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The chromosome number of 47 cultivars of Rhododendron simsii Planch, were all diploid (2n = 26) except ‘Euratom’ which was triploid (3n = 39). A number of R. simsii cultivars from China and Thailand, as well as R. indicum (L.) Sweet., R. tamurae (Makino) Masam., R. keiskei Miq., and R. kiusianum Makino were found to be diploid.

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