Cytogenetics and karyosystematics of Oryzomys albigularis (Rodentia, Cricetidae) from Venezuela.

@article{Aguilera1995CytogeneticsAK,
  title={Cytogenetics and karyosystematics of Oryzomys albigularis (Rodentia, Cricetidae) from Venezuela.},
  author={Marisol Aguilera and Antonio P{\'e}rez-Zapata and Angela M. G. Martino},
  journal={Cytogenetics and cell genetics},
  year={1995},
  volume={69 1-2},
  pages={
          44-9
        }
}
Several authors have proposed that Oryzomys albigularis constitutes a supraspecific complex and that chromosomal pericentromeric inversions have played a fundamental role in the diversifying process. With the purpose of clarifying the unclear taxonomic situation of the nominal forms of O. albigularis living in Venezuela, a cytogenetic study was carried out on individuals from five different localities along the Andean range and the Cordillera de la Costa. All of the individuals examined showed… 
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