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Intraspecific chromosomal variation in five species of aphids (Aphididae: Homoptera: Insecta)

, : Intraspecific chromosomal variation in five species of aphids (Aphididae: Homoptera: Insecta). Cytologia (Tokyo): 563: 379-387

Of 5 species of aphids for which data on chromosome numbers are given, the diploid number for clones of Rhopalosiphum maidis derived from 2 different host plants in India were 2n = 8 and 10.

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Accession: 002416222

DOI: 10.1508/cytologia.56.379

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