil, Bahia, L.P.
Felix 18061 (EAN).
Struthanthus flexicaulis (Mart. ex Schult.f.) Mart., 2n= 16; Brazil,
Paraíba, L.P. Felix 17350 (EAN).
Struthanthus marginatus (Desr.) G.Don, 2n= 16; Brazil, Paraíba,
J.A.L. Neves 30 (EAN).
Struthanthus podopterus (Cham. & Schltdl.) G.Don, 2n= 16; Brazil,
Sergipe, L.P. Felix 18045 (EAN).
Struthanthus thyrsiflorus (Cham. & Schltdl.) Kuijt, 2n= 16; Brazil,
Bahia, Morro do Chapéu, L.P. Felix 18140 (EAN). 2n= 28;
Brazil, Sergipe, L.P. Felix 18049 (EAN).
SANTALACEAE
Phoradendron dipterum Eichler, 2n= 16; Brazil, Sergipe, L.P. Felix
18035 (EAN).
Phoradendron obtusissimum (Miq.) Eichler, 2n= 56; Brazil, Per-
nambuco, L.P. Felix 17305 (EAN).
Phoradendron perrottetii (DC.) Eichler, 2n= 28; Brazil, Bahia, L.P.
Felix 18137 (EAN).
Phoradendron pteroneuron Eichler, 2n= 28; Brazil, Pernambuco,
L.P. Felix 17976 (EAN).
Phoradendron quadrangulare (Kunth) Griseb., n= 28; Brazil, Para-
íba, L.P. Felix 17111 (EAN).
Phoradendron strongyloclados Eichler, 2n= 28; Brazil, Paraíba L.P.
Felix 17119 (EAN).
Phoradendron tunaeforme (DC.) Eichler, n= 14; Brazil, Alagoas,
L.P. Felix 18014 (EAN).
Santalum lanceolatum R.Br, 2n= 28; Australia, Queensland, M.J.M.
Christenhusz 7366 (PG).
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Marina V. Olonova,*Svetlana V. Pulkina, Elisaveta Yu.
Mitrenina & Pilar Catalán
*Address for correspondence: olonova@list.ru
This research was carried out in the framework of the project
Dynamics of the grass ranges in the territory of Asian Russia under
changing climate conditions in the Cenozoic (examples from model
genera); the study was supported by the Russian Scientific Fund
(grant no. 19-04-00973).
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All materials CHN; collected in Pamir (Gorno-Badakhshan Au-
tonomous region, Republic of Tajikistan); collector: Marina Olonova
(all s.n.).
*indicates mixoploidy (only modal numbers are given).
POACEAE
Poa albertii Regel
2n=32*,36*(TK 16-14).
Poa relaxa Ovcz.
2n=22*,44*(TK 17-10).
2n=24, 32, 34, 36 (TK 17-50).
2n= 32 (TK 17-56).
2n=35*,42*(TK 17-23).
2n=35*,42*(TK 17-53).
2n=36*,42*(TK 16-28).
2n= 42 (TK 17-27).
2n=42, 56 (TK 17-36).
2n=56 (TK 17-46).
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Andressa Pirolla-Souza, Maria Ana Farinaccio, João Paulo
Sardin Nasário & Eliana R. Forni-Martins*
*Address for correspondence: elianafm@unicamp.br
This study was financed by the Fundação Universidade Federal
de Mato Grosso do Sul UFMS/MEC Brazil; Conselho Nacional
de Desenvolvimento Científico e Tecnológico (CNPq CASA-
DINHO/PROCAD Brasil) and Fundação de Apoio ao Desenvolvi-
mento do Ensino, Ciência e Tecnologia do Estado de Mato Grosso do
Sul (FUNDECT, Brasil).
All materials CHN.
APOCYNACEAE
Subfamily Apocynoideae
Tribe Rhabdadenieae
Rhabdadenia biflora (Jacq.) Müll.Arg., 2n= 30; Brazil, Pará,S.S.
Viana 9 (IAN 193015).
Rhabdadenia madida (Vell.) Miers, 2n= 10; Brazil, Mato Grosso do
Sul, A.P. de Souza 33 (CGMS).
Rhabdadenia ragonesei Woodson, 2n= 30; Argentina, Corrientes,
H.A. Keller & G. Morillo 12298 (CTES).
Subfamily Asclepiadoideae
Tribe Asclepiadeae
Schubertia grandiflora Mart., 2n= 22; Brazil, Mato Grosso do Sul,
M.A. Farinaccio & al. 928 (CGMS).
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Tatiana A. Poliakova*& Anna V. Shatokhina
*Address for correspondence: tat-polyakova@yandex.ru
Financial support from the Russian Fund for Basic Research
(15-04-03093 to T.A. Poliakova and 15-44-05103 to A.P. Efimova)
and from Fundamental Scientific Researches of the Russian Acad-
emy of Sciences, Genomic research and genetic polymorphism of
cells, organisms, and populations. Authors thank A.P. Efimova for
the help with collecting of plants.
All materials CHN; collectors: APE = A.P. Efimova, EVB = E.V.
Banaev, TA P = T.A. Poliakova; voucher specimens (= herbarium spec-
imens and seeds) are deposited in the Vavilov Institute of General
Genetics of RAS (VIGG), Laboratory of Population Genetics, Moscow.
ROSACEAE
Spiraea betulifolia Pall., 2n= 18; Russian Federation, Irkutskaya Ob-
lasť,TAP 10713.
Spiraea chamaedryfolia L., 2n= 36; Russian Federation, Novosibirsk,
EVB 30915; Russian Federation, Krasnoyarskii Krai, TAP 10916.
Spiraea crenata L., 2n= 18; Russian Federation, Karachay-Cherkess
Republic, TAP 11018; Russian Federation, Karachay-Cherkess Re-
public, TAP 21018; Russian Federation, Volgogradskaya Oblasť,
TAP 11019; Russian Federation, Republic of Dagestan, TAP 21019.
Spiraea dahurica (Rupr.) Maxim., 2n= 18; Russian Federation, Re-
public of Sakha (Yakutia), TAP & APE 11215,TAP & APE 21215,
TAP & APE 31215,TAP & APE 41215.
Spiraea hypericifolia L., 2n= 18; Russian Federation, Republic of
Dagestan, TAP 11719.
Spiraea media Schmidt, 2n= 18; Russian Federation, Amurskaya Ob-
lasť,TAP 71 902 ,TAP 11913; Russian Federation, Primorskii Krai,
TAP 1 190 9; Russian Federation, Irkutskaya Oblasť,TAP 21 913;
Russian Federation, Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), TAP & APE
11915; Russian Federation, Krasnoyarskii Krai, TAP 11916.
Spiraea ussuriensis Pojark., 2n= 18; Russian Federation, Irkutskaya
Oblasť,TAP 12813; Russian Federation, Primorskii Krai, TAP 12809.
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Charlys Seixas Maia Dornelas, Diego Santos, Juliana Alencar,
Silmara Cecília Nepomuceno, Deibson Pereira Belo, Rosemere
dos Santos Silva, Felipe Nollet,*Leonardo Pessoa Felix &
Maria Teresa Buril
*Address for correspondence: nolletmedeiros@yahoo.com.br
Authors express thanks to CAPES for financial support Finance
Code 001 (process numbers: 88882.436296/2019-01, 88882.436289/
2019-01, 88887.606808/2021-00, 88882.436298/2019-01, 88882.
316773/2019-01); to CNPq for funding the project Convolvula-
ceae of South America(PVE 314725/2014-8); to Pesquisa em
MovimentoProgram at the Universidade Federal Rural de Per-
nambuco (UFRPE) and Instituto Nacional do Semiárido (INSA)
for technical support.
All materials CHN.
CONVOLVULACEAE
Ipomoea acanthocarpa (Choisy) Asch. & Schweinf., 2n= 30; Brazil,
Alagoas, J.A.A.M. Lourenço 60 (PEUFR).
Ipomoea bonsai D.Santos & Alencar, 2n= 30; Brazil, Ceará,S.L.
Costa 88 (PEUFR).
Ipomoea queirozii J.R.I.Wood & L.V.Vasconc., 2n= 30; Brazil,
Bahia, L.P. Felix 18198 (EAN).
Jacquemontia corymbulosa Benth., 2n= 18; Brazil, Paraíba, L.P.
Felix 17657 (EAN).
Jacquemontia evolvuloides (Moric.) Meisn., 2n= 18; Brazil, Bahia,
R. Staples 1690 (PEUFR).
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Jacquemontia mucronifera (Choisy) Hallier f., 2n= 36; Brazil,
Pernambuco, R. Staples 1718 (PEUFR).
Jacquemontia nodiflora (Desr.) G.Don, 2n= 20; Brazil, Bahia,
R. Staples 1661 (PEUFR).
Jacquemontia pentanthos (Jacq.) G.Don, 2n= 36; Brazil, Paraíba,
L.P. Felix 17648 (EAN).
Jacquemontia sphaerostigma (Cav.) Rusby, 2n= 20; Brazil, Bahia,
R. Staples 1703 (PEUFR).
Operculina hamiltonii (G.Don) D.F.Austin & Staples, 2n= 30;
Brazil, Paraíba, A.M. Santos 29 (EAN).
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Karol Marhold (ed.),
1,2
Jaromír Kucˇera (ed.),
1
Juliana Alencar,
3
S¸evket Alp,
4
Lânia I.F. Alves,
5
Evgeny E. Andronov,
6
Alexey Yu. Astashenkov,
7
Zeki Aytaç,
8
Svetlana T. Bancheva,
9
Gloria E. Barboza,
10,11
Fabiane R.C. Batista,
5
Deibson Pereira Belo,
3
Viktor N. Belous,
12
Mariyo Boboev,
13
Maria Teresa Buril,
3
Pilar Catalán,
14,15
Ömer Çeçen,
16
Mark W. Chase,
17
Vera A. Cheryomushkina,
7
Maarten J.M. Christenhusz,
17,18
Andressa Dantas da Silveira,
19
Greta A. Dettke,
20
Charlys Seixas Maia Dornelas,
21
Vladimir M. Doronkin,
7
Tatyana V. Elisafenko,
7
Andrey S. Erst,
7,14
Maria Ana Farinaccio,
22,23
Leonardo P. Felix,
21
Eliana R. Forni-Martins,
24
Melisa A. Giorgis,
10,25
Alexander A. Gnutikov,
26
Alexey V. Grebenjuk,
27
Raghbir Chand Gupta,
28
Ziyarat A. Guseynova,
29
Maninder Kaur,
28
Navjot Kaur,
30
Aleksandr A. Korobkov,
27
Tatiana V. Kostritsyna,
31
Violetta V. Kotseruba,
27
Denis A. Krivenko,
32
Tatiana V. Leonova,
33
Lian Lian,
34
Attila Mesterházy,
35
Elizaveta Yu. Mitrenina,
14
Rita E. Morero,
10,11
Ramazan A. Murtazaliev,
36
Silmara Cecília Nepomuceno,
3
Enoque M. Neto,
21
José Achilles L. Neves,
21
Felipe Nollet,
3
Nikolai N. Nosov,
27
André Rodolfo de Oliveira Ribeiro,
37
Marina V. Olonova,
14
Andressa Pirolla-Souza,
22
Tatiana A. Poliakova,
38
Carolyn E.B. Proença,
19
Svetlana V. Pulkina,
14
Alexander V. Rodionov,
27
Diego Santos,
3
João Paulo Sardin Nasário,
24
Anna V. Shatokhina,
38
Rosemere dos Santos Silva,
21
Jaswant Singh,
28
Vijay Kumar Singhal,
28
Sergei V. Smirnov,
39
Alexander N. Tashev,
40
Tatiana N. Veklich,
41
Natalya V. Vlasova,
7
Wei Wang,
34
Polina A. Zaremba,
32,42
Elena V. Zhmud
7
& Dmitry V. Zolotov
43
1Plant Science and Biodiversity Centre, Institute of Botany, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Dúbravskácesta 9, 845 23 Bratislava, Slovak
Republic
2Department of Botany, Charles University, Benátská2, 128 01 Praha, Czech Republic
3Laboratório de Sistemática Integrativa, Departamento de Biologia, Universidade Federal Rural de Pernambuco, 52171-900 Recife,
Pernambuco, Brazil
4Van Yuzuncu Yıl University, Faculty of Architecture and Design, Department Landscape and Architecture, Zeve Campus, 65040
Tusba/Van, Turkey
5Laboratório de Citogenética Vegetal, Instituto Nacional do Semiárido INSA, Campina Grande, Paraíba, Brazil
6All-Russian Research Institute for Agricultural Microbiology, Podbelsky Rte. 3, Pushkin 81, 96608 St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
7Central Siberian Botanical Garden of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Zolotodolinskaya Str. 101, 630090
Novosibirsk, Russian Federation
8Gazi University, Faculty of Science, Department of Biology, Ankara, Teknikokullar, 06500 Ankara, Turkey
9Institute of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Acad. G. Bonchev Str. 23, 1113 Sofia, Bulgaria
10 Instituto Multidisciplinario de Biología Vegetal (IMBIV), CONICET-UNC, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, CC 495, Córdoba
5000, Argentina
11 Facultad de Ciencias Químicas, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Haya de la Torre y Medina Allende s.n,, Córdoba 5000, Argentina
12 North-Caucasus Federal University, Pushkin Str. 1, 355017 Stavropol, Russian Federation
13 Khatlon Scientific Center, Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Tajikistan, Gulbog Street 1, 735360 Kulob City, Tajikistan
14 National Research Tomsk State University, Lenin Ave. 36, 634050 Tomsk, Russian Federation
15 Escuela Politecnica Superior de Huesca, Universidad de Zaragoza, Ctra. Cuarte km 1, Huesca, 22071, Spain
16 Karamanoğlu Mehmetbey University, Department of Plant and Animal Production, Eyran Mah. Muzaffer Tutar Cad. No:15/1, 70400
Ermenek/Karaman, Turkey
17 Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond TW9 3DS, United Kingdom
18 Plant Gateway, Hertford SG13 7BX, United Kingdom
19 Programa de Pós-Graduação em Botânica da Universidade de Brasília, Campus Darcy Ribeiro, Brasília, DF, Brazil, CEP 70910-900
20 Herbário HUEM, Departamento de Biologia, Universidade Estadual de Maringá, Maringá, Paraná, Brazil
21 Laboratório de Citogenética Vegetal, Departamento de Ciências Biológicas, Centro de Ciências Agrárias, Universidade Federal da
Paraíba, Campus II, 58.397-000 Areia, Paraíba, Brasil
22 Programa de Pós-Graduação em Biologia Vegetal, CCBS, Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso do Sul, CP 549, CEP 79070-900,
Campo Grande, MS, Brasil
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23 Herbário COR/Laboratório de Botânica, Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso do Sul, Câmpus do Pantanal, Av. Rio Branco, 1270,
CEP 79304-902, Corumbá, Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil
24 Instituto de Biologia, Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP)/Programa de Pós-Graduação em Biologia Vegetal, IB,
UNICAMP, CP 6109, CEP 13083-970, Campinas, Brazil
25 Facultad de Ciencias Exactas, Físicas y Naturales, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Av. Vélez Sarsfield 299, Córdoba 5000,
Argentina
26 Federal Research Center, N.I. Vavilov All-Russian Institute of Plant Genetic Resources (VIR), Bolshaya Morskaya Str. 4244, 190000
St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
27 V.L. Komarov Botanical Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Prof. Popov Str. 2, 197376 St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
28 Department of Botany, Punjabi University Patiala, Punjab, 147002, India
29 Mountain Botanical Garden of the Dagestan Federal Research Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences, M. Gadzhiev Str. 45,
367000 Makhachkala, Russian Federation
30 Guru Teg Bahadur Khalsa College for Women, Dasuya, Hoshiarpur, 144205, India
31 International Higher School of Medicine, Intergelpo Str. 1F, 720054 Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
32 Siberian Institute of Plant Physiology & Biochemistry of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Lermontov Str. 132,
664033 Irkutsk, Russian Federation
33 Katanov Khakass State University, Lenin Ave. 90, Abakan 655017, Russian Federation
34 State Key Laboratory of Systematic and Evolutionary Botany, Institute of Botany of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Nanxincun
20, Xiangshan, 100093 Beijing, China
35 Hortobágy National Park, 4024 Debrecen, Sumen u. 2., Hungary
36 Caspian Institute of Biological Resources of the Dagestan Federal Research Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences, M. Gadzhiev
Str. 45, 367000 Makhachkala, Russian Federation
37 Universidade Federal do Ceará, Departamento de Fitotecnia, Campus do Pici, Fortaleza, CE, Brazil, CEP 60356-000
38 Department of Population Genetics, N.I. Vavilov Institute of General Genetics, Russian Academy of Sciences, 3 Gubkina Str, 119991
Moscow GSP-1, Russian Federation
39 Altai State University, South-Siberian Botanical Garden, pr. Lenina 61, Barnaul, 656049, Russian Federation
40 Department of Dendrology, University of Forestry, Sveti Kliment Ohridski Blvd. 10, 1797 Sofia, Bulgaria
41 Amur Branch of Botanical Garden-Institute FEB RAS, Ignatievskoe Road, 2 km, 675000 Blagoveshchensk, Russian Federation
42 Irkutsk State University, Karl Marx Str. 1, 664003 Irkutsk, Russian Federation
43 Institute for Water and Environmental Problems, Siberian Branch of the Russian Akademy of Sciences, Molodezhnaya st. 1, 656038,
Barnaul, Russian Federation
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org/0000-0003-4741-1723; LIFA, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4182-911X; S¸A, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9552-4848; EEA,
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5204-262X; AYuA, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5253-0842; ZA, https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3244-
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0000-0003-3868-1131; DPB, https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6618-3223; VNB, https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7001-4836; MB, https://
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TVE, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3979-6259; AES, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4844-0254; MAF, https://orcid.org/0000-0003-
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https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0355-4132; MK, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1225-7837; AAK, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7779-
3438; TVK, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8159-9267; VVK, https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1872-2223; DAK, https://orcid.org/0000-
0003-2658-1723; TVL, https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9554-9562; LL, https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8529-6805; AM, https://orcid.
org/0000-0001-7952-5990; EYuM, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8487-5714; REM, https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5890-1504;
RAM, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2895-213X; SCN, https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4998-3370; EMN, https://orcid.org/0000-
0002-8121-382X; JALN, https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0220-0746; FN, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1362-685X; NNN, https://
orcid.org/0000-0002-7096-9242; ARdOR, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0085-3113; MVO, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5363-
8791; APS, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4357-5619; TAP, https.//orcid.org/0000-0002-8258-127X; CEBP, https://orcid.org/0000-
0002-8924-2692; SVP, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4933-8083; AVR, https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1146-1622; DS, https://orcid.
org/0000-0002-0053-1333; JPSR, https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4229-8215; AVS, https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1573-478X; RdSS,
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7685; SVS, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1529-9346; ANT, https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1979-2568; TNV, https://orcid.org/0000-
0002-1880-0108; NVV, https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8850-1245; WW, https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6901-6375; PAZ, https://orcid.
org/0000-0003-1096-6223; EVZ, https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5534-7691; DVZ, https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3782-9819
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Ribeiro & Carolyn E.B. Proença
*Address for correspondence: andressadantass2@gmail.com
Authors acknowledge the academic, scientific and technical
support from Programa de Pós-Graduação em Botânica da Universi-
dade de Brasília, a doctoral grant from Coordenação de Aperfeiçoa-
mento de Pessoal de Nível Superior/CAPES (finance code 001) to
the first author, and financial support from Conselho Nacional de De-
senvolvimento Científico e Tecnológico/CNPq (Project História fi-
logenética e fatores bióticos associados ao endemismo restrito em
Angiospermas do Cerrado/428673/2016-3) to the last author.
*First chromosome count for the species.
ASTERACEAE
Eremanthus veadeiroensis H.Rob.
*2n= 34, CHN. Brazil, Goiás, Chapada dos Veadeiros,
13°5819.0S, 47°2917.0W, Jul 2019, A.D. Silveira 49 (UB) [Fig. 1A].
EUPHORBIACEAE
Manihot appanii M.J.Silva
*2n= 36, CHN. Brazil, Goiás, Chapada dos Veadeiros, 14°
0759.2S, 47°3220.0W, Dec 2019, A.D. Silveira 81 (UB) [Fig. 1B].
Manihot purpureocostata Pohl
*2n= 36, CHN. Brazil, Goiás, Chapada dos Veadeiros, 14°09
52.8S, 47°4724.4W, Dec 2019, A.D. Silveira 92 (UB) [Fig. 1C].
Fig. 1. A,Eremanthus veadeiroensis (2n=34);B,Manihot appanii (2n=36);C,Manihot purpureocostata (2n=36);D,Mimosa venatorum (2n=26);
E,Oocephalus grazielae (2n=28).F,Oocephalus niveus (2n= 28). All arrows indicate overlap of two bivalent chromosomes. Scale bars = 10 μm.
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Mimosa venatorum Barneby
*2n= 26, CHN. Brazil, Goiás, Chapada dos Veadeiros, 14°09
30.3S, 47°3544.6W, Jun 2019, A.D. Silveira 40 (UB) [Fig. 1D].
LAMIACEAE
Oocephalus grazielae Harley
*2n= 28, CHN. Brazil, Distrito Federal, Brasília, Jardim Botâ-
nico de Brasília, 15°5245.2S, 47°4944.1W, May 2019, A.D. Sil-
veira 43 (UB) [Fig. 1E].
Oocephalus niveus (Epling) Harley & J.F.B.Pastore
*2n= 28, CHN. Brazil, Goiás, Alto Paraíso, Chapada dos
Veadeiros, 14°0759.2S, 47°3220.0W, Sep 2019, A.D. Silveira
61 (UB) [Fig. 1F]. IUCN Status EN B1ab (i,ii,iii,v) + 2ab (i,ii,iii,v).
LYTHRACEAE
Cuphea cunninghamiifolia T.B.Cavalc.
*2n= 16, CHN. Brazil, Goiás, Teresina de Goiás, Poço
Encantado, 13°5227.9S, 47°1545.4W, Sep 2019, A.D. Silveira
25 (UB) [Fig. 2A]. IUCN status EN B2ab (i,ii,iii).
Diplusodon adpressipilus Lourteig
*2n= 30, CHN. Brazil, Goiás, Chapada dos Veadeiros, 14°07
50.7S, 47°4114.8W, Jul 2019, A.D. Silveira 46 (UB) [Fig. 2B].
IUCN status EN B1ab (i,ii,iii) + 2ab (i,ii,iii).
Diplusodon leucocalycinus Lourteig
*2n= 30, CHN. Brazil, Goiás, Cavalcante, 13°5344.6S, 47°
2133.9W, May 2019, A.D. Silveira 37 (UB) [Fig. 2C]. IUCN status
VU B1ab (i,ii,iii).
Fig. 2. A,Cuphea cunninghamiifolia (2n= 16); B,Diplusodon adpressipilus (2n= 30); C,Diplusodon leucocalycinus (2n= 30); D,Diplusodon
rosmarinifolius (2n= 30); E,Myrcia rhodeosepala (2n= 22); F,Psidium ratterianum (2n= 22). All arrows indicate overlap of two bivalent chro-
mosomes (diakinesis or metaphase I) or two chromosomes (anaphase I). Scale bars = 10 μm.
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Diplusodon rosmarinifolius A.St.-Hil.
*2n= 30, CHN. Brazil, Distrito Federal, Brasília, Jardim Botâ-
nico de Brasília, 15°5245.2S, 47°4944.1W, May 2019, A.D. Sil-
veira 44 (UB) [Fig. 2D]. IUCN status LC.
MYRTACEAE
Myrcia rhodeosepala Kiaersk.
*2n= 22, CHN. Brazil, Distrito Federal, Brasília, Parque Ecoló-
gico Ermida Dom Bosco, 15°4749.1S, 47°4827.8W, Oct 2018,
A.D. Silveira 12 (UB) [Fig. 2E].
Psidium ratterianum Proença & Soares-Silva
*2n= 22, CHN. Brazil, Distrito Federal, Brasília, Jardim Botâ-
nico de Brasília, 15°5233.6S, 47°4930.2W, May 2019, A.D. Sil-
veira 67 (UB). [Fig. 2F].
The savannah of Central Brazil (Cerrado biome) comprises
high species richness and endemism and is a global biodiversity
hotspot (Myers & al., 2000). Our study includes first chromosome
counts for 12 narrow-endemic Cerrado species (four of which are
in Brazils red list of endangered plant species) from six angio-
sperm families with high levels of narrow endemism (Asteraceae,
Euphorbiaceae, Fabaceae, Lamiaceae, Lythraceae and Myrtaceae).
Results are presented and discussed below in alphabetical order by
family.
Eremanthus Less. (33 species; Asteraceae) is currently the sec-
ond-largest genus in the Neotropical subtribe Lychnophorinae
(Loeuille & al., 2019); 22 of its species are endemic to the Cerrado
or Campo Rupestre vegetation of Central Brazil (Loeuille & al.,
2015). The chromosome count found by us for E. veadeiroensis is
2n= 34 (Fig. 1A); this count has been previously recorded for
E. erythropappus (DC.) MacLeish (Salles de Melo & al., 2010). Four
possible basic numbers (x= 15, 17, 18 or 19) have been suggested for
Eremanthus (Turner & al., 1979; Jones, 1982; Mansanares & al.,
2007; Watanabe & al., 2007).
Manihot Mill. (98 species; Euphorbiaceae) is a Neotropical genus
(Rogers & Appan, 1973). Its primarycentre ofdiversity (41 species in
the Cerrado biome states of Goiás and Distrito Federal) is in Central
Brazil (Duputié & al., 2011). The two species studied by us,
M. appanii and M. purpureocostata, both had chromosome counts of
2n= 36 (Fig. 2B,C). The chromosome number 2n= 36 is apparently
universal in the genus Manihot (Carvalho & Guerra, 2002).
Mimosa L. (530 species; Fabaceae) is a pantropical genus (Bar-
neby, 1991; Simon & al., 2011). Central Brazil is the primary centre
of diversity, with 74% of the species of the genus occurring there, of
which about half are narrow endemics (Simon & Proença, 2000). The
basic chromosome number of x= 13 has been proposed for Mimosa
probably derived by dysploidy from x= 14 that is prevalent in the Mi-
mosoideae clade, now in subfamily Caesalpinoideae (Goldblatt,
1981; LPWG, 2017). Our count for M. venatorum was 2n=26
(Fig. 2D), suggesting diploidy.
Oocephalus (Benth.) Harley & J.F.B.Pastore (18 species; La-
miaceae) is a Neotropical genus belonging to the subtribe Hyptidinae
(Harley & Pastore, 2012). It is endemic to Central Brazil, extending
into montane areas of southeastern Brazil, such as the Espinhaço
Mountain chain (Harley, 2015). In O. grazielae and O. niveus,we
found 2n= 28 (Fig. 1E,F) chromosomes for both species. Establish-
ing the basic number in the Hyptidinae is not trivial: chromosome
counts found were 2n= 32, 30, 28, 26, 20, 16 and 12 (Pastore
& al., 2011). Since the count 2n= 32 chromosomes has been found
in all the major Hyptidinae lineages, it has been tentatively suggested
that these numbers have been derived from an ancient 2n= 32 poly-
ploid by aneuploidy (Harley & Heywood, 1992; Pastore & al., 2011).
Cuphea P.Browne (260 species; Lythraceae) is a Neotropical
genus with one of its centres of diversity in the Cerrado biome and
the other in Mexico (Graham & al., 2006). Cuphea is one of the most
diverse genera of its family in chromosome numbers. Our count for
C. cunninghamiifolia was 2n= 16 (Fig. 2A), suggesting diploidy.
The basic chromosome number of x= 8 has been suggested for Cu-
phea based on c. 49% of the species, although there is high diversity
of chromosome numbers in the genus, which vary from n=6to
c. 86 (Graham, 1989, 1992; Graham & Cavalcanti, 2001).
Diplusodon J.St.-Hil. (c. 103 species; Lythraceae) is a Neotrop-
ical genus almost endemic to the Cerrado biome and the second-
largest genus of Lythraceae (Inglis & Cavalcanti, 2018). The counts
found for D. adpressipilus,D. leucocalycinus and D. rosmarinifolius
were all 2n= 30 chromosomes (Fig. 2BD), providing additional
support to the pattern that this chromosome number is uniform
in this genus. The only chromosome number recorded in the
literature for Diplusodon until now is n= 15; this number may
represent an ancient reduction from n= 16 (Graham & Cavalcanti,
2001).
Myrcia DC. (c. 800 species; Myrtaceae) is a widely distributed
Neotropical genus (Lucas & al., 2018). Our count for M. rhodeosepala
was 2n= 22 chromosomes (Fig. 2E), suggesting diploidy. In the Neo-
tropical Myrtaceae, 2n= 22 is highly conserved and has been
recorded in all the Neotropical genera sampled, sometimes exclu-
sively (Costa & al., 2008; Amorim, 2012). Forni-Martins & Martins
(2000) reported the first chromosome counts for two species of Myr-
cia, both 2n= 22. Fourteen species of Myrcia have now been sam-
pled, and the chromosome number of 2n= 22 has been recorded in
13 of them (Costa & Forni-Martins, 2007; Costa & al., 2008;
Amorim, 2012).
Psidium L. (c. 100 species; Myrtaceae) is a Neotropical genus with
its centre of diversity in the Atlantic Forest of Brazil; 29 species occur in
the Cerrado biome (Landrum & Proença, 2015; Tuler & al., 2020). Al-
though (as stated above) in Myrtaceae 2n= 22 chromosomes is highly
conserved, Psidium has the highest rate of euploidy recorded in the
family (Costa & Forni-Martins, 2006). Polyploids in Psidium are mul-
tiples of 11 or 22 (2n= 22, 33, 44, 55, 66, 77, 88, 110 and 132; Ma-
chado, 2016) that confirm the long-established basic chromosome
number of x= 11 for Myrtaceae (Atchison, 1947; Raven, 1975). Our
count for P. ratterianum was 2n= 22 (Fig. 2F), suggesting diploidy, rare
in this genus (Costa & Forni-Martins, 2006, 2007; Costa & al., 2008).
METHODS
Chromosome numbers were determined by methods described by
Guerra & Souza (2002). The samples were obtained from the anthers
of young inflorescences fixed in 3 : 1 (v/v) absolute ethanol and gla-
cial acetic acid for 24 hours at room temperature, and then stored in
70% aqueous ethanol at 4°C. Cytological slides were prepared by
crushing the anthers to disperse the cells and staining with a drop
of 2% acetocarmine. At least 10 meiocytes with clear chromosome
separation were examined. Slides were inspected until cells suitable
for counting were found, and images were captured using a Leica
DM750 microscope with an integrated camera using the Leica Appli-
cation Suite (v.4.5) software.
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Tatyana V. Elisafenko,*Alexey Yu. Astashenkov,
Alexey V. Grebenjuk & Vera A. Cheryomushkina
*Address for correspondence: tveli@list.ru
The authors are thankful to curators of NS and NSK for scanning
the specimens and creating the Digital Herbarium CSBG(http://herb.
csbg.nsc.ru:8081) and Unique Scientific Unit (No. USU 440534) of the
Central Siberian Botanical Garden SB RAS. The investigation was sup-
ported by the scientific programs АААА-А21-121011290026-9 Veg-
etation of North Asia: diversity, ecological and geographical patterns
of formation, and functioning of populationsand АААА-А21-
121011290025-2 Analysis of biodiversity, conservation and restora-
tion of rare and resource plant species using experimental methods.
*First chromosome count for the species.
METHODS
Mitotic chromosomes were examined in root tips obtained from ger-
minating seeds, except Coluria geoides (Pall.) Ledeb. and Veronica
officinalis L. In the latter, the roots of adult generative plants were
used. Actively growing seedlings or root tips were kept for 2 hours
at room temperature in 0.2% colchicine solution, fixed in acetic acid
alcohol (3 : 1 ethanol + acetic acid). The preparations were stained
with acetohematoxilin or 2% aceto-orcein, examined with a Carl
Zeiss Axio Scope A1 microscope with the Axiocam 506 color cam-
era and ZEN2012 (blue edition) software.
LAMIACEAE