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M. Mühlmann and Mühlmann, M., Molecular cytogenetics in metaphase and interphase cells for cancer and genetic research, diagnosis and prognosis. Application in tissue sections and cell suspensions, vol. 1. pp. 117-127, 2002.
C. Alberto Longui, Rocha, M. Neves, Martinho, L. Carla Albu, Gomes, G. Gir, de Miranda, R. Eustachio, Lima, T. Alves de S., Melo, M. Barbosa, and Monte, O., Molecular detection of XO - Turner syndrome, vol. 1, pp. 266-270, 2002.
J. P. Tomkins, Luo, M., Fang, G. C., Main, D., Goicoechea, J. L., Atkins, M., Frisch, D. A., Page, R. E., Guzmán-Novoa, E., Yu, Y., Hunt, G., and Wing, R. A., New genomic resources for the honey bee (Apis mellifera L.): development of a deep-coverage BAC library and a preliminary STC database, vol. 1, pp. 306-316, 2002.
A. Som and Singh, B. N., No evidence for minority male mating advantage in wild type strains of Drosophila ananassae tested in multiple-choice experiments, vol. 1, pp. 317-326, 2002.
S. S. Sandhu, Bastos, C. R., Azini, L. Ernesto, Neto, A. Tulmann, and Colombo, C., RAPD analysis of herbicide-resistant Brasilian rice lines produced via mutagenesis, vol. 1, pp. 359-370, 2002.
M. Bernat, Titos, E., and Clària, J., Rapid identification of single nucleotide polymorphisms by fluorescence-based capillary electrophoresis, vol. 1, pp. 72-78, 2002.
J. A. Arango and L. Van Vleck, D., Size of beef cows: early ideas, new developments, vol. 1. pp. 51-63, 2002.
K. Knisely, A Student Handbook for Writing in Biology, vol. 1. 2002, pp. 177-177.
R. Moratelli, Andrade, Cde Moraes, and de Armada, J. Luís Azev, A technique to obtain fibroblast cells from skin biopsies of living bats (Chiroptera) for cytogenetic studies, vol. 1, pp. 128-130, 2002.
A. Saturnino Teixeira, Jamieson, A., and Raposo, J. Carlos Pau, Transferrin polymorphism in Central Amazon populations of pescada, Plagioscion squamosissimus, vol. 1, pp. 216-226, 2002.
M. H. Corrêa-Marques, De Jong, D., Rosenkranz, P., and Gonçalves, L. S., Varroa-tolerant Italian honey bees introduced from Brazil were not more efficient in defending themselves against the mite Varroa destructor than Carniolan bees in Germany, vol. 1, pp. 153-158, 2002.