Chromosome numbers for the Italian flora

G. Bedini, L. Peruzzi (eds.)
Biology Department, University of Pisa
via Luca Ghini 13, I-56126 Pisa, Italy stores chromosome counts mainly for the Italian flora. Also counts from Corsica are being included, given the high number of endemics shared with Sardinia and Tuscan Archipelago.
Current holdings are (live from database as of today, Wednesday 6 December 2023, 14:26:46 UTC):

  Total Corse
counts 9217 421
taxa 3120 229
cytotypes 5223 315
bibl. records 1617 97

Specific and infraspecific taxa are stored as they were accepted in the original publications. Families and currently accepted specific and infraspecific taxa follow the Portal to the Flora of Italy.
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Downloadable media

  • presentation of (in Italian) delivered in Rome, 23 October 2010;
  • article in a local newspaper (Il Tirreno, 10 January 2011);
  • presentation (in English) based on data extracted from, delivered in Berlin, 22 February 2011;
  • presentation focussing on endemic plants, delivered in Castiglioncello (LI), 11 June 2011.
  • presentation on the history of cytotaxonomical research in Italy, delivered in Genoa, 23 September 2011.
  • presentation on the chromosome number variation in Sicily, Sardinia, and Corsica, delivered in Palermo, 14 September 2013, during the XIV OPTIMA Meeting.

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Bedini G., Peruzzi L. (eds.), 2021 onwards. - Chromosome numbers for the Italian flora v. 2.0. [accessed 6 December 2023 *]

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