The G bands in some autosomes are recognizable from man down to some Plantyrrhini species. The findings support the hypothesis that tetraploidy may have taken place in the mammalian lineage before the sex chromosome became lieteromorphic and suggest that the banding patterns now found in mammals must have been established prior to the duplication of the mammalian genome. © 1973 Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.
|Journal||Bolletino di zoologia|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 1973|