Chromosomal polymorphism caused by supernumerary chromosomes in the field mouse, Apodemus giliacus

@article{Hayata1973ChromosomalPC,
  title={Chromosomal polymorphism caused by supernumerary chromosomes in the field mouse, Apodemus giliacus},
  author={Isamu Hayata},
  journal={Chromosoma},
  year={1973},
  volume={42},
  pages={403-414}
}
Chromosome studies were made on 74 animals of the field mouse, Apodemus giliacus, a new form of the genus Apodemus described by Kobayashi and Hayata (1970). Extreme variations in number and morphology of chromosomes was observed. While the diploid numbers varied from 48 to 61, the number of acrocentric elements was consistently 48, except for one specimen which had 40 such elements. In contrast, the number and constitution of several biarmed elements and microchromosomes were highly variable in… CONTINUE READING
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