Differently from our results, this author found a significant heteromorphism
in the NOR staining in all Cichlidae species analyzed, even in metaphases from the same individual.
In all species, there is heteromorphism
between X and Y chromosomes.
This might be related to partial heteromorphism
of experiential and semantic knowledge of emotions, found in earlier studies of Estonian lexicon of emotion (Vainik 2006).
Plants that possess seed heteromorphism
are ideal study organisms for learning about the evolution of reproductive strategies because seed functions, such as dispersal and germination, often vary with seed morphology (e.
It also suggests that these fissures may provide the basis for an increasing heteromorphism
within the university sector--a heteromorphism
which might be obscured following the dissolution of the binary divide between universities and polytechnics, and recent categorizations of universities into 'old' and 'new'.
Silver-staining and heteromorphism
of chromosomal nucleolus organizer regions in North American cyprinid fishes.
Variation in the centromeric position, resulting in acrocentric/subtelocentric heteromorphism
, is particularly often found in the two largest autosomal pairs (Ivanitskaya et al.
and structural features of the pollen tube pathway.
There were no sex-related chromosome heteromorphism
to heterochromatin: supernumerary segments.
More detailed genetic studies are planned to address both the evolution of hybrid sterility and sperm heteromorphism
in these subspecies.
Convergent evolution of cleistogamy and seed heteromorphism
in two perennial grasses.