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Mosaics and other anomalies among ants
William Morton Wheeler
|Other titles||Anomalies among ants.|
|Statement||by William Morton Wheeler ...|
|Contributions||Weber, Neal Albert.|
|LC Classifications||QL568.A13 W5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8 p. l., -95 p.|
|Number of Pages||95|
|LC Control Number||37025735|
In the more common mosaics, different genotypes arise from a single fertilized egg cell, due to mitotic errors at first or later cleavages. Another form of somatic mosaicism is chimerism, where two or more genotypes arise from the fusion of more than one fertilized . Gonadal mosaicism or germline mosaicism is a special form of mosaicism, where some gametes, i.e. either sperm or oocytes, carry a mutation, but the rest are normal.  The cause is usually a mutation that occurred in an early stem cell that gave rise to all or part of the gonadal tissue. This can cause only some children to be affected, even for a dominant disease.
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Distribution based on AntWeb specimens. Check data from AntWeb. Biology. Boulogne et al. () - Acromyrmex octospinosus causes serious damage to fields crops, pastures and plantations due to their foraging activities for its symbiotic fungus cultivation (Pérez et al ). Estimated damage was, for example, several million dollars per year in USA and Brazil (Cameron & Riggs ). Acromyrmex volcanus Wheeler, Synonyms. Acromyrmex octospinosus volcanus Wheeler; In other projects Wikipedia; Print/export Create a book; Download as PDF; Printable version; Tools What links here; Related changes; Upload file; Special pages; Permanent link;.
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MOSAICS & OTHER ANOMALIES AMONG ANTS Hardcover – January 1, by W.M. Wheeler (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: W.M. Wheeler. Mosaics and other Anomalies among Ants. but fifty-three of these are of unusual interest both because they are quite unlike any previously observed among ants or indeed among any other social insects, and because they contain the solutions of the problems of caste determination in ants which have been bothering students of ants for the past.
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Please Previous chapter. Next chapter. APPENDIX B A REVISION OF THE KNOWN NON-MOSAIC FEMALE AND WORKER ANOMALIES OF ANTS.
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(Moellerius) balzani Forel, var., Wheeler, Mosaics and other anomalies among ants, Cambridge, Mass.,p. 8 PL II.
The Venezuelan species of Moellerius is easily distinguish- ed by its flat eyes, those of Acromyrmex being convex. Cyphomyrmex rimosus uses caterpillar or other, insect feces for substrate on which to grow a unique fungus of yeast-li\e cells; brood is \ept separate from the garden and the nest is an irregular cavity ta\en over by the ants.
In other species of this and other genera of small ants a cell, some mm in diameter, is excavated that contains a. In his book, Mosaics and Other Anomalies Among Ants,William M. Wheeler conducted the most comprehensive analysis of gynandromorphs.
He was the ﬁrst to observe the prevalence of mosaicism in ants, particularly within the head (Wheeler, ’03). In describing a colony from the genus Cephalotes,Wheeler (’37; p 34) wrote.
The ants had crater nests in the sand near the nests of Acromyrmex (Moe- llerius) balzani sp. planorum Weber previously described and figured (Wheeler, W. Mosaics and other anomalies among ants.
Harvard Univ. Press, Plate II, left photograph; Weber, N. Rev. de Ent. Taxa originally described in this reference (including combinations) Note: taxa described in nestees of this reference are not included here. Full text of "Notes on the hypogaeic ant, Proceratium silaceum other formats Notes.
on,the Hypogaeic Ant, Proceratium silaceum Roger CLARENCE HAMILTON KENNEDY, Ohio State University, and MARY TALBOT, Lindenwood College, St.
Charles, Missouri To complete the technical description of the species we give first a description of the male, which to date has remained undescribed.
Among social insects, mosaic-like distribution patterns are not exclusive to ants and have been found for termites as well. Ant colonies commonly vigorously defend their nest sites, and aggression against non-nestmates often extends well beyond the nest entrance, sometimes involving territorial exclusion of other ant species.
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Termite mounds (1). The following information is derived from Barry Bolton's New General Catalogue, a catalogue of the world's ants. cubanus. Acromyrmex octospinosus subsp.
cubanus Wheeler, W.M. c: 74 (s.) CUBA. Description References. Bolton, B. A new general catalogue of the ants of the world.
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