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Genetics
Cytogenet Genome Res (2019) 157 (1-2): 89–97.
Published Online: 26 January 2019
... are the sex chromosomes. We here identify a ZZ/ZW sex chromosome system in P. wirshingi . Furthermore, we show that 4 of the female-specific markers contain fragments of genes found on the avian Z and discuss homology with P. wirshingi sex chromosomes. Gekkota Lizard Phyllodactylidae RADseq Reptile...
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Cytogenet Genome Res (2009) 127 (2-4): 249–260.
Published Online: 23 March 2010
...T. Ezaz; S.D. Sarre; D. O’Meally; J.A. Marshall Graves; A. Georges Reptiles epitomize the variability of reproductive and sex determining modes and mechanisms among amniotes. These modes include gonochorism (separate sexes) and parthenogenesis, oviparity, viviparity, and ovoviviparity, genotypic...
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Genetics
Cytogenet Genome Res (2009) 127 (2-4): 213–223.
Published Online: 19 March 2010
... advertised or of their effectiveness, quality or safety. The publisher and the editor(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Cytogenetics Microchromosome Reptile...
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Genetics
Cytogenet Genome Res (2009) 127 (2-4): 261–272.
Published Online: 09 March 2010
.... Asexual Genomics Mitochondrial genome Parthenogenesis Reptile Sex Squamate Squamate reptiles are the only vertebrates that exhibit true naturally occurring parthenogenesis, where mothers produce unreduced, genetically identical daughters without the need for males or sperm for fertilization...
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Subject Area:
Genetics
Cytogenet Genome Res (2009) 127 (2-4): 204–212.
Published Online: 04 March 2010
... research. Reptiles are a karyologically heterogeneous group, exhibiting great variation in chromosome number, morphology, composition and G-banding pattern [Olmo, 2008]. As such, karyotypic data, in combination with the rapidly increasing amount of genomic information available, have the potential...
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