Chromosomal homologies and phylogenetic relationships of the vespertilionid bat genera Euderma, Idionycteris, and Plecotus.

@article{Stock1983ChromosomalHA,
  title={Chromosomal homologies and phylogenetic relationships of the vespertilionid bat genera Euderma, Idionycteris, and Plecotus.},
  author={A. Dean Stock},
  journal={Cytogenetics and cell genetics},
  year={1983},
  volume={35 2},
  pages={
          136-40
        }
}
  • A. Stock
  • Published 1983
  • Biology
  • Cytogenetics and cell genetics
The phylogenetic relationships of three plecotine bat genera were studied by comparison of chromosome banding patterns. The G-banded karyotypes of Euderma maculatum and Idionycteris phyllotis were found to be very similar, differing by only two pericentric inversions. Plecotus townsendii possessed a strikingly different G-band karyotype, which differed from that of Euderma and Idionycteris by several fusions and an inversion in the X chromosome. Only five pairs of biarmed chromosomes and two… 
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