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Absence of the B chromosome in karyotypes of the yellow-necked wood mouse Apodemus flavicollis from Asia Minor


Absence of the B chromosome in karyotypes of the yellow-necked wood mouse Apodemus flavicollis from Asia Minor



Folia Zoologica 462: 191-192



ISSN/ISBN: 0139-7893

The species status in samples of wood mice of the genus Apodemus, originating from several localities in Asia Minor, was determined using allozyme markers. Chromosome constitution was examined in every species and absence of the B chromosomes was observed in A. flavicollis and the other species under study. This finding may indicate genetic divergence between populations of A. flavicollis from Europe and Asia Minor, respectively.

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