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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Cytogenetic Analysis Of Four Species Of Pseudis (anura, Hylidae), With The Description Of Zz/zw Sex Chromosomes In P. Tocantins.
Author: Busin, Carmen Silvia
Andrade, Gilda Vasconcellos
Bertoldo, Juciene
Del Grande, Maria Lúcia
Uetanabaro, Masao
Recco-Pimentel, Shirlei Maria
Abstract: Pseudis paradoxa paradoxa, P. p. platensis, P. bolbodactyla, P. fusca and P. tocantins were analyzed cytogenetically by conventional chromosomal staining, C-banding, silver staining and fluorescent in situ hybridization with an rDNA probe. Pseudis tocantins chromosomes were also stained with distamycin A/DAPI. All of the species had a diploid number of 2n = 24 chromosomes and the nucleolar organizer region (NOR) was located on pair 7. However, the karyotypes could be differentiated based on the morphology of chromosomal pairs 2 and 8, the region that the NORs occupied on the long arms of the homologous of pair 7, and the pattern of heterochromatin distribution. The subspecies P. p. paradoxa and P. p. platensis had identical karyotypes. Heteromorphism in NOR size was seen in P. p. paradoxa, P. p. platensis, P. bolbodactyla and P. fusca. Heteromorphic sex chromosomes (ZZ/ZW) were identified in P. tocantins. The W chromosome was subtelocentric and larger than the metacentric Z chromosomes. The differences observed in the C-banding pattern and in the position of the NOR on the sex chromosomes suggested that inversions and heterochromatinization were responsible for the morphological differentiation of these chromosomes.
Subject: Animals
Anura
Cytogenetic Analysis
Female
Heterochromatin
Karyotyping
Male
Polymorphism, Genetic
Sex Chromosomes
Species Specificity
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1007/s10709-007-9189-7
Address: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17713858
Date Issue: 2008
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