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- Konrad Ocalewicz, G. Furgala-Selezniow, +4 authors Malgorzata Jankun
- Genetica
- 2013

The chromosomal characteristics, locations and variations of the C-band positive heterochromatin and telomeric DNA sequences were studied in the European grayling karyotype (Thymallus thymallus, Salmonidae) using conventional C-banding, endonucleases digestion banding, silver nitrate (AgNO3), chromomycin A3 and 4′,6-diamidino-2-phenylindole staining… (More)

A generalized relativistic harmonic oscillator for spin 1/2 particles is studied. The Dirac Hamiltonian contains a scalar S and a vector V quadratic potentials in the radial coordinate, as well as a tensor potential U linear in r. Setting either or both combinations S=S+V and D=V−S to zero, analytical solutions for bound states of the corresponding Dirac… (More)

- Konrad Ocalewicz, Piotr Hliwa, Konrad Pomianowski, Rodrigo Lisboa, Malgorzata Jankun
- Aquaculture International
- 2013

Although brook trout and the Arctic char hybrids are able to reproduce, individuals with decreased fertility or even fish that are unable to produce any gametes have been also described. Abnormal gonadal development and disturbances in the gamete production in the char hybrid offspring may be triggered by the odd chromosome number and disturbances in their… (More)

Spin and pseudospin symmetries in the spectra of nucleons and antinucleons are studied in a relativistic mean-field theory with scalar and vector Woods-Saxon potentials, in which the strength of the latter is allowed to change. We observe that, for nucleons and antinucleons, the spin symmetry is of perturbative nature and it is almost an exact symmetry in… (More)

- Rodrigo Lisboa
- 2002

Pseudospin symmetry in nuclei is investigated by solving the Dirac equation with Woods-Saxon scalar and vector radial potentials. We relate the pseudospin interaction with a pseudospin-orbit term in a Schroedinger-like equation for the lower component of the Dirac spinor. We show that this term gives a large contribution to the energy splittings of… (More)

We investigate the isospin dependence of pseudospin symmetry in the chain of tin isotopes (from Sn until Sn). Using a Woods-Saxon parametrization of the nuclear potential for these isotopes we study in detail the effect of the vector-isovector ρ and Coulomb potentials in the energy splittings of neutron and proton pseudospin partners in the isotopic chain.… (More)

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