Curini Galletti, Marco and Galleni, Lodovico and Puccinelli, Ileana (1984) Karyological observations on Turbellaria Proseriata: karyometric analysis of Monocelis fusca, M. lineata (Monocelididae) and Parotoplana macrostyla (Otoplanidae). Helgoland Marine Research, Vol. 38 (1), p. 171-178. eISSN 1438-3888. Article.
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A karyometric analysis of the chromosome set of the marine turbellarians Monocelis fusca, M. lineata and Parotoplana macrostyla has been carried out. The karyotype of the two Monocelis species investigated (2n=6) is formed by three pairs of small and similarly sized chromosomes: In M. fusca, chromosome 1 is metacentric, chromosome 2 acrocentric and chromosome 3 is subtelocentric.M. lineata also presents one pair of metacentric chromosomes (chromosome 2), while chromosomes 1 and 3 are submetacentric. P. macrostyla (2n=12) reveals two pairs of large metacentric and four pairs of small chromosomes, three of which are metacentric, whereas the last is subtelocentric.
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