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Multiregional origin of B chromosomes in the grasshopper Eyprepocnemis plorans
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Analysis of chromosome localization of three molecular markers showed that B chromosomes in the grasshopper Eyprepocnemis plorans originated independently in Eastern (Caucasus) and Western (Spain and Morocco) populations.
Review of the Balkan Isophya (Orthoptera: Phaneropteridae) with particular emphasis on the Isophya modesta group and remarks on the systematics of the genus based on morphological and acoustic data.
A critical review of the taxonomy and systematics of the genus Isophya from the Balkan Peninsula, together with a revision of the I. modesta group, including its representatives outside the Balkans,
The Anatolio‐Balkan phylogeographic fault: a snapshot from the genus Isophya (Orthoptera, Tettigoniidae)
TLDR
Most of the studied phenetic species are monophyletic, but some earlier suggested morpho‐species groups are not, and three main episodes dominate the evolutionary history of Isophya, which well correlate with episodes of existing terrestrial connections between Anatolia and the Balkans.
Comparative analysis of the location of rDNA in the Palaearctic bushcricket genus Isophya (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae: Phaneropterinae)
TLDR
The cytogenetic mapping revealed great variability among Isophya species in the chromosomal location of major r DNA clusters, suggesting that the observed variation in the number of rDNA clusters can be an important species-group specific phylogenetic marker.
Karyotypes, C-heterochromatin, and NOR in three species of the genus Gampsocleis fieb. /Orthoptera: tettigonioidea: decticinae/
TLDR
The results indicate the presence of an adaptive response in lymphocyte of 3 normal donors, but in lymphocytes of 5 donors with trisomy 21 no significant adaptive response after irradiation with a low dose of gamma rays was found.
A comparative study of genome organization and inferences for the systematics of two large bushcricket genera of the tribe Barbitistini (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae: Phaneropterinae)
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It was concluded that the physical mapping of rDNA sequences and heterochromatin may be used as an additional marker for understanding interspecific relationships in these groups and their routes of speciation.
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