Rena S. Nadjafova

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Results of chromosome G-banding were used to identify two new karyotypic races of the common shrew (Sorex araneus L.) in the European part of Russia. The chromosomal diagnosis of race St. Petersburg included five metacentrics (hk, ip, jl, mq, and nr) and two acrocentrics (g and o) (2Na = 20); the diagnosis of race West Dvina included six metacentrics (gm,(More)
The common shrew, Sorex araneus Linnaeus, 1758, has become a model species for cytogenetic and evolutionary studies after discovery of extraordinary Robertsonian polymorphism at the within-species level. Development of differential staining techniques (Q-, R-and G-banding) made it possible to identify the chromosomal arms and their combination in racial(More)
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