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A Molecular Phylogeny of Living Primates
Comparative genomic analyses of primates offer considerable potential to define and understand the processes that mold, shape, and transform the human genome. However, primate taxonomy is bothExpand
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Lemur Diversity in Madagascar
A basic understanding of the taxonomy, diversity, and distributions of primates is essential for their conservation. This review of the status of the taxonomy of lemurs is based on a 5-d workshopExpand
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Application of molecular cytogenetics for chromosomal evolution of the Lemuriformes (Prosimians)
R-banding chromosomal studies of 21 species of Lemuriformes allowed us to reconstruct the presumed ancestral karyotype of all the Lemuriformes except for Daubentoniidae and permitted the constructionExpand
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Y-autosome translocation and infertility: usefulness of molecular, cytogenetic and meiotic studies
Abstract An apparently balanced reciprocal translocation 46,X,t(Y;6) (q11.23 ∼ q12;p11.1) was observed in an infertile man with severe oligozooteratozoospermia. Different mitotic chromosome bandingExpand
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Non-telomeric chromosome localization of (TTAGGG)n repeats in the genus Eulemur
The chromosomal distribution of the (TTAGGG)n telomeric repetitive sequences was studied in the Malagasy species Eulemur fulvus fulvus (2n = 60), Eulemur rubriventer (2n = 50), Eulemur coronatus (2nExpand
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Species concepts and the determination of historic gene flow patterns in the Eulemur fulvus (brown lemur) complex
Eulmur fulvus, a complex comprising six subspecies, is a classic example of species status conferred through evolutionary taxonomy. We used the phylogenetic species concept as an alternative methodExpand
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Molecular phylogeny and taxonomic revision of the sportive lemurs (Lepilemur, Primates)
BackgroundThe number of species within the Malagasy genus Lepilemur and their phylogenetic relationships is disputed and controversial. In order to establish their evolutionary relationships, aExpand
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Tarsius dianae: a new primate species from central Sulawesi (Indonesia).
Description de Tarsius dianae, une nouvelle espece, sur les plans anatomie, vocalisation et comportement de retour au gite
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