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The diminution of heterochromatic chromosomal segments in Cyclops (Crustacea, Copepoda)
- Sigrid Beermann
- Biology, Medicine
- 20 April 1977
The chromosomes of Cyclops divulsus, C. furcifer, and C. strenuus, like those of several other Copepods, undergo a striking diminution of chromatin early in embryogenesis. The process is restricted… Expand
Chromatin rings as products of chromatin diminution in Cyclops
Nuclei from the interphase preceding the 6th cleavage (=first diminution) division of Cyclops furcifer were subjected to a micro-spreading technique (Counce and Meyer, 1973) and examined by electron… Expand