2 in the forms of inversion and translocation--namely, paracentric
Meanwhile, one or several chromosomal abnormalities, especially autosomal aberrations (including Robertsonian and balanced translocations) and pericentric and paracentric
inversions, have been documented in about 8% of men with severe oligozoospermia (7).
However, Rothfels (1989) hypothesized the possibility of "mating trials" within sympatric populations of black flies (Simuliidae) between taxa differentiated by paracentric
chromosomal inversions in males.
Population structure of newly established Anopheles funestus populations in the Senegal River basin using paracentric
A different fundamental arm number, which may be attributed to the intra-chromosomal changes involving pericentric and paracentric
inversion, suggests an origin from the same primitive ancestor.
labrosus from the Capivara Reservoir (Carvalho and Dias, 2007) and from the Tibagi River (this study), but in terminal and interstitial positions, respectively, it is possible that there was a paracentric
inversion in a subtelocentric pair bearing 5S ribosomal genes.
In mammalian sex chromosomes, a series of Y inversions disrupting X-Y recombination have been reported (Lahn & Page 1999); in plants such as Silene latifolia, Y chromosome evolution involved two large inversions, one paracentric
and one pericentric (Hobza et al.
Cytogenetic study of paracentric
inversions in Tridax procumbens (Compositae).
Iron bars and paracentric
keys are fast becoming antiques.
Countersunk rivets and a hardened steel shackle provide added protection, while a paracentric
keyway with drill protection makes the lock difficult to pick.
2 indicated that translocations or paracentric
inversions occurred in the amphiploid.
Akita S, Kuratomi H, Abe K, Harada N, Nukae N and Niikawa N: EEC syndrome in a girl with paracentric
inversion (7) (q22.