karyology


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kar·y·ol·o·gy

(kar'ē-ol'ŏ-jē),
The branch of cytology that deals with the study of the cell nucleus, its organelles, structures, and functions.
[karyo + -logy]

kar·y·ol·o·gy

(kar'ē-ol'ŏ-jē)
The branch of cytology that deals with the study of the cell nucleus and its organelles, structures, and functions.
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Her daughter workers and gynes would have had the unmatched allodiploid karyology illustrated in Figure 2, compromising any normal reproductive future (for example, their gametes would be a statistical 50:50 mix of those of the two parental species).
Morphological variation, karyology, and systematic relationships of Heteromys gaumeri (Rodentia: Hete romyidae), p.
Karyology, morphology, and ecology of Thomasomys laniger and T.
Karyology of cells in culture: trypsin technique to reveal G-bands.
The purpose of this paper is intended as both informative with regard to application of a simple but efficient mechanism to evaluate genomic diversity and attempts to address and integrate two distinct issues that are believed to be of valuable as approaches in avian karyology and statistical analysis that have been ignored and often misrepresented.
There are reports about its morphology (Goeldi, 1905; Roback, 1962; Fittkau, 1965; Paggi, 1979; Spies et al., 2002), karyology and DNA sequencing (Spies et al., 2002) as well as many ecotoxicology test studies (Iannacone and Alvarino, 1998; Iannacone and Dale, 1999; Iannacone et al., 1999), but there is no available information about the life cycle of this species.