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Sex chromosome polymorphism in Bulgarian populations of Microtus guentheri (Danford & Alston, 1880)
Sex chromosome polymorphism in Bulgarian populations of Guenther's vole (Microtus guentheri Danford & Alston, 1880) has been described. All studied individuals of Guenther's vole have the diploidExpand
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Incipient road to extinction of a keystone herbivore in south-eastern Europe: Harting’s vole (Microtus hartingi) under climate change
Climate forcing, which is blamed for the decennial decline in the dynamics of vole populations in Central and Northern Europe, may have similar effects in southern (Mediterranean) Europe, even moreExpand
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Chromosome polymorphism in Bulgarian populations of the striped field mouse (Apodemus agrarius Pallas 1771)
Chromosome polymorphism in Bulgarian populations of the striped fi eld mouse (Apodemus agrarius Pallas, 1771) has been described. The diploid chromosome number is 2n=48 (NFa = 54). In the karyotypeExpand
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Expression of The Human Acidic Fibroblast Growth Factor in Transgenic Tomato and Safety Assessment of Transgenic Lines
ABSTRACT The establishment of transgenic tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) lines expressing human acidic fibroblast growth factor (haFGF) was reported. A nonantibiotic selection involving the manA geneExpand
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Copulatory behavior supports a new insight into taxonomic status of root vole Alexandromys oeconomus (Rodentia, Arvicolinae)
The aim of the study was to evaluate the phylogeny and relationships of the root vole Alexandromys oeconomus with the other species of the tribe Microtini, using the comparison of the characteristicsExpand
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Genome Response of Model Invertebrates and Vertebrates Species to Stress Agents in the Environment
ABSTRACT The genome response of model invertebrate and vertebrate species to stress agent in the environment was studied. The both group of species were collected from contaminated water stationsExpand
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Behavioral differentiation and hybridization of the European and Asian forms of Harting’ vole Microtus hartingi (Rodentia, Arvicolinae)
The final isolation of Europe from Asia took place comparatively not long ago — in the early Holocene – late Pleistocene which led to the division of Microtus hartingi area into two isolated partsExpand
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AGricUltUre AND eNVirONMeNtAl biOtecHNOOGY
The establishment of transgenic tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) lines expressing human acidic fibroblast growth factor (haFGF) was reported. A nonantibiotic selection involving the manA gene from E.Expand
Sex chromosome variability of Spermophilus citellus (Linnaeus, 1766) in the Southeastern part of the Balkan Peninsula
This work presents novel data that has allowed us to propose an evolutionary model for the karyotype of the European ground squirrel (Spermophilus citellus, L. 1766) based on sex chromosome variants.Expand
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Correction to: Incipient road to extinction of a keystone herbivore in south-eastern Europe: Harting’s vole (Microtus hartingi) under climate change
This correction stands to correct the title of the original article found to be published with the unnecessary “Concise title:” at the beginning of the title.
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