Cytological Contributions to the Phylogeny and Classification of the Rodent Genus Gerbillus View Full Text


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DATE

1955-04

AUTHORS

J. WAHRMAN, A. ZAHAVI

ABSTRACT

THE Gerbillinae are highly differentiated rodents exhibiting many instances of parallel specializations in external and anatomical features evolved in independent lines. Consequently, the present state of the taxonomy of this group is unsatisfactory. Three years ago we started an extensive study of the chromosome complements in the species occurring in Israel. The comprehensive cytological studies of Matthey1,2 enabled us to compare the idiograms of our species with those of others from different parts of the family range. More... »

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600

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Nature

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4457

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175

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