Evolutionary conservation and molecular characteristics of repetitive sequences of Drosophila koepferae

@article{Marn1996EvolutionaryCA,
  title={Evolutionary conservation and molecular characteristics of repetitive sequences of Drosophila koepferae},
  author={Ignacio Mar{\'i}n and Antonio Llinares Fontdevila},
  journal={Heredity},
  year={1996},
  volume={76},
  pages={355-366}
}
Thirteen middle repetitive DNA clones obtained from the genome of Drosophila koepferae have been tested for their evolutionary conservation in the other seven species of the buzzatii and martensis clusters (repleta group). All but two of these clones exhibit qualitatively similar patterns of hybridization in the eight species. The average interspecific hybridization signal is 85 per cent of that found intraspecifically, ranging from 73 to 93 per cent. Partial sequencing of six of these clones… CONTINUE READING
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