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High-resolution genetic mapping of Xa27(t), a new bacterial blight resistance gene in rice, Oryza sativa L.
  • K. Gu, D. Tian, +5 authors Z. Yin
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Theoretical and Applied Genetics
  • 1 March 2004
The fine genetic mapping of the R locus, tentatively designated as Xa27(t), conferred a high level of resistance to 27 strains and moderate resistance to three strains, and showed semi-dominant or a dosage effect in the cv. Expand
A complete comparative chromosome map for the dog, red fox, and human and its integration with canine genetic maps.
The dog-fox map and DAPI banding comparison demonstrate that the remarkable karyotype differences between fox and dog are due to 26 chromosomal fusion events and 4 fission events and are proposed that the more easily karyotyped fox chromosomes can be used as a common reference and control system for future gene mapping in the DogMap project and CGH analysis of canine tumor DNA. Expand
Reciprocal chromosome painting among human, aardvark, and elephant (superorder Afrotheria) reveals the likely eutherian ancestral karyotype
The comparative chromosome maps presented between human and these Afrotherian species provide further insight into mammalian genome organization and comparative genomic data for theAfrotheria, one of the four major evolutionary clades postulated for the Eutheria. Expand
Comparative Chromosome Map of the Laboratory Mouse and Chinese Hamster Defined by Reciprocal Chromosome Painting
Cross-species reciprocal chromosome painting was used to determine homologous chromosomal regions between the laboratory mouse and Chinese hamster to form the basis for exchanging gene mapping information between the species and for studying genome evolution. Expand
A comparative study of karyotypes of muntjacs by chromosome painting
The interspecific chromosomal homology was demonstrated by the use of both enhanced DAPI banding and comparative chromosome painting, providing direct molecular cytogenetic evidence for the tandem fusion theory of the chromosome evolution of muntjac species. Expand
Chromosome painting in the long-tailed field mouse provides insights into the ancestral murid karyotype
The ancestral karyotype presented here should be considered as a working hypothesis and it would be desirable to have a richer phylogenetic array of species before any final conclusions are drawn about the Muridae ancestral kARYotype. Expand
Complete homology maps of the rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) and human by reciprocal chromosome painting
Many conserved chromosome segments found previously in other mammals (e.g. cat, pig, cattle, Indian muntjac) were also found to be conserved in rabbit chromosomes. Expand
Karyotypic relationships of horses and zebras: results of cross-species chromosome painting
The comparative maps of equids allow for the unequivocal characterization of chromosomal rearrangements that differentiate the karyotypes of these equid species. Expand
Cross-species chromosome painting in the golden mole and elephant-shrew: support for the mammalian clades Afrotheria and Afroinsectiphillia but not Afroinsectivora
A cladistic interpretation of the data provides evidence of two unique associations, HSA 1/19p and 5/21/3, that support Afrotheria and one adjacent segment combination (HSA2/8p/4) that is supportive of Afroinsectiphillia. Expand
Chromosomal evolution of the Chinese muntjac (Muntiacus reevesi)
Both the reciprocal painting patterns and localisation of the C5 probe demonstrate that M. reevesi chromosomes 1–5 and 11 could have evolved from 18 different ancestral chromosomes through 12 tandem fusions, thus providing direct molecular cytogenetic support for the tandem fusion hypothesis of karyotype evolution in M.Reesi. Expand