CCDBAngiospermsCompositaeSymphyotrichumAster foliaceus Lindl. ex DC.

7 chromosome counts in Aster foliaceus Lindl. ex DC.:


Name Accepted Name Gametophytic(n) Sporophytic(2n) Data Source reference
  Aster foliaceus Lindl. ex DC. Symphyotrichum foliaceum (Lindl.) G. L. Nesom 8, 8+1B, 16, 24, 32, 40, 48 16, 16+5-6B, 18, 24, 32, etc. IPCN online Allred, K. W. & F. W. Gould. 1983. Systematics of the Bothriochloa saccharoides complex (Poaceae: Andropogoneae). Syst. Bot. 8(2): 168–184.
  Aster foliaceus Lindl. ex DC. Symphyotrichum foliaceum (Lindl.) G. L. Nesom   16, 32, 48, 64, 80, c.96 IPCN online Semple, J. C. 1985. Chromosome number determinations in fam. Compositae tribe Astereae. Rhodora 87: 517–527.
  Aster foliaceus Lindl. ex DC. Symphyotrichum foliaceum (Lindl.) G. L. Nesom   64 IPCN online Chinnappa, C. C. & J. G. Chmielewski. 1987. Documented plant chromosome numbers 1987: 1. Miscellaneous counts from western North America. Sida 12: 409–417.
  Aster foliaceus Lindl. ex DC. Symphyotrichum foliaceum (Lindl.) G. L. Nesom   64, 80 IPCN online Semple, J. C. & J. G. Chmielewski. 1987. Chromosome number determinations in fam. Compositae, tribe Astereae. II. Additional counts. Rhodora 89: 319–325.
  Aster foliaceus Lindl. ex DC. Symphyotrichum foliaceum (Lindl.) G. L. Nesom   16, 16+3-4sb,32, 48, ca.60, 80 IPCN online Semple, J. C. 1983. Range expansion of Heterotheca camporum (Compositae: Asteraceae) in the southeastern United States. Brittonia 35(2): 140–146.
  Aster foliaceus Lindl. ex DC. Symphyotrichum foliaceum (Lindl.) G. L. Nesom 8II+1B, 16II, 32II, ca.64, 40II ca. 64 IPCN online Dean, M. L. & K. L. Chambers. 1983. Chromosome numbers and evolutionary patterns in the Aster occidentalis (Asteraceae) polyploid complex of western North America. Brittonia 35: 189–196.
  Aster foliaceus Lindl. ex DC. Symphyotrichum foliaceum (Lindl.) G. L. Nesom   64 IPCN online Semple, J. C., J. G. Chmielewski & C. Xiang. 1992. Chromosome number determinations in fam. Compositae, tribe Astereae. IV. Additional reports and comments on the cytogeography and status of some species of Aster and Solidago. Rhodora 94: 48–62.