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Recurrent chromosome reshuffling and the evolution of neo-sex chromosomes in parrots

By zhenhuan huang and others at
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The karyotype of most birds has remained considerably stable during more than 100 million years evolution, except for some groups, such as parrots. The evolutionary processes and underlying genetic mechanism of chromosomal rearrangements in parrots, however, are poorly understood. Here, using chromosome-level assemblies of three parrot genomes (monk parakeet, blue-fronted... Show more
February 17, 2022
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Recurrent chromosome reshuffling and the evolution of neo-sex chromosomes in parrots
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