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allozyme

[′al·ə‚zīm]
(genetics)
One of two or more forms of an enzyme that are specified by allelic genes.
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Allozyme diversity in Anopheles quadrimaculatus (sensu stricto.
We used allozyme electrophoresis to address the following questions: What are the levels of genetic variation in the Georgia population?
Allozyme polymorphism in diploid and polyploid population of Galium.
The allozyme cladograms are all very similar; therefore, the
Analyses of 23 allozyme loci in > 700 individuals representing 18 moose populations in Scandinavia were required to reveal extensive genetic variation in moose (Ryman et al.
For example, Johns and Avise (1998) sequenced the mitochondrial cytochrome b gene from 28 species of rockfish and used these data, as well as the allozyme data of Seeb (1986), to construct molecular phylogenies.
Microsatellite and allozyme analyses reveal few genetic differences among spatially distinct aggregations of geoduck clams (Panopea abrupta, Conrad 1849).
Finally, (4) allozyme frequency differences previously published (Peterson et al.
Allozyme and morphological identification of Anisakis, Contracaecum and Pseudoterranova from Japanese waters (Nematoda, Ascaridoidea).
The difference between these two alleles lies in a single G[right arrow]C transversion mutation of nucleotide 177 in ALAD2; the allozyme resulting from the ALAD2 allele contains the substitution of a neutral asparagine for a positively charged lysine at residue 59 (Wetmur et al.
Fogo Island plants are identical to plants in western North America, including those from the type locality, in comparisons of leaf morphology, spore size, and allozyme expression.