Differences between, and possible origins of, the cytoplasms found in fertile and male-sterile onions (Allium cepa L.)

@article{Holford1991DifferencesBA,
  title={Differences between, and possible origins of, the cytoplasms found in fertile and male-sterile onions (Allium cepa L.)},
  author={Paul Holford and James H. Croft and H. John Newbury},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Genetics},
  year={1991},
  volume={82},
  pages={737-744}
}
The DNA of the organellar genomes of Allium cepa has been examined to detect restriction fragment length polymorphisms. Differences can be shown between both the chloroplastal and mitochondrial genomes of the N and cms-S cytoplasms in their restriction fragment profiles. Southern blot analysis of the mtDNA profiles using probes containing defined mitochondrial genes also detected polymorphisms. No differences can be shown between the organellar genomes of the N and cms-T onions by either of… CONTINUE READING
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