RFLP analysis of highly polymorphic loci in barley

@article{Pecchioni1993RFLPAO,
  title={RFLP analysis of highly polymorphic loci in barley},
  author={Nicola Pecchioni and Antonio Michele Stanca and Valeria Terzi and Luigi Cattivelli},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Genetics},
  year={1993},
  volume={85},
  pages={926-930}
}
Barley middle-repeat sequences were screened for their ability to discriminate 51 barley commercial varieties. Two hordein clones, a clone encoding a leaf-specific thionin, a desiccation induced cDNA clone, a clone coding for 5S-rRNA and one corresponding to ubiquitin genes were tested. A very sensitive RFLP technique including four cutter restriction enzymes and denaturing 4% polyacrylamide gels were used to evidence the highest level of polymorphism. The RFLP data were analyzed by computer… CONTINUE READING

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