karyological


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karyological

of or relating to the structure or number of chromosomes.
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Morphological, karyological and phylogenetic evaluation of Cyclotrichium: A piece in the tribe Mentheae puzzle.
Worldwide the genus Fritillaria comprises 165 taxa (Rix 2001) of which 122 have karyological data (IPCN 2014).
1998: Morphological and karyological peculiarities of Spalax ehrenbergi Nehring, 1898 (Rodentia: Spalacidae) from Sirnak province.
Karyological and morphological changes in human diploid cells infected with Mycoplasma pulmonis and associated these changes with competitive mycoplasmal interference of host DNA synthesis.
Numerous karyological surveys have been done on the genus Microtus, enhancing the available cytogenetic and karyological data (Fredga and BergstrAlm, 1970; Mazurok et al.
Psammophilae Pawlus: morphometrical, karyological and AFLP analysis--Plant Syst.
Therefore our karyological data provided information about phylogenetic position of the analysed species.
Two species within Dendroctonus frontalis (Coleoptera: Curculionidae): evidence from morphological, karyological, molecular, and crossing studies.
First karyological analysis of an endemic fish, Zagros tooth-carp, Aphanius vladykovi Coad, 1988 (Actinopterygii: Cyprinodontidae) from Iran.
Evaluation of genome interaction from growth characteristics and karyological and morphological characters in triploid hybrids between wild goldfish and carp reared in Karelia.
Karyological characterization of four Neotropical fish species of the genus Hisonotus (Teleostei: Loricariidae: Hypoptopomatinae).