The origin and evolution of the variability in a Y-specific satellite-DNA of Rumex acetosa and its relatives.

@article{NavajasPrez2006TheOA,
  title={The origin and evolution of the variability in a Y-specific satellite-DNA of Rumex acetosa and its relatives.},
  author={R. Navajas-P{\'e}rez and T. Schwarzacher and R. De La Herr{\'a}n and C. Ruiz Rej{\'o}n and M. Ruiz Rej{\'o}n and M. Garrido-Ramos},
  journal={Gene},
  year={2006},
  volume={368},
  pages={
          61-71
        }
}
In this paper, we analyze a satellite-DNA family, the RAYSI family, which is specific of the Y chromosomes of Rumex acetosa, a dioecious plant species with a multiple sex-chromosome system in which the females are XX and the males are XY(1)Y(2). Here, we demonstrate that this satellite DNA is common to other relatives of R. acetosa, including Rumex papillaris, Rumex intermedius, Rumex thyrsoides and Rumex tuberosus that are also dioecious species with a multiple system of sex chromosomes. This… Expand

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