Molecular differentiation and taxonomy of the sunwatcher toad-headed agama species complex Phrynocephalus superspecies helioscopus (Pallas 1771) (Reptilia: Agamidae)

@article{Solovyeva2011MolecularDA,
  title={Molecular differentiation and taxonomy of the sunwatcher toad-headed agama species complex Phrynocephalus superspecies helioscopus (Pallas 1771) (Reptilia: Agamidae)},
  author={E. Solovyeva and N. Poyarkov and E. Dunaev and T. N. Duysebayeva and A. Bannikova},
  journal={Russian Journal of Genetics},
  year={2011},
  volume={47},
  pages={842-856}
}
  • E. Solovyeva, N. Poyarkov, +2 authors A. Bannikova
  • Published 2011
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Russian Journal of Genetics
  • Lizards of the sunwatcher toad-headed agama species complex Phrynocephalus superspecies helioscopus, mostly distributed in Central Asia and Middle East, were examined using analysis of variation at the mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase c subunit I gene fragment and fingerprint analysis of nuclear DNA (inter-SINE PCR technique). A total of 86 individual tissue samples from 53 populations, to the full extent representing different parts of the species complex range, were subjected to molecular… CONTINUE READING
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