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graduate at Licenciatura em Ciencias Biologicas from Universidade Estadual de Ponta Grossa (2001) and ph.d. at General Biology from Universidade Estadual Paulista Júlio de Mesquita Filho (2006). Has experience in Genetics, acting on the following subjects: meiosis, sistema de determinação sexual, meiose, karyotype and citogenética. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
The order Scorpiones presents a high diversity of species and has revealed peculiar and intriguing chromosomal features, which can constitute model to understand the chromosome evolution in other groups of animals. This proposition is based on the fact that the examined species exhibited: 1) high interspecific and intraspecific variability in relation to diploid number and chromosome be...
Buthidae is considered phylogenetically basal within the order Scorpiones and presents the highest diversity of species taxonomically described. Cytogenetically, less than 5% of the described buthids were analysed, which exhibited very interesting chromosomal characteristics that can constitute models for understanding of the mechanism of chromosome evolution within the group. The Buthi...
The beetles of the subfamily Cassidinae s.l. are commonly known as tortoise, presented a world-wide distribution, however they have more diversity in the tropical regions, mainly in South America. Cytogenetically, less than 2% of the Cassidinae species were analyzed, which showed diploid number ranging from 2n=16 to 2n=51, and sex chromosomes system of the Xyp, X0, Xy, Xyc, Xyr, neoXY, ...
Pholcidae spiders are morphologically characterized by their small size of cephalothorax and abdomen in relation to the legs, which are extremely long and can reach up to twenty times the size of the body. Within the group of Haplogynae spiders, this family is the largest, with 1.241 species distributed in five subfamilies: (Ninetinae (Arteminae + Modisiminae) (Pholcinae + Smeringopinae...
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MATTOS, Viviane Fagundes de. Análise da variabilidade cariotípica e do comportamento dos cromossomos na meiose de escorpiões do subgênero Tityus (Archaeotityus) (Buthidae). 135 f. Tese (Doutorado) - Universidade Estadual Paulista "Júlio de Mesquita Filho" Instituto de Biociências (Campus de Rio Claro). (13/11840-0)