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Karyotype differentiation of four Cestrum species (Solanaceae) revealed by fluorescent chromosome banding and FISH
The karyotypes of four South American species of Cestrum (C. capsulare,C. corymbosum,C. laevigatum and C. megalophylum) were studied using conventional staining, C-CMA/DAPI chromosome banding andExpand
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An uncommon H3/Ser10 phosphorylation pattern in Cestrum strigilatum (Solanaceae), a species with B chromosomes.
Cestrum strigilatum (Solanaceae) is a South American shrub with B chromosomes. Bs show a univalent behavior when a single B is present, have non-Mendelian segregation, and are poor in genes and richExpand
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Occurrence and chromosome distribution of retroelements and NUPT sequences in Copaifera langsdorffii Desf. (Caesalpinioideae)
Copaifera langsdorffii possesses 2n = 24 large meta- and submetacentric chromosomes (5.97–2.60 μm) in comparison with other Caesalpinioideae trees. Chromosome banding revealed an abundance of GC-richExpand
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Transcriptome analysis in Coffeaeugenioides, an Arabica coffee ancestor, reveals differentially expressed genes in leaves and fruits
Studies in diploid parental species of polyploid plants are important to understand their contributions to the formation of plant and species evolution. Coffeaeugenioides is a diploid species that isExpand
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Structure and Distribution of Centromeric Retrotransposons at Diploid and Allotetraploid Coffea Centromeric and Pericentromeric Regions
Centromeric regions of plants are generally composed of large array of satellites from a specific lineage of Gypsy LTR-retrotransposons, called Centromeric Retrotransposons. Repeated sequencesExpand
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The chloroplast genome sequence from Eugenia uniflora, a Myrtaceae from Neotropics
Eugenia uniflora is a plant native to tropical America that holds great ecological and economic importance. The complete chloroplast (cp) genome sequence of Eugenia uniflora, a member of theExpand
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FISH using a gag-like fragment probe reveals a common Ty3-gypsy-like retrotransposon in genome of Coffea species.
The genus Coffea possesses about 100 species, and the most economically important are Coffea canephora and Coffea arabica. The latter is predominantly self-compatible with 2n = 4x = 44, while theExpand
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Complete sequence and comparative analysis of the chloroplast genome of Plinia trunciflora
Abstract Plinia trunciflora is a Brazilian native fruit tree from the Myrtaceae family, also known as jaboticaba. This species has great potential by its fruit production. Due to the high content ofExpand
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Chromosome banding patterns and localization of 5S and 45S rDNA sites in three shrub-tree species of Erythrina L. (Leguminosae: Papilionoideae) from Brazil
Erythrina consists of 112 leguminous trees and shrubs, distributed throughout the tropical regions. Species of Erythrina are of great biological interest because they are pollinated by hummingbirds,Expand
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Retrotransposons centroméricos (CRs) nos genomas de C. arabica e seus parentais
LTR-retrotransposons (LTR-RTs) sao abundantes nos genomas das plantas, sendo Gypsy e Copia os mais representativos. A regiao centromerica acumula diferentes arranjos de sequencias repetitivas, comoExpand