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203. ADAMS, A.E. Sexual conditions in Triturus viridescens. Artificial hermaphroditism. (Female hosts with testicular grafts.) 65. ALTMANN, M., and HUTT, F.B. The endocrine basis for the rise in blood calcium associated with egg laying in the fowl. 212. ANDREWS, F.N., and WARBRITTON, V. Variations...

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Anatomical Record, 1937, 70, Suppl. No. 1, pp 33-139
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BANTA, S. M. Possible rôle of amixis in the evolution of organisms: 109-110. BARTO, E. Absence of linkage between certain characters in the deer-mouse, Peromyscus maniculatus: 110. BLAIR, A. P. Interrelations of the toads of eastern North America: 110-111. BLANC, R., and BRAUN, W. Phenocopies and...

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Genetics, 1940, 25, pp 109-141
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THE scope of this review is indicated only in a very general way by its title. The author does not confine himself to factual data on chromosome number and morphology; a considerable part of the book is devoted to developments of mainly historical interest and to theories concerned largely with...

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MATTHEY, R.
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Lausanne : Librairie de l'Université, F. Rouge.,
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The chromosomes of vertebrates., 1949, pp 356 pp.
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The karyotypes of 5 species of serranids, including Epinephelus alexandrinus and E. guaza, were studied using conventional staining, C banding and silver staining of nucleolus organizer regions (NORs). In spite of the apparent conservatism shown in the karyotype evolution of these species, as...

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Martínez, G.; Thode, G.; Alvarez, M. C.; López, J. R.
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Cytobios, 1989, 58, 232, pp 53-60
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Rowlett, K.; Hemming, D.; Hobbs, S.; Massey, D.; Rostron, A.
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CABI Publishing, Wallingford, UK
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AgBiotech News and Information, 1993, 5, 10, pp 337N-360N
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Nucleolus organizer regions in Acipenser ruthenus (2n = 118±4) are localized on the telomeric regions of 2 morphologically different pairs of chromosomes. In A. baeri (2n = 250±8). A. transmontanus (2n = 248±8), and A. naccarii (2n = 246±8) they are localized on 8 chromosomes arranged in 2...

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Fontana, F.
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Genome, 1994, 37, 5, pp 888-892
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The karyotypes of chars (Salvelinus) from Russia and various other countries are reviewed. A scheme for evolution of char karyotypes is proposed.

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Frolov, S. V.
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Journal of Ichthyology, 1995, 35, 8, pp 14-23
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Robertsonian polymorphism was analysed in samples of successive ages of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) and brown trout (Salmo trutta). Polymorphism changed significantly with ageing, the percentage in the standard 2n class increasing with age for each species (2n = 58 for Atlantic salmon and 2n = 80 ...

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Garcia-Vazquez, E.; Moran, P.; Linde, A. R.; Pendas, A. M.; Izquierdo, J. I.
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Aquaculture, 1995, 132, 3/4, pp 233-237
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The trout testis high mobility group (HMG) 2 protein (HMG-T2) cDNA was isolated from a trout testis cDNA library using a probe corresponding to the open reading frame (ORF) of trout HMG-1. The deduced HMG-T2 protein consisted of 214 amino acids and shared 80% similarity to the trout HMG-1 protein...

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Štros, M.; Retief, J. D.; Dixon, G. H.
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Gene, 1995, 158, 2, pp 181-187
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The location of the highly conserved telomeric sequence (TTAGGG)n was examined in 4 salmonid species, 2 of the genus Salmo (S. trutta and S. salar) and 2 of the genus Oncorhynchus (O. mykiss and O. kisutch), by fluorescence in situ hybridization. As expected, the hybridization signal was mostly...

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Abuín, M.; Martínez, P.; Sánchez, L.
Citation
Genome, 1996, 39, 5, pp 1035-1038

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