Species of small DNA molecules found in mitochondria from sugarbeet with normal and male sterile cytoplasms View Full Text


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1981-09

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Andrew Powling

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Mitochondrial DNA and RNA were isolated from a range of normal and cytoplasmically male sterile sugarbeet varieties and breeding lines. When these nucleic acids were analysed by electrophoresis on agarose gels it was found that mitochondria from normal sugarbeet contain DNA species of sizes 1.3 kilobase pairs (kbp), 1.4 kbp and one of two other species of sizes 1.45 kbp and 1.5 kbp, in addition to their DNA of relatively much higher molecular weight. In contrast mitochondria from cytoplasmically male sterile sugarbeet contained only one of these DNA species, that of 1.5 kbp. Treatment with DNaseI, RNase and nuclease S1 showed that these species consisted of supercoiled circular DNA. It is not known whether the lack of the two smaller DNA species causes cytoplasmic male sterility, or whether the two traits are associated by chance. In addition it was found that mitochondria from some individual sugarbeets contained one or more types of high molecular weight RNA molecules which were probably double stranded. Also mitochondria from some sugarbeet lines and varieties contained a series of DNA molecules with molecular weights in the range 2 to 10 kbp. Neither these DNA molecules nor the RNA molecules were apparently correlated with cytoplasmic male sterility. More... »

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82-84

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Molecular Genetics and Genomics

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1

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183

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