Jan Zima, Prof.

Institute of Vertebrate Biology Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic 
cytogenetics, biodiversity
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Arslan A, Zima J. (2015) Heterochromatin distribution and localization of nucleolar organizing regions in the 2n = 52 cytotypes of nannospalax xanthodon and n. Ehrenbergi from Turkey Zoological Studies. 54
Zemanová B, Hájková P, Hájek B, et al. (2015) Extremely low genetic variation in endangered Tatra chamois and evidence for hybridization with an introduced Alpine population Conservation Genetics. 16: 729-741
Gouveia A, Bejček V, Flousek J, et al. (2015) Long-term pattern of population dynamics in the field vole from central Europe: cyclic pattern with amplitude dampening Population Ecology. 57: 581-589
Arslan A, Arsoy A, Zima J. (2014) Comparison of the chromosome banding pattern in the 2n=56 cytotypes of Nannospalax leucodon and N. Xanthodon from Turkey The Scientific World Journal. 2014
Arslan A, Zima J. (2014) Karyotypes of the mammals of Turkey and neighbouring regions: A review Folia Zoologica. 63: 1-62
Arslan A, Zima J. (2014) The C-banding and Ag-NOR distribution patterns in the fallow deer Dama dama (Mammalia: Cervidae) from Turkey Cytologia. 79: 181-185
Arslan A, Zima J, Yorulmaz T, et al. (2014) A new cytotype (2n=46) of Nannospalax xanthodon from Turkey Zoology in the Middle East. 60: 283-287
Arslan A, Zima J. (2014) Chromosome banding pattern retrieves an independent origin of 2n =50 chromosome populations of Nannospalax xanthodon from Turkey Mammalian Biology
Arslan A, Zima J, Yorulmaz T, et al. (2013) Chromosome banding pattern in fat dormouse and bank vole (Mammalia: Rodentia) from Turkey Folia Biologica (Poland). 61: 47-51
Sadílek D, Štáhlavsk? F, Vilímová J, et al. (2013) Extensive fragmentation of the X chromosome in the bed bug Cimex lectularius Linnaeus, 1758 (Heteroptera, Cimicidae): A survey across Europe Comparative Cytogenetics. 7: 253-269
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