Conserved autonomy of replication of the X-chromosomes in hybrids of Drosophila miranda and Drosophila persimilis

@article{Mutsuddi2004ConservedAO,
  title={Conserved autonomy of replication of the X-chromosomes in hybrids of Drosophila miranda and Drosophila persimilis},
  author={Mausumi Mutsuddi and Debasish Mutsuddi and Ardhendu S. Mukherjee and Ashish Kumar Duttagupta},
  journal={Chromosoma},
  year={2004},
  volume={89},
  pages={55-62}
}
The chromosome complement of hybrid males from the cross between Drosophila miranda female and D. persimilis male provides an interesting chromosomal situation where an autosome, the 3rd chromosome of D. persimilis, coexists with a homologue that developed into a sex chromosome, the X2 in D. miranda. Except for certain inversions and a few minor translocations, these two chromosomes (X2 and the 3rd) still look alike as polytene elements. However, in hybrid males pairing of the two chromosomes… CONTINUE READING
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