New developments in vertebrate cytotaxonomy II. the chromosomes of the cartilaginous fishes

Abstract

To date, the evolutionary history of the Chondrichthyes, their origins, mutual relationships and those to the other Vertebrates, are far from being reliably defined. This is primarily due to the paucity of the fossil record, in that only rarely have the cartilaginous skeletons of these animals been preserved. Paleontologists have been forced to refer, for… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00122048

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@article{Stingo2004NewDI, title={New developments in vertebrate cytotaxonomy II. the chromosomes of the cartilaginous fishes}, author={Vincenzo Stingo}, journal={Genetica}, year={2004}, volume={50}, pages={227-239} }