Localization of Drosophila nasutoides satellite DNAs in metaphase chromosomes

@article{Wheeler1978LocalizationOD,
  title={Localization of Drosophila nasutoides satellite DNAs in metaphase chromosomes},
  author={Linda L. Wheeler and F Arrighi and Marila Cordeiro-Stone and C. S. Lee},
  journal={Chromosoma},
  year={1978},
  volume={70},
  pages={41-50}
}
Metaphase chromosomes of D. nasutoides were hybridized situ with 3H-cRNA synthesized from the four satellites which make up 50–60% of the total DNA of this species. All four satellites were localized in the large, metacentric, heterochromatic chromosome four. They did not, however, appear to hybridize to centromeric or other constitutive heterochromatin, nor did they, with the exception of satellite I, seem to hybridize in the specific regions of chromosome four which, on the basis of C, Q, and… CONTINUE READING

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