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Evolutionary history of mole rats (genus Nannospalax) inferred from mitochondrial cytochrome b sequence
Mole rats (genus Nannospalax) display prolific chromosomal variation with more than 50 distinct cytotypes. These cytotypes are largely indistinguishable morphologically, are mainly allopatric andExpand
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Karyotypes of the mammals of Turkey and neighbouring regions: a review
Abstract. Available data on karyotypes of the mammals from Turkey and neighbouring regions (the Balkans, the Caucasus, and the Middle East) were summarized and reviewed in respect of theirExpand
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Variation in C-heterochromatin and NOR distribution among chromosomal races of mole rats (Spalacidae) from Central Anatolia, Turkey
Abstract In this study, the 2n=40, 58, 60 chromosome races of mole rats of the Nannospalax nehringi superspecies from the Konya province in Turkey were investigated. Conventional chromosome staining,Expand
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Mitochondrial divergence between three cytotypes of the Anatolian Mole Rat, Nannospalax xanthodon (Nordmann, 1840)
Abstract The Blind Mole Rats of Anatolia (Nannospalax xanthodon (Nordmann, 1840)) are characterised by prolific chromosomal diversification. While the geographic distribution of various cytotypes isExpand
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Review of chromosome races in blind mole rats (Spalax and Nannospalax)
Abstract. The blind mole rats (Spalacinae) reveal fascinating chromosomal variation, resulting from complex karyotype re-arrangements. This variation occurs between species, between populations ofExpand
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The 49a,f haplotype 11 is a new marker of the EU19 lineage that traces migrations from northern regions of the Black Sea.
Previous studies on human Y-chromosome polymorphisms in the European populations highlighted the high frequency of the 49a,f/TaqI haplotype 11 and of the Eu19 (M17) lineage in Eastern Europe. ToExpand
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Phylogenetic relationships among the Old World Sciurus squirrels
Phylogenetic relationships of Sciurus were examined based on the mitochondrial cytochrome b gene sequences of three Old World and four New World species. The purpose was to test for monophyly in OldExpand
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Contribution to the Taxonomical and Biological Characteristics of Sciurus anomalus in Turkey (Mammalia: Rodentia)
This study is based on 62 Sciurus anomalus specimens obtained from Konya, Karaman, Kutahya and Corum provinces between 1997 and 2002. Some ecological and biological features of the species, includingExpand
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G- and C-Banded Karyotype of Cricetulus migratorius Pallas, 1773 (Mammalia: Rodentia) in Central Anatolia
The present study reports the banding patterns (G- and C-banding) of chromosomes of Cricetulus migratorius from Central Anatolia. Karyotype of C. migratorius comprised (2n) 22 chromosomes. The numberExpand
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Cytogenetic studies on the endemic Beyşehir nase, Chondrostoma beysehirense (Bogutskaya, 1997) in Turkey
Abstract We present detailed cytogenetic properties of the Beyşehir nase, Chondrostoma beysehirense from Lake Beyşehir investigated through conventional Giemsa staining, C-banding and Ag-NOR in 10Expand
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