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Table 2 Derived rearrangements that led to chromosome forms found in the three Pitheciinae taxa, taking into account data from chromosome painting with human whole chromosome probes (HSA) and from G-banding on P. irrorat a (PIR), C. c. rubicundu s (CCR) and C. utahicki (CUT - [19]).

From: Chromosome phylogeny of the subfamily Pitheciinae (Platyrrhini, Primates) by classic cytogenetics and chromosome painting

HSA PIR CCR CUT CHROMOSOME REARRANGEMENTS
10a/16a 6 4 7 Paracentric inversion
7b 11 10 6 Pericentric inversion
11 18 Y 12 Y-autosome translocation
3a/21 19 19 22 Paracentric inversion
5/7a
3b
1
16
2
21
11
18
20
Inversions (pericentric and paracentric); centric fission and tandem fusion
2b/16 4 5 10
17
Pericentric inversion; centric fission
13
22
8 13
20
15
25
Pericentric inversion; centric fission
1b
15b
9 17
18
24
26
centric fission
14/15a
20
3c
13
20
15
1 1
8
Tandem fusion; centric fission; pericentric inversion
1c
12
23
14
6 21
5
Centric fission and fusion; pericentric inversion