Plant highly repeated satellite DNA: Molecular evolution, distribution and use for identification of hybrids

@inproceedings{Hemleben2007PlantHR,
  title={Plant highly repeated satellite DNA: Molecular evolution, distribution and use for identification of hybrids},
  author={Vera Hemleben and Ale{\vs} Kovař{\'i}k and Ram{\'o}n A Torres-Ruiz and Roman A. Volkov and Thengiz Beridze},
  year={2007}
}
Abstract Relationships among genomes are often revealed by the occurrence of common or related satellite DNA (satDNA) types. A typical satDNA characterized by specific sites for one (or more) restriction endonuclease(s) is called ‘restriction satellite DNA’. Restriction satDNA comprises ‐ in addition to transposons and retrotransposable elements ‐ often highly repeated genome components present in most higher plants. Large arrays of satDNA elements are concentrated at subtelo‐meric and/or… CONTINUE READING

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