Cloning and characterization of dispersed repetitive DNA derived from microdissected sex chromosomes of Rumex acetosa.

@article{Mariotti2006CloningAC,
  title={Cloning and characterization of dispersed repetitive DNA derived from microdissected sex chromosomes of Rumex acetosa.},
  author={B. Mariotti and R. Navajas-P{\'e}rez and R. Lozano and J. Parker and R. De La Herr{\'a}n and C. R. Rej{\'o}n and M. R. Rej{\'o}n and M. Garrido-Ramos and M. Jamilena},
  journal={Genome},
  year={2006},
  volume={49 2},
  pages={
          114-21
        }
}
Rumex acetosa is characterized by a multiple chromosome system (2n = 12 + XX for females, and 2n = 12 + XY1Y2 for males), in which sex is determined by the ratio between the number of X chromosomes and autosome sets. For a better understanding of the molecular structure and evolution of plant sex chromosomes, we have generated a sex chromosome specific library of R. acetosa by microdissection. The screening of this library has allowed us to identify 5 repetitive DNA families that have been… Expand
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