A karyological study of 55 species of birds, including karyotypes of 39 species new to cytology

@article{Belterman2004AKS,
  title={A karyological study of 55 species of birds, including karyotypes of 39 species new to cytology},
  author={R. H. R. Belterman and Leobert E. M. de Boer},
  journal={Genetica},
  year={2004},
  volume={65},
  pages={39-82}
}
The karyotypes of 39 avian species new to cytology are described, viz. Pelecanus crispus, P. occidentalis and Morus bassanus (Pelecaniformes), Ardea goliath, Ciconia episcopus and Leptoptilos javanicus (Ciconiiformes), Anas castanea, Anseranas semipalmata, Cereopsis novaehollandiae, Chloephaga rubidiceps and Netta rufina (Anseriformes), Falco jugger and Milvago chimachima (Falconiformes), Aepypodius arfakianus, A. bruijnii, Guttera plumifera, G. edouardi, Lophura edwardsi, L. imperialis and… CONTINUE READING
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