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Egg and embryo proteins in European newts (genus Triturus) and their taxonomic potential

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Polyacrylamide disc electrophoresis was carried out on water soluble proteins of eggs and embryos of Triturus alpestris, T. boscai, T. cristatus, T. helveticus, T. marmoratus and T. vulgaris. "Major bands" and "minor bands" were defined and species specific phenotyps are described. The patterns of major bands proved to be rather constant during embryonic development up to approximately stage 30 (stretched tailbud stage). The method as used in this study is considered to be practical and relevant for diagnostic studies on Triturus species.

Affiliations: 1: Institut für Zoologie, Universität Mainz, Saarstrasse 21, D-6500 Mainz, F.R. Germany


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