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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27830052/first-detailed-karyo-morphological-analysis-and-molecular-cytological-study-of-leafy-cardoon-and-globe-artichoke-two-multi-use-asteraceae-crops
#1
Debora Giorgi, Gianmarco Pandozy, Anna Farina, Valentina Grosso, Sergio Lucretti, Andrea Gennaro, Paola Crinò, Francesco Saccardo
Traditionally globe artichoke and leafy cardoon have been cultivated for use as vegetables but these crops are now finding multiple new roles in applications ranging from paper production to cheese preparation and biofuel use, with interest in their functional food potential. So far, their chromosome complements have been poorly investigated and a well-defined karyotype was not available. In this paper, a detailed karyo-morphological analysis and molecular cytogenetic studies were conducted on globe artichoke (Cynara cardunculus Linnaeus, 1753 var...
2016: Comparative Cytogenetics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27830051/divergent-karyotypes-of-the-annual-killifish-genus-nothobranchius-cyprinodontiformes-nothobranchiidae
#2
Eugene Krysanov, Tatiana Demidova, Bela Nagy
Karyotypes of two species of the African annual killifish genus Nothobranchius Peters, 1868, Nothobranchius brieni Poll, 1938 and Nothobranchius sp. from Kasenga (D.R. Congo) are described. Both species displayed diploid chromosome number 2n = 49/50 for males and females respectively with multiple-sex chromosome system type X1X2Y/X1X1X2X2. The karyotypes of studied species are considerably different from those previously reported for the genus Nothobranchius and similar to the Actinopterygii conservative karyotype...
2016: Comparative Cytogenetics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27830050/the-presence-of-the-ancestral-insect-telomeric-motif-in-kissing-bugs-triatominae-rules-out-the-hypothesis-of-its-loss-in-evolutionarily-advanced-heteroptera-cimicomorpha
#3
Sebastián Pita, Francisco Panzera, Pablo Mora, Jesús Vela, Teresa Palomeque, Pedro Lorite
Next-generation sequencing data analysis on Triatoma infestans Klug, 1834 (Heteroptera, Cimicomorpha, Reduviidae) revealed the presence of the ancestral insect (TTAGG)n telomeric motif in its genome. Fluorescence in situ hybridization confirms that chromosomes bear this telomeric sequence in their chromosomal ends. Furthermore, motif amount estimation was about 0.03% of the total genome, so that the average telomere length in each chromosomal end is almost 18 kb long. We also detected the presence of (TTAGG)n telomeric repeat in mitotic and meiotic chromosomes in other three species of Triatominae: Triatoma dimidiata Latreille, 1811, Dipetalogaster maxima Uhler, 1894, and Rhodnius prolixus Ståhl, 1859...
2016: Comparative Cytogenetics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27830049/intense-genomic-reorganization-in-the-genus-oecomys-rodentia-sigmodontinae-comparison-between-dna-barcoding-and-mapping-of-repetitive-elements-in-three-species-of-the-brazilian-amazon
#4
Renan Gabriel Gomes Júnior, Carlos Henrique Schneider, Thatianna de Lira, Natália Dayane Moura Carvalho, Eliana Feldberg, Maria Nazareth Ferreira da Silva, Maria Claudia Gross
Oecomys Thomas, 1906 is one of the most diverse and widely distributed genera within the tribe Oryzomyini. At least sixteen species in this genus have been described to date, but it is believed this genus contains undescribed species. Morphological, molecular and cytogenetic study has revealed an uncertain taxonomic status for several Oecomys species, suggesting the presence of a complex of species. The present work had the goal of contributing to the genetic characterization of the genus Oecomys in the Brazilian Amazon...
2016: Comparative Cytogenetics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27830048/microchromosome-polymorphism-in-the-sand-lizard-lacerta-agilis-linnaeus-1758-reptilia-squamata
#5
Artem P Lisachov, Pavel M Borodin
Most true lizards (Lacertidae) share a conservative karyotype, consisting of 18 pairs of macrochromosomes and one microchromosome pair. Homeologues of the microchromosome are present in other squamates and even in chickens. No structural autosomal microchromosome polymorphisms have been described previously in lizards. We found homozygous and heterozygous carriers of a microchromosome variant in a Siberian population of the sand lizard, Lacerta agilis Linnaeus, 1758. The variant microchromosome was almost twice as long as the standard one...
2016: Comparative Cytogenetics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27830047/karyotype-and-sex-chromosome-differentiation-in-two-nalassus-species-coleoptera-tenebrionidae
#6
Dirim Şendoğan, Nurşen Alpagut-Keskin
Cytogenetic features of Nalassus bozdagus Nabozhenko & Keskin, 2010 and Nalassus plebejus Küster, 1850 were analysed using conventional and differential staining. Mitotic and meiotic chromosomal analysis revealed the diploid number as 2n = 20 (9+Xyp) in both species. Besides the general resemblance of two Nalassus Mulsant, 1854 karyotypes, important differences related to variations in the number of metacentric/submetacentric chromosomes, localization of highly impregnated regions which are considered as NOR and heterochromatin distribution are clearly observed...
2016: Comparative Cytogenetics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27830046/karyotype-stability-in-the-family-issidae-hemiptera-auchenorrhyncha-revealed-by-chromosome-techniques-and-fish-with-telomeric-ttagg-n-and-18s-rdna-probes
#7
Anna Maryańska-Nadachowska, Boris A Anokhin, Vladimir M Gnezdilov, Valentina G Kuznetsova
We report several chromosomal traits in 11 species from 8 genera of the planthopper family Issidae, the tribes Issini, Parahiraciini and Hemisphaeriini. All species present a 2n = 27, X(0) chromosome complement known to be ancestral for the family. The karyotype is conserved in structure and consists of a pair of very large autosomes; the remaining chromosomes gradually decrease in size and the X chromosome is one of the smallest in the complement. For selected species, analyses based on C-, AgNOR- and CMA3-banding techniques were also carried out...
2016: Comparative Cytogenetics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27830045/karyotype-diversity-of-pseudoscorpions-of-the-genus-chthonius-pseudoscorpiones-chthoniidae-in-the-alps
#8
Jana Kotrbová, Vera Opatova, Giulio Gardini, František Šťáhlavský
Pseudoscorpions are found in almost all terrestrial habitats. However, their uniform appearance presents a challenge for morphology-based taxonomy, which may underestimate the diversity of this order. We performed cytogenetic analyses on 11 pseudoscorpion species of the genus Chthonius C. L. Koch, 1843 from the Alps, including three subgenera: Chthonius (Chthonius) C. L. Koch, 1843, Chthonius (Ephippiochthonius) Beier, 1930 and Chthonius (Globochthonius) Beier, 1931 inhabiting this region. The results show that the male diploid number of chromosomes ranges from 21-35...
2016: Comparative Cytogenetics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27551351/chromosomal-analysis-of-physalaemus-kroyeri-and-physalaemus-cicada-anura-leptodactylidae
#9
Stenio Eder Vittorazzi, Luciana Bolsoni Lourenço, Mirco Solé, Renato Gomes Faria, Shirlei Maria Recco-Pimentel
All the species of Physalaemus Fitzinger, 1826 karyotyped up until now have been classified as 2n = 22. The species of the Physalaemus cuvieri group analyzed by C-banding present a block of heterochromatin in the interstitial region of the short arm of pair 5. Physalaemus cicada Bokermann, 1966 has been considered to be a member of the Physalaemus cuvieri species group, although its interspecific phylogenetic relationships remain unknown. The PcP190 satellite DNA has been mapped on the chromosomes of most of the species of the Physalaemus cuvieri group...
2016: Comparative Cytogenetics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27551350/rearrangement-hotspots-in-the-sex-chromosome-of-the-palearctic-black-fly-simulium-bergi-diptera-simuliidae
#10
Peter H Adler, Alparslan Yildirim, Zuhal Onder, G Taskin Tasci, Onder Duzlu, M Ozkan Arslan, Arif Ciloglu, Baris Sari, Nilgun Parmaksizoglu, Abdullah Inci
An extreme example of nonrandom rearrangements, especially inversion breaks, is described in the polytene chromosomes of the black fly Simulium bergi Rubtsov, 1956 from Armenia and Turkey. A total of 48 rearrangements was discovered, relative to the standard banding sequence for the subgenus Simulium Latreille, 1802. One rearrangement, an inversion (IIS-C) in the short arm of the second chromosome, was fixed. Six (12.5%) of the rearrangements were autosomal polymorphisms, and the remaining 41 (85.4%) were sex linked...
2016: Comparative Cytogenetics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27551349/simultaneous-visualization-of-different-genomes-j-jst-and-st-in-a-thinopyrum-intermedium-%C3%A3-thinopyrum-ponticum-synthetic-hybrid-poaceae-and-in-its-parental-species-by-multicolour-genomic-in-situ-hybridization-mcgish
#11
Klaudia Kruppa, Márta Molnár-Láng
Multicolour genomic in situ hybridization (mcGISH) using total genomic DNA probes from Thinopyrum bessarabicum (Săvulescu & Rayss, 1923) Á. Löve, 1984 (genome J(b) or E(b), 2n = 14), and Pseudoroegneria spicata (Pursh, 1814) Á. Löve, 1980 (genome St, 2n = 14) was used to characterize the mitotic metaphase chromosomes of a synthetic hybrid of Thinopyrum intermedium (Host, 1805) Barkworth & D.R. Dewey, 1985 and Thinopyrum ponticum (Podpěra, 1902) Z.-W. Liu et R.-C.Wang, 1993 named "Agropyron glael" and produced by N...
2016: Comparative Cytogenetics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27551348/chromosome-comparison-of-17-species-sub-species-of-african-goliathini-coleoptera-scarabaeidae-cetoniinae
#12
Anne-Marie Dutrillaux, Bernard Dutrillaux
The mitotic karyotypes of 17 species of African Goliathini (Cetoniinae) are described using various chromosome banding techniques. All but one are composed of 20 chromosomes, mostly metacentric, forming a karyotype assumed to be close to that of the Polyphaga ancestor. The most derived karyotypes are those of Goliathus goliatus Drury, 1770, with eight pairs of acrocentrics and Chlorocana africana Drury, 1773, with only14 chromosomes. In species of the genera Cyprolais Burmeister, 1842, Megalorhina Westwood, 1847, Stephanocrates Kolbe, 1894 and Stephanorrhina Burmeister, 1842, large additions of variable heterochromatin are observed on both some particular autosomes and the X chromosome...
2016: Comparative Cytogenetics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27551347/meiotic-behavior-and-h3k4m-distribution-in-b-chromosomes-of-characidium-gomesi-characiformes-crenuchidae
#13
Érica Alves Serrano, Cristian Araya-Jaime, Elkin Y Suárez-Villota, Claudio Oliveira, Fausto Foresti
Characidium gomesi Travasso, 1956 specimens from the Pardo River have up to four heterochromatic supernumerary chromosomes, derived from the sex chromosomes. To access the meiotic behavior and distribution of an active chromatin marker, males and females of Characidium gomesi with two or three B chromosomes were analyzed. Mitotic chromosomes were characterized using C-banding and FISH with B chromosome probes. Meiocytes were subjected to immunofluorescence-FISH assay using anti-SYCP3, anti-H3K4m, and B chromosomes probes...
2016: Comparative Cytogenetics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27551346/zz-zw-sex-chromosome-system-in-the-endangered-fish-lignobrycon-myersi-miranda-ribeiro-1956-teleostei-characiformes-triportheidae
#14
Alexandre Dos Santos Rodrigues, Aline Souza Medrado, Débora Diniz, Claudio Oliveira, Paulo Roberto Antunes de Mello Affonso
Lignobrycon myersi is an endemic fish species from a few coastal rivers in northeastern Brazil. Based on molecular evidence, Lignobrycon myersi and genera Triportheus Cope, 1872, Agoniates Müller & Troschel, 1845, Clupeacharax Pearson, 1924 and Engraulisoma Castro, 1981 were placed in the family Triportheidae. In the present work, we report the first cytogenetic data for Lignobrycon myersi to test the hypothesis that Lignobrycon and Triportheus are closely related. Studied specimens presented 2n=52 with 28 metacentric (m), 18 submetacentric (sm) and six subtelocentric (st) chromosomes for males and 27 m, 19 sm and 6 st for females, characterizing a ZZ/ZW sex chromosome system...
2016: Comparative Cytogenetics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27551345/cytogenetic-data-on-six-leafcutter-ants-of-the-genus-acromyrmex-mayr-1865-hymenoptera-formicidae-myrmicinae-insights-into-chromosome-evolution-and-taxonomic-implications
#15
Luísa Antônia Campos Barros, Hilton Jeferson Alves Cardoso de Aguiar, Cléa Dos Santos Ferreira Mariano, Vanderly Andrade-Souza, Marco Antonio Costa, Jacques Hubert Charles Delabie, Silvia das Graças Pompolo
Cytogenetic data for the genus Acromyrmex Mayr, 1865 are available, to date, for a few species from Brazil and Uruguay, which have uniform chromosome numbers (2n = 38). The recent cytogenetic data of Acromyrmex striatus (Roger, 1863), including its banding patterns, showed a distinct karyotype (2n = 22), similar to earlier studied Atta Fabricius, 1804 species. Karyological data are still scarce for the leafcutter ants and many gaps are still present for a proper understanding of this group. Therefore, this study aimed at increasing cytogenetic knowledge of the genus through the characterization of other six species: Acromyrmex balzani (Emery, 1890), Acromyrmex coronatus Fabricius, 1804, Acromyrmex disciger (Mayr, 1887), Acromyrmex echinatior (Forel, 1899), Acromyrmex niger (Smith, 1858) and Acromyrmex rugosus (Smith, 1858), all of which were collected in Minas Gerais - Brazil, except for Acromyrmex echinatior which was collected in Barro Colorado - Panama...
2016: Comparative Cytogenetics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27551344/organization-of-some-repetitive-dnas-and-b-chromosomes-in-the-grasshopper-eumastusia-koebelei-koebelei-rehn-1909-orthoptera-acrididae-leptysminae
#16
Allison Anjos, Vilma Loreto, Diogo C Cabral-de-Mello
B chromosomes occur in approximately 15% of eukaryotes and are usually heterochromatic and rich in repetitive DNAs. Here we describe characteristics of a B chromosome in the grasshopper Eumastusia koebelei koebelei (Rehn, 1909) through classical cytogenetic methods and mapping of some repetitive DNAs, including multigene families, telomeric repeats and a DNA fraction enriched with repetitive DNAs obtained from DOP-PCR. Eumastusia koebelei koebelei presented 2n=23, X0 and, in one individual, two copies of the same variant of a B chromosome were noticed, which are associated during meiosis...
2016: Comparative Cytogenetics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27551343/differential-repetitive-dna-composition-in-the-centromeric-region-of-chromosomes-of-amazonian-lizard-species-in-the-family-teiidae
#17
Natalia D M Carvalho, Edson Carmo, Rogerio O Neves, Carlos Henrique Schneider, Maria Claudia Gross
Differences in heterochromatin distribution patterns and its composition were observed in Amazonian teiid species. Studies have shown repetitive DNA harbors heterochromatic blocks which are located in centromeric and telomeric regions in Ameiva ameiva (Linnaeus, 1758), Kentropyx calcarata (Spix, 1825), Kentropyx pelviceps (Cope, 1868), and Tupinambis teguixin (Linnaeus, 1758). In Cnemidophorus sp.1, repetitive DNA has multiple signals along all chromosomes. The aim of this study was to characterize moderately and highly repetitive DNA sequences by C ot1-DNA from Ameiva ameiva and Cnemidophorus sp...
2016: Comparative Cytogenetics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27186347/a-chromosomal-analysis-of-eleven-species-of-gyrinidae-coleoptera
#18
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Robert B Angus, Teresa C Holloway
Karyotypes are presented for 10 species of Gyrinus Geoffroy, 1762: Gyrinus minutus Fabricius, 1798, Gyrinus caspius Ménétriés, 1832, Gyrinus paykulli Ochs, 1927, Gyrinus distinctus Aubé, 1836 var. fairmairei Régimbart, 1883, Gyrinus marinus Gyllenhal, 1808, Gyrinus natator (Linnaeus, 1758), Gyrinus opacus Sahlberg, 1819, Gyrinus substriatus Stephens, 1869, Gyrinus suffriani Scriba, 1855, Gyrinus urinator Illiger, 1807 and for Orectochilus villosus (Müller, 1776) (Coleoptera: Gyrinidae). The 10 Gyrinus species have karyotypes comprising 13 pairs of autosomes plus sex chromosomes which are X0 (♂), XX (♀), with the X chromosomes the longest in the nucleus...
2016: Comparative Cytogenetics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27186346/karyological-investigations-and-new-chromosome-number-reports-in-bellevalia-lapeyrouse-1808-and-muscari-miller-1758-asparagaceae-from-algeria
#19
Nadjat Azizi, Rachid Amirouche, Nabila Amirouche
Karyological investigations were carried out on four species of Bellevalia Lapeyrouse, 1808 and Muscari Miller, 1758 (Asparagaceae) sampled in contrasting bioclimatic conditions of Algeria. The endemic Bellevalia mauritanica Pomel, 1874 was found to have a tetraploid cytotype 2n = 4x = 16 and an octoploid 2n = 8x = 32 which is a new report. The chromosome number 2n = 2x = 18 in Muscari comosum (Linnaeus, 1753) Miller, 1768 and Muscari maritimum Desfontaines, 1798 was in conformity with earlier reports. The latter species reveals a lesser bimodality of the karyotype...
2016: Comparative Cytogenetics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27186345/chromosomal-mapping-of-tandem-repeats-in-the-yesso-scallop-patinopecten-yessoensis-jay-1857-utilizing-fluorescence-in-situ-hybridization
#20
Xuan Li, Zujing Yang, Huan Liao, Zhengrui Zhang, Xiaoting Huang, Zhenmin Bao
Construction of cytogenetic maps can provide important information for chromosome identification, chromosome evolution and genomic research. However, it hasn't been conducted in many scallop species yet. In the present study, we attempted to map 12 fosmid clones containing tandem repeats by fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) in the Yesso scallop Patinopecten yessoensis (Jay, 1857). The results showed 6 fosmid clones were successfully mapped and distributed in 6 different pairs of chromosomes. Three clones were respectively assigned to a pair of metacentric chromosomes, a pair of submetacentric chromosomes and a pair of telocentric chromosomes and the remaining 3 clones showed their loci on three different pairs of subtelocentric chromosomes by co-hybridization...
2016: Comparative Cytogenetics
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