A comparative study of the karyotypes of eight Xenopus species and subspecies possessing a 36-chromosome complement.

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A comparative study of the karyotypes of eight Xenopus species and subspecies possessing a diploid number of 36 chromosomes (X.l. laevis, X.l. petersi, X.l. victorianus, X. borealis, X. gilli, X. fraseri, and X. clivii) was performed. Karyotypes based on the morphology and size of chromosomes differ only by the type and position of secondary constrictions… (More)

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@article{Tymowska1977ACS, title={A comparative study of the karyotypes of eight Xenopus species and subspecies possessing a 36-chromosome complement.}, author={Janina Tymowska}, journal={Cytogenetics and cell genetics}, year={1977}, volume={18 4}, pages={165-82} }