M. J. D. White
Articles written in Journal of Genetics
Volume 26 Issue 3 December 1932 pp 345-350
The diploid number in the chicken is 66 plus or minus two.
The haploid number is 33 plus or minus one.
There is a very great difference in size between the largest and the smallest chromosomes with every gradation in between.
The largest pair of chromosomes in the male is represented by a single element in the female. These are regarded as sex-chromosomes.
No sign of a
Volume 29 Issue 2 July 1934 pp 203-215
Volume 40 Issue 1-2 May 1940 pp 67-82
Volume 40 Issue 1-2 May 1940 pp 303-336
Volume 42 Issue 1-2 April 1941 pp 143-172
1. The majority of the Mantoidea have an
2. In one group of genera (subfamily Mantinae
3. The diploid chromosome numbers of the Mantids vary from 15 to 29 in the fifteen species which have been investigated. All the
4. In all the species studied meiosis seems to be of an anomalous type which differs in important respects from the process found in the Orthoptera Saltatoria. It seems impossible to determine by purely cytological means whether crossing-over occurs, since chiasmata are not seen.
Volume 42 Issue 1-2 April 1941 pp 173-190
1. Structural changes simultaneously involving the
2. These conclusions apply also to the Acrididae and the Mantoidea with the exception of the few genera where
3. In those subfamilies of Tettigonidae and Mantoidea where some of the species have
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