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Comparative karyotypic analysis of 9 species of European lymnaeids (Lymnaea stagnalis, Stagnicola corvus, S. palustris, Catascopia occulta, Galba truncatula, Radix auricularia [L. auricularia], R. labiata [L. labiata], R. balthica [L. balthica] and R. ampla [L. ampla]) showed considerable variation ...

Author(s)
Garbar, A. V.; Manilo, V. V.; Korniushin, A. V.
Publisher
Schmalhausen Institute of Zoology, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kiev, Ukraine
Citation
Vestnik Zoologii, 2004, 38, 2, pp 29-37, 95
Abstract

The data on comparative chromosomal painting in mammals are discussed. Development of new molecular-cytogenetic methods has resulted in the accumulation of the detailed information on homology of chromosomal segments of >50 species from 11 orders. The modern methods of obtaining painting probes...

Author(s)
Alkalaeva, E. Z.; Trifonov, V. A.; Perelman, P. L.; Graphodatsky, A. S.
Publisher
MAIK Nauka/Interperiodica Publishing, Moscow, Russia
Citation
Genetika (Moskva), 2002, 38, 8, pp 1034-1042
Abstract

Studies on the karyotypes of almost 800 avian species are reviewed. The ancestral karyotype involved 3 pairs of group A macrochromosome (2 pairs of metacentrics and 1 of acrocentrics), 3-4 pairs of group B variable macrochromosomes, and 34-35 pairs of microchromosomes. Linkage groups of...

Author(s)
Rodionov, A. V.
Citation
Genetika (Moskva), 1997, 33, 6, pp 725-738
Abstract

Studies carried out at the Institute of Cytology and Genetics, Novosibirsk, Russia, on evolutionary aspects of animal and human chromosomes, are reviewed. Approaches to studying macroevolutionary karyotype rearrangements associated with the divergence of taxa are discussed.

Author(s)
Biltueva, L. S.; Rubtsov, N. B.; Serdyukova, N. A.; Vorob'eva, N. V.; Kaftanovskaya, E. M.; Fengtang, Y.; Zabarovskii, E. R.; Grafodatskii, A. S.
Citation
Genetika (Moskva), 1997, 33, 8, pp 1094-1101
Abstract

The diploid chromosome number of Severtsov wild sheep from the Nura-Tau mountains (Kyzyl-Kum desert) lies between that of Urial sheep (Ovis vignei, 2n = 58) and arkhar sheep (O. ammon, 2n = 56). In the present study, the karyotype of a single specimen of Severtsov wild sheep from the region had 2n...

Author(s)
Lyapunova, E. A.; Bunch, T. D.; Vorontsov, N. N.; Hoffman, R. S.
Citation
Zoologicheskiĭ Zhurnal, 1997, 76, 9, pp 1083-1093
Abstract

The karyotypes of 48 species of the families Nepticulidae, Tischeriidae, Coleophoridae, Elachistidae, Gelechiidae, Yponomeutidae, Lyonetiidae, Gracillariidae, Phyllocnistidae and Bucculatrigidae were investigated. The haploid number of chromosomes is shown for these species and for a further 53...

Author(s)
Lukhtanov, V. A.; Puplyasene, Yu. V.
Citation
Ėntomologicheskoe Obozrenie, 1996, 75, 2, pp 310-323
Abstract

Results are given of studies on the karyotypes of 12 species of Lymantriidae, Notodontidae, Lasiocampidae and Saturniidae. The karyotype characteristics of the superfamilies Noctuoidea, Sphingoidea and Bombycoidea are discussed with reference to these results and those (tabulated) for a large...

Author(s)
Belyakova, N. A.; Lukhtanov, V. A.
Citation
Ėntomologicheskoe Obozrenie, 1994, 73, 3, pp 723-738
Abstract

This discussion considers the effects of aneuploidy, sex-chromosome mosaicism and autosomal aberrations on embryo mortality, fertility and sex differentiation. The evolution of the karyotype of pigs is also discussed.

Author(s)
Zhigachev, A. I.; Kurchanov, N. A.
Citation
Sel'skokhozyaĭstvennaya Biologiya, 1989, No. 4, pp 8-11
Abstract

A measure of the evolutionary divergence of genomes is proposed which is based on the occurrence of homologous genes in the same syntenic groups in different species. The measure varies between 0 (no similarity between genomes) and 1 (complete similarity). Computer simulation of chromosomal...

Author(s)
Zakharov, I. A.; Nikiforov, V. S.; Stepanyuk, E. V.
Citation
Genetika (Moskva), 1992, 28, 7, pp 77-81
Abstract

G-banded chromosomes of mice, rats, Chinese hamsters, rabbits, cats, mink, cattle, sheep and man (3-10 individuals per species) were studied. 11 evolutionarily conserved regions were identified, and also regions where inversion had taken place during evolution. It is suggested that major, rapid...

Author(s)
Grafodatskiĭ, A. S.; Biltueva, L. S.
Citation
Genetika, USSR, 1987, 23, 1, pp 93-103

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