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Spontaneous haploid-triploid mosaicism in the progeny of a Rana kI. esculenta female and Rana lessonae males

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A female Rana kl. esculenta was crossed with three different R. lessonae males. Three froglets with unexpected phenotypes appeared. Two of them were chimerae with one side of the body of lessonae, and the other of escutenta phenotype, and one displayed lessonae, instead of the expected esculenta, phenotype. Blood of three individuals was composed of small haploid and large triploid erythrocytes. These results indicate that the froglets were 1n/3n mosaics.

Affiliations: 1: Research Center for Agricultural and Forest Environment, Polish Academy of Sciences, Bukowska 19, 60-809 Poznan, Poland; 2: University of Wroclaw, Institute of Zoology, Sienkiewicza 21, 50-335 Wroclaw, Poland


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