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Fig. 2 | Parasites & Vectors

Fig. 2

From: A standard photomap of ovarian nurse cell chromosomes and inversion polymorphism in Anopheles beklemishevi

Fig. 2

A standard cytogenetic photomap of ovarian nurse cell chromosomes of Anopheles beklemishevi. Chromosome arms are shown as X, 2R, 2L, 3R, and 3L. The vertical lines below the chromosomes indicate the boundaries of numbered and lettered divisions and subdivisions, respectively. Vertical arrowheads above the chromosomes indicate the locations of DNA probes of the four An. atroparvus genes orthologues. Brackets show inversions. Brackets with arrows indicate the exact positions of the inversions on X chromosome

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