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A female norway rat, Rattus norvegicus, with x0 sex chromosome constitution

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This work was supported by University of Malaya research grant. We thank the Butterworth Rodent Control Team, K. H. Chong and Che Rohani Che Wil for their assistance.

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Yong, H.S., Dhaliwal, S.S. & Teh, K.L. A female norway rat, Rattus norvegicus, with x0 sex chromosome constitution. Naturwissenschaften 76, 387–388 (1989).

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  • Rattus Norvegicus
  • Chromosome Constitution