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The phylogeny of howler monkeys (Alouatta, Platyrrhini): Reconstruction by multicolor cross-species chromosome painting
We performed multidirectional chromosome painting in a comparative cytogenetic study of the three howler monkey species Alouatta fusca, A. caraya and A. seniculus macconnelli (Atelinae, Platyrrhini)Expand
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Radiation and speciation of spider monkeys, genus Ateles, from the cytogenetic viewpoint
The chromosomes of 22 animals of four subspecies of the genus Ateles (A. paniscus paniscus, A. p. chamek, A. belzebuth hybridus, and A. b. marginatus) were compared using G/C banding and NORExpand
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Chromosomal similarities and differences between tamarins, Leontopithecusand Saguinus (Platyrrhini, Primates)
The karyotypes of two taxa of genus Leontopithecus(rosalia and chrysomelas) are studied. Their G‐, C‐ and NOR‐banding patterns are compared with those of representatives of the genus Saguinus toExpand
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Chromosomal characterization of two species of genus Steatogenys (Gymnotiformes: Rhamphichthyoidea: Steatogenini) from the Amazon basin: sex chromosomes and correlations with Gymnotiformes phylogeny
Gymnotiformes are an important component of the Neotropical ichthyofauna and they are known for their ability to generate and detect electrical discharges. Phylogenetic relationships of GymnotiformesExpand
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Phylogenetic studies of the genus Cebus (Cebidae-Primates) using chromosome painting and G-banding
BackgroundChromosomal painting, using whole chromosome probes from humans and Saguinus oedipus, was used to establish karyotypic divergence among species of the genus Cebus, including C. olivaceus,Expand
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Cytogenetic studies in Eigenmannia virescens (Sternopygidae, Gymnotiformes) and new inferences on the origin of sex chromosomes in the Eigenmannia genus
BackgroundCytogenetic studies were carried out on samples of Eigenmannia virescens (Sternopygidae, Gymnotiformes) obtained from four river systems of the Eastern Amazon region (Para,Expand
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Reciprocal chromosome painting between two South American bats: Carollia brevicauda and Phyllostomus hastatus (Phyllostomidae, Chiroptera)
The Neotropical Phyllostomidae family is the third largest in the order Chiroptera, with 56 genera and 140 species. Most researchers accept this family as monophyletic but its species areExpand
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Chromosomal studies in Callicebus donacophilus pallescens, with classic and molecular cytogenetic approaches: Multicolour FISH using human and Saguinus oedipus painting probes
This paper presents the karyotype of Callicebus donacophilus pallescens for the first time. The analysis included G-, C-, NOR-banding techniques and FISH with chromosome painting probes from SaguinusExpand
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Chromosome Evolution in Dendropsophini (Amphibia, Anura, Hylinae)
Dendropsophini is the most species-rich tribe within Hylidae with 234 described species. Although cytogenetic information is sparse, chromosome numbers and morphology have been considered as anExpand
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Comparative chromosomal study of five taxa of genus Callithrix, group Jacchus (Platyrrhini, primates)
The karyotypes of four marmoset species of the Callithrix jacchus group (C. aurita, C. kuhlii, C. geoffroyi, and C. penicillata) were investigated. The patterns of G‐, C‐, and NOR‐bands of theseExpand
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