Karyotypic Diversity in Genus Mystus (Bagridae: Pisces)

@inproceedings{Sharma1986KaryotypicDI,
  title={Karyotypic Diversity in Genus Mystus (Bagridae: Pisces)},
  author={Om Parkash Sharma and Nagesh K Tripathi},
  year={1986}
}
Four species of the genus Mystus viz., M. vittatus, M. bleekeri, M. cavasius and M. seenghala of the family Bagridae (Pisces) have been cytologically explored. The various cytological parameters such as chromosome number, morphology, funda-mental arm number (NF) and total complement length (TCL) have been determined in each species. In these species, the diploid chromosome number has been recorded to vary in the range of 2n=56±2. The meiotic studies have also been carried out in those cases… CONTINUE READING

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