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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Computerized Discrimination Of Feulgen-dna Doubling Classes On Insect Diploid And Polyploid Nuclei Using A Scanning Spot Of 1μm X 0.5 μm Size
Author: Mello M.L.S.
Vidal B.C.
Abstract: The possibility of detecting insect somatic ploidy degrees from values concerning Feulgen-DNA doubling classes was investigated on malpighian tubes of Triatoma infestans Klug after using a relatively coarse scanning spot size. The size of the measuring spot was simulated to be 4 times that commonly used, by means of a computer program. The method was proved to be valid for nucleus types like those of T. infestans, Feulgen-DNA data with a reasonable discriminatory power being produced.
Rights: fechado
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Date Issue: 1979
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