R Mathew Jones

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Chromosomal races of the common shrew differ in sets of metacentric chromosomes and on contact may produce hybrids with extraordinarily complex configurations at meiosis I that are associated with(More)
The Moscow and Seliger chromosomal races of the common shrew differ by Robertsonian fusions and possibly whole-arm reciprocal translocations (WARTs) such that their F₁ hybrids produce a(More)
Antagonists selective for either kappa- [e.g. nor-binaltorphimine (nor-BNI)] and mu- (e.g. beta-funaltrexamine) opioid receptors have previously been shown to reduce both kappa- and mu-opioid-induced(More)