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Chemotaxonomical investigations in the collective genus Lacerta (LACERTIDAE; SAURIA) by means of protein electrophoresis

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10 species (peloponnesiaca, muralis, melisellensis, graeca, oxycephala, horvathi, bedriagae, vivipara, viridis, agilis) of the genus Lacerta were examined by employing protein electrophoretic data for 16 genloci. Gene frequencies are given and genetic distances calculated according to NEI (1971, 1972). These and former attempts to subdivide the genus Lacerta are discussed. The electrophoretic results provide the possibility of a classification of the examined species into groups at the subgenus level corresponding to those valid before BÖHME (1971) and ARNOLD (1973): genus Lacerta subgenus Lacerta s. str. subgenus Podarcis subgenus Archaeolacerta subgenus Zootoca

Affiliations: 1: Medizinisch-chemisches Institut der Universität Wien, Währingerstraße 10, 1090 Wien, Austria; 2: Naturhistorisches Museum in Wien, Burgring 7, 1014 Wien, Austria


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