Lansium domesticum

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Noun1.Lansium domesticum - East Indian tree bearing an edible yellow berry
lansa, lansat, lanseh, lanset - East Indian tart yellow berrylike fruit
genus Lansium - a dicotyledonous genus of the family Meliaceae
tree - a tall perennial woody plant having a main trunk and branches forming a distinct elevated crown; includes both gymnosperms and angiosperms
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However, for several karyomorphs only chromosomal (2n) and fundamental (FN) numbers have been published without any data on chromosomal morphology (Gimenez et al., 2002; Lanzone et al., 2007).
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Sigmodontines are a group of rodents mostly distributed in South America that have high genetic diversity (Smith and Patton, 1993, 1999; Spotorno et al., 2001; D'Elia, 2003; Steppan et al., 2004; Lanzone et al., 2011).
Tesis de doctorado (253 pp.) en Ciencias Biologicas defendida el 2 de julio de 2009 por CECILIA Lanzone <>.
Karyotypic data for several phyllotine rodents have significantly contributed to the taxonomic delimitation of some of their species (Pearson 1972; Pearson and Patton, 1976; Zambelli et al., 1994; Tiranti, 1998; Spotorno et al., 2001; Bonvicino et al., 2003; Lanzone and Ojeda, 2005; Lanzone et al., 2007).
Karyotypically, the tribe Phyllotini exhibits high chromosomal multiformity (Ortells et al., 1989; Tiranti, 1998; Spotorno et al., 2001; Martino et al., 2002; Lanzone and Ojeda, 2005).
Esta propuesta esta a su vez sustentada por datos citogeneticos cercanos a esta localidad tipica (Spotorno et al., 1998) y analisis propios de la Puna de Jujuy (Lanzone y Ojeda, en prep).