H. K. Chaudhary

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The fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH) technique has been applied to somatic chromosomes in the medicinally important species, Bunium persicum, to elucidate its karyotypes. The bicolour FISH technique involving 18S-5.8S-26S and 5S ribosomal RNA genes as probes was used to assign physical localization and measurement of rDNA sites on homologous pairs(More)
Ninety two derivatives derived from rye-wheat crosses were analyzed for their rye chromosome/chromatin constitution using molecular cytogenetic tools FISH and GISH, to detect targeted rye chromatin introgression with minimum linkage drag. Of the 92 recombinants lines analyzed, 17 exhibited one pair of rye chromosome substituting different chromosomes of A,(More)
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