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The chromosomes of sarcophagid flies



The chromosomes of sarcophagid flies



Kromosomo 2(24): 697-706



The chromosome cytology of the family Sarcophagidae (Diptera) is now reasonably well known. An attempt was made to review comprehensively the works of major importance dealing with the cytology of this family.

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