Structural organization and differential expression of rice α-amylase genes

@inproceedings{Huang1990StructuralOA,
  title={Structural organization and differential expression of rice α-amylase genes},
  author={Ning Fang Huang and Nozomu Koizumi and Stephen J. Reinl and Raymond L. Rodriguez},
  year={1990}
}
Abstract Rice alpha-amylases are encoded by a multigene family that has previously been classified into 5 hybridization groups. DNA sequence and Southern blot analysis identified three genes (RAmy1A, RAmy1B and RAmy1C) in Group 1 with DNA sequence identity of at least 90%. Hybridization Group 2 is represented by only one gene, RAmy3D, which is identical to a previously characterized cDNA, pOS137. RAmy3D is physically linked to the sole representative of Group 5, RAmy3E. The identity between… CONTINUE READING

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