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Complete mitochondrial genome of Stummer’s Racerunner (Eremias stummeri) from Kazakhstan
The complete mitogenome sequence of E. stummeri provides fundamental data for resolving phylogeneitc and genetic problems related to Eremia viviparity, indicating a close phylogenetic affinity of the sampled taxa in genus Eremias. Expand
Molecular detection, identification and phylogenetic inference of Leishmania spp. in some desert lizards from Northwest China by using internal transcribed spacer 1 (ITS1) sequences.
The results appear to be the first molecular evidence for natural infection of lizards in Northwest China with reptilian Leishmania and mammalian Leishmaniasis species and Desert lizards may be considered as putative reservoir hosts for LeishMania in China. Expand
Complete mitogenome of a variegated racerunner, Eremias vermiculata, from north of Tianshan Mountains, Xinjiang, China
The mitogenome sequence herein will provide fundamental data for further investigating the phylogeographical pattern of E. vermiculata, along with testing the barrier effect of the Tianshan Mountains to gene flow, and a preliminary phylogenetic inference has been implemented with five racerunner species and several other related lacertid species. Expand
Sequencing and analysis of the whole mitochondrial genome of a variegated racerunner from Taklamakan Desert
The whole mitochondrial genome of a variegated racerunner (Eremias vermiculata) from the Taklamakan Desert was determined using polymerase chain reaction and directly sequenced with a primer walking method, indicating close phylogenetic affinity of the seven Eremias species. Expand
The complete mitochondrial genome of Phrynocephalus forsythii (Reptilia, Squamata, Agamidae), a toad-headed agama endemic to the Taklamakan Desert
The complete mitochondrial genome was sequenced from a viviparous toad-headed agama, Phrynocephalus forsythii, which is endemic to the Taklamakan Desert, and may provide fundamental data for unveiling the phylogenetic origin and adaptive evolution related to Phry nocephalus v Viviparity. Expand
Patterns of Embryonic Nutrition and Characteristics of Chorioallontoic Placenta in a Viviparous Racerunner Lizard, Eremias multiocellata : a Preliminary Study
The weight of eggs with neonates and the features of chorioallontoic placenta during late stages of gestation were compared to identify the form of nutritional provisioning in Eremias multiocellata and the implications for interpreting the evolution of viviparity and placentation were discussed. Expand
Eremias multiocellata : A PRELIMINARY STUDY
In this study we observed the embryonic development processes and compared the weight of eggs with neonates to identify the form of nutritional provisioning in Eremias multiocellata. We also usedExpand