B) MN82943, with 2n=62, FN=99, with 19 pairs of biarmed and 10 pairs of acrocentric chromosomes, and a heteromorphic
pair of small chromosomes; female individual, X chromosome as a medium autosomal.
The complement includes 10 bi-armed, 12 acrocentric pairs of autosomes and, occasionally, one heteromorphic
(subtelocentric/acrocentric) large autosomal pair.
lucii coincide with the heteromorphic
pair in the region of a secondary constriction, confirming that this is the nucleolus organizer region.
Morphology, anatomy and germination response of heteromorphic
achenes of Anthemis chrysantha J.
The structures were identified as heteromorphic
deutonymphs of Hypodectes propus (Order Astigmata) of the family Hypoderatidae.
sex chromosomes were found in Schizothorax esocinus.
indica (Schumann, 1886; Scott, 1978; Verdoorn, 1981; Thulin, 1998) were: cymes heteromorphic
, calyces unorderly, half (Scott, 1978) to none (Scott, 1978; Thulin, 1998) of the normal nearly completely fused stamen filament fusion lengths, a stipitate distended arcuate pistil, ovary abnormally shaped and stigma composite-nodular.
The Asteraceae presents higher heteromorphic
species frequency among the plant families, due to the position of florets in inflorescence (Clavijo, 1995; Imbert, 2002).
2010)] in males, and other own observation (in Sutton's slides) that some individuals carried a heteromorphic
autosomal pair: thus, both homologues could be microscopically identified according to size (Carothers 1913).
First, when one sees a liverwort, hornwort, or moss in the field or elsewhere, the observed specimen, with only a very few exceptions, represents the gametophyte (1n) phase of the organism's heteromorphic
alternation of phases (or generations).
In Gagrella unicolor male meiosis the sex chromosomes are seen as one or two heteropycnotic bodies at early prophase I and as a heteromorphic
pair from diplotene to metaphase I; furthermore they precede the migration of autosomes at both meiotic anaphases (Sharma and Dutta, 1959).
Meiotic complements of the three analyzed species of the family Bothriuridae contain no heteromorphic
chromosome pair, which indicates the absence of heteromorphic
sex chromosomes in males, as is also the case in Buthus occitanus (Amoreux 1789) and Pandinus imperator (C.