Sei-ichi Kohno

Learn More
In eight hagfish species, it is known that chromosome elimination occurs during early embryogenesis, and some highly repetitive DNA families, restricted to germ cells, have been isolated. One of(More)
Using Giemsa staining, C-banding and Ag-NOR staining techniques, we analyzed chromosomes in adult male and female Hynobius quelpaertensis and in embryos of this species in egg sacs collected from(More)
Initial analysis of Pseudohynobius flavomaculatus chromosomes determined the chromosome number of this species to be 2n = 52. A re-examination of Ranodon shihi chromosomes detected 2n = 66(More)