Allopolyploidy-Induced Rapid Genome Evolution in the Wheat (Aegilops–Triticum) Group

@article{Ozkan2001AllopolyploidyInducedRG,
  title={Allopolyploidy-Induced Rapid Genome Evolution in the Wheat (Aegilops–Triticum) Group},
  author={H. Ozkan and A. Levy and M. Feldman},
  journal={The Plant Cell Online},
  year={2001},
  volume={13},
  pages={1735 - 1747}
}
To better understand genetic events that accompany allopolyploid formation, we studied the rate and time of elimination of eight DNA sequences in F1 hybrids and newly formed allopolyploids of Aegilops and Triticum. In total, 35 interspecific and intergeneric F1 hybrids and 22 derived allopolyploids were analyzed and compared with their direct parental plants. The studied sequences exist in all the diploid species of the Triticeae but occur in only one genome, either in one homologous pair… Expand
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