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Genetic polymorphism and evolution in parthenogenetic animals. II. Diploid and polyploid Solenobia triquetrella (Lepidoptera: Psychidae).
Genic polymorphism at sixteen enzyme loci of four different chromosomal races of Solenobia triquetrella (bisexual, two diploid parthenogenetic races and tetraploid parthenogentiic) has been studiedExpand
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Genetic polymorphism and evolution in parthenogenetic animals. I. Polyploid curculionidae.
The genetic variability at enzyme loci in different triploid and tetraploid parthenogenetic weevil populations has been elucidated by starch gel electrophoresis. The overall genotype of individualExpand
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TWO PATIENTS WITH A 46, XX, Er CHROMOSOME CONSTITUTION
The clinical and cytogenetic features of two girls, aged 11 and 19, are described. Both have a ring chromosome replacing one of the chromosomes no. 18.
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Electron microscopy of chromatin elimination in Cidaria (Lepidoptera).
Elimination chromatin observable in the middle of the bivalents in oogenesis of the geometrid moth species Cidaria variata (subgenus Thera) differs distinctly from the chromosomal chromatin by beingExpand
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Genetic polymorphism and evolution in parthenogenetic animals
SummaryThe enzyme gene variability within parthenogenetic clones of Acyrtosiphon pisum has been followed by gel electrophoresis. No variation was observed within any clone. One enzyme locus was foundExpand
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Unequal sex chromosomes in a moth, Lozotaenia forsterana F. (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae).
The chromosomes of the biggest bivalent in the female of the tortricid moth Lozotaenia forsterana are of different size. Since the biggest bivalent in the Lepidoptera is usually the sex bivalent,Expand
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Pathenogenesis in animals.
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