karyological


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karyological

of or relating to the structure or number of chromosomes.
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Karyological studies suggest that the species has a diploid number of 44, however different populations differ in the types of chromosomes.
Molecular methods can usefully complement morphological and karyological studies in determining the status of oyster taxa.
Though extensive karyological studies have been made since 1978 in Turkey and new cytotypes have been recently discovered (Arslan et al.
Karyological investigation on some wild growing and indigenous cultivated potatoes of America.
(2001:10) concluyeron su revision de Phaenomys indicando que "the systematic position of Phaenomys is nevertheless not clarified by the analysis of morphological information, although karyological data suggest a possible affinity with the forms included in the genus Delomys".
First karyological analysis of an endemic fish Zagros tooth-carp Aphanius vladykovi Coad 1988 (Actinopterygii: Cyprinodontidae) from Iran.
Trans-Atlantic distribution of mangrove oyster species revealed by 16S mtDNA and karyological analyses.
Morphological and karyological peculiarities of Cricetulus migratorius (Pallas, 1773) (Mammalia: Rodentia) in the Zanjan province of Iran.
The present data extend the observation of apparent karyological conservatism in Cyprinodon to an unusual geographic "outlier" species.
Chromosome number and karyological characters were used in an analysis of nine species by Robotti and collaborators (1991).