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The composition, pairing and separation of the sex chromosomes and the phenotype of the polyploid silkworm Bombyx mori


Journal of South China Agricultural University 15(4): 104-109
The composition, pairing and separation of the sex chromosomes and the phenotype of the polyploid silkworm Bombyx mori
The pairing and separation of the sex chromosomes of tetraploid females of the silkworm Bombyx mori and the relationship between the egg morphology and fertility and the chromosome formula of triploid females were investigated.


Accession: 002980620



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