Ranges of nuclear volumes and DNA contents within the major classes of vertebrates

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Organism vertebrates
Reference Conger AD, Clinton JH. Nuclear volumes, DNA contents, and radiosensitivity in whole-body-irradiated amphibians. Radiat Res. 1973 Apr54(1):69-101. p.92 table VIIPubMed ID4633561
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Method All tissues were fixed and processed according to conventional paraffin procedures using Helly's fixative with rigid adherence to the time schedule in an effort to reduce variability in procedure-induced nuclear shrinkage.
Comments See notes beneath table
Entered by Uri M
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