Without knowing the syllabus for judo or jujutsu it is a little hard to be definitive but yonkyo and gokyo are a little different to normally seen locks and holds. In terms of take downs, I doubt you would see much of kokyu nage in judo or jujutsu. :asian:
If you mean Juijitsu and not jujutsu, there are probably a lot of things in aikido not found but like K-man said without knowing the specific syllabus it would be hard to pinpoint which would not be present. I bet unless you are looking at a jujutsu system associated or derived from Daito ryu, you likely won's see techniques like:
-Kokyu nage (as K-man said)
-Gokyo and yonkyo (again like K-man said)
So there are 3 in addition to what K-man gave you. There are a lot of techniques employed by aikido not seen elsewhere mostly because aikidoka focus on a different skill than other jujutsu systems commonly employ.
This shows techniques from aikido and how they relate to daito ryu.
A major difference is daito ryu puts pressure differently then aikido.
I guess aikido hanmi is unique but maybe another jujutsu school has it. As far as I know
Daito ryu does not use hanmi. Can I ask the op
Why do you need to know this? I think just learning your
Kyu requirements is enough.