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Molecular differentiation and taxonomy of the sunwatcher toad-headed agama species complex Phrynocephalus superspecies helioscopus (Pallas 1771) (Reptilia: Agamidae)
Lizards of the sunwatcher toad-headed agama species complex Phrynocephalus superspecies helioscopus, mostly distributed in Central Asia and Middle East, were examined using analysis of variation atExpand
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Phylogenetic relationships and subgeneric taxonomy of toad-headed agamas Phrynocephalus (Reptilia, Squamata, Agamidae) as determined by mitochondrial DNA sequencing
119 Toaddheaded agamas (Phrynocephalus) is an essenn tial element of arid biotopes throughout the vast area spanning the countries of Middle East and Central Asia. They constitute one of the mostExpand
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A family of short retroposons (Squam1) from squamate reptiles (Reptilia: Squamata): Structure, evolution, and correlation with phylogeny
Sequences of the SINE family specific to squamate reptiles have been isolated from the genomes of lacertid lizards and sequenced. These retroposons, which we called Squam1, are 360–390 bp long andExpand
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Cenozoic aridization in Central Eurasia shaped diversification of toad-headed agamas (Phrynocephalus; Agamidae, Reptilia)
We hypothesize the phylogenetic relationships of the agamid genus Phrynocephalus to assess how past environmental changes shaped the evolutionary and biogeographic history of these lizards andExpand
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A little frog leaps a long way: compounded colonizations of the Indian Subcontinent discovered in the tiny Oriental frog genus Microhyla (Amphibia: Microhylidae)
Frogs of the genus Microhyla include some of the world’s smallest amphibians and represent the largest radiation of Asian microhylids, currently encompassing 50 species, distributed across theExpand
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Unusual Pipistrelle: Taxonomic Position of the Malayan Noctule (Pipistrellus stenopterus; Vespertilionidae; Chiroptera).
Sergei V. Kruskop, Evgeniya N. Solovyeva, and Anna D. Kaznadzey (2018) Despite huge progress in the systematics of bats and, in particular, of the Vespertilionidae family in latest years, theExpand
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On the taxonomic position of the enigmatic genus Tonkinodentus Schileyko, 1992 (Chilopoda, Scolopendromorpha): the first molecular data.
The taxonomic position of the monotypic Vietnamese genus Tonkinodentus Schileyko, 1992 (for T.lestes Schileyko, 1992) has been considered in the light of the first obtained molecular data. BothExpand
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The powders with a crystallite size of 3-5 nm have been prepared by the reverse coprecipitation. The effect of coprecipitation temperature on the size of crystallites and agglomerates has beenExpand
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