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graduate at Ciências Biológicas from Faculdade de Ciëncias e Letras Barão de Maua (1976), master's at Ecology from Universidade Federal de São Carlos (1983) and ph.d. at Ecology from Universidade Federal de São Carlos (1989). Has experience in Genetics, focusing on Animal Genetics, acting on the following subjects: citogenética, peixes, astyanax scabripinnis, pisces and cromossomos b. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Fishes of the Loricariidae (Teleostei, Siluriformes) present a wide morphological variation, as well as a wide karyotype variability, both in diploid number (2n) and structural chromosomal diversity, due to chromosomal rearrangements occurred throughout the evolutionary history of its species. The occurrence of chromosomal rearrangements is closely associated with DNA breaks in sites en...
The order Siluriformes comprises the second largest group of fish in South America, with more than 3,000 species, of which 109 belong to the family Pimelodidae. The diploid number in Pimelodidae ranges from 2n = 50 in Callophysus macropterus, to 2n = 60 chromosomes in Conorhyncus conirostris. The Bergiaria genus (Pimelodidae) includes two species: Bergiaria westermanni and Bergiaria pla...
The family Parodontidae comprises three genera: Parodon, Apareiodon and Saccodon, including 32 species considered valid. These animals are distributed in South America and part of Panama, except in the South Atlantic coastal basin in the state of Bahia, Patagonia and the Amazon River channel. In general, the karyotype macrostructure of the family appears to be conserved, with a diploid ...
Brazil is considered the richest country in terms of distribution of freshwater, possessing a large river system, distributed in eight major basins with a great diversity of fish species. Erythrinidae is a small family group of Characiformes, represented by only three genera: Erythrinus, Hoplerythrinus and Hoplias. In Brazil, Hoplerythrinus group is considered monotypic, represented on...
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DANTAS, Elisangela Santana de Oliveira. Estudos citogenéticos comparativos entre três espécies de Moenkhausia (Pisces, Characidae, Tetragonopterinae) de localidades diferentes. 2002. 53f. Dissertação (Mestrado) - Centro de Ciências Biológicas e da Saúde. Universidade Federal de São Carlos (UFSCAR). São Carlos.