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A preliminary phylogenetic analysis of golden jackals (Canis aureus) (Canidae: Carnivora: Mammalia) from Turkey based on mitochondrial D-loop sequences
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The analysis indicated that Canis aureus consists of two allopatric haplog groups (a major haplogroup representing Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Italy, Serbia and Turkey, and a minor haplogroups containing one haplotype from India) within the sampling area.
Phylogenetic Status of the Turkish Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes), based on Partial Sequences of the Mitochondrial Cytochrome b Gene
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The present study shows that the Turkish red fox is nested within two main phylogroups and exhibits a high genetic diversity.
DNA barcoding of three species (Canis aureus, Canis lupus and Vulpes vulpes) of Canidae
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The validity of COI barcodes for detecting genetic divergence and to reveal whether or not there is a genetic variation at this marker within canids was tested.
A PRELIMINARY STUDY OF THE ALLOZYME VARIATION IN THE GREY HAMSTER, CRICETULUS MIGRATORIUS (MAMMALIA: RODENTIA), FROM THE ASIAN PART OF TURKEY
The aim of the present study was to evaluate the degree of genetic variation and divergence by cellulose acetate gel electrophoresis between samples of Cricetulus migratorius, a cricetine rodent
Distributional, morphological and karyotypic contributions for the Eurasian water vole, Arvicola amphibius (Linnaeus, 1758) (Rodentia: Mammalia), from Turkey
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Comparison of the findings with those of other authors indicates that there are karyotypic differences among the chromosomes of the Eurasian water vole related to the morphology of chromosomes.
Genetic analysis of Turkish martens: Do two species of the genus Martes occur in Anatolia?
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It is found that there was a genetically close relationship between the Turkish and the European stone marten populations, and the results suggest that Turkey was likely one of the refuges for M. foina during Pleistocene glacial periods and is one the centres of distribution of stone martens for Europe and the surrounding regions.
Genetic characterization of the Turkish gray hamster (Cricetulus migratorius) based on mitochondrial cytochrome b and 12S rRNA sequences
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The results of phylogenetic and network analyses indicated that there was a deep separation among the distinct lineages within the genus Cricetulus, and the Anatolian population ofgray hamster may have hosted a source population of the gray hamster for expansion to adjacent regions in the past period.
Phylogenetic Status and Genetic Diversity of the Turkish Marbled Polecat, Vormela peregusna, (Mustelidae: Carnivora: Mammalia), inferred from the Mitochondrial Cytochrome b Gene
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The present study shows that the Turkish population consists of individuals from all these three distinct phylogroups, and emphasized the importance of data obtained from the Turkish samples to reveal the phylogenetic relations among marbled polecat populations.
Karyological comparisons of the European hare (Lepus europaeus Pallas, 1778) from the Asian part of Turkey, with morphological contributions
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A comparison of karyological data for the European brown hare, Lepus europaeus, from the Asian part of Turkey confirmed the previous results with regard to 2n, but when comparing those of other authors, there were karyotypic differences among the chromosomes.
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