In collaboration with his "lab mate", the karyologist Bohumil Kral, he has built a respected centre of mammalian karyology
, collaborating with colleagues from the U.K.
impaternata, these would each carry one or other of the two parental haploid sets of 5 or 14 chromosomes, since they are derived from hybrid maternal cells with the 2n=5+14 karyology
illustrated in Figure 2.
and karyotype analysis of diploid freshwater planarian populations of the Dugesia gonocephala group (Platyhelminthes, Tricladida) found in Sardinia.
Reproductive strategies, karyology
, parasites, and taxonomic status of Dugesia populations from Yemen (Platyhelminthes: Tricladida: Dugesiidae).
. The karyological analysis has shown that the rampant clone "Meshabash" was diploid with chromosome number typical for quaking aspen 2n = 38 (Figure 5).
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in Akodon (Rodentia, Sigmodontinae) from Southeastern Brazil," The Journal of Heredity, vol.
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for human diploid cells," Journal of Biological Standardization, vol.
of Fritillaria has been studied by several researchers with reported chromosome numbers of n=9, 12, 13 (Noda 1975; La Cour 1978; Basak 1991; Kamari 1991; Ozhatay 2002; Kamari and Phitos 2006; Teksen and Aytac 2008; Zonneveld 2010).
and cytotaxonomy of the genus Passiflora L.
, morphology and ecology of Thomasomys laniger and T.
Diagnostic characters, habitat, fur color, hair morphology, feeding and reproductive behavior, karyology
, bacular features in all examined specimen were assessed.