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The physical location of fourteen RFLP markers in rice (Oryza sativa L.)
A biotin-labeled in situ hybridization technique was used in order to physically map RFLP markers to the chromosomes of rice, demonstrating that considerable variation can, and does, exist between genetic and physical maps. Expand
The physical location of genes cdc2 and prh1 in maize (Zea mays L.).
A biotin-labelling in situ hybridization technique was first used to physically map two single copy genes, cdc2 and prh1, in maize. These two genes are metabolically interrelated genes. The… Expand
Physical mapping of the 5S rDNA gene complex in rice (Oryza sativa).
The results established that the 5S rDNA gene complex of rice is located at the end of the short arm of chromosome 9 in rice cultivar IR36. Expand
CPD staining: an effective technique for detection of NORs and other GC-rich chromosomal regions in plants
This investigation elucidated the banding mechanisms of CPD and demonstrated that the CPD staining technique, which may be preferable to CMA staining, is an effective tool for detecting NORs and other GC-rich chromosomal regions in plants. Expand
Physical mapping of the 5S and 45S rDNA in teosintes.
The physical locations of the 5S and 45S rDNA sequences were examined in three types of teosinte and provided additional evidence for Zea mays ssp. Expand
[Detection and analysis of alien genes in transgenic rice by fluorescence in situ hybridization].
- W. Jin, X. Li, Z. Li, S. Ning, D. Ling, Y. C. Song
- Biology, Medicine
- Shi yan sheng wu xue bao
- 1 September 2001
It was found that the barnase tended to show a higher level expression in the lines whose integration sites near the distal regions of chromosomes, while the expression level became lower in the Lines whose integration Sites near the centromeres, suggesting a possible relationship between chromosomal location of transgenes and the expression levels. Expand
[Physical mapping of the genes px and cld coding peroxidase and cold-regulated protein in maize (Zea mays L.)].
Using a biotin-labelled in situ hybridization (ISH) technique, the genes px and cld coding peroxidase and cold-regulated protein respectively onto maize chromosomes are physically mapped and show that both of these genes have duplicated sites in maize genome. Expand
Maize Gene Mapping Report. Maize nac1 and cld Genes Map to Chromosome Arms 10L and 2S, and to 4L and 5L, Respectively
Maize inbred line Huang Zao 4 was donated by Professor Song JianCheng, Shandong Agricultural University, China and cDNA probes tested confirmed the positions of nac1 and cld on linkage groups 10 and 4 on the genetic map, and duplicated sequences homologous to these two genes were also found on 2S and 5L. Expand