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Transferability of wheat microsatellites to diploid Aegilops species and determination of chromosomal localizations of microsatellites in the S genome.
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The results of microsatellite analysis were used to study phylogenetic relationships among the 3 species of the Sitopsis section (Ae. speltoides, Ae. longissima, and Ae. searsii) and T. aestivum and generally reflects the current views on phylogenetic relationship among these species. Expand
Phylogenetic reconstruction of Aegilops section Sitopsis and the evolution of tandem repeats in the diploids and derived wheat polyploids.
The evolution of 2 tandemly repeated sequences Spelt1 and Spelt52 was studied in Triticum species representing 2 evolutionary lineages of wheat and in Aegilops sect. Sitopsis, putative donors ofExpand
Identification of a new family of tandem repeats in Triticeae genomes
A new family of cereal tandem repeats was isolated, characterised and designated as spelt-1. The family of repeats comprises about 2% of the Aegilops speltoides genome; however, its content differsExpand
Molecular Analysis of the Triticale Lines with Different Vrn Gene Systems Using Microsatellite Markers and Hybridization In Situ
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It is suggested that the change of the period between the seedling appearance and earing time in triticale lines compared to the initial wheat lines, resulted from the inhibitory effect of rye genome on wheat vernalization genes. Expand
Evolutionary analysis of the CACTA DNA-transposon Caspar across wheat species using sequence comparison and in situ hybridization
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Caspar-like transposons can significantly contribute to the formation and differentiation of subtelomeric regions in Triticeae species and their role in the formation of functionally important chromosomal subtelomersic regions is focused on. Expand
Identification of a new family of tandem repeats in Triticeae genomes
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This study of spelt-1 organisation in different Triticum species provided further substantiation of the polyphyletic origin of the B genome of polyploid wheat. Expand
Construction and study of leaf rust-resistant common wheat lines with translocations of Aegilops speltoides Tausch. Genetic material
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The locus that determined high resistance to leaf rust and was transferred into the common wheat genome from the long arm of Ae. Expand
Production of wheat-rye substitution lines and identification of chromosome composition of karyotypes using C-banding, GISH, and SSR markers
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Chosome identification and classification of wheat-rye substitution lines will permit them to be models for genetic studies that can be used thereafter as promising “secondary gene pools” for the purpose of plant breeding. Expand
A comparative analysis of the composition and organization of two subtelomeric repeat families in Aegilops speltoidesTausch. and related species
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The structural organization and evolution of two tandemly repeated families, Spelt1 and Spelt52, located in the subtelomeric regions of Aegilops speltoides chromosomes were studied and sequence similarities exceeding 95% were revealed. Expand
Isolation and sequence analysis of the wheat B genome subtelomeric DNA
BackgroundTelomeric and subtelomeric regions are essential for genome stability and regular chromosome replication. In this work, we have characterized the wheat BAC (bacterial artificial chromosome)Expand
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