Karyotypes of two American field crickets: Gryllus rubens and Gryllus sp. (Orthoptera: Gryllidae)

@article{Yoshimura2005KaryotypesOT,
  title={Karyotypes of two American field crickets: Gryllus rubens and Gryllus sp. (Orthoptera: Gryllidae)},
  author={Aya Yoshimura},
  journal={Entomological Science},
  year={2005},
  volume={8}
}
  • A. Yoshimura
  • Published 1 September 2005
  • Biology
  • Entomological Science
The karyotypes of Gryllus rubens (Scudder) and Gryllus sp. collected in the US were studied using conventional Giemsa staining and two differential staining methods. Both species had a chromosome complement of 2n = 28 + XX/XO, and the X chromosome was large and metacentric. In addition, nucleolus organizer regions (NOR) were detected in the short arm of one pair in the two species, and the NOR showed variation in size. The two species had species‐specific chromosome configuration and C‐banding… Expand
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