Phylogenetic Analysis and Karyotype Evolution in Two Species of Core Gruiformes: Aramides cajaneus and Psophia viridis

@article{Furo2020PhylogeneticAA,
  title={Phylogenetic Analysis and Karyotype Evolution in Two Species of Core Gruiformes: Aramides cajaneus and Psophia viridis},
  author={Ivanete de Oliveira Furo and Rafael Kretschmer and Patricia Caroline Mary O’Brien and Jorge Claudio Pereira and Malcolm Andrew Ferguson-Smith and Edivaldo Herculano Corr{\^e}a de Oliveira},
  journal={Genes},
  year={2020},
  volume={11}
}
Gruiformes is a group with phylogenetic issues. Recent studies based on mitochondrial and genomic DNA have proposed the existence of a core Gruiformes, consisting of five families: Heliornithidae, Aramidae, Gruidae, Psophiidae and Rallidae. Karyotype studies on these species are still scarce, either by conventional staining or molecular cytogenetics. Due to this, this study aimed to analyze the karyotype of two species (Aramides cajaneus and Psophia viridis) belonging to families Rallidae and… 

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