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Ribosomal RNA gene (rDNA) loci of Russian Mus musculus musculus and of Japanese Mus musculus molossinus were mapped by double colour FISH. The total number of rDNA loci was varied from 5 to 12, although the loci on chromosomes 12, 15, 16, 18, and 19 were common to all mice examined. Instead,...

Author(s)
Ito, T.; Tsuchiya, K.; Osawa, S.; Shibata, H.; Kanda, N.
Publisher
Japanese Society of Veterinary Science, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Medical Science, 2008, 70, 9, pp 997-1000
Abstract

Mus musculus (M. m.) molossinus has been considered an independent subspecies of Mus musculus. To elucidate the evolutional origin of this subspecies, we carried out double-color FISH using 18s-28s ribosomal DNA and mouse chromosome paint probes. Among eleven rDNA loci detected, five loci on...

Author(s)
Ito, T.; Osawa, S.; Shibata, H.; Kanda, N.
Publisher
Japanese Society of Veterinary Science, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Medical Science, 2007, 69, 12, pp 1277-1279
Abstract

Chromosomal rearrangements such as Robertsonian (Rb) fusions constitute a major phenomenon in the evolution of genome organization in a wide range of organisms. Although proximate mechanisms for the formation of Rb fusion are now well identified, the evolutionary forces that drive chromosomal...

Author(s)
Gazave, E.; Catalan, J.; Ramalhinho, M. da G.; Mathias, M. da L.; Nunes, A. C.; Dumas, D.; Britton-Davidian, J.; Auffray, J. C.
Publisher
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK
Citation
Genetical Research, 2003, 81, 1, pp 33-42
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Corti, M.; Rohlf, F. J.
Publisher
Academic Press, London, UK
Citation
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 2001, 73, 1, pp 99-112
Abstract

A comparative karyotype of rat (Rattus norvegicus) and mouse (Mus musculus) based on chromosome G-banding morphology, heterologous chromosome painting results and available gene mapping data is proposed. Whole chromosome painting probes from both species were generated by PARM-PCR amplification of...

Author(s)
Guilly, M. N.; Fouchet, P.; Chamisso, P. de; Schmitz, A.; Dutrillaux, B.
Citation
Chromosome Research, 1999, 7, 3, pp 213-221
Abstract

The species studied included Homo sapiens, Rattus norvegicus, Mus musculus, Mesocricetus auratus, Cricetulus griseus and Locusta migratoria. In spermatogenic tissue the morphology of the sex vesicles varied with the stage of meiosis and with the species. Sex vesicle formation appeared to be...

Author(s)
EBERLE, P.
Citation
Genetica, 1964, 35, pp 34-46
Abstract

ABDEL-HAMEED, F. The chromosome complements of intersex chickens: sl.
BARTKE, A., and SHIRE, J. G. M. Testicular cholesterol content and spermatogenesis in DBA/2 and C57BL/10 mice: s3-s4.
BLOOM, S. E. Types, frequencies, and phenotypic effects of chromosome abnormalities in chicken embryos: s6.
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Citation
Genetics, Austin, 1971, 68, 1; Pt 2, Suppl, pp s1-s77
Abstract

BOGYO, T. P., and TING, S. W. The effect of selection and linkage on the " inbreeding function " in small populations: 545.
BRADLEY, B. P., and COMSTOCK, R. E. Fixation of favorable alleles in finite populations: 545-546.
COLLINS, R. L. A general nonparametric theory of genetic analysis. I....

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Austin, Tex.,
Citation
Genetics, 1967, 56, pp 541-599
Abstract

Papers published in Pt. I of the Proceedings were abstracted in A. B. A., 23 (3). The present volume consists mainly of abstracts of the shorter papers presented at the congress, but a few, particularly those papers read at Turin after the main congress, are printed in full. The titles most likely...

Author(s)
Montalenti, G.; Chiarugi, A.
Citation
Caryologia, 1954, 6, Suppl., pp 621-1331
Abstract

THE IX INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF GENETICS was held at Bellagio, on Lake Como, from 24th to 31st Aug. 1953. Over 800 persons, from 35 different countries, attended the meetings. The Commonwealth Bureau of Animal Breeding and Genetics was represented by Miss A. P. Gray.
Prof. R. B. Goldschmidt...

Citation
THE IX INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF GENETICS, Bellagio, 24th to 31st Aug. 1953., 1953,

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