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Keywords: Holokinetic chromosomes
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Cytogenet Genome Res (2015) 146 (3): 243–249.
Published Online: 22 October 2015
... (between 3 and 6 µm) and large chromosomes (>6 µm) more commonly show terminal or interstitial sites. In species with holokinetic chromosomes, the modal value of sites per karyotype was also 2, but they were found mainly in a terminal position. Adjacent 5S and 45S rDNA sites were often found...
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Genetics
Cytogenet Genome Res (2014) 143 (1-3): 136–143.
Published Online: 01 July 2014
... appear uniformly phosphorylated, increasing the labeling intensity at metaphase. The first pattern was observed in all tracheophytes with monocentric chromosomes, whereas the second one was restricted to the bryophytes and angiosperms with holokinetic chromosomes. In both cases, no particular kind...
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Genetics
Cytogenet Genome Res (2014) 142 (1): 46–53.
Published Online: 20 September 2013
..., 1979]. This diversity can be attributed to the occurrence of holokinetic chromosomes, which tolerate changes arising from chromosome fusions and fissions [Hughes-Schrader and Schrader, 1961]. Pentatomomorpha, particularly the families Coreidae, Lygaeidae and Pentatomidae, shows chromosome number...
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Subject Area:
Genetics
Cytogenet Genome Res (2013) 139 (1): 44–51.
Published Online: 02 October 2012
... the cytogenetic point of view, triatomines, as well as all heteropteran species, present holokinetic chromosomes, i.e. chromosomes without primary constriction and, therefore, without localized centromeres [Schrader, 1935; Hughes-Schrader and Schrader, 1961]. Male triatomines have a diploid number of chromosomes...
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Subject Area:
Genetics
Cytogenet Genome Res (2011) 135 (2): 111–117.
Published Online: 30 August 2011
.... In this work, we report the distribution of H3S10ph during meiosis in monocentric and holokinetic chromosomes of 6 insect species and in mitotic chromosomes of 7 mammalian species, aiming to investigate the labeling patterns in phylogenetically distant groups. The results indicated a very similar...
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Subject Area:
Genetics
Cytogenet Genome Res (2010) 129 (1-3): 82–96.
Published Online: 11 June 2010
...M. Guerra; G. Cabral; M. Cuacos; M. González-García; M. González-Sánchez; J. Vega; M.J. Puertas The centromere appears as a single constriction at mitotic metaphase in most eukaryotic chromosomes. Holokinetic chromosomes are the exception to this rule because they do not show any centromeric...