autosomal pair was recorded in two specimens, consisting of a subtelocentric and an acrocentric chromosome (NFa = 67, Arslan & Zima 2015b).
pair in detail, specifically the secondary constriction and accumulation of heterochromatin differential (B and C).
They were identified as heteromorphic
deutonymphs (hypopi) of Hypodectes propus (Nitzch, 1861).
species, each diaspore type responds to specific conditions, which favors the species to establish in heterogeneous sites (Kingel, 1992).
Although Edmund Beecher Wilson, one of the leading cytologists of that time suspected that not only heteromorphic
bivalents (or univalents), but all bivalents experienced reduction at first division (Wilson 1925), the confusion persisted in the following papers by Carothers (1917, 1921, 1926, 1931) in which she studied segregation of heteromorphic
bivalents of several other orthopteran genera such as Circotettix, Trimerotropis, Mecosthetus and Amphitornis.
Aquatic or amphibious, stems creeping with adventitious roots from nodes and internodes; leaves heteromorphic
(photosynthetic and fertile), petioles filiform, blades palmately divided into 4 pinnae; sporocarps horizontal to strongly ascending near base of petioles.
Definitive taxonomic identification of most damselfly species is based upon microscopic examination, particularly of genital anatomy, and the genus Ischnura is a notoriously difficult one since in many species females, and sometimes males, may be heterochromic and even heteromorphic
life-history strategies in the brown alga Scytosiphon lomentaria (Lyngb.
Recombination between the male-specific markers and the sex-determining locus indicates that this region is not located on a heteromorphic
sex chromosome because recombination would be largely absent.
Massinga PH, Johnson SD, Harder LD (2005) Heteromorphic
incompatibility and efficiency of pollination in two distylous Pentanisia species (Rubiaceae).
Column pentagonal, heteromorphic
, outer surface of epifacet rounded to very rounded, smooth or slightly keeled; nodals may have vertical expansion at corners of columnals.
rugosa in central Japan has heteromorphic
sex chromosomes consisting of metacentric (X) and subtelocentric (Y) types in males, whereas in northern Japan it has heteromorphic
sex chromosomes consisting of metacentric (W) and subtelocentric (Z) types in females.