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Chromosomes and phylogeny of coleoptera

R. K. Kacker

Chromosomes and phylogeny of coleoptera

by R. K. Kacker

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Published by Zoological Survey of India in Calcutta .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India
    • Subjects:
    • Beetles -- India -- Cytology.,
    • Beetles -- India -- Phylogeny.,
    • Chromosomes.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 27-35).

      StatementR.K. Kacker.
      SeriesRecords of the Zoological Survey of India ;, occasional paper no. 147, Records of the Zoological Survey of India., occasional paper no. 147.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL592.I4 K33 1993
      The Physical Object
      Pagination35 p., 4 p. of plates :
      Number of Pages35
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1061140M
      LC Control Number93906489

      COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. Taxon names authored (List may be incomplete) 3 taxon names authored by David Robert Maddison; Publications [] (List may be incomplete) []. Bousquet, Y., A. Smetana, and Maddison, D.R.. Trechus quadristriatus, a Palearctic species introduced into North America (Coleoptera.

      B chromosomes are widely distributed among eukaryotes. Table summarizes the number of species in which B chromosomes have been found to date in different taxa. It shows that B chromosomes have been reported in 10 species of fungi, nearly plants (more than when different ploidy levels of the same species are considered separately), and well over animals. The evolutionary origin of a novel karyotype in Timarcha (Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae) and general trends of chromosome evolution in the genus J. Go´mez-Zurita1,2 and E. Petitpierre3,4 Abstract In this work, we have analysed the karyotypes of six species of Timarcha for the first time and updated the cytological information for two.

      The Adephaga (Coleoptera): phylogeny and evolutionary history. Pp. in Pakaluk and Slipinski (). Bils, W. Das Abdomende weiblicher, terrestrisch lebender Adephaga (Coleoptera) und seine Bedeutung für die Phylogenie. Phylogeny of phyllostomid bats (Mammalia, Chiroptera): data from diverse morphological systems, sex chromosomes, and restriction sites. Bulletin of the AMNH ; no.


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Chromosomes and phylogeny of coleoptera by R. K. Kacker Download PDF EPUB FB2

Sex chromosome evolution in moths and butterflies. Chromosome Res. – [Google Scholar] Sánchez L. Sex-determining mechanisms in insects. Int J Dev Biol. – [Google Scholar] Smith SG, Virkki N. Coleoptera. Animal cytogenetics Vol. 3: Insecta. Berlin-Stuttgart: Gebruder Borntraeger. [Google Scholar]Cited by: The main shifts in the chromosomal evolution of Chrysomelinae seems to be centric fissions and pericentric inversions but other changes as centric fusions are also clearly demonstrated.

The biarmed chromosome shape is the prevalent condition, as found in most Coleoptera, although a fair number of species hold a few uniarmed chromosomes at by: 8. Introduction.

The subfamily Chrysomelinae is a group of mostly quite large or medium sized leaf beetles mainly distributed in cool and temperate regions of the world, which are composed of genera (Daccordi ), and nearly species worldwide (Farrell ; Reid et al. From the cytogenetic standpoints, this subfamily is relatively well-known since nearly taxa and Cited by: 1.

KACKER: Chromosomes & phylogeny of Coleoptera II. Meloidae i1 Mylabris pnstulata Thunberg The chromosome studies were carried out in two male individuals.

Meiosis, was already over in the testicular follicles which, however, contained a large number of metaphase I and a few Anaphase I stages.

the Xy p sex chromosome system in Coleoptera, Volume 2. Hydrophiloidea (s. str.) (Coleoptera). Apollo Books, Stenstrup. A review of karyotypic evolution and phylogeny of carabid beetles. Two main trends in the karyotype evolution of parasitic Hymenoptera were described: the decrease in chromosome numbers (from n = to and then to n = ) and dissymmetrization of the.

Kacker, R K. Studies on the chromosomes of Indian Coleoptera VI. Chromosome numbers and sex determining mechanisms in 15 species of Coleoptera. Newsl.

India. B chromosomes have so far been described in about 80 species of Coleoptera, mainly using conventional staining analysis. In this study, individuals of the dung beetle Dichotomius sericeus (Coleoptera), collected from three isolated geographical areas in the State of Pernambuco, Brazil, were analyzed to determine the frequency, prevalence, distribution, meiotic behavior, and possible B.

Phylogenetic relationships between genera Dorcadion, Lamia, Morimus, Herophila and some other Lamiinae (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) based on chromosome and CO1 gene sequence comparison - Themis Giannoulis, Anne-Marie Dutrillaux, Constantina Sarri, Zissis Mamuris, Bernard Dutrillaux.

Yosida T. () Chromosome studies in the Coleoptera. A study of chromosomes in ten species of Coccinellidae and Chrysomelidae. Japanese Journal of Genetics – doi: /jjg; Yosida T. () Distinction of three species of Epilachna based on the cytological evidence.

Matsumushi 2: – Zhang L, Rong YS. Thus, the high chromosome number species, w 38, 40, 45, 46 and 47 chromosomes have probably evolved in several branches from the previous species by an increase of the chromosome. Molecular phylogeny, chromosomes, and host plant affiliation of Chrysolina and Oreina (Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae).

Conference Paper (PDF Available) August. The complete mitochondrial genome of Manticora tibialis was recovered in all three assemblies.

The mitogenomes for the other ten sequenced species were nearly complete. The gene order followed the presumed ancestral mitogenome gene order in insects (Cameron, ).However, the mitogenome of Omus cazieri showed two major rearrangements and constitutes the second discovery. Six specimens of Anoplotrupes stercorosus (Coleoptera Scarabaeoidea: Geotrupidae) were analysed using conventional staining, banding techniques and fluorescent in situ hybridization with a ribosomal probe (rDNA FISH).

Detailed karyotype description was also joined to a comparative analysis between present data and those previously reported for Thorectes intermedius [Chromosome Res.

The main shifts in the chromosomal evolution of Chrysomelinae seems to be centric fissions and pericentric inversions but other changes as centric fusions are also clearly demonstrated. The biarmed chromosome shape is the prevalent condition, as found in most Coleoptera, although a fair number of species hold a few uniarmed chromosomes at least.

Pons J. () Evolution of diploid chromosome number, sex-determining systems and heterochromatin in Western Mediterranean and Canarian species of the genus Pimelia (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae). Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research 81– doi: /jx.

Recently, Zhang et al. () inferred the higher-level phylogeny of Coleoptera by analyzing 95 nuclear protein-coding genes in beetle species. These analyses consistently recovered the monophyly of both Polyphaga and Cucujiformia and supported a basal position for Scirtiformia within Polyphaga.

Phylogeny and Classification of Caraboidea (Coleoptera:Adephaga): Proceedings of a Symposium, 28 AugustFlorence, Italy: XX International Congress of Entomology George E.

Ball Museo regionale di scienze naturali, - Science - pages. Chromosomes and phylogeny in Crepis. Berkeley, Calif., University of California Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: E B Babcock; Lillian Hollingshead; Donald Ross Cameron; James Angus Jenkins.

The biarmed chromosome shape is the prevalent condition, as found in most Coleoptera, although a fair number of species hold a few uniarmed chromosomes at least. In this work I have discussed how our own chromosomes have been transmitted and altered as far back as we may trace their phylogeny into the past.

To make the work more complete, the composition and evolution of our own genome had also to be consiered in order to understand some of the recent findings at the chromosome level. In these taxa, the female carries two different sex chromosomes (Z and W) and the male is the homogametic sex (ZZ).

Both sex determination systems occur frequently in insect species, but other types exist as well. All hymenopterans (ants, bees, wasps, and sawflies) lack sex chromosomes, as do thrips, and a number of smaller clades across insects.Chromosomes sometimes fail to separate during meiosis, a phenomenon known as a result, one haploid daughter gamete contains both members of a chromosomal pair for a total of 24 chromosomes, whereas the other haploid gamete contains only 22 chromosomes (Fig.

).When such gametes combine with normal gametes of the opposite sex (with 23 chromosomes), the resulting .