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Albumin Evolution and its Phylogenetic and Taxonomic Implications in several Lacertid Lizards

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Albumins from several species assigned to Lacerta s. 1. and Gallotia were investigated by means of the Micro-Complement fixation technique. The phylogenetic trees evaluated according to Fitch & Margoliash (1967) and Beverley & Wilson (1982) led us to infer a division, which is in accordance with protein electrophoretic results (Mayer & Tiedemann, 1982) as well as with the subgeneric division used before the studies of Böhme (1971) and Arnold (1973).

Affiliations: 1: Institut für Medizinische Chemie, Währingerstrasse 10, 1090 Vienna, Austria


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