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A Maize Homolog of Mammalian CENPC Is a Constitutive Component of the Inner Kinetochore
Genes for three maize homologs (CenpcA, CenpcB, and CenpcC) of the conserved kinetochore assembly protein known as centromere protein C (CENPC) have been identified. The C-terminal portion of maizeExpand
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Neocentromere-mediated Chromosome Movement in Maize
Neocentromere activity is a classic example of nonkinetochore chromosome movement. In maize, neocentromeres are induced by a gene or genes on Abnormal chromosome 10 (Ab10) which causesExpand
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Independently Regulated Neocentromere Activity of Two Classes of Tandem Repeat Arrays Article, publication date, and citation information can be found at www.plantcell.org/cgi/doi/10.1105/tpc.010373.
Tandem repeat arrays often are found in interstitial (i.e., normally gene-rich) regions on chromosomes. In maize, genes on abnormal chromosome 10 induce the tandem repeats that make up knobs to moveExpand
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The plant kinetochore.
Kinetochores are large protein complexes that bind to centromeres. By interacting with microtubules and their associated motor proteins, kinetochores both generate and regulate chromosome movement.Expand
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Plant neocentromeres: fast, focused, and driven
Plant neocentromeres are large heterochromatic domains that associate with microtubules and move rapidly poleward during meiotic cell division. In maize, neocentromeres are part of a process thatExpand
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The Meiotic Drive System on Maize Abnormal Chromosome 10 Contains Few Essential Genes
In maize, a distal portion of abnormal chromosome 10 (Ab10) causes the meiotic drive of itself as well as many unlinked heterochromatic regions known as knobs. The Ab10 drive system, which encodesExpand
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The Maize Ab10 Meiotic Drive System Maps to Supernumerary Sequences in a Large Complex Haplotype
The meiotic drive system on maize abnormal chromosome 10 (Ab10) is contained within a terminal domain of chromatin that extends the long arm of Ab10 to ∼1.3 times the size of normal chromosome 10L.Expand
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Four loci on abnormal chromosome 10 contribute to meiotic drive in maize.
We provide a genetic analysis of the meiotic drive system on maize abnormal chromosome 10 (Ab10) that causes preferential segregation of specific chromosomal regions to the reproductive megaspore.Expand
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Monoclonal antibodies incorporated into Neotyphodium coenophialum fungal cultures: inhibition of fungal growth and stability of antibodies.
Three monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) produced against proteins from the tall fescue (Festuca arundinacea Schreb.) fungal endophyte Neotyphodium coenophialum hybridize exclusively to a fungal proteinExpand
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Tissue Culture of Secondary Xylem Parenchyma of Four Species of Southern Pines
Callus was grown from increment core explants of longleaf pine ( Pinus palustris Mill.), slash pine ( P. elliottii Engelm.), loblolly pine ( P. taeda L.), and shortleaf pine ( P. echinata Mill.)Expand
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