Novel haplotype description and structural background of the eventual functional significance of the barley β-amylase gene intron III rearrangements

@article{Sjakste2006NovelHD,
  title={Novel haplotype description and structural background of the eventual functional significance of the barley β-amylase gene intron III rearrangements},
  author={Tatiana Sjakste and Aleksandr Zhuk},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Genetics},
  year={2006},
  volume={113},
  pages={1063-1079}
}
To extend the knowledge on the haplotype variability of the Bmy1 gene, region of the intron III was sequenced in a set of 20 Latvian accessions and Danish variety Maja, the data were compared to the previously reported allelic variants of the structural gene. Taking into account the polymorphisms of 59 loci and the microsatellite (MS) motif, 11 Latvian varieties turned out to have haplotype similar to cultivar Adorra, 1 – to Haruna Nijo, and 8 – to the newly described Abava Bmy1 intron III… CONTINUE READING

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