Reconsideration of the Karyological Relationship between Two Japanese Species of Shrew-moles, Dymecodon pilirostris and Urotrichus talpoides

@inproceedings{Kawada1999ReconsiderationOT,
  title={Reconsideration of the Karyological Relationship between Two Japanese Species of Shrew-moles, Dymecodon pilirostris and Urotrichus talpoides},
  author={Shin-ichiro Kawada and Yoshitaka Obara},
  year={1999}
}
  • Shin-ichiro Kawada, Yoshitaka Obara
  • Published 1999
  • Biology
  • Abstract Details of the karyological relationship between the lesser Japanese shrew-mole Dymecodon pilirostris (2n = 34) and the greater Japanese shrew-mole Urotrichus talpoides (2n = 34) were examined by five differential-staining techniques, namely, G-, C-, NOR-, Q- and CMA-banding. Staining revealed that thirteen autosomal pairs and the sex chromosomes of the two species exhibited strong homology in terms of banding patterns. The remaining three autosomal pairs, nos.13, 14 and 15, exhibited… CONTINUE READING

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