Accumulation of Y-specific satellite DNAs during the evolution of Rumex acetosa sex chromosomes

@article{Mariotti2008AccumulationOY,
  title={Accumulation of Y-specific satellite DNAs during the evolution of Rumex acetosa sex chromosomes},
  author={Beatrice Mariotti and Susana Gonz{\'a}lez Manzano and Eduard Kejnovsk{\'y} and Boris Vyskot and Manuel Jamilena},
  journal={Molecular Genetics and Genomics},
  year={2008},
  volume={281},
  pages={249-259}
}
The study of the molecular structure of young heteromorphic sex chromosomes of plants has shed light on the evolutionary forces that control the differentiation of the X and Y during the earlier stages of their evolution. We have used the model plant Rumex acetosa, a dioecious species with multiple sex chromosomes, 2n = 12 + XX female and 2n = 12 + XY1Y2 male, to analyse the significance of repetitive DNA accumulation during the differentiation of the Y. A bulk segregant analysis (BSA) approach… Expand
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