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Karyotype evolution and taxonomy of the genus Nannospalax palmer, 1903, Mammalia, in Europe
|Other titles||Evolucija kariotipa i taksonomija roda Nannospalax palmer, 1903, mammalia, u Evropi.|
|Statement||Ivo Savić and Bogosav Soldatović ; editor, Nikola Pantić.|
|Series||Separate editions / Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts ;, vol. 560., Department of Natural and Mathematical Sciences ;, no. 59, Posebna izdanja (Srpska akacemija nauka i umetnosti); knj. 560. Odeljenje prirodna-matematičkih nauk (series) ;, knj. 59.|
|Contributions||Soldatović, Bogosav., Pantić, Nikola, 1927-|
|LC Classifications||AS346 .B53 knj. 560, QL737.R684 .B53 knj. 560|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||104 p. :|
|Number of Pages||104|
|LC Control Number||85174388|
Europe PMC is an archive of life sciences journal literature. Karyotype analysis of nine strains of the peach-potato aphid Myzus persicae (Sulzer, ), collected on Lavandula sp. plants, evidenced showed that five of them had a standard 2n = 12 karyotype, one possessed a fragmentation of the X chromosome occurring at the telomere opposite to the NOR-bearing . The low-numbered chromosome karyotype of marsupials has falsified the fusion hypothesis claiming ancestrality from a chromosome karyotype. Since the chromosome condition of the relict Dromiciops gliroides is reminecent of ancestrality, its interstitial traces of past putative fusions and heterochromatin banding patterns were studied and added Cited by: 1.
L. corvus,with its karyotype including uniarmed (acrocentric) chromosomes and the low value of NF (60), is much more similar toL. stagnalisthan to the species ordinate the studied species according to the rate of metacentric and submetacentric chromosomes in their karyotype, L. corvus and L. occulta occupy the extreme positions. Karyotype analysis of all the species are introduced to the scientific community for the first time and they were obtained through an Image analysis system. The study has made contribution to the cytotaxonomic revision of the genus Jurinea in words: Asteraceae, Image analysis, Jurinea, karyotype, by: 3.
number of 2n=18 (Fig.1G). The karyotype formula was determined as follows: 2n=2x= 2m + 3sm + 4st (Fig. 2G). Salicornia spp. This is a widespread genus in most salty and moist soils at the margin of salt lakes and salty rivers and the coastal area of Caspian Sea and Persian Gulf. Taxonomically, Salicornia is an extremely difficult by: 5. Cladistical analysis of chromosomal evolution within the genus Neotoma / Related Titles. Series: Occasional papers / the Museum, Texas Tech University, no. 96 (15 Feb. ) By. Koop, Benjamin F. Baker, Robert J. Mascarello, J. T. Type. Book MaterialCited by: 4.
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Chromosomal evolution of the genus Nannospalax (Palmer ) (Rodentia, Muridae) from western Turkey Article (PDF Available) in Turkish Journal. Chromosomal evolution of the genus Nannospalax (Palmer ) (Rodentia, Muridae) from western Turkey Ferhat MATUR*, Faruk ÇOLAK, Tuğçe. Morphological and biometrical comparisons of the baculum in the genus Nannospalax Palmer, (Rodentia: Spalacidae) from Turkey with consideration of its taxonomic importance has led to the complexity of the taxonomy of this genus.
Background. Erythrinidae is a small family of freshwater fishes composed by three genera, Hoplias GillErythrinus Scopoli and Hoplerythrinus Gill .Its species are characterized by a remarkable karyotype diversity with 2n ranging from 39 to 54 chromosomes and the occurrence of single and multiple sex chromosome systems in some by: Karyotype evolution and taxonomy of the genus Nannospalax Palmer,Mammalia, in Europe.
Serbian Academy of Sciences, Dept. Nat. Math. 1– Google ScholarCited by: Three new karyotypes (2n=40, 44, 52) are described revealing what are probably new cryptic species of Ethiopian spiny mice. Two other diploid numbers have already been reported for the country (2n=36 and 68) and, overall, the five known karyotypic forms constitute a common lineage differentiated by a Robertsonian by: 5.
Karyotype evolution: A cytogenic study of seven species and in Europe book interspecific hybrids of Crepis. [Marta Sherman] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Berkeley University of California Publications in Botany Vol # Sm.4to., pp.plates ).
Karyotype is determined by the number, size, and external shape of chromosomes and is considered a stable and definite characteristic of 1903 species. Therefore, it can be indicative of the species and even genus, and it is useful in investigating the evolution of organisms and their classification (Hillis et al., ).
Although numbers. Three new karyotypes extend a Robertsonian fan in Ethiopian spiny mice Discussion Description of three new karyotypes of Acomys presented in this study indicates that there is more karyotype diversity in Ethiopian Acomys than it was thought previously.
Three additional 2n numbers that were found (40, 44, and 52) fill in the series of 2nCited by: 5. the contrasting modes of karyotype evolution in Hoplias genus.
Keywords: Trahiras, Fish cytogenetics, FISH, Repetitive DNA, Chromosome change and speciation Background Erythrinidae is a small family of freshwater fishes composed by three genera, Hoplias GillErythrinus Scopoli and Hoplerythrinus Gill .
Its species are character. Despite the fundamental role of chromosomal change in eukaryotic evolution, the mechanisms related to this process are still poorly known.
Main karyotypic features of organisms, such as the number of chromosomes, are usually stable within species [1, 2].This stability is in good correspondence with the fact that new chromosomal rearrangements usually originate as Cited by: The genus Corydoras comprises a diversity of species with different diploid numbers.
We compared cytogenetic data among Corydoras species from different rivers of the Ponta Grossa Arch region in southern Brazil. Corydoras ehrhardti and C. aff. paleatus have a similar karyotype formula and the same diploid number (2n = 44).Cited by: 6.
of within-genus karyotype variability. Results and Discussion We analyzed the karyotype, mitochondrial and nuclear genetic markers, and the morphology of the Wood White butterfly L. sinapis. This is a common species widely distributed from Portugal and Spain in the west to Siberia in the east .
From this territory differentCited by: This paper presents new data on chromosomes of the Palestine mole rat, Nannospalax ehrenbergi, from southeast Anatolia, Turkey.
A new chromosomal form, 2 n = 56, NF = 62 and NFa = 58, is determined from the region. C-banding revealed pericentromeric constitutive heterochromatin in one submetacentric and seven acrocentric autosome by: 1. phagidae, the modal karyotype consists of 18 acrocentric autosomes and an acrocentric X chromosome.
The sex chromosome system in the vast majority of species is XX♀/XO♂ [1–4]. In the karyotype evolution of some species the X chromosome enters into centric fusion with an autosome, which leads to a neo-XX♀/neo-XY♂ sex chromosome by: 4.
karyotype changes that occurred throughout evolution, the processes that led to the diversification, and the direction taken by evolution (Gao et al.
Numeric and structural chromosome rearrangements have been reported as trig-gers of karyotype changes in several plant taxa. Therefore, nuclear genome size varia-Cited by: 1. the genus Cestrum (L.) is part of the tribe Cestreae (G.
Don) of the Cestroideae-Solanaceae). The genus Cestrum contains about species distributed in the tropical and subtropical regions of the Americas (D’Arcy, ) and in-cludes herbs, shrubs and trees up to 12 m in height.
Mem-bers of this genus are recognized by their actinomorphic. The sedge genus Carex, the most diversified angiosperm genus of the northern temperate zone, is renowned for its holocentric chromosomes and karyotype genus exhibits high variation in chromosome numbers both among and within species.
Despite the possibility that this chromosome evolution may play a role in the high species diversity of Cited by: CARYOLOGIA Vol. 58, no. 3:Karyotype analysis in Argentinean species of Caesalpinia(Legu-minosae) Cangiano Maria Alejandra1 and Gabriel Bernardello2,* 1 Facultad de Quı´mica, Bioquı´mica y Farmacia, Universidad Nacional de San Luis, San Luis, Argentina.
2 Instituto Multidisciplinario de Biologı´a Vegetal (CONICET-Universidad Nacional de Co´rdoba). Karyotype and genetic evolution in speciation of subterranean mole rats of the genus Spalax in Turkey. SoldatovičKaryotype evolution and taxonomy of the genes, Nannospalax Palmer,Mammalia, in Europe.
Separate Editions Serb Academic Science Arts, (59) (), p. Cited by:. Xenarthra (sloths, armadillos and anteaters) represent one of four currently recognized Eutherian mammal supraorders. Some phylogenomic studies point to the possibility of Xenarthra being at the base of the Eutherian tree, together or not with the supraorder Afrotheria.
We performed painting with human autosomes and X-chromosome specific probes on. The tribe Leucocoryneae is taxonomically and cytogenetically complex, mainly due to its extraordinary morphological and karyological variation. Robertsonian translocations had long been recognized as a central factor contributing to karyotype diversity within the Leucocoryneae, but so far no major tendency prevailing on the observed complexity of karyotype formula Cited by: 2.1.
Introduction. The blind mole rat (Nannospalax Palmer, ), which is widely distributed across the Eastern Mediterranean, Asia Minor, Eastern Europe, Western Asia, and Northeastern Africa, is a subterranean rodent that is highly adapted to living palax is considered a taxonomically confusing genus because there are many difficulties at the specific and lower Cited by: 8.