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Molecular phylogeny of Palaearctic genera of Gomphocerinae grasshoppers (Orthoptera, Acrididae)
Abstract.  Molecular phylogenetic methods were used to examine morphologically based hypotheses concerning the taxonomic structure and relationships of the grasshopper subfamily Gomphocerinae. TwoExpand
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Comparative FISH analysis in five species of Eyprepocnemidine grasshoppers
The chromosomal localization of ribosomal DNA, and a 180 bp satellite DNA isolated from Spanish Eyprepocnemis plorans specimens, has been analysed in five Eyprepocnemidinae species collected inExpand
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Constitutive heterochromatin in karyotypes of two Cicadidae species from Japan (Cicadoidea, Hemiptera).
Karyotypes of males of cicadas Tibicen bihamatus (Motschulski) and Platypleura kuroiwae Matsumura were studied using C-banding technique. In Tibicen bihamatus two types of C-band distribution wereExpand
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C-banded karyotypes of some dragonfly species from Russia. II. The families Cordulegasteridae, Corduliidae and Gomphidae.
The C-stained karyotypes of five species of three dragonfly families from Western Siberia and Kunashir Island have been analysed. Gomphus epophtalmus Sel., G. vulgatissimus (L.), Nihonogomphus ruptusExpand
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C-heterochromatin in chromosomes of Ophiogomphus cecilia cecilia (Four.) (Anisoptera: Gomphidae) with notes on the sex chromosome origin in the species
Abstract The karyotype of Ophiogomphus cecilia cecilia (2n_=23, X0) was analyzed using C-banding technique. All autosomes possess terminal C-bands. The Xchromosome is the largest element of the setExpand
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Karyotypes, C-heterochromatin, and NOR in three species of the genus Gampsocleis fieb. /Orthoptera: tettigonioidea: decticinae/
The ability to induce an adaptive response by low doses of gamma rays was studied in normal and trisomic lymphocytes (47, XX or XY, +21). The results indicate the presence of an adaptive response inExpand
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B chromosomes, translocation between B and autosomes, and C-heterochromatin polymorphism of the grasshopper Podisma sapporensis Shir. (Orthoptera, Acrididae) in Hokkaido, northern Japan.
Seven categories of B chromosomes found in the brachypterus grasshopper Podisma sapporensis from Hokkaido populations differ in structure, size, and C-band content. The interchange between B and oneExpand
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Origin of Chromosomal Rearrangement: Phylogenetic Relationship Between X0/XX and XY/XX Chromosomal Races in the Brachypterous Grasshopper Podisma sapporensis (Orthoptera: Acrididae)
Abstract The brachypterous grasshopper Podisma sapporensis Shiraki (Orthoptera: Acrididae) consists of two major chromosomal races with different sex chromosome systems. In the X0/XX race, theExpand
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