Comparison of the X and Y chromosome organization in Silene latifolia.

@article{lvov2005ComparisonOT,
  title={Comparison of the X and Y chromosome organization in Silene latifolia.},
  author={Jitka Žl{\'u}vov{\'a} and Bohuslav Janou{\vs}ek and Ioan Negrutiu and Boris Vyskot},
  journal={Genetics},
  year={2005},
  volume={170 3},
  pages={
          1431-4
        }
}
Here we compare gene orders on the Silene latifolia sex chromosomes. On the basis of the deletion mapping results (11 markers and 23 independent Y chromosome deletion lines used), we conclude that a part of the Y chromosome (covering a region corresponding to at least 23.9 cM on the X chromosome) has been inverted. The gradient in silent-site divergence suggests that this inversion took place after the recombination arrest in this region. Because recombination arrest events followed by Y… CONTINUE READING

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