The chromosomes of the domestic chicken View Full Text


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DATE

1932-12

AUTHORS

M. J. D. White

ABSTRACT

The diploid number in the chicken is 66 plus or minus two.The haploid number is 33 plus or minus one.There is a very great difference in size between the largest and the smallest chromosomes with every gradation in between.The largest pair of chromosomes in the male is represented by a single element in the female. These are regarded as sex-chromosomes.No sign of aW-chromosome was observed. More... »

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345-350

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