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  • n. An individual of a species that has a different chromosomal factor to another (e.g. haploid versus diploid)


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  • The FISH probes were then used in chromosome painting experiments on metaphases of the 2n = 40 cytotype.

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  • In this study we use for the first time, whole chromosome probes prepared by FACS of the Gymnotus carapo sensu strictu species, cytotype with 2n = 42.

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