|Statement||by Elliot Pinhey.|
|Series||National Museums of Rhodesia. Occasional papers. Natural sciences -- v. 4, no. 28B, Occasional papers of the National Museums of Rhodesia -- v. 4, pt. 2.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 137-207 :|
|Number of Pages||207|
Tandem linkage in Dichoptic and other Anisoptera (Odonata). 71 p - 67 figs. 14,72 € (Order No. ) Pinhey, E. The Genus Aciagrion. 59 S., zahlr. Abb. - Occ. papers Nat. Museum of Rhodesia. 9,81 € (Order No. ) Pinhey, E. The status of a few well-known African anisopterous Dragonflies. 7 p - figures. 5,89 € (Order No. ). Books by Pinhey, E. at Pemberley Natural History Books. COVID Notice Please read our notice regarding COVID (Coronavirus). tandem linkage. Despite the morphological richness, no family requires more taxonomic attention than this (Anisoptera: Libellulidae). Odonatologica 6: T andem linkage in dichoptic. Clustering of all of the desmosomal cadherin genes so far examined has been observed at 18q Thus, linkage between DSG1 and DSG2 has been reported at 18q in a deletion panel of somatic cell hybrids (19), and DSG1 and DSG3 have been mapped by FISH to band q12 on chromosome 18 and colocalized on a kb SmaI genomic fragment (24).
Tandem linkage in Dichoptic and other Anisoptera (Odonata). 71 p - 67 figs. 15,- EUR (Order No. ) Pinhey, E. The female of Notiothemis jonesi Ris. 2 p - 2 figs. 3,- EUR (Order No. ) Pinhey, E. The Genus Aciagrion. 59 S., zahlr. Abb. - Occ. papers Nat. Museum of Rhodesia. 10,- EUR (Order No. ) Pinhey, E. The. Pemberley Books supplies a large range of Odonata and other Natural History books to order online Odonata - Anisoptera Illustrated keys to known Families, Genera, and Species in South America. by Heckman, C.W. Hardback £ £ Tandem Linkage in Dichoptic and other Anisoptera (Odonata) by Pinhey, E. Paperback £; Used Book. Tandem learning involves the pairing of individuals with different mother tongues working together in order to learn each other’s language. Learners can benefit from their partner’s expert knowledge about language and cultural issues, and they are able to improve their communicative competence by conversing with native speakers as well as. Note: An example of a tandem connection is several electronic or fiber optic circuits connected in series. 2. The connection of a group of entities in series, as in a chain. m in this sense chain. Synonym catenation.
Tandem linkage in dichoptic and other Anisoptera (Odonata). Occasional Papers of the National Museum of Southern Rhodesia 4: – Pinhey, E., a. Monographic study of the genus Trithemis Brauer (Odonata: Libellulidae). Memoirs of the Entomological Society of Southern Africa . Tandem host‐parasite dispersal inferred from similarities in phylogeographical patterns among Little Penguins and their ‘terrestrial’ ectoparasites. Katherine L. Moon. and the other found throughout New Zealand and in low numbers at some eastern Australian sites. Both lineages exhibited phylogeographical structure consistent with. Zygonyx torridus inhabits waterfalls, rapids and riffle sections. Males patrol over these sites. After copulation the partners perform an extensive search while flying in tandem over a wide range. The male, after landing on the female's pterothorax, brings his abdomen up and forward so that he can grasp the female's head or thorax with his anal appendages; he then lets go with his legs and straightens his body, thus having achieved tandem linkage. In most Anisoptera, the male appendages fit over the dorsum and rear of the female head, whereas in Zygoptera they fit over the .