Geographical variation of chromosomal structure in Drosophila gasici

@article{Brncic2004GeographicalVO,
  title={Geographical variation of chromosomal structure in Drosophila gasici},
  author={Danko Brncic and Susi Koref-Santib{\'a}{\~n}ez},
  journal={Chromosoma},
  year={2004},
  volume={16},
  pages={47-57}
}
SummaryDrosophila gasiciBrncic 1957, is a neotropical species found in several parts of the Andes Mountain System. By means of the analysis of their external characteristics, chromosomes and hybridization test they have been included in the mesophragmatica group of species of the sub-genus Drosophila.The present paper describes the mitotic and polytene chromosomes of D. gasici from samples of natural populations collected at Bogotá (Colombia), Cochabamba (Bolivia), Arica (Chile) and San Luis… 
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