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The chromosomes of the tsessebe damaliscus lunatus






South African Journal of Zoology 22(4): 311-313

The chromosomes of the tsessebe damaliscus lunatus

Mitotic chromosome studies in five male tsessebe are described. The diploid chromosome number of 36 (NF = 61) is reported for the first time.

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Accession: 006614836

DOI: 10.1080/02541858.1987.11448062



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