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GrainGenes Journal Report: Chromosoma

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ReferenceLukaszewski AJ (2008) Unexpected behavior of an inverted rye chromosome arm in wheat. Chromosoma 117:569-578.
ReferenceLiu Z et al. (2008) Structure and dynamics of retrotransposons at wheat centromeres and pericentromeres. Chromosoma 117:445-456.
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ReferenceManzanero S et al. (2002) Characterization of the constriction with neocentric activity of 5RL chromosome in wheat Chromosoma 111:228-235.
ReferenceDhar MK et al. (2002) Origin of an apparent B chromosome by mutation, chromosome fragmentation and specific DNA sequence amplification Chromosoma 111:332-340.
ReferenceJasencakova Z et al. (2001) Chromatin organization and its relation to replication and histone acetylation during the cell cycle in barley Chromosoma 110:83-92.
ReferenceSanchez-Moran E et al. (2001) Analysis of karyotypic stability of homoeologous-pairing (ph) mutants in allopolyploid wheats Chromosoma 110:371-377.
ReferenceZhang P et al. (2001) The centromere structure in Robertsonian wheat-rye translocation chromosomes indicates that centric breakage-fusion can occur at different positions within the primary constriction Chromosoma 110:335-344.
ReferenceLinares C et al. (2001) Isolation and characterization of two novel retrotransposons of the Ty1-copia group in oat genomes Chromosoma 110:115-123.
ReferenceArmstead IP et al. (2001) Genetic and physical analysis of a single Festuca pratensis chromosome segment substitution in Lolium perenne Chromosoma 110:52-57.
ReferenceCheng Z et al. (2001) A tandemly repeated DNA sequence is associated with both knob-like heterochromatin and a highly decondensed structure in the meiotic pachytene chromosomes of rice Chromosoma 110:24-31.
ReferenceQi LL et al. (2000) Recombination in an isochromosome preferentially occurs between cis isochromatids Chromosoma 109:390-396.
ReferenceDvorak J and Lukaszewski AJ (2000) Centromere association is an unlikely mechanism by which the wheat Ph1 locus regulates metaphase I chromosome pairing between homoeologous chromosomes Chromosoma 109:410-414.
ReferenceShi F and Endo TR (2000) Genetic induction of chromosomal rearrangements in barley chromosome 7H added to common wheat Chromosoma 109:358-363.
ReferenceJenkins G et al. (2000) Probing meiosis in hybrids of Lolium (Poaceae) with a discriminatory repetitive genomic sequence Chromosoma 109:280-286.
ReferenceManzanero S et al. (2000) The chromosomal distribution of phosphorylated histone H3 differs between plants and animals at meiosis Chromosoma 109:308-317.
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ReferenceZhou Y et al. (1999) Microdissection and microcloning of rye (Secale cereale L.) chromosome 1R Chromosoma 108:250-255.
ReferenceMikhailova EI et al. (1998) The effect of the wheat Ph1 locus on chromatin organisation and meiotic chromosome pairing analysed by genome painting. Chromosoma 107:339-350.
ReferenceCuadrado A and Schwarzacher T (1998) The chromosomal organization of simple sequence repeats in wheat and rye genomes. Chromosoma 107:587-594.
ReferenceFuchs J et al. (1996) Chromosome 'painting' in plants--a feasible technique Chromosoma 104:315-320.
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ReferenceAlonso Blanco et al. (1994) Physical mapping of 5S rDNA reveals a new locus on 3R and unexpected complexity in a rye translocation used in chromosome mapping Chromosoma 103:331-337.
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ReferenceLehfer H et al. (1993) Localization of the B-hordein locus on barley chromosomes using fluorescence in situ hybridization Chromosoma 102:428-432.
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