Greenbaum, Ira individual record
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The research in this laboratory is focused around questions concerning chromosomal rearrangement and it role(s) in vertebrate evolution. Although this usually involves assessments of intraspecific (populational) chromosomal polymorphism, the data are generally applicable to systematic interpretations and considerable attention is paid to the phylogenetic relationships and higher taxonomic patterns of chromosomal evolution. The systematic relationships of the species studied are typically used to establish the experimental design of the hypotheses tested. Our assessments of karyotypic rearrangement and chromosomal homology involve analyses of non-differentially stained and specifically- banded metaphase chromosomes. Although deer mice (Peromyscus) are our primary model, recent projects have also addressed cytogenetic questions in birds and reptiles. The laboratory contains complete facilities for light microscopy and imaging, tissue culturing and allozymic analyses.

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Academic Articles96
  • Greenbaum, I. F., Chirhart, S. E., Walker, M. L., & Honeycutt, R. L. (2017). Molecular phylogenetics of western deer mice (Peromyscus): Taxonomic and biogeographic implications. The Southwestern Naturalist. 62(2), 129-137.
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  • Greenbaum, I. F., Chirhart, S. E., Walker, M. L., & Honeycutt, R. L. (2017). Molecular phylogenetics of western deer mice (Peromyscus): Taxonomic and biogeographic implications. The Southwestern Naturalist. 62(2), 126-134.
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  • Yaacov, B., Elihaoo, E., lazar, I., Ben-Shlomo, M., Greenbaum, I., Panet, A., & Zakay-Rones, Z. (2008). Erratum: Selective oncolytic effect of an attenuated Newcastle disease virus (NDV-HUJ) in lung tumors. Cancer Gene Therapy. 15(12), 832-832.
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  • Yaacov, B., Eliahoo, E., Lazar, I., Ben-Shlomo, M., Greenbaum, I., Panet, A., & Zakay-Rones, Z. (2008). Selective oncolytic effect of an attenuated Newcastle disease virus (NDV-HUJ) in lung tumors.. Cancer Gene Ther. 15(12), 795-807.
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  • Walker, M. L., Chirhart, S. E., Moore, A. F., Honeycutt, R. L., & Greenbaum, I. F. (2006). Genealogical concordance and the specific status of Peromyscus sejugis.. J Hered. 97(4), 340-345.
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Conference Papers5
  • Berend, S. A., Hale, D. W., Engstrom, M. D., & Greenbaum, I. F. (1996). Meiotic analysis of chromosomal rearrangements and their potential role in reproductive isolation in collared lemmings. CYTOGENETICS AND CELL GENETICS. 74(4), 307-307.
  • Weerasinghe, J. K., McAllister, B. F., & Greenbaum, I. F. (1996). Preliminary analysis for the conservation and evolution of aphidicolin-induced fragile sites among three species of Peromyscus. CYTOGENETICS AND CELL GENETICS. 74(4), 306-306.
  • Greenbaum, I. F., & McAllister, B. F. (1996). Variation of aphidicolin-induced chromosomal fragile sites in a population of deer mice. CYTOGENETICS AND CELL GENETICS. 74(4), 306-306.
  • GREENBAUM, I. F., MCALLISTER, B. F., & DAHM, P. F. (1995). HOW COMMON ARE COMMON FRAGILE SITES. CYTOGENETICS AND CELL GENETICS. 69(1-2), 120-120.
chaired theses and dissertations
Email
i-greenbaum@tamu.edu
First Name
Ira
Last Name
Greenbaum
mailing address
Texas A&M University; Biology; 3258 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-3258
USA