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Spatial distribution of centromeres and telomeres at interphase varies among Brachypodium species
Highlight A 3-D analysis of Brachypodium interphase nuclei reveals varying patterns of centromere and telomere distribution among closely related species and indicates the factors that may influenceExpand
The arrangement of Brachypodium distachyon chromosomes in interphase nuclei
Highlight A comparison between experimentally observed and computationally simulated 3-D nuclei of the model grass Brachypodium distachyon reveals that the homologous chromosome territories associateExpand
Chromosome Territory Modeller and Viewer
The proposed version of ChroTeMo allows for generating a model of chromosome territory distribution in any given plant or animal species after setting the initial, species-specific parameters. Expand
Ribosomal DNA loci derived from Brachypodium stacei are switched off for major parts of the life cycle of Brachypodium hybridum
Analysis of 35S rDNA activity in meiocytes, microspores, and different stages of embryo development in Brachypodium hybridum reveals that Brachypodium stacei-like loci are switched off.
Molecular Cytogenetics in the Genus Brachypodium
Fluorescence in situ hybridisation offers unprecedented insights into the various aspects of nuclear genome organisation at the level of mitotic and meiotic chromosomes and in the interphase nucleus. Expand
The fate of 35S rRNA genes in the allotetraploid grass Brachypodium hybridum
Nucleolar dominance (ND) consists of the reversible silencing of 35S/45S rDNA loci inherited from one of the ancestors of an allopolyploid, and is stabilized towards the D‐genome units, irrespective of the polyphyletic origin of the species. Expand