Notably, one year after the publication of Carother's 1931 paper, Darlington (1932) correctly interpreted her images of heteromorphic bivalents and established that first division is reductional
with respect to the centromere and the region between it and the first chiasma, while the portion distal to the chiasma undergoes equational segregation (Darlington 1958, Hegreness & Meselson 2007).
With respect to emotion-lexicon isomorphism, the question is rather in the expected degree of isomorphism of alternative reductional
representations of those phenomena, achieved through various methods and data analysis.
and equational separation of the chromosomes in bivalents and multivalents.
44) In 1602 there appeared a Spanish edition, dedicated to the Duke of Lerma, of Jacques (`Diego') Besson's Theatrum instrumentorum et machinarum (Lyon, 1578), which describes a kind of reductional
sandai produced reductional
spermatozoa; the DNA content of sperm was half that of somatic cells.
Meiosis then continues with a normal reductional
division resulting in functional unrecombined and genetically identical R.