Five distinct chromosome races of the common shrew Sorex araneus Linnaeus, 1758 including different metacentrics with monobrachial homology have been found in Poland. Their karyotypes include polymorphic arm combinations, and chromosomal forms differing in numbers of acrocentrics can be distinguished among them. The relationship between Polish and other European races of the common shrew has been examined by phylogenetic analysis using parsimony.
Oct 2, 2020
Aug 30, 2012
|Chromosome races of the common shrew Sorex araneus in Poland: a model of karyotype evolution||Oct 2, 2020|
Szałaj, K. A. Fedyk, S. Banaszek, A. Chętnicki, W.
Wójcik, J. M. Bogdanowicz, W. Pucek, Z. Wójcik, A. M. Zalewska, H.
Banaszek, A. Fedyk, S. Szałaj, K. A. Chętnicki, W.
Zima, J. Wójcik, J. M. Horakova, M.
Fedyk, S. Banaszek, A. Chętnicki, W. Cichomska, A. Szałaj, K. A.
Bulatova, N. Searle, J. B. Bystrakova, N. Nadjafova, R. Shchipanov, N. Orlov, V.
Kozlovsky, A. Orlov, V. Okulova, N. Kovalskaya, J. Searle, J. B.
Polyakov, A. V. Zima, J. Searle, J. B. Borodin, P. M. Ladygina, T.